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    Leave Us a Loan: Churches and Businesses Move toward Relief
    April 03, 2020

    Hospitals aren't the only places bursting with people today. As of this morning, the second longest lines were probably at U.S. banks. Thanks to the Payroll Protection Program, business was anything but slow for tellers across the country who were trying to keep up with the flood of employers cashing in on the first day. But there was at least one group who didn't mind the crowds: faith leaders ... (more)

    When the Healers Become the Patients...
    April 03, 2020

    Louisiana's been hit especially hard by the virus, but there's one kind of loss that pains everyone: a nurse. In New Orleans East Hospital, everyone's worst nightmare came true on Tuesday when Larrice Anderson became a victim of the infection she'd been fighting. The mom of two had been working in the ICU, caring for the sickest patients. But being on the front lines of the outbreak requires ... (more)

    Schooling at Home: Educational Resources for Parents
    April 03, 2020

    With much of the nation under "shelter in place" or "stay at home" advisories, most school buildings have closed, some for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year. There is a wide disparity among school districts in terms of how individual schools will help parents facilitate learning. American parents find themselves in an unprecedented situation: working from home (if they are so fortunate) ... (more)

    What Does the Virus Mean for Your Bank Account?
    April 03, 2020

    How can you make financial decisions when everything's so uncertain? Are there things you can do that will protect you moving forward? Take a few minutes to listen to the advice from Dan Celia, president of Financial Issues Stewardship Management, from Thursday's "Washington Watch." ... (more)

    Outbreak: In the Early Warning Hours
    April 02, 2020

    Senator Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) doesn't have a medical degree. But what he has, he jokes, are two eyes. And while the rest of the city was too spun up over impeachment to see straight, his sights were 7,500 miles away -- on a doomsday he worried was coming. Donald Trump, he tried to tell Congress, isn't the threat. China is. ... (more)

    From Sandwiches to Field Hospitals: Meeting the Need
    April 02, 2020

    The white tents are all huddled together on the green lawn, a familiar cross logo on their sides. To the people in nearby skyscrapers, looking down at Central Park, the field hospital is another sign of how dramatically things have changed. The place where kids were happily kicking balls and walking dogs a month ago is gone -- replaced, like so much of New York City, with triage units. ... (more)

    What to Expect When You Can't Expect Anything...
    April 02, 2020

    Why is the virus so impossible to predict? According to Dr. Marc Lipstich, it's always changing -- and scientists have no choice but to change along with it. Hear what this Harvard epidemiologist has to say about the "second wave" and how seriously we should take the projections. ... (more)

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