China and South Korea reported 500 new coronavirus cases on Wednesday, including the first U.S. soldier to be infected, as the United States warned of an inevitable pandemic and an outbreak in northern Italy spread to several European countries.
In the news industry, mistakes aren't taken lightly as viewers trust journalists to relay the day's news accurately. But for Justin Hinton, a reporter with CNN affiliate WLOS, his latest blooper had even his bosses laughing.
San Fransisco Tuesday declared a “state of emergency” over the coronavirus — despite not having any confirmed cases in the city. Mayor London Breed said the declaration would help the city speed up emergency planning should the virus touch down in the bay area. “Although there are still zero confirmed cases in San Francisco residents,...
Kenny Atkinson doesn’t want to hear that the Nets should be looking to avoid playing top-seeded Milwaukee in the first round of the playoffs. Especially without a postseason berth even being sealed, but also because defending NBA champion Toronto still owns the second-best record in the conference despite the offseason defection of star Kawhi Leonard....
With the Tokyo 2020 Olympics fast approaching, the number of foreign visitors coming to Japan is expected to soar. Engrish/Japanglish is still a fact of life though, leaving plenty of room for meanings and moods to be lost in translation.
A second European hotel was in lockdown on Wednesday as authorities around the world battled to prevent the spread of coronavirus, although a senior U.S. health official said a pandemic was inevitable and urged Americans to prepare.
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