International: 30 bestselling books for the week of April 25

Article contentThe Book of Longings: A Novel, by Sue Monk Kidd.NEW RELEASEWe apologize, but this video has failed to load.International: 30 bestselling books for the week of April 25 Back to video1. The Book of Longings:A Novel, by Sue Monk Kidd.2. If It Bleeds, by Stephen King.3. What It’s Like to Be a Bird,by David Allen Sibley.4. You Are an Artist: Assignments to Spark Creation,by Sarah...

Sainsbury’s predicts loss of more than £500m profits this year

Sainsbury's predicts loss of more than £500m profits this year as it reports 2% drop in quarterly profits of £586mBy Martin Robinson, Chief Reporter For Mailonline Published: 02:28 EDT, 30 April 2020 | Updated: 02:51 EDT, 30 April 2020 Sainsbury’s today warned the coronavirus crisis will cost them £500million over the coming year as their profits also dropped.The supermarket has this...

Pompeo pushes China to provide access to Wuhan labs over coronavirus outbreak

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Wednesday again pushed China to provide the world access to its virology labs in Wuhan, saying the world needed to understand how the COVID-19 pandemic originated and Beijing had an obligation to be transparent, Trend reports citing Reuters. Ties between the United States and China have significantly deteriorated since the eruption of the coronavirus...

US tops 1 million cases as death toll passes Vietnam War milestone

A US destroyer hit by dozens of coronavirus cases sailed into San Diego on Tuesday for cleaning, making it the second Navy warship temporarily put out of action by the pandemic. With 63 per cent of the 300-strong crew tested, 64 sailors aboard the USS Kidd were found positive for Covid-19, the Navy said. Two were medically evacuated to the US mainland last week, and 15 others were transferred...

Tyson meat shortage; Texas reopening; Blue Angels

CLOSE These individuals, from six to 95-year-old, fought the coronavirus and won. USA TODAYThe U.S. reached yet another grim milestone Tuesday afternoon as confirmed coronavirus cases topped 1 million, with more troubling news potentially ahead. As states have outlined their plans to gradually reopen, a model has increased its projected number of deaths from the first wave of the virus.Dr. Chris...

BBC Weather: Lockdown misery begins as rain band to unleash heavy showers across UK | Weather | News

BBC Weather forecaster Matt Taylor warned Britons sunshine and balmy temperatures will soon be forgotten as a series of weather fronts hit the UK over the coming days. Mr Taylor said a first wave of heavy rain will be moving in on Tuesday from the continent, thrashing most of Wales and England with persistent outbursts of rain. The BBC Weather meteorologist said: "There’s cloud coming up from...

Jared Kushner claims Trump border policies ‘vindicated’ by pandemic amid reports president’s son-in-law removed from coronavirus operations

The president's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, has claimed the coronavirus pandemic “vindicated” Donald Trump‘s border policies from when he first ran for election. The senior adviser, who is also a member of the White House coronavirus task force, told Fox News’ The Next Revolution that political opponents would have a difficult time now attacking the president’s perspective on border...

The Time a New York Governor Disobeyed the Federal Government

Of course, selective enforcement of the Constitution was not exactly new in the 1920s. The 11 states in the old Confederacy had essentially voided the 14th and 15th amendments through Jim Crow laws and state-sanctioned terrorism by white supremacists. The 14th Amendment’s right to equal protection under the law and the 15th Amendment’s abolition of whites-only voting laws were little more...

N.Y., U.K. Deaths at Lowest Level Since Late March: Virus Update

(Bloomberg) --Coronavirus deaths slowed the most in more than a month in Spain, Italy and France while fatalities reported in the U.K. and New York were the lowest since the end of March.European governments stepped up planning for the next phase of the fight. France will ease limits on May 11. In Spain, outdoor exercise is approved after May 2.Maryland and Michigan emergency services were...

Many operating rooms are empty as patients wait in pain after surgeries cancelled

TORONTO -- As some hospital operating rooms sit empty in anticipation of more COVID-19 patients, Canadians with postponed elective surgeries are forced to wait in pain. Robin McGee of Port Williams, N.S., developed cataracts on both her eyes due to cancer treatment. The condition is reversible with surgery and she had scheduled an operation on March 25, but it was postponed indefinitely due to...