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Courtesy of Dennis Johnson

As he was defending his dissertation, Dennis Johnson's Zoom video conference was interrupted by an unknown intruder. Johnson hopes his bad experience will bring better protections to the platform.

Courtesy of Dennis Johnson

An unknown intruder interrupted Dennis Johnson's Zoom video conference. Johnson hopes his bad experience will bring better protections to the platform.

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Reid Frazier/The Allegheny Front

Coal use has plummeted in part because it's more expensive than natural gas or renewable energy. Mines are shutting down, and some power plants may run out of places to stockpile coal.

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Courtesy of David Roode

David Roode's musical career went abruptly on hold when stay-at-home orders took effect. He predicts that when the crisis passes, people will want to enjoy the experience of attending concerts again.

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Clare Schneider / NPR

Coronavirus got you nervous about grocery shopping? We talked to scientists for their advice about how to stay safe at the store — and when handling food back home.

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Collin Binkley/AP

President Trump and others criticized "elite, wealthy institutions" for money allocated to them by a federal package.

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Atta Kenare/AFP via Getty Images

Iranian officials say new coronavirus case numbers and deaths are lower than before, but they urge for an end to sanctions under these hard circumstances.

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Courtesy of Beverly Pickering

Most of Beverly Pickering's dog walking and pet sitting business relies on people traveling. People aren't doing that much these days.

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Courtesy of Angelita Wynn

Angelita Wynn was driving kids back home on her afternoon run one day in March when she got word she was losing her job. With her savings dwindling, "it has led to sleepless nights and anxious days."

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