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'Everything went to hell': stadium workers on the US sports shutdown Tell us about your job… Mike Dougherty (St Paul, Minnesota): “I have been a food and beverage vendor since 1989 when I started at the Hubert Humphrey Metrodome in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Coincidentally the first day I vended was the same day as my first day of classes at law school. What started out as a job to do as a fun distraction, and a little extra money, from the rigors of law school ended up being a lifelong career in and of itself.” Randi Trent (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania): “I’m a server at the Wells Fargo Center, home of the Philadelphia 76ers.

Trump says he'll ask Harvard to return coronavirus relief money Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here. President Trump accused Harvard University of "taking" money from the federal government as part of the Paycheck Protection Program under the CARES Act, intended to benefit small businesses and said he will be asking that they pay it back.

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'We're winging this.' Coronavirus protests tout independence as national groups eye election Multiple states across the country have seen protests as stay-at-home orders meant to curb the spread of the coronavirus continue. Wochit Madison Elmer got the offer shortly after she and some friends started organizing a protest to oppose Wisconsin's coronavirus stay-at-home order: An outside group wanted to chip in some money to help pay for the rally she plans this week. Concerned about the strings that could be attached, Elmer turned it down. "We felt like it had a political agenda behind it,” said the Wisconsin native, who declined to name the group. “We didn’t want to be pawns in somebody’s else’s game.”

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Johanna Konta dwelling on uncertain future with Olympics delay Tennis, already frozen in the sunshine, took another hit on Tuesday – along with the rest of sport – when the Tokyo Olympics were postponed, and Johanna Konta is feeling the chill more than some. The British No 1 is no more than “hopeful” about Wimbledon, which is due to start on 29 June, shortly before the now delayed Olympics. Konta, still working through rehab on a knee injury that has slowed her progress for more than a year, said: “Even just a few weeks ago, who knew we would be in this situation, constantly changing – and changing rapidly? After a coronavirus surge, New York City's hospitals holding their own – and hope they 'have hit a plateau' Social distancing matters. Here is how to do it and how it can help curb the COVID-19 pandemic. USA TODAY NEW YORK – Area hospitals are still consumed by efforts to treat and slow the coronavirus, but after weeks of grappling with a surge of patients – one that forced health officials to get creative by opening field facilities – the city hopes it has turned a corner.