0:08 – How COVID-19 has broken out in Bay Area nursing homes Annie Sciacca (@AnnieSciacca) is a reporter with the Bay Area News Group. 0:21 – Adante Pointer is an attorney with John Burris Law, preparing a lawsuit over the death of an 87-year-old man at Gateway Care and Rehabilitation Center in Hayward.  0:34 – Q&A: … Continued

In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, there’s a lot of grief to go around. In addition to COVID-related loses, people continue to die of more typical illnesses like cancer, heart disease, and numerous other age-related causes. Unfortunately, our normal ways of mourning have changed along with the rest of how we live our lives. … Continued

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Alemany Farm remains open for folks to visit while observing social and physical distancing guidelines to help control the spread of COVID-19. Nearby friends and neighbors are welcome to come by to catch a break and a breath of fresh air, to pick some fresh produce, and to get a sweet taste of spring. Alemany Farm...

How did the United States — the richest country in the world — become the worldwide epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak, with one person dying of COVID-19 every 47 seconds? We spend the hour with Noam Chomsky, the world-renowned political dissident, linguist and author, discussing this unprecedented moment in history, and its political implications, as Senator … Continued

Comprehensive coverage of the day’s news with a focus on war and peace; social, environmental and economic justice. Democrats and republicans spar over next coronavirus relief bill. New York’s COVID-19 death toll peaks for third consecutive day. California Governor defends sending PPE-personal protective equipment out of state. Lawmakers discuss vote by mail legislation during coronavirus … Continued