Tuesday, March 10, 2020

Page 1 Roundup (03/10)

The Daily News: New York producing its own hand sanitizer; citywide coronavirus quarantine a ‘possibility’ as cases climb, de Blasio says

Italy puts entire country on coronavirus lockdown

Massachusetts college professor charged with raping student he met on 'sugar daddy' site

KIT212: Liam Hemsworth's body looks like it's moved on from divorce

TwitterFormer Blue Jay Kevin Pillar offering physical training programs

Towleroad: Montana Gov. Steve Bullock announces run for U.S. Senate, giving Dems hope to flip seat

Pete and Chasten Buttigieg get standing ovation at Broadway’s ‘The Inheritance’

Second person ever to be cured of HIV unmasks himself

BosGuyOnly click if you're into former Scottish rugby players in kilts

Dlisted: Daniel Craig brought his nipples out for GQ

The Randy ReportRugby’s Joe Marler faces punishment for grabbing player’s junk

HuffPost: Former U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara calls Trump ‘greatest hoax,’ lists what’s wrong with him

Metro: Refugees stripped to their underwear as they’re forced back into Turkey

Boy Culture: A nekkid Brian Bosworth fleshback

C+C: Only Jodie Dallas on 'Soap' would survive life in hellish Iran

New York Post: Dow loses over 2,000 points, worst single-day drop ever, as oil prices crash

Associated Press: Official: White House didn’t want to tell seniors not to fly

The Verge: Twitter puts ‘manipulated’ tag on faked Biden video retweeted by Trump, who knows he can't win without cheating

The Washington Post: Biden, Sanders continue campaigning amid coronavirus concerns

Cruise industry, an economic engine in Florida, could be hit hard by coronavirus advisories

Max von Sydow, brooding star of Ingmar Bergman’s torment-ridden dramas and 'Hannah and Her Sisters' scene-stealer, dies at 90

OpinionTrump is endangering lives with his contempt for truth

The New York Times: Economy faces ‘tornado-like headwind’ as financial markets spiral

Two congressmen who spent time with Trump -- including the incoming chief of staff -- are now in self-quarantine

Coming home to a Michigan county where life has shifted

Pelosi, seeking to insulate House majority, presses plan to lower health costs

The Wall Street Journal: Where to get your MBA and your Mrs.

Led Zeppelin didn't steal the opening bars of 'Stairway to Heaven,' a federal appeals court ruled in a decision that music executives hope will slow claims that some of the most popular songs are rip-offs

Hot Cat of the Day: Can't wait to see him change the cooler!

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