Delta warns second-quarter revenue to fall $10 billion because of coronavirus

Delta’s first Airbus A350 in Atlanta.Leslie Josephs | CNBCDelta Air Lines’ CEO Ed Bastian warned Friday that the airline’s second-quarter revenue will be down 80% — or $10 billion — from the same quarter a year ago because of coronavirus, the latest grim message from airline executives who are anxiously awaiting government aid.Executives say demand has collapsed because…

White Bluff mayor tests positive for COVID-19

Chris Gadd, Nashville Tennessean Published 11:53 a.m. CT March 20, 2020 | Updated 4:41 p.m. CT March 20, 2020The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) is a pandemic. Reported illnesses range from very mild to severe, including death. Agencies anticipate widespread transmission will occur in the U.S. in coming months and recommend social distancing among other measures to…

Cowboys Won’t Sign Everson Griffen, Jadeveon Clowney

March 20th, 2020 at 2:58pm CST by Zach Links The Cowboys are in need of help on the edge after losing Robert Quinn in free agency. However, they’re unlikely to pursue two of the biggest names left: Everson Griffen and Jadeveon Clowney, according to Ed Werder of ESPN.com and Clarence Hill Jr. of the Star…

XFL officially cancels season due to coronavirus

March 20, 2020 | 4:34pm The XFL has scrapped the rest of its revival season due to the coronavirus pandemic. “The COVID-19 pandemic, and the most recent local and state regulations, have left the XFL no choice but to officially cancel the remainder of the 2020 season,” the league said in a statement. “This decision…

11 more cases of COVID-19 confirmed in NH

First cases diagnosed in Coos, Cheshire counties 11 more cases of COVID-19 confirmed in NH First cases diagnosed in Coos, Cheshire counties Hide Transcript Show Transcript IS CLOSING, DESPITE THE GOVERNOR’S APPEAL TO STAY OPEN. DAWN: THERE IS NO SOCIAL DISTANCING IN DAY CARES WITH INFANTS AND TODDLERS. MIKE: ANY STORM MOVES OUT QUICKLY WITH…

What We Think We Know About the Coronavirus Is Going to Keep Changing

Viral particles of SARS-CoV-2, seen under a transmission electron microscope in a sample taken from a person.Image: C.S. Goldsmith and A. Tamin (CDC)With new information about the novel coronavirus seemingly arriving every hour on the hour, it’s perfectly understandable to feel confused and discombobulated. With that in mind, here’s a mantra I’ve held close to…