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How much exercise is OK during the coronavirus pandemic? What’s too risky?

Both too much and too little exercise are bad for you.

Zillow and Redfin are pausing home-buying — could the coronavirus pandemic make the iBuyer model more popular?

As home sales screech to a halt, home-buying companies will face massive expenses.

‘All they care about is making money.’ Can my supermarket manager force me to remove my face mask at work?

‘Wearing the mask makes me feel safer and helps to guard me against coronavirus. It does not interfere with my ability to do my job.’

In Paris, the French scramble to make sense of a chaotic situation — with paperwork

The lockdown reflects not only France’s unique relationship with bureaucracy, but also its disdain for overreaching authority.

There are 382,000 job openings and counting as Amazon, Walmart, Domino’s and more hire to meet coronavirus demand

The number of jobless claims rose by 70,000 last week, but several sectors are ramping up hiring even as the coronavirus pandemic creates layoffs.

What the Families First coronavirus relief bill means for small-business owners and self-employed people

The Families First Coronavirus Response Act requires paid leave for small-business employees affected by coronavirus and includes tax relief for employers.

Send us your photos of life during the coronavirus pandemic

MarketWatch wants to see your most compelling photos — but please don’t put yourself at risk.

CVS receipts and wet wipes as toilet paper? People are flushing all the wrong alternatives during coronavirus shortage

Creative personal hygiene solutions are apparently one side effect of the social distancing and work-from-home contingencies deemed necessary to slow the deadly COVID-19 pandemic.

IRS removes cap on the amount of taxes that can be deferred until July 15

The government agency also clarified that the rules extending filing and payment dates for people and businesses also apply to estates.

‘This is such a blatant disregard for the coronavirus advice from the CDC.’ Can my employer force me to go to work?

‘We still have quite a bit of foot traffic throughout the building.’

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California police chief to Trump administration: ‘Stop testing NBA players, and start testing our first responders’

Police departments are also struggling during the coronavirus pandemic, law enforcement agencies tell the White House.

Gas prices could soon drop to 99 cents a gallon in parts of the U.S.

As the coronavirus crushes demand for gasoline, prices are plunging all over the country.

Trump team is weighing whether coronavirus-induced shutdown is doing ‘more harm than good’

How much damage can be inflicted on the U.S. economy to try to stop the coronavirus from killing more people? The Trump White House is increasingly asking the question — and the answer could have grave implications for the health and livelihood of all Americans.

Chicago is turning empty hotel rooms into temporary coronavirus isolation spaces — other cities should do the same

It also gets hotel employees back to work.

These small-business owners made their dreams come true — and then the coronavirus hit

MarketWatch spoke to four small-business owners about how they’re coping and adapting.

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