- BusinessYahoo Finance
Trump risks a worse recession--or even back-to-back downturns--if he pushes to reopen the US economy too soon.
- CelebrityScary Mommy
A reporter’s hilarious reaction to an approaching herd of Yellowstone bison is the laugh we need right now Your entire feed right now is coronavirus. And possibly Tiger King, but mostly, coronavirus. That’s why it’s welcome relief to see the hilarity that is a reporter nope-ing right out of a live recording at Yellowstone National 
- U.S.CBS News
With restaurants closed save for take-out service, far less food waste is being discarded in the city's alleyways, driving the local rodent population out into the open to search for scraps.
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Blum played Rosanna Arquette’s husband in the 1985 comedy Desperately Seeking Susan.
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A location data company, Uncast, created a scoreboard that grades how well states and counties are following social distancing guidelines based on phone data.
The analysis, using data from governments, hospitals and other sources, predicts that the number of U.S. deaths could vary widely, ranging from as low as around 38,000 to as high as around 162,000. The variance is due in part to disparate rates of the spread of the virus in different regions, which experts are still struggling to explain, said Dr. Christopher Murray, director of the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington, who led the study. The duration of the virus means there may be a need for social distancing measures for longer than initially expected, although the country may eventually be able relax restrictions if it can more effectively test and quarantine the sick, Murray said.
- WorldAssociated Press
The coronavirus continued its unrelenting spread across the United States with fatalities doubling in two days and authorities saying Saturday that an infant who tested positive had died. It pummeled big cities like New York, Detroit, New Orleans and Chicago, and made its way, too, into rural America as hotspots erupted in small Midwestern towns and Rocky Mountain ski havens. Worldwide infections surpassed the 650,000 mark with more than 30,000 deaths as new cases also stacked up quickly in Europe, according to a tally by Johns Hopkins University.