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100,000 DEATHS

Pandemic has exposed nation’s vulnerabilities and dangerous divide

   The marker of 100,000 deaths comes less than three months after the first American was reported to have died. The people most ravaged are those whose suffering often is unseen — the elderly, African Americans and working poor.
     * By Marc Fisher

A numbers-obsessed Trump is uncharacteristically silent on this bleak milestone

   The president’s public schedule this week contains no special commemoration, no moment of silence, no collective sharing of grief.
     * By Ashley Parker
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Faces of the dead: How they lived and what was lost

   Those remembered here show the outbreak’s sweeping impact on our communities, culture and workplaces.
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   Another unarmed black person has been killed. It’s no wonder we can’t breathe.
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   Trump shreds another Republican’s life’s work
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   Trump needs to be called out for his huckster brand of populism
     * By E.J. Dionne Jr.

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   Spotify wants to become the YouTube of podcasts. It would be terrible.
     * By Hank Green

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   Shining sunlight on Trump’s idiocy is the best disinfectant
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   Twitter has provoked outrage. But Trump is the bigger problem.
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   Conservatives who refuse to wear masks undercut a central claim of their beliefs
     * By Megan McArdle

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   CORONAVIRUS
   

Embracing a new reality: Virus may never go away — even with a vaccine

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   The pandemic could last for years. Embracing that reality is crucial to the next phase of America’s pandemic response. Experts urge leaders and the public to start thinking long-term.
     * By William Wan and Carolyn Y. Johnson
     * 8 hours ago

Guide to the pandemic

   There have been more than 5.6 million confirmed cases of the coronavirus worldwide. The virus has killed more than 340,000. Access to the following stories is free:
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   Trump shreds another Republican’s life’s work
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   Trump needs to be called out for his huckster brand of populism
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Trump to sign executive order targeting social media firms

   The order could open the door for federal officials to try to penalize Facebook, Google and Twitter for the way they moderate content on their sites, according to two people familiar with the matter.
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   Trump lashes out at social media companies after Twitter labels tweets with fact checks

Pompeo advocates for end to Hong Kong’s special status with U.S.

   The secretary of state's declaration sets up potential U.S. actions that could damage the city’s status as a global financial center and trigger a further deterioration in relations between Washington and Beijing.
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   U.S. troops in Wardak province, Afghanistan, last year. (AFP/Getty Images) 
   U.S. troops in Wardak province, Afghanistan, last year. (AFP/Getty Images)

Pentagon plans for expected Trump order to pull thousands more troops from Afghanistan

   U.S. officials expect the president to cut troop levels as he seeks to deliver on a promise to end America’s “forever wars.” The troop cuts would follow the withdrawal of several thousand service members since the Trump administration signed a deal with the Taliban on Feb. 29.
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Surveillance overhaul effort collapses in the House

   House Democratic leaders decided to pull a measure that would have reauthorized a series of national security powers the day after President Trump tweeted his disfavor.
     * By Ellen Nakashima and Mike DeBonis
     * 1 hour ago

House casts first-ever remote vote as GOP wages constitutional challenge

   House Republicans filed a federal lawsuit against the temporary rules allowing lawmakers’ full participation during the coronavirus pandemic.
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     * 5 hours ago

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   Biden calls for federal civil rights inquiry into death of George Floyd
   New York Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo arrives at the National Press Club in Washington on Wednesday. (Salwan Georges/The Post) 
   New York Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo arrives at the National Press Club in Washington on Wednesday. (Salwan Georges/The Post)

Cuomo presses Trump to spend big on infrastructure to ‘supercharge’ coronavirus recovery

   New York's governor said after a White House visit that the president “gets it,” but he slammed congressional Republicans for not wanting to inject additional money into states where finances have been pummeled by the virus.
     * By Griff Witte
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   Motorists wait to cross into the United States at the San Ysidro International Bridge in Tijuana, Mexico, over Memorial Day weekend. (Melina Mara/The Post) 
   Motorists wait to cross into the United States at the San Ysidro International Bridge in Tijuana, Mexico, over Memorial Day weekend. (Melina Mara/The Post)

Coronavirus on the border: California hospitals overwhelmed by U.S. citizens and residents coming from Mexico

   As Mexico’s health-care system has strained, small community hospitals in Southern California, some of the poorest in the state, have been flooded with Americans who have fallen ill and crossed the border.
     * By Kevin Sieff
     * 13 hours ago

Trump administration to end Iran deal waivers in blow to pact

   The move ends waivers that allow Russian, Chinese and European companies to do work at sensitive Iranian nuclear sites, after a battle between Iran hawks and a more aggressive group of hard-liners inside the U.S. government.
     * By John Hudson
     * 5 hours ago

Putin’s centralized power structure struggles to contain crisis

   The Russian president delegated much of the burden to regional officials who were frightened of drawing attention to local problems and risking Moscow’s wrath. One way to stay under the radar could be to understate deaths, analysts say.
     * By Robyn Dixon
     * 11 hours ago

   
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   Canadian court rules extradition case against Huawei executive Meng can proceed
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   A SpaceX Falcon 9, with NASA astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken in the Dragon crew capsule, before the launch was scrubbed. (NASA via AP)

SpaceX postpones launch of crewed Dragon capsule due to weather

   The beginning of NASA’s next chapter of space exploration will have to wait until at least the weekend after space officials postponed the launch because of problematic weather around Kennedy Space Center in Florida and a tropical storm brewing off the coast of the Carolinas.
     * By Jacob Bogage and Christian Davenport
     * 3 hours ago

Police chiefs react with disgust to Minneapolis death and try to reassure their own cities

   Many thought they were making progress with de-escalation, but the death of George Floyd at the hands of officers was a sobering setback.
     * By Tom Jackman
     * 6 hours ago

     * Video: Protests follow death

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Seven-year POW in Vietnam who became a Texas congressman dies at 89

   A fighter pilot, Sam Johnson was shot down in 1966 over Vietnam and was tortured at the Hanoi Hilton.
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   Business & Technology
   

Dow closes above 25,000 for first time since early March

   Stocks rolled higher for the second day in a row as the economy continued its slow return to life amid hopes for more federal stimulus and scientific advances against the coronavirus.
     * By Thomas Heath
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Arizona sues Google over allegations it illegally tracked smartphone users’ locations 

   Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich’s lawsuit alleges Google violated its users’ privacy by collecting information about their whereabouts even if they thought they had turned off such tracking.
     * By Tony Romm
     * 1 hour ago

   A man peruses the vending machines at an airport in Miami. (Getty Images) 
   A man peruses the vending machines at an airport in Miami. (Getty Images)

FDA rolls back food rules for 5th time during pandemic

   The changes are intended to ease manufacturers’ supply-chain snags, but advocacy groups say they are concerned that the changes will become permanent and that they will present problems for consumers concerned about tracking the provenance of their food.
     * By Laura Reiley
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Minor leagues have major issues, and baseball’s future will feel impact

   The sport’s present is uncertain at its highest level, but its feeder system is facing unprecedented change.
     * By Barry Svrluga
     * 5 hours ago

NFL owners set to consider fourth-and-15 proposal, modified replay system for preseason

   Owners are scheduled to speak Thursday via video conference, their second such meeting since last week.
     * By Mark Maske
     * 6 hours ago

   Workers tend to the field at the Mariners' stadium in Seattle. (AP) 
   Workers tend to the field at the Mariners' stadium in Seattle. (AP)
   Analysis

Time is working against MLB union as it contemplates critical next step to save season

   The pandemic permits only a fraught and narrow path to a truncated, fan-less baseball season this summer.
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D.C. to join Northern Va. in reopening Friday

   The Maryland suburbs plan to keep restrictions in place for at least several days longer.
     * By Fenit Nirappil, Emily Davies and Ovetta Wiggins
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     * Local Opinions: Northam’s mask order for Virginia covers more than you think

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How can you encourage the maskless to wear a mask?

     * By John Kelly
     * 7 hours ago

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D.C.-area mother and daughter lost to covid-19 just days apart

     * By Hamil R. Harris
     * 13 hours ago

   Face masks are stacked at a new factory in Mexico City. (AP) 
   Face masks are stacked at a new factory in Mexico City. (AP)

For paramedics, a constant question: Put on more protective N95 masks or conserve them?

   “There is always a lot of risk associated with our jobs, like a building fire,” said one Montgomery County paramedic and firefighter. “But this is different. A building fire can't come home with us and hurt our families.”
     * By Dan Morse
     * 16 hours ago

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In Cameroon, she was a journalist and disability activist. In the U.S., she’s stuck in place.

     * By Theresa Vargas
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   Greenwich Estate design by Sarah Bartholomew (Melanie Acevedo)

The ‘grandmillennial’ style brings tradition and peaceful decor into the home

   Chintz, wicker, needlepoint: In stressful times, some millennials adopt the style their grandmothers loved.
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Cartoons are skewering Trump’s golfing against the backdrop of covid-19 deaths

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Daughter’s sleep issues have resurfaced with the pandemic, and I’m losing my mellow mojo

     * By Amy Brill
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   The Geffen Playhouse production of “The Present” includes a box mailed to your home that you are not to open until showtime. (Geffen Playhouse) 
   The Geffen Playhouse production of “The Present” includes a box mailed to your home that you are not to open until showtime. (Geffen Playhouse)
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‘The Present’ delivers a box to your home — and then it blows your mind

   Helder Guimarães’s buoyant live Zoom magic show is a tonic for what ails us in isolation.
     * By Peter Marks
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In Phase 2 of D.C. reopening, theaters and museums are a go

   D.C.'s four-stage recovery blueprint will allow museums and indoor venues to open with significant restrictions in the second phase, which still has no starting date.
     * By Peggy McGlone
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   How Natalia Makarova changed the ballet world with this landmark production
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   This painter’s greatest self-portrait was once reviled by the Nazis as ’degenerate’
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‘Optional’ is the new recipe buzzword as we cook our way through this pandemic

   It is a new world. "Optional" has at last taken a prominence in recipes I could only have dreamed of.
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Turn curried chicken into a round pie, a slab pie or a turnover

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Running shrimp under the broiler is a lightning-fast path to dinner

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   The entrance to the parking lot at the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World is closed in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., on March 16. (AP) 
   The entrance to the parking lot at the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World is closed in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., on March 16. (AP)

Visitors to Florida’s theme parks will find a very different experience this summer

   Florida's major theme parks have now announced plans to reopen after closing in March to stem the spread of the coronavirus. Disney will be the last to open its gates with a mid-July target.
     * By Hannah Sampson
     * 8 hours ago

     * Disney says its Florida theme parks will reopen in mid-July

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Too sick to fly: Should airlines offer refunds to infectious passengers?

     * By Christopher Elliott
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Appalachian Trail reopens to day-trippers but urges thru-hikers to stay home

     * By Andrea Sachs
     * 15 hours ago

   
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   A deadly ‘checkerboard’: Covid-19’s new surge across rural America
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   How one French town made going to the beach safe again
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   Bars and barre return, but date night and workouts aren’t the same: A glimpse into the new normal
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