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- Elizabeth Warren spoke to the Boston Globe about her disappointment over her presidential run: “I think I would have made a better president than either one of them, that’s why I was running."
- A bad person pulled out a Nazi flag during Sen. Bernie Sanders's rally in Phoenix last night.
- A federal judge sharply criticized Attorney General William Barr’s handling of the Mueller Report, saying that Barr put forward a “distorted” and “misleading” account of its findings and lacked credibility on the topic.
- It's 10 a.m., do you know where your fancy honey actually came from?
- The Post has some advice on what to avoid in NYC this weekend if you're worried about coronavirus.
- Jewish cemeteries have become easy targets for vandals in Alsace—the Times spoke to the people who are guarding them.
- Headline of the week: "Is your meth contaminated with coronavirus? This Florida police dept. will test it for free."
- Trump’s company charged the Secret Service $157,000 more than was previously known, "billing taxpayers for rooms at his clubs at rates far higher than his company has claimed," according to a new trove of receipts and billing documents released by the Secret Service.
- A Brooklyn woman who says a bus driver got angry with her when she struggled to close her baby stroller and spit on her is suing the MTA.
- What's it like growing up somewhere with no cell signal and limited Wi-Fi?
- It's new music Friday, and this is a particularly great week for new releases: listen to Stephen Malkmus' masterful new psych-folk album Traditional Techniques; U.S Girls added more singers and percussion to their glammy sound on Heavy Light; Caroline Rose's new release Superstar is the best pop-indie album of the week; R.A.P. Ferreira's purple moonlight pages is an incredible jazz-rap hybrid; and Megan Thee Stallion followed up her breakout Fever with Suga.
- And finally, look at this nerd:
Early Addition: Inside The Utopian American Town That Blocks WiFi & Cell Service
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