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  • Pete Buttigieg and Tom Steyer have both dropped out, leaving the five remaining major candidates to battle it out on Super Tuesday tomorrow.
  • Hong Kong has been able to contain the coronavirus so far, but at a cost to life in the city: "Schools are closed. Many businesses are shuttered. All train, bus and ferry service to mainland China is suspended, and the border with China is essentially shut down. People keep their distance from each other. Almost everyone on the street wears a surgical mask. Some even wear gas masks. Few people shake hands. And some residents are hunkering down in their apartments."
  • BuzzFeed has some handy charts and graphs that show how the coronavirus is spreading around the world.
  • The Guardian looks back at the story of Gunnison, Colorado, a mountain town that was able to completely dodge the 1918 Spanish Flu pandemic.
  • The success of the NY Times may be bad for journalism in general, writes new NY Times columnist Ben Smith.
  • The Supreme Court announced that it will hear another case that could result in the scuttling of the Affordable Care Act.
  • Bustle looks at the downfall of WeWork through the lens of cofounder Rebekah Neumann, "yogababble," and her search for enlightenment: "If WeWork seemed like an heiress yoga instructor’s idea of a company...that’s precisely what it was."
  • Natan Dvir's photographs capture the "profound loneliness" of our subway platforms.
  • Judge Judy Sheindlin is ending Judge Judy after 25 seasons, but don't worry, she's planning on launching a new show titled Judy Justice.
  • Snapchat is making hyper-condensed shows specifically to watch on a smartphone.
  • Take a fond last look at NYC's varied plastic bags.
  • Drake dropped a pair of new singles—and a music video shot in NYC—over the weekend.
  • And finally, sometimes it's hard being a cat: