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  • After a coronavirus outbreak inside the White House, officials are scrambling to get things under control—even though it seems like they're still not social distancing or wearing masks.
  • Vice President Mike Pence won't self-quarantine even though his press secretary has tested positive for coronavirus.
  • Joe Biden is reportedly starting to think big about ambitious presidential policies that would be comparable to FDR.
  • The New Yorker writes about how mutual aid groups are stepping up to help people during the pandemic.
  • The number one rule of Brunch Hate Reads is don't talk to the NY Times about ultra-privileged lifestyle stuff, because if you do, you'll end up like these unsympathetic New Yorkers who complain about being trapped in beautiful locations during the pandemic.
  • Jonathan Kravis resigned from the Justice Department after 10 years as a career prosecutor because of how the government handled the Roger Stone case, and he writes that he now feels the DOJ has made another huge mistake with Michael Flynn: "I feel compelled to write because I believe that the department’s handling of these matters is profoundly misguided, because my colleagues who still serve the department are duty-bound to remain silent and because I am convinced that the department’s conduct in the Stone and Flynn cases will do lasting damage to the institution."
  • Have you had the urge to redecorate your home during your quarantine? Welcome to the club.
  • Some people are still traveling the country by Amtrak during the pandemic.
  • The Atlantic believes that scarcity, low demand, and public-health risks could make airline travel "unbearable" for the foreseeable future.
  • The Ringer looks at the history and influence of Pitchfork's rare 10.0 ratings.
  • Rapper Nick Blixky, who was set to release his debut mixtape next month, was found fatally shot on a Brooklyn street on Sunday.
  • Actor Jerry Stiller, who formed a classic comedy team with his wife, Anne Meara, then later went on to success on television playing Frank Costanza on Seinfeld, has died. He was 92.
  • And finally, I'm going to break the traditional animal video to share a classic clip of Stiller sending Julia Louis-Dreyfus into hysterics in Seinfeld outtakes: