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- The Times wrote a story this weekend about a Tennessee who had stockpiled 17,700 bottles of hand sanitizer and planned to sell them marked-up. After becoming the subject of national scorn, he's now donated the hand sanitizer.
- Hospitals are already becoming overwhelmed around the country because of the coronavirus—here's how you can help.
- Fiona Apple talked to the New Yorker about the creation of her upcoming album Fetch The Bolt Cutters.
- Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders debated last night without any audience present, discussing their different outlooks on health care in particular.
- If you're going to order food delivered to you, tip really, really, really well.
- The U.S. Health and Human Services Department suffered a cyber-attack on its computer system which was apparently intended to slow the agency’s systems down.
- NBA owners and executives are bracing for the possibility of mid-to-late June as a best-case scenario for the league's return.
- A Today show staffer tested positive for coronavirus, so hosts Craig Melvin and Al Roker took Monday morning off out of an abundance of caution.
- Learn more about how coronavirus testing works and why it's taking so long for the U.S. to get people diagnosed.
- New York Magazine writes: "Every generation, a crime tells a new story about New York. The murder of Tessa Majors is ours."
- Listen to "Can't Do Much," another excellent song from Waxahatchee's upcoming album Saint Cloud.
- And finally, Arnold Schwarzenegger and his two best buds are getting through this pandemic together:
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