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  • Oh this is comforting: Jared Kushner wouldn't rule out cancelling the election in November. “I’m not sure I can commit one way or the other, but right now that’s the plan,” he said.
  • Thankfully, that is something that Donald Trump can't do (unless congress allows it to happen).
  • Trump is trying to woo black voters, and it's not going well: "The president has only fleetingly addressed the pandemic’s outsize impact on black Americans, and made no apparent effort to aggressively tackle the racial disparities."
  • Here are seven ideas from experts on how we can address the pandemic directly, "aiming to make it safer and more sustainable to go about our lives, speed the development of a vaccine, reduce caseloads to manageable levels, and alleviate economic suffering."
  • Stevie Wonder is turning 70 today! Watch an incredible mid-70s live performance from him here.
  • County fairs are cancelled for this summer, but that doesn't mean people can't show off their cows and sheep virtually.
  • To comply with social distancing guidelines, a luxury restaurant in northern Virginia will use 1940s-era mannequins to occupy 50 percent of the tables.
  • You're going to have to wait a little longer for those new "Excelsior" license plates, because a problem with their design manufacturing was discovered.
  • Even the cats are embracing social distancing.
  • Watch Frances Quinlan perform three songs from her excellent debut album for NPR's Tiny Desk Concerts (it was recorded in February, if you're wondering how they were doing it in person).
  • And finally, this is happening in San Jose: