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  • A leaked Pentagon memo warns of “the real possibility of a resurgence” of the coronavirus and says that an effective vaccine will not be ready until “at least the summer of 2021."
  • Fox News can't quite decide if its viewers should be guzzling hydroxychloroquine or deathly scared of it.
  • Restaurant owner Sean Feeney, who is advising Donald Trump on federal relief efforts for the restaurant industry, recently told employees at his two Brooklyn restaurants that there is "less than 1 in a million chance" that any of their lives would be threatened by the coronavirus. 
  • Is Dr. Oxiris Barbot still in charge of the city's Health Department, or is she being sidelined by Mayor de Blasio?
  • If you're a Wall Street banker and you scold your underlings for not responding to your emails at 3 a.m., you may find yourself in the NY Post for all the wrong reasons.
  • This NY Times op-ed argues that "believe all women" has become a right wing trap for feminists: "This is why 'Believe All Women' is not an amplification of 'Believe Women,' but its negation. As Mr. Morales Henry at the Schlesinger Library told me, after several days of analyzing the use of the two hashtags, 'It looks like #BelieveAllWomen, especially recently, is being used in opposition to #BelieveWomen.'"
  • In a new documentary, Norma McCorvey, a.k.a. ‘Jane Roe’ in the Roe v. Wade case, says that she was paid by evangelical leaders to pretend she was anti-abortion and “ex-gay” to lend credence to anti-abortion causes.
  • The longtime leader of Lesotho, who has been accused of being behind the murder of his estranged wife (his current wife has already been charged in the death), announced his resignation today.
  • Joe Rogan is taking his podcast exclusively to Spotify in a licensing deal worth more than $100 million.
  • William Shakespeare's Globe theater, the London playhouse where the playwright's shows were performed, may be facing permanent closure because of coronavirus.
  • Thieves keep stealing the murals this artist is painting on plywood boards of shuttered Manhattan shops.
  • Listen to "I See You," another great new single from Phoebe Bridgers.
  • And finally, this is a good use of a dog's natural digging abilities: