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- Bernie Sanders announced that he will stay in the presidential race and challenged rival Joe Biden "to explain to the American people how he would solve problems of health care, income inequality and other issues that make up Mr. Sanders’s liberal agenda."
- The Atlantic writes that Trump’s effort to play down the pandemic is being amplified by a coalition of partisan media, digital propagandists, and White House officials: "But sowing strategic doubt about the facts of a global pandemic is fundamentally different than doing it with, say, an impeachment hearing. The dangers are more tangible and immediate to voters, regardless of whether they support Trump. The stakes are higher."
- Food cart operators in NYC are getting hit hard by coronavirus fears.
- Rich people are doing rich people things to deal with coronavirus, like buying "survival condos."
- There are rumors that David Lynch is making a new limited series for Netflix, and Laura Dern and Naomi Watts may be involved.
- Will coronavirus destroy the sex party scene?
- March Madness will have a lot less madness this year: the NCAA announced that the men's and women's basketball tournaments will be played without fans in attendance.
- Why do we keep seeing rats carrying pizza or donuts? According to a new study, it's because they're evolving in their environments.
- Stereogum looks at how indie bands are being affected by concert and festival cancellations.
- Influencers say their income is taking a hit because of coronavirus: "Things are looking a bit bleak at the moment and there are definitely moments of uncertainty."
- Vice looks at the history of conference call technology, which never seems to work.
- Peter Jackson is making a documentary about The Beatles and the Let It Be sessions.
- And finally, Kratu just wants to have fun:
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