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  • The new head of the Postal Service has made changes that could slow down mail delivery, warning employees the agency would not survive unless it made “difficult” changes to cut costs.
  • Bloomberg has had a series of interviews with a billionaire about what life has been like for them during the pandemic, and it is pretty shocking to see the unfiltered thoughts of the mega-rich exposed so clearly: "'Some people are going to die, but it’s old people, and if they do, it’s OK,' he replied. Then he paused. 'Not that it’s OK. This isn’t that bad.'"
  • If everything is cake now, does that mean you could be cake too and not even realize it?
  • Public health experts offered STAT some suggestions on how the U.S. could "fix the COVID-19 dumpster fire" in the country.
  • Joe Biden has announced a new plan to spend $2 trillion over four years to "significantly escalate the use of clean energy in the transportation, electricity and building sectors."
  • Vice reports on progressive's efforts to talk to Trump supporters and convince them not to vote for him.
  • Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has been hospitalized today with a possible infection.
  • The Washington Post found that eight people lost vision in one eye after being struck by police projectiles all on March 30th during George Floyd protests around the country—and they found multiple instances of video footage undermining the official police reports on the incidents.
  • Dan Scavino, the White House deputy chief of staff for communications, posted a cartoon mocking Dr. Anthony Fauci which was made by an artist whose work has been criticized for its anti-Semitic imagery.
  • Kanye West reportedly did make a vague attempt to get on the presidential ballot in at least one or two states, but apparently has given up on that effort.
  • Michael Che is making a new sketch comedy series for HBO Max.
  • First Cow is one of the most unexpectedly sweet movies of the year—and now you can learn how to make the equally sweet oily cakes from the film.
  • And finally, no one has ever been as happy to get a haircut as this guy: