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- One Capitol Police officer is dead and another is in the hospital after a man earlier today rammed into them with his car at a Capitol checkpoint and then lunged at them with a knife. The suspect was pronounced dead after being engaged by officers.
- The entire three-game, season-opening series between the Mets and Nationals has been canceled because four Washington players tested positive for COVID-19.
- Novelist Beth Nguyen wrote for The New Yorker about the racism she's experienced over her given name, Bich, and her complicated experience of deciding to go by another name as an adult.
- Kai Wright, the host of "The United States of Anxiety" on WNYC, shared his Sunday routine with the Times. Check out his in-apartment studio — and tune in to the show live, Sundays at 6 p.m.!
- People who grew up skateboarding just look at the built world differently, man.
- NPR Pop Culture Happy Hour listeners ranked the top 25 muppets.
- Bullshit jobs are bullshit, but maybe there's also something redeemable in them?
- Egypt is holding a royal parade tomorrow for the transferring of 22 mummies to a new museum, which is causing unease among those who worry about the Pharoah's curse.
- The other James Ramsay is selling his Scottish castle.
- Vulture recommends revisiting the soundtrack to Pokémon The First Movie: Mewtwo Strikes Back, which is... one way to kick off your Easter weekend!
- Another way is to simply bask in the sweetness of these lemurs eating flowers:
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