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  • Ed Mullins, the president of the Sergeants Benevolent Association NYPD union, appeared on Fox News with a QAnon mug today.
  • Here is a piece about the kinds of things maintenance workers and custodians are being asked to do to keep places clean.
  • An upstate bar has responded to Governor Andrew Cuomo's rules about serving food with booze by selling $1 bags of potato chips they call "Cuomo Chips."
  • Ruth Bader Ginsburg announced that she has had a reoccurrence of cancer, but plans to remain on the Supreme Court.
  • There has been growing unrest within Fox News by some employees who feel the company has "created a white supremacist cell inside the top cable network in America, the one that directly influences the president."
  • Ryan Gosling and Chris Evans will star in Joe and Anthony Russo's next film for Netflix, The Gray Man.
  • A leaked White House document lists Florida and many of its counties in coronavirus "red zone."
  • A 28-year-old bartender who had COVID-19 was told by his restaurant's owner to not tell people about it.
  • Several people involved in this week's Twitter hack told the Times about what happened, and it wasn't "the work of a nation-state or a sophisticated group of hackers. Instead, it was done by a group of young people — one of whom says he lives at home with his mother — who got to know one another because of their obsession with owning early or unusual screen names, particularly one letter or number, like @y or @6."
  • You can't go in person to watch the Mets this summer, but you can pay to have a cutout of yourself at Citi Field.
  • There's still time to watch a live Guided By Voices concert here all weekend.
  • And finally, it's gonna be hot out this weekend, make sure to drink some water: