Watchdog report finds severe supply shortages, emotional strain at hospitals across U.S.

The findings are the first public federal critique of the capacity of the nation’s hospitals to cope with the pandemic.
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Are you under a stay-at-home order? Here’s what that means in your state.

Most states allow residents to leave home to shop for groceries, to exercise outdoors, and to go to the doctor and pick up prescriptions. Click to see each state’s list of do’s and don’ts, and when these rules might end.

Guide to the pandemic

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Navy Capt. Brett Crozier was relieved from command after sounding an alarm about the speed at which the Navy was dealing with coronavirus on an aircraft carrier.

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The young and eventful Senate career of wealthy Georgia businesswoman Kelly Loeffler

The Senate Republican fends off foes who accuse her of profiting from the coronavirus.
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The on-air banter of Gov. Andrew Cuomo and CNN’s Chris Cuomo is weird but compelling viewing, and it just might serve a public benefit.

How ‘Tiger King’ became a tale more about people than big cats

The directors of the Netflix hit have been criticized for glossing over animal abuse. They say the rivalry-revenge story is meant to reveal "horrible suffering and exploitation of these cats."
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