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Coronavirus creates conflict for churches, where gatherings can be dangerous but also provide solace

Places of worship have served as hothouses for the virus and have been linked to outbreaks, but some continue in-person services as an “essential” aspect of life.

Undocumented workers among those hit first — and worst — by shutdown

The U.S. economy meltdown has exposed the vulnerability of millions of undocumented workers, who are disproportionately employed in industries undergoing mass layoffs and high-risk jobs that keep society running while Americans stay home.

A Michigan congresswoman, a guy in line in China and a global scramble to find N95 masks

With limited options, Rep. Elissa Slotkin (D) tries to improvise to secure much-needed protective gear.
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The vaccine race is on, but we likely won’t see one this year

It could take 12 to 18 months, but many experts say that is too optimistic.

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Doris Geisler prepares a passover basket at her home in Columbia, Md. (Michael Robinson Chavez/The Post)
Doris Geisler prepares a passover basket at her home in Columbia, Md. (Michael Robinson Chavez/The Post)

‘We need a Seder’: One family strives to celebrate Passover during a plague

Passover looks different this year than it ever has before, for Jews all over the world. For the Geisler family, the pandemic keeping them isolated from each other is also inspiring them to go to new lengths to achieve some sort of togetherness.
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Virginia’s lieutenant governor has been stuck in a state of limbo, neither convicted nor cleared of an offense that, while disqualifying in any era, would be especially toxic in the time of #MeToo.
Pete Snyder, a potential contender for governor in 2021, and his wife have provided $100,000 in seed money to create the nonprofit Virginia 30 Day Fund.
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The sports columnist fields your questions about the Redskins, the Capitals, the Nationals, the Wizards and other professional athletes.
Dan Frank, a Columbia, Md., native, has raised roughly $12,000 for the Community Action Council of Howard County.
Michael Atkinson handled the whistleblower complaint that helped lead to the president’s impeachment.

Trump’s virus commentary bolsters attack ads questioning fitness to lead

Democrats' greatest ammunition? The president's own comments, aired daily in the marathon coronavirus briefings.

Wisconsin legislature comes under fire for ‘unconscionable’ decision to hold primary

Two members of the Wisconsin Elections Commission voiced their concerns in a letter to the leaders of the state’s legislature before Tuesday’s election.
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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 concept of supply and demand loomed large in most of their answers.
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Quibi offers dramas, comedies, reality shows — in bite-size pieces, for people who find regular TV too long.
In Case You Missed It

Retailers furloughed nearly 1 million workers this week. But the industry’s troubles are just beginning.

Analysts say at least 15,000 stores, including some well-known brands, are likely to close permanently.
Perspective

The Cuomo brothers put on quite a show. Should the journalism ethics police shut it down?

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.
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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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