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1:10 PM ET, March 31, 2020

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Brian Stelter / CNN:
CNN anchor Chris Cuomo diagnosed with coronavirus; he will continue working from home  —  New York (CNN Business)CNN anchor Chris Cuomo has been diagnosed with Covid-19, the network said in a memo to employees on Tuesday.  —  He is feeling well, and will continue to anchor his 9 p.m. program “Cuomo Prime Time” from his home.
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Ken Meyer / Mediaite:
BREAKING: CNN's Chris Cuomo Diagnosed With Coronavirus
Discussion: KTLA
Ryan Cooper / The Week:
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee is what real coronavirus leadership looks like
Discussion: New York Times and The Nation
Washington Examiner:
Trump should cut the drama and pettiness out of his coronavirus response  —  Anthony Fauci has been clear that President Trump “has listened to what I have said and to what the other people on the task force have said.  When I have made recommendations, he has taken them.  He's never countered or overridden me.”
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Los Angeles Times:
Trump's mixed messages confuse coronavirus response  —  President Trump praised the “pretty good job we've done” when he predicted in late February that the number of Americans infected by the coronavirus would dwindle to “close to zero” in a couple of days.
David Leonhardt / New York Times:
Not Winning This Fight  —  This chart shows why.  —  China and South Korea have flattened their curves.  Italy, Spain, Germany and the Netherlands have begun to flatten their curves.  —  The United States still has not.  —  More than half of all confirmed coronavirus cases in the United States …
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Stephen Collinson / CNN:
Trump insists on congratulations while America braces for the worst  —  (CNN)It is falling to President Donald Trump to lead America into its most tragic month in decades, as experts say the coronavirus pandemic could kill more citizens than the Vietnam and Korean wars combined.
Discussion: YouGov
The Boston Globe:
A president unfit for a pandemic  —  “Things fall apart; the center cannot hold,” wrote W.B. Yeats in 1919.  A century later, it's clear: The epicenter cannot hold.  Catastrophic decisions in the White House have doomed the world's richest country to a season of untold suffering.The United States …
Discussion: HuffPost and Raw Story
Donald G. McNeil Jr / New York Times:
Restrictions Are Slowing Coronavirus Infections, New Data Suggest  —  A database of daily fever readings shows that the numbers declined as people disappeared indoors.  —  Harsh measures, including stay-at-home orders and restaurant closures, are contributing to rapid drops in the numbers of fevers …
Alexander Bolton / The Hill:
McConnell: Impeachment distracted government from coronavirus threat  —  Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) on Tuesday blamed the Democrats' push to impeach President Trump in January for distracting the Trump administration from the threat posed by coronavirus.
Discussion: Associated Press
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Henry Rodgers / The Daily Caller:   McConnell Says Impeachment ‘Diverted’ Government From Focusing On Coronavirus
Burgess Everett / Politico:
McConnell and Pelosi draw coronavirus battle lines
Discussion: Raw Story
Ronn Blitzer / Fox News:
Grassley rips Pelosi bid to roll back deduction cap: 'Millionaires don't need a new tax break'  —  The office of Senate Finance Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, blasted House Speaker Nancy Pelosi after she proposed rolling back a cap on state and local tax (SALT) deductions as part of the next coronavirus response bill.
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New York Times:
Pelosi Floats New Stimulus Plan: Rolling Back SALT Cap  —  A proposal to retroactively lift a limit on state and local tax deductions would largely funnel money to high earners in high-tax states.  —  WASHINGTON — As lawmakers prepare for another round of fiscal stimulus to address economic fallout …
Washington Post:
CDC considering recommending general public wear face coverings in public  —  Should we all be wearing masks?  That simple question is under review by officials in the U.S. government and has sparked a grass-roots pro-mask movement.  But there's still no consensus on whether widespread use …
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Charlie Savage / New York Times:
Problems in F.B.I. Wiretap Applications Go Beyond Trump Aide Surveillance, Review Finds  —  The bureau has routinely botched surveillance applications in its national-security investigations, an inspector general said.  —  WASHINGTON — An inspector general uncovered pervasive problems …
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Politico:
Justice Department audit finds widespread flaws in FBI surveillance applications
Discussion: Associated Press
Robinson Meyer / The Atlantic:
Exclusive: Kushner Firm Built the Coronavirus Website Trump Promised  —  Editor's Note: The Atlantic is making vital coverage of the coronavirus available to all readers.  Find the collection here.  —  On March 13, President Donald Trump promised Americans they would soon be able to access …
Bloomberg:
Hospitals Tell Doctors They'll Be Fired If They Speak Out About Lack of Gear  — ‘It is outrageous,’ Washington nurses organization says  — Media guidelines are meant to protect patients' privacy  —  Hospitals are threatening to fire health-care workers who publicize …
Discussion: Raw Story and New York Post
Rachel Tashjian / GQ:
Brooks Brothers Says It Will Manufacture 150,000 Masks Per Day  —  America's oldest retailer is one of the few brands that make clothing in the United States.  —  As health-care workers continue to face a dire shortage of personal protective equipment and fashion designers and manufacturers struggle …
Ron Johnson / USA Today:
Sen. Johnson: As we learn more about the coronavirus, try to put things into perspective  —  Imagine the potential psychological and human toll if this shutdown continues indefinitely: Another view  —  I'm not aware of any public official, including President Donald Trump, who is calling for a complete opening of the U.S. economy.
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Joseph Zeballos-Roig / Business Insider:   A GOP senator calls on Trump to reopen parts of the coronavirus-stricken economy because 'death …
Jennifer Rubin / Washington Post:
Joe Biden's podcasts are a welcome reminder that Trump is the irrational one  —  On Monday, former vice president Joe Biden kicked off the first in what he promises will be a series of podcasts.  Aptly entitled “Here's the Deal,” it is one way to overcome the void in campaign activity necessitated …
Discussion: Breitbart, VodkaPundit and Daily Mail
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Amber Phillips / Washington Post:
Everyone and everything Trump has blamed for his coronavirus response
Discussion: CNN, The Atlantic, Raw Story and HBR.org
Sam Whitehead / NPR:
CDC Director On Models For The Months To Come: ‘This Virus Is Going To Be With Us’  —  Toggle more options  —  When infectious pathogens have threatened the United States, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has been front and center.  During the H1N1 flu of 2009 …
Discussion: WSVN-TV, The Hill, Fortune, KTLA and CNN
ProPublica:
Taxpayers Paid Millions to Design a Low-Cost Ventilator for a Pandemic.  Instead, the Company Is Selling Versions of It Overseas.  —  As coronavirus sweeps the globe, there is not a single Trilogy Evo Universal ventilator — developed with government funds — in the U.S. stockpile.
Greg Olear / PREVAIL:
Tinker, Tailor, Mobster, Trump  —  IN THE EARLY 1980s it was decided—by whom, and for what ultimate purpose, we can't say for sure—that Donald John Trump would build a casino complex in Atlantic City, New Jersey—probably the most mobbed-up municipality in the state.
Wall Street Journal:
NYU Langone Tells ER Doctors to ‘Think More Critically’ About Who Gets Ventilators  —  New York health center says it will support emergency-room staff who ‘withhold futile intubations,’ threatens to discipline doctors who talk to the press  —  NYU Langone Health, one of the nation's top …
Discussion: FIRE, Daily Kos and Raw Story
Paul John Scott / grandforksherald.com:
Rural county on Minnesota's southern border a coronavirus ‘hot spot’  —  “If I knew why, believe me, I would be beating the drum a lot louder,” says Martin County sheriff  —  FAIRMONT, Minn. — Martin County on the state's southern border has more than its share of coronavirus cases.
The Boston Globe:
CORONAVIRUS RESOURCES  —  Latest updates Latest Mass. numbers When will it end Donate Ask a question More coverage  —  Senator Elizabeth Warren is pressing federal officials for answers on why they seized at least two of Massachusetts's recent orders for protective equipment …
Ross Douthat / New York Times:
The Coronavirus and the Conservative Mind  —  The pandemic has put psychological theories of politics to a very interesting test.  —  Over the past two decades, as conservatives and liberals have drifted ever farther from each other, an influential body of literature has attempted to psychologize …
NBC10 Philadelphia:
NJ Couple Faces Child Endangerment Charges for Coronavirus-Defying Party  —  The Lakewood couple had 40 to 50 people in their yard and now face charges for each of their kids  —  What to Know  — Police charged a Lakewood couple with five counts of child endangerment …
Rich Lowry / National Review:
A Crisis Is a Terrible Thing to Manufacture  —  Trump critics and the media whipped up entertaining controversies when they had the luxury to do so.  Now a real crisis is here.  —  On January 21, the United States confirmed its first case of the coronavirus.
Associated Press:
Trump rollback of mileage standards guts climate change push  —  “Given the catastrophe they're in with the coronavirus, they're pursuing a policy that's going to hurt public health and kill people,” one expert said.  —  WASHINGTON — The Trump administration rolled back ambitious Obama-era …
Ellen Barry / New York Times:
Days After a Funeral in a Georgia Town, Coronavirus ‘Hit Like a Bomb’  —  A mourner came to Albany, Ga., to attend the funeral of a retired janitor.  After a pause while the infections incubated, the virus swept through the community.  —  It was an old-fashioned Southern funeral.
Jake Offenhartz / Gothamist:
Group Behind Central Park Coronavirus Tent Hospital Asks Volunteers To Support Anti-Gay Agenda  —  On Tuesday morning, a makeshift tent hospital in Central Park will begin treating overflow patients from Mount Sinai, as the spread of COVID-19 begins to overwhelm local hospitals.
Discussion: Raw Story, West Side Rag and Fox News
David Larter / Navy Times:
An outbreak on a Navy warship — and an ominous sign of a readiness crisis  —  It started on Monday, March 16, with one chief on board the littoral combat ship Coronado feeling sick and being sent home for a few days.  —  Ten days later, nine Coronado sailors had tested positive for COVID-19 …
Discussion: Raw Story
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel:
Wisconsin polling places are closing because there's not enough people to work the April 7 election … Waukesha settles on one polling place for in-person voting for election day due to the coronavirus.  Waukesha city officials announced Monday all voters will be directed to the Schuetze Recreation Center …
Discussion: The Hill
 
 
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Adrian Vermeule / The Atlantic:
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Tiney Ricciardi / Denver Post:
Hobby Lobby remains open in defiance of Colorado's stay-at-home order, highlighting uncertainty around mandate
Politico:
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Discussion: Raw Story and Los Angeles Times
CNN:
Idaho governor signs two bills that limit the rights of transgender people
Katie Honan / Wall Street Journal:
Queens Stadium to Be Converted Into Temporary Hospital in Coronavirus Fight
Discussion: The Hill, Gothamist, NPR and New York Post
 Earlier Items: 
Marty Johnson / The Hill:
Al Gore blasts Trump: 'You can't gaslight a virus'
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Stephen P. Halbrook / National Review:
Will the Second Amendment Survive Coronavirus?
Discussion: NRA-ILA
Politico:
‘A Darwinian approach to federalism’: States confront new reality under Trump
Discussion: Washington Post and Raw Story
Zeke Faux / Bloomberg:
Suspected Mask Profiteer Arrested for Coughing on FBI Agents
Discussion: Gothamist