HEADLINES: • Britain's Queen Elizabeth turns 94 • FDA authorizes first COVID-19 diagnostic test with home collection option • 481 people died in New York state in the last 24 hours, Gov. Cuomo says..
Washington Post: Deadly EF4 tornado strikes Southeast Mississippi.. That’s the third in a week.
ABC News: Officials in Louisiana arrest a pastor accused of driving a bus at a man protesting the pastor's continued defiance of tay-at-home orders.
BBC London: Islamic State: Rapper Lyricist Jinn arrested by police in Spain.
Mayo Clinic: Cancer patients are among those at higher risk of severe illness from COVID-19.
Bloomberg: Gold to Reach $3,000—50% Above Its Record, Bank of America Says
Reuters: Britain's Queen Elizabeth turned 94 on Tuesday but the coronavirus lockdown meant there was little fanfare to mark the occasion.
Washington Post: Nurses read names of colleagues who died of the coronavirus in front of the White House.
Registered nurses gathered Tuesday in front of the White House to read the names of health-care workers who have died fighting the coronavirus pandemic.
Global Times: Huawei's Q1 sales revenue rose only 1.4% to 182.2 billion yuan ($25.76 billion) – a sharply slower growth rate compared with the Q1 sales growth of 39% in 2019, due to the coronavirus assault and the Trump administration’s crackdown on the company.
ABC News: 'China die': Racist vandals target Chinese-Australian family's home in Melbourne.
New York Post: Bluetooth apps that track coronavirus exposure show positive early results.
ABC News: 'Excessive, exploitative and unpardonable': The medical supply company charging $786 for a box of 20 face masks.
Washington Post: Individual states, localities and foreign governments begin announcing easing of regulations while governors battle White House over availability of testing.
CNBC: Bank of America raises gold forecast by a whopping $1,000 to $3,000 because of zero rates.
New York Times: Officially, about 165,000 people have died worldwide of the coronavirus as of Tuesday. But the total number of people who have died, experts say, offers a more complete portrait of the pandemic's toll.
Washington Post: 43,156 people have died from coronavirus in the U.S.
U.S. Food and Drug Administration: FDA has authorized the first COVID-19 diagnostic test with a home collection option.
New York Daily: New Jersey man recovers from coronavirus after being put in medically induced coma.
25-year-old N.J. man who was in a medically induced coma and on a ventilator just a few weeks ago is home recovering from the coronavirus.
Financial Times: Taiwan’s containment of coronavirus so far — with just 420 confirmed cases and six deaths — has allowed it to avoid restrictive lockdowns. Economists believe this will help cushion the economic impact as well.
New York Post: Michigan lawmaker defends going to protest of coronavirus lockdown.
ABC: 481 people died of COVID-19 in New York state in the last 24 hours, Gov. Cuomo says.
Bloomberg Markets: The Fed’s $500 billion muni-lending plan faces a hurdle in states that have constitutions that make it difficult for the government to run up debt.
BBC Sport: Fifa says women’s football will still benefit from an investment worth $1bn (£804m) despite the financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
CNN: Republican leaders are pushing back on an effort to change the House rules to allow members to vote remotely by proxy ahead of an expected vote on the matter Thursday.