HEADLINES: • Number of coronavirus deaths in U.S. surpasses 90,000 • Oil Rises Above $30 for 1st Time in 2 Months on Output Cuts • Trump Says the Return of Sports Is Essential for Country’s ‘Psych’..
CBS News: Texas reports largest single-day increase in coronavirus cases..
More than 700 cases were reported Friday in the Amarillo region, where meatpacking plants have been targeted for increased testing.
Reuters: Japan slips into recession, slump set to worsen as pandemic wreaks havoc..
Japan's economy slipped into recession for the first time in 4-1/2 years, putting the nation on course for its deepest postwar slump as the coronavirus crisis ravages businesses and consumers.
MSN News: Several injuries, three detained in Myrtle Beach shooting..
Washington Post: Fired inspector general was examining whether Pompeo had a staffer walk his dog, handle dry cleaning, official says..
Steve Linick investigated a number of issues at the agency that agitated senior Trump administration officials but it remains unclear what specifically triggered his ouster..
Yahoo News: Trump says he is considering restoring small fraction of WHO funding..
Despite warnings from the World Health Organization, Trump blames the group for just how bad the coronavirus crisis got..
Bloomberg: Oil Rises Above $30 for First Time in Two Months on Output Cuts..
But there’s still a risk that oil’s recovery could be derailed..
CBS News: Several firefighters hurt while fleeing explosion in downtown Los Angeles..
More than 230 firefighters were called to battle the blaze..
Fox News: Judge blocks North Carolina Gov. Cooper’s rule limiting indoor religious service amid coronavirus..
A federal judge in North Carolina has blocked Gov. Roy Cooper’s executive order that limits indoor religious services to just 10 people during the coronavirus outbreak, ruling that there is “no pandemic exception” to the U.S. Constitution..
NBC News: Number of coronavirus deaths in U.S. surpasses 90,000..
U.S. death toll for COVID-19 has risen above 90,000, according to an NBC News tally.
Reuters: SoftBank proposes three new board members as Alibaba's Jack Ma resigns.
SoftBank Group Corp said on Monday that Alibaba co-founder Jack Ma will resign from its board, in the latest departure by a high-profile ally of CEO Masayoshi Son..
AFP News Agency: Israel swears in unity govt, PM insists on West Bank annexation..
Israel's parliament has sworn in a new unity government led by Prime Minister Netanyahu and his former rival Benny Gantz, ending the longest political crisis in the nation's history..
Global News: Canada’s coronavirus cases almost at 77K as death toll climbs to 5,782..
There are now a total of 76,993 cases of COVID-19 in Canada, with a majority of cases and deaths stemming from Quebec and Ontario..
BBC News: India extends coronavirus lockdown by two weeks..
It is the fourth time the has world's largest lockdown has been extended, but there are signs that restrictions have started to be eased..
Yahoo News: Pelosi - 'No red lines' for bill to help struggling state and local governments..
Reuters Business: Italy to reopen shops, restaurants as lockdown eases further..
Al Jazeera News: Iran warns US against disrupting fuel shipments to Venezuela..
Sky News: The head of Heathrow has backed "immunity passports" being rolled out to let people jet off on holiday sooner..
AP Health & Science: The U.S. military launches its X-37B space plane on a secret mission..
TIME: Fred Willard, comedic actor who starred in ‘Anchorman’ and ‘Best in Show,’ dies at 86..
Bloomberg: Trump Says the Return of Sports Is Essential for Country’s ‘Psyche’..
“We want big stadiums loaded with people,” Trump said. “We don’t want 15,000 people watching Alabama-LSU.”..
Fox News: Canadian Forces Snowbirds jet crashes, bursts into flames; 1 dead, 1 seriously hurt..
A Canadian Forces Snowbird jet that was scheduled to perform a flyover to honor first responders during the coronavirus pandemic crashed into the roof of a house and burst into flames Sunday in Kamloops, British Columbia..
Daily Mail: Homelessness in the US could increase by 45 percent and reach 800,000 people by the start of summer, says study..