HEADLINES: • Trump stops WHO funding, accusing it of covering up outbreak
• CDC - Cloth face coverings help prevent spread of COVID-19 • Non-profits accuse U.K. government of neglecting the elderly..
TIME: At least 19 killed as strong storms batter southern U.S.
Fox News: Lawmakers push back against Trump by introducing resolution saying president’s authority ‘is not total’..
A group of House members authored a new one-sentence resolution to remind President Trump of the limits on his power and challenged anyone in the House to vote against it.
Sub-Saharan Africa’s gross domestic product is expected to contract 1.6% this year, compared 3.1% growth last year, as the coronavirus pandemic wrecks the region’s economies, the International Monetary Fund said.
MSNBC: Americans are starting to receive their cash payments via direct deposits, part of the $2T bill passed by Congress to stimulate the economy.
NBC News Health: Coronavirus - Trump stops WHO funding, accusing it of covering up outbreak
Reuters: The United Arab Emirates (UAE) Ministry of Economy said on Sunday it was cutting fees for 94 of its services to reduce the cost of business and support the economy amid the coronavirus outbreak.
NBC News: Oprah stresses seriousness of coronavirus for the black community: "It's taking us out."
CNBC: Bank of America survey shows highest cash positions since 9/11 attacks, demand for end to buybacks
New York real estate mogul Stanley Chera, a friend of President Trump, died Saturday from complications of coronavirus, according to a source close to the Trump family.
Yahoo News: Cuomo warns of constitutional crisis 'like you haven't seen in decades' if Trump tries to reopen New York
AP Europe: Non-profits accuse U.K. government of neglecting the elderly as statistics reveal hundreds of nursing home residents weren’t counted in daily virus death tolls. The reports “are airbrushing older people out like they don’t matter,” one charity leader said.
CDC: Wear a cloth face covering to slow the spread of coronavirus. Growing evidence suggests the virus can spread:
• Before people show symptoms (pre-symptomatic) and
• From people who have the virus but never show symptoms (asymptomatic).
Cloth face coverings help prevent spread of COVID-19 in these situations.
Three pastors are suing California officials over directives that have prevented worshipers from attending church services
U.S. movie theater operators, who were forced to shut their doors in March to help slow the coronavirus spread, are aiming to welcome back crowds across the country by late July for a belated kickoff to the summer movie season.
Epidemiologists believe that if properly employed, testing and tracing can allow the U.S. to open some businesses and relax social distancing requirements.
Investors have been hoarding cash at a rate not seen since the immediate aftermath of the attack on the World Trade Center in Sept 2001, BofA's April fund manager survey showed, as the coronavirus roiled global financial markets.
ABC News: A Florida man is under arrest for allegedly killing his wife and attempting to cover up the crime by using her phone to send texts that appeared to come from her, telling family and friends that she was in quarantine after contracting the coronavirus.
Bloomberg: Australia’s cash-strapped sports leagues are pushing to resume play in empty stadiums as early as next month in the hope of staving off financial ruin
Daily Caller: Hunter Biden pledged in October that he would resign from the board of Chinese private equity firm BHR Partners. Business records accessed by the Daily Caller News Foundation Tuesday show that he is still listed as a board member.
New York Daily: Wyndham Lathem, a former professor and plague expert in jail for allegedly carrying out a s*x-murder fantasy, wants to join the fight against coronavirus.
People: Game of Thrones' Kristofer Hivju Reveals He Has 'Fully Recovered' from Coronavirus: 'Safe and Sound'..