Elon Musk wants SpaceX to launch the next generation of space telescopes - CNET
Musk also tries to assure scientists his Starlink satellites won't ruin the sky as many fear, and says he'd like to help send more observatories into orbit.
White House to announce testing partnership with drugstore chains - POLITICO
CVS expects to have 1,000 testing locations that can conduct 1.5 million tests per month up and running by the end of May.
Isiah Thomas still justifiably hurt about Dream Team snub as rumors involving Michael Jordan persist - CBS Sports
Thomas, who addressed the topic on Monday morning, said being left off 'is the biggest hole in my resume'
The Fed says it is expanding its municipal bond buying program - CNBC
The central bank said the facility now will buy debt from counties and states with populations of at least 500,000 and cities with 250,000 residents or more.
Dow Jones Retakes This Key Support Level In Coronavirus Stock Market Rally - Investor's Business Daily
The Dow Jones industrials rallied more than 350 points to retake a key support line for the first time since the coronavirus stock market crash began.
LSU's Mr. Irrelevant: $31 million and counting - 247Sports
What's it like to be Mr. Irrelevant in an LSU signing class? If recent history is any indication, it means an NFL future is in store.
Deal: Get $40 off the Google Pixel Buds 2 - Android Authority
This method requires a weird trick, but it will save you $40 on a brand new product!
Cuomo: New York deaths "tragically high" but lowest daily toll of April - CBS News
Cuomo said parts of upstate New York could reopen as soon as May 15 under a phased reopening plan.
Texas' stay-at-home order to expire Thursday, businesses to reopen in phases starting Friday - Fox News
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott detailed plans on Monday to reopen the state for business amid the coronavirus pandemic – allowing places like retail stores, restaurants and movie theaters to open up to customers at a limited capacity by Friday May 1.
Britain's Boris Johnson, Recovered From Coronavirus, Returns to Work - The New York Times
The British prime minister, newly recovered from the coronavirus, says easing social-distancing rules too quickly would be dangerous.
The casts of The Goonies, Friday Night Lights, and Melrose Place are all reuniting - The A.V. Club
The casts of classic TV shows and movies are all reuniting, with the stars of Melrose Place, The Goonies, and Friday Night Lights being some of the most recent examples.
Report: Two People Recall Tara Reade Describing Assault or Harassment by Joe Biden - Slate
The latest report, the first on-the-record corroboration from someone other than Reade’s brother, adds to a mounting body of evidence.
Supreme Court sides with insurers in Obamacare case that leaves government on the hook for $12 billion - CNBC
The Supreme Court ruled on Monday that the government has to pay a $12 billion debt owed to insurance companies that participated in a program that existed in the first years of the Affordable Care Act, the health-care overhaul law known as Obamacare.
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