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The Wall Street Journal

From @WSJopinion: The U.S. State Department proposes Maduro and Guaidó both step aside and make way for free elections in Venezuela, writes U.S. Special Representative for Venezuela Elliott Abrams on.wsj.com/2xKI32T
Food banks are struggling with increased demand and a decline in resources and volunteers amid the coronavirus crisis. Here's how you can help. on.wsj.com/2JvNV2X
The FDA ordered that the popular heartburn drug Zantac and other ranitidine generics be pulled from the market immediately, saying levels of a possible cancer-causing chemical found last year in some ranitidine products increases over time on.wsj.com/3bEDEx6
In a city that worships food and drink—but has closed bars—New Orleans finds a way on.wsj.com/2WZbHfy
Airline vouchers don’t help pay the rent when you lose your job on.wsj.com/3aAjOD3
Asked about calls to stop some flights, President Trump said he was “certainly looking at” putting temporary restrictions on air travel on.wsj.com/3bK7vEx
"Basically almost as soon as the crisis started, [China] had a propaganda battle to win on this." Beijing is using its coronavirus response to assert great-power status. on.wsj.com/2WZNXI8
Democrats are pushing for billions in federal funds to expand voting by mail this November, as presidential and congressional election deadlines approach amid the coronavirus pandemic on.wsj.com/39EgBRM
A public-health disaster of this magnitude always has more than one cause, our columnist writes on.wsj.com/2R484RF
The FTC is suing Altria to unwind its $12.8 billion investment in Juul, alleging that the Marlboro maker violated antitrust laws in the 2018 deal on.wsj.com/3dLuxwH
If you're reading this from your childhood bedroom, you're not alone. Hear the stories of young professionals who have moved home due to the coronavirus pandemic. on.wsj.com/2wU2P03
Forget waiting months—or years—to give someone your house key. For some young couples, shacking up after weeks of dating is akin to a trial honeymoon. on.wsj.com/2UBA818
Are you under 35 and sick with or recovered from Covid-19? We want to hear your story, big or small. Tell us here: on.wsj.com/2X2avrU
New Orleans, where "restraint" isn’t in the dictionary, reinvents hospitality for coronavirus times on.wsj.com/39xBSg4
The Treasury Department plans to hire three Wall Street banks for help with the airline portion of the $2 trillion stimulus bill on.wsj.com/3dOruE3
From @WSJopinion: We need to examine the failures that led to this crisis so it never happens again, writes @BillGalston on.wsj.com/3427DMV
The Wall Street Journal está ofreciendo información en español sobre Covid-19, sus síntomas y cómo protegerte on.wsj.com/39GN1vb
National Park Service closes Grand Canyon after decision to keep it open was criticized by local officials and the Navajo nation on.wsj.com/3426ogR
As the coronavirus pandemic forces people around the world to stay inside, communities are finding creative ways to connect with each other #WSJWhatsNow
Dr. Anthony Fauci has been a leader since he was the captain of a high-school basketball team. We talked to his old teammates about the point guard they called Fauch. on.wsj.com/2xJAcmw
Having trouble with the knotty dialect of the British gangsters of “Peaky Blinders” or in "The Sopranos"? Fans of closed captioning aren't. on.wsj.com/2ytKDel
🎧 Listen: In today's episode of The Journal podcast,@MattWirzz explains why companies that have taken on more and more risky debt over the last five years could make things much worse for an economy already in turmoilon.wsj.com/2ylY4g41
Andrew Sherman, a Covid-19 survivor, is finally starting to feel better. One of the first things he did during his recovery: volunteer to donate blood plasma to help seriously ill patients fight the disease. on.wsj.com/349uWEQ
Wimbledon won’t return until 2021. It might be time to recalibrate our expectations for other sports, writes columnist @jasongay. on.wsj.com/2yltyTy
With the coronavirus crisis, airlines have imposed new policies that may violate federal rules on.wsj.com/2yqOPLM
Dr. Craig Smith started writing a daily update to his colleagues. They’re no longer his only readers. His emails have become essential dispatches from the front lines. on.wsj.com/2wRAQxW
From @WSJopinion: “Every college student in America feels as stranded as I do.” How students are coping with the coronavirus crisis on.wsj.com/3409fXL
Watch live coverage of today's White House coronavirus briefing on.wsj.com/2yu4sSN
Zoom Video is suddenly stretched to the limits by mass popularity during coronavirus pandemic on.wsj.com/2JuNohx
"This event was the great accelerator.” How one soccer match turbocharged coronavirus in Italy and brought an entire region to its knees. on.wsj.com/2R3zs2f
A New Yorker cooking at home for the first time. A father "parenting by snippets" while battling Covid-19. A Berlin woman whose dog gets her outside. Here, what life in quarantine looks like for people around the world. on.wsj.com/2UyeH0E
The Dow industrials began the second quarter with a nearly 1,000-point loss on.wsj.com/2X7RP9U
Why are face masks so hard to come by in the U.S.? @WSJheard explains why missteps and vulnerable global supply chains have left it without the equipment necessary to protect its citizens from the coronavirus #WSJWhatsNow on.wsj.com/2w45DHt
As coronavirus spreads, many Americans are creating closed circles of family or select friends to form in-person “safety networks” on.wsj.com/3aCSGDB
What’s the best disinfectant to use in your home? @BethDeCarbo has the details #WSJWhatsNow on.wsj.com/2QJLqxW
Many are dying unseen and uncounted, a Wall Street Journal analysis shows, as Italy’s stretched health-care system struggles to save the living and accurately gauge the human cost on.wsj.com/2wWwHc5
Flight attendants urged federal officials not to make grants to airlines contingent on government stakes, saying they believe executives would refuse, costing jobs in the hard-hit industry on.wsj.com/3bA0Blg
From @WSJopinion: Companies are coming together to produce ventilators, masks, testing kits and other products needed to fight the new coronavirus—and none of it took government force, writes Rick Kline Jr. on.wsj.com/2UwXoNI
“I am terrified right now. I have $300 in my bank account,” said a laid-off bartender who has been trying to file for unemployment benefits on.wsj.com/2WZTtKY
The number of accredited one-year M.B.A. programs has surged more than 250% as young professionals become less willing to pause their careers for a two-year degree on.wsj.com/3bGVGPn
Florida Gov. DeSantis issued a statewide order limiting movement to essential services. He had previously left stay-at-home orders to local officials. on.wsj.com/2R371Sd
“This is a recipe for really bad things to happen.” In West Virginia, hospitals brace for an influx of older and sicker Covid patients, straining already limited rural resources. on.wsj.com/2R4HSGz
Trump is set to meet Friday with the heads of some of the largest U.S. oil companies to discuss helping the industry, people familiar with the matter say on.wsj.com/2JIxe4t
"You do what you can till you can do what you want." An entrepreneur applying to deliver pizzas. A laid off insurance professional working part-time at Amazon. How coronavirus has brought networking and job seekers to a standstill. on.wsj.com/2wWdabL
#WSJWhatsNow: U.S. stocks decline a day after the Dow industrials closed out their worst first quarter on record
Actors who mumble, whisper or talk over each other? That isn't any problem for the legions of TV viewers who use closed captioning all the time. on.wsj.com/2UB2YhO
Many local residents want the Grand Canyon closed, worried that visitors will spread the coronavirus. “I find it infuriating and irresponsible that they have not closed the park yet.” on.wsj.com/2UypmIG
In the Big Easy, the virus makes having fun hard. But locals give it their best shot. on.wsj.com/2wawdyU
Washington state signed into law the most detailed regulations of facial recognition in the U.S., allowing government agencies to use the technology, with restrictions that could serve as a model for other states on.wsj.com/2Jslind
Unlike many other spring and summer events, Wimbledon chose not to join the hunt for alternative dates in the fall. on.wsj.com/2Jx61Bq
 
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