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Monday Headlines: Hotspots.

On Saturday, Florida reported at least 15,299 new COVID-19 cases, a new record for the most new cases in a single day in any state.

Now with no active coronavirus cases, New Zealand lifts most restrictions, though its borders remain closed to foreigners.

New York City has reported its first day with zero confirmed or probable COVID-19 deaths since the start of the pandemic.

Related: Upstate New York sees an uptick in coronavirus cases after a group traveled to Albany from Atlanta.

A month ago, Corpus Christi, Texas, had a low caseload and no mask requirements. After Texans flooded the beachfront city in hopes of vacations, it's now one of the fastest-growing outbreaks in the state.

"Non-white and Hispanic Americans under age 65 are dying in greater numbers than white people in that age group."

By commuting Roger Stone's sentence, Trump has crossed a line even Nixon wouldn't—pardoning in exchange for crimes—though he considered it.

Stone says he now wants to "exonerate" Michael Flynn, who twice pleaded guilty to charges of lying to the FBI.

With Trump's campaign hitting a rough patch, it wouldn't be unsurprising for him to tap the most experienced presidential campaign advisor he knows: Roger Stone.

In an op-ed, Robert Mueller responds to Trump's commutation of Stone's sentence: "He will not go to prison. But his conviction stands."

Responding to the op-ed, Lindsay Graham tweets that the Senate Judiciary Committee will call Mueller to testify about his investigation.

Trump has reportedly tasked his chief of staff with finding leakers.

The US Roman Catholic Church used a new exemption to acquire at least $1.4 billion in federal relief funds.

The St. Louis couple that became infamous for brandishing firearms at protestors has a long history of suing their neighbors.

The US is set to move ahead with its first federal execution in 17 years.

Los Angeles Apparel violated health guidelines and refused to shut down two months ago. Now 300 employees have contracted COVID-19, and four have died.

The NHL will return this summer, but only in Canada, where coronavirus infection rates are under control.

Washington, DC's NFL team will finally change its name and logo.

"Q: But if I did have it, I’d have antibodies, right? A: Absolutely. Maybe. Do you have them? Q: I don’t know yet. A: You should get a test." An unhelpful FAQ from Dave Eggers on coronavirus testing.