Headlines Edition

Monday headlines: Rekindling.

In the absence of meaningful national leadership, the public’s response to the coronavirus “will stand as a remarkable moment of national mobilization.”

Regarding leadership: Mr. Trump is no stranger to crisis. He has spent a lifetime grappling with bankruptcy, fending off creditors, evading tax collectors, defending lawsuits, deflecting regulators, spinning reporters and dueling with estranged wives...

The New York Stock Exchange goes fully electronic, with its trading floor empty for the first time ever.

Hong Kong appeared to have the coronavirus under control, then it let its guard down.

By one calculation, reductions in air pollution in China caused by the coronavirus may have saved twenty times more lives in China than have currently been lost.

How are famous and/or wealthy people getting tested for the coronavirus? Through private physicians and “concierge” doctors.

How not to be a jerk while ordering groceries during a pandemic.

Employees of UPS, FedEx and XPO say there’s too much work and too few workers to be able to stay home when they’re sick.

Eating disorders thrive in silence. “This is kind of like the perfect storm for that silence to get as loud as humanly possible.”

Examples of good, bad, and weird emails received recently from corporations. Also, is everyone really writing a coronavirus novel right now?

To bypass some countries’ internet censorship, reporters publish forbidden articles in a virtual library inside Minecraft. 

Audible offers free stories and books for kids, including titles across six different languages. Related: Astronaut Scott Kelly offers tips on being isolated.

New York City says if you want to have sex, have sex with yourself or your roommates.

Diary of a single mother virtual-dating while rekindling things with her ex-husband during the coronavirus.

“I used to be the loneliest man at the farmer’s market.” Beans are booming.

Canadian scientists have discovered a fragment of an ancient continent, suggesting that it was 10% larger than previously thought.

A poem to begin your week: “When I Am Among the Trees” by Mary Oliver.