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Monday Headlines: Wha’ happened?

Nearly 90,000 people in the US have now died of COVID-19.

The White House introduces a plan to develop and manufacture hundreds of millions of COVID-19 vaccine doses by the end of the year.

Brazil now has the fourth-highest number of confirmed coronavirus cases—after the US, Russia, and the UK.

With two consecutive quarters of negative GDP, Japan is now technically in a recession.

Germany is saving jobs through its "short work" program, credited with helping the nation recover quickly from the 2008 recession.

The Secret Service is investigating a crime ring using stolen identities to file for unemployment benefits.

"The total price tag for averting another Great Depression could be about $10 trillion."

Federal Reserve Chairman Powell: "It should be a much shorter downturn than you would associate with the 1930s."

At the current pace, Jeff Bezos is on track to become the first trillionaire.

"It's probably the most important assembly in their history." For the first time, the 73rd annual World Health Assembly will be held by teleconference.

Some students taking AP tests online are experiencing technical glitches that render their results invalid, and mean they'll need to retake the exams next month.

A Texas high school is holding this week's commencement at a drive-in movie theater.

Even if stadiums open in the fall, fans will be reluctant to travel, making little financial sense for college football games at neutral sites.

Actor Fred Willard, well known for his roles in Christopher Guest mockumentaries, has died at 86.

Phil May, lead singer of the Pretty Things, who influenced Bowie and Nirvana, has died at 75.

"Your brain is confused about what time zone it’s supposed to be in." How to sleep when you have pandemic-influenced anxiety.