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  • Bernie Sanders said he had talked to Elizabeth Warren and that she told him she was “assessing her campaign.” He also said he was “disgusted” by the vitriol directed at her by some of his supporters.
  • Slate has a coronavirus travel guide.
  • At least Republican Rep. Matt Gaetz is having a laugh about this whole coronavirus panic thing.
  • The release of No Time To Die has been delayed from April to November because of coronavirus.
  • CJR writes about why browsing websites sucks so much these days: "It all happened in the way that decline generally happens in American culture, which is one anxious, hopeful, cynical capitulation at a time. We have compressed and corroded and finally collapsed what used to be the core of a publication—its relationship with its readers, and the basic notion that one should not make it hard for them to read."
  • The Times spoke to six Americans who were infected with coronavirus—including two men who started an adorable friendship as a result.
  • Twitter is finally introducing their own version of Instagram stories, called "Fleets."
  • This is the most important Spinal Tap-worthy interview you'll watch this year.
  • Here's a heartbreaking piece about the humiliating, infuriating aftermath of an antisemitic incident at a NJ school.
  • Batman has a hot new Batmobile in The Batman.
  • A bus driver was captured on video spitting in a woman's face in front of her kids in Brooklyn.
  • The Dixie Chicks released the first single from their upcoming album, their first in 14 years.
  • And finally, what friendship: