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Saturday, March 28, 2020 8:33 PM ET

Christian Science Monitor - US News

The other first responders: local journalists - It's one of the paradoxes of the coronavirus crisis. Local papers are going under even as readership soars.

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Focus - When tornadoes are only the first of your worries - The coronavirus has complicated Nashville's tornado recovery, but residents are getting creative about how to help each other.

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First Look - House passes $2.2T rescue package, rushes bill to Trump - The House on Friday passed a $2.2 trillion package tossing a life preserver to a U.S. economy, even as one maverick Republican threatened leaders' plans for swift passage.

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Zoom Shabbat, drive-through confessional: Faith during coronavirus - During a pandemic, what does it mean to come together and pray? Many religions are wrestling with how to serve their faith while heeding guidelines.

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Troops on streets? Not so fast. US military sends hospital ships. -- The call-up of the National Guard to support states' coronavirus response has fueled martial law speculation that the Pentagon is anxious to tamp down.

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Education Watch -- Graduation, interrupted: A senior reflects on college's abrupt end -- The novel coronavirus seemed far away months ago. Now college dorms are empty. For seniors anticipating graduation, it's canceled or in question.

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First Look -- Meet the masterminds behind Biden's surge: women operatives -- Insiders say Joe Biden's campaign success is being engineered by a cadre of politically savvy women who know how to avoid the pitfalls and celebrate the successes important to female voters.

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The Explainer -- Could Trump end lockdowns? Three legal issues. -- Local, state, and federal actions to protect public health amid the coronavirus crisis have taken place under a variety of laws and regulations.

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Politics Watch -- Why politics matters – especially now

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First Look -- Chicago hotels open doors to patients to ease hospital crowding -- The agreement between the city and five volunteer hotels is the first of its kind in the nation, helping both overwhelmed hospitals and empty hotels. The arrangement is intended for those with mild symptoms in quarantine, or those waiting for test results.

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Coronavirus test: What makes a good leader in times of crisis? -- At heart, the coronavirus pandemic has profoundly tested America's multitiered system of governance, surfacing different models of leadership.

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First Look -- White House, Senate agree on historic $2 trillion rescue bill -- After five days of arduous talks, the White House and Senate leaders put their party politics aside to agree on a bipartisan $2 trillion emergency bill – the largest economic rescue measure in history.

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First Look -- Golf world putts along, with new social distancing regulations -- Golf courses have mostly stayed open amid the coronavirus outbreak, arguing that the nature of the sport makes it a low-risk escape. Additional sanitation measures have also been implemented.

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Coronavirus generation gap: Mom fights to keep kids – and grandma – home -- For those in Generation X who are taking care of both their parents and their children, the coronavirus pandemic is posing a major challenge.

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