NATION: A federal appeals court in Virginia allowed an emoluments lawsuit against Trump to continue.
NEWS: Thought you could still park downtown all day without paying for it? Think again.
U.S. death toll
Almost 86,000 people nationwide have died from COVID-19. (Johns Hopkins University)
Testing herd immunity
Sweden, a country that went all-in with a herd immunity strategy to fighting COVID-19, hasn't experienced as severe an outbreak as other European nations. But they've also logged an extraordinary increase in deaths. (New York Times)
The House is voting today on a $3 trillion coronavirus relief package. But President Trump has threatened to veto it. (New York Times)
Antibody tests for two Snohomish County residents raise questions about whether COVID-19 arrived in the U.S. earlier than previously thought. (Seattle Times)
With much of the country reopening amidst the pandemic, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a brief six pages of advice for schools, businesses and other sectors. (Washington Post)
Local covid death
Another resident at the Spokane Veterans Home has died from COVID-19 after being hospitalized. He's the ninth resident at the facility to die from the virus. (Spokesman-Review)
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Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is funneling millions in coronavirus aid intended for public schools and colleges to private and religious educational institutions. (New York Times)
Ads, ads, ads
The pandemic is sending the economy into a tailspin. But with traditional election campaigning out of the question, spending on political ads is expected to skyrocket. (Politico)