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Former President Barack Obama delivered a virtual commencement address on Saturday, urging the tens of thousands of graduates from historically black colleges and universities to "seize the initiative" amid what he described as a lack of leadership from leaders in the United States to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Economist Emily Oster and epidemiologist Julia Marcus answer listener questions about social distancing beyond an all-or-nothing approach.

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Economist Emily Oster and epidemiologist Julia Marcus answer listener questions about social distancing beyond an all-or-nothing approach.

Like many other artists, Jason Isbell has had to think on his feet the last few months. Reunions, his new album with his band the 400 Unit — which comprises of Sadler Vaden, Jimbo Hart, Derry deBorja, Chad Gamble and Amanda Shires — came out today on streaming platforms, but that's not the first place it landed. Isbell and company released it a week early to independent record stores to support them during the pandemic.

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If you're looking for some laughs this weekend, don't count on a new episode of "Saturday Night Live." The sketch comedy show just ended its current season. NPR census reporter Hansi Lo Wang noted a particular sketch missing this year.

One month ago, the White House announced principles for reopening the country. Soon after, governors who felt they weren't getting enough federal guidance banded together to coordinate regional reopening plans.

Michigan's Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, for example, told NPR last month that she'd been in regular contact with the governors of Illinois, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Ohio.

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Manners expert and the Washington Post contributor Steven Petrow answers listener questions on how to handle sensitive issues around health and safety with people with no eye-to-eye contact.

Psychiatry professors Sonia Ancoli-Israel of the University of California and Christina McCrae of the University of Missouri take listener questions about managing anxiety.

School hasn't ended yet in most places around the country. But educators are already grappling with what the next academic year will look like, as the future spread of the coronavirus in the U.S. remains unclear.

This week, California State University — the largest four-year public college system in the country — announced it plans to suspend in-person classes for its roughly 480,000 students for the semester beginning in August and move most instruction online.

The university system consists of 23 campuses, covering an 800-mile swath of the state.

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NPR's chief economics correspondent takes listener questions about the state of the U.S. economy during the coronavirus pandemic.

NPR's chief economics correspondent takes listener questions about the state of the U.S. economy during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Unemployment is mounting. The economy keeps falling deeper into a recession — or worse. The coronavirus continues to spread. But car sales surprisingly are climbing.

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