Here's what you missed.
Republican Sen. Susan Collins was a bastion of independence and moderation in Congress for more than two decades — but those days are long over. The brilliant Rebecca Traister digs deep into what changed. (The Cut, ~37 min.)
Protective face masks are selling like crazy right now, but what happens if the coronavirus turns into a global pandemic? The owner of a Texas medical supply company sounded the alarm years ago. (Washington Post, ~9 min.)
Oregon’s mental healthcare system was ranked among the top in the nation. Then Anthony Montwheeler killed two people, just after he’d been released from state oversight. What on earth happened? (Rolling Stone, ~35 min.)
On the road to Bond with Ana de Armas, the breakout Cuban star of Knives Out. (Vanity Fair, ~15 min.)
Why the differences between Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders matter. (The Atlantic, ~5 min.)
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