President’s Campaign Calls Sessions ‘Delusional’ for Tying Himself to Trump by BY MAGGIE HABERMAN AND ANNIE KARNI

By BY MAGGIE HABERMAN AND ANNIE KARNI In an unusual letter, President Trump’s campaign said that Jeff Sessions, who is running to reclaim his Senate seat in Alabama, was misleading the public. Published: April 2, 2020 at 10:39PM

3 Art Gallery Shows to Explore From Home by BY ROBERTA SMITH, WILL HEINRICH AND JASON FARAGO

By BY ROBERTA SMITH, WILL HEINRICH AND JASON FARAGO Galleries and museums are getting creative about presenting work online during the coronavirus crisis. Here are some shows worth viewing virtually. Published: April 2, 2020 at 10:05PM

Touting Virus Cure, ‘Simple Country Doctor’ Becomes a Right-Wing Star by BY KEVIN ROOSE AND MATTHEW ROSENBERG

By BY KEVIN ROOSE AND MATTHEW ROSENBERG How Dr. Vladimir Zelenko’s claims for his coronavirus treatment spread from a New York village all the way to President Trump. Published: April 2, 2020 at 09:56PM

‘The Fields Heal Everyone’: Post-Soviet Leaders’ Coronavirus Denial by BY ANDREW E. KRAMER

By BY ANDREW E. KRAMER The heads of several former Soviet republics have persisted in playing down the severity of the coronavirus pandemic, with some also promoting unproven folk remedies. Published: April 2, 2020 at 09:04PM

Under Modi, India’s Press Is Not So Free Anymore by BY VINDU GOEL, JEFFREY GETTLEMAN AND SAUMYA KHANDELWAL

By BY VINDU GOEL, JEFFREY GETTLEMAN AND SAUMYA KHANDELWAL India’s government has pressured advertisers and even shut down channels to shape the information that 1.3 billion Indians receive. It’s part of a wider assault on dissent. Published: April 2, 2020 at 06:40PM

A Widening Toll on Jobs: ‘This Thing Is Going to Come for Us All’ by BY BEN CASSELMAN AND PATRICIA COHEN

By BY BEN CASSELMAN AND PATRICIA COHEN After the initial impact of shutdowns on a few industries, the coronavirus pandemic is leaving a much broader swath of unemployment. Published: April 2, 2020 at 06:09PM

A Feature on Zoom Secretly Displayed Data From People’s LinkedIn Profiles by BY AARON KROLIK AND NATASHA SINGER

By BY AARON KROLIK AND NATASHA SINGER After an inquiry from Times reporters, Zoom said it would disable a data-mining feature that could be used to snoop on participants during meetings without their knowledge. Published: April 2, 2020 at 05:53PM

E.U. Court Rules 3 Countries Violated Agreement to Take In Refugees by BY MATINA STEVIS-GRIDNEFF AND MONIKA PRONCZUK

By BY MATINA STEVIS-GRIDNEFF AND MONIKA PRONCZUK Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic failed to live up to their end of a European Union deal to distribute 160,000 asylum seekers who had arrived in Greece and Italy, the court said. Published: April 2, 2020 at 03:37PM

How Will Biden Choose a Running Mate? Look to the Obama Model by BY KATIE GLUECK, ALEXANDER BURNS AND JONATHAN MARTIN

By BY KATIE GLUECK, ALEXANDER BURNS AND JONATHAN MARTIN Joe Biden and his associates are consulting allies, Eric Holder and Barack Obama as he weighs his options — including a woman of color — for the Democratic candidate for vice president. Published: April 2, 2020 at 02:30PM

In Slum at Epicenter of Duterte’s Drug Crackdown, Fear and Love Coexist by BY AURORA ALMENDRAL AND HANNAH REYES MORALES

By BY AURORA ALMENDRAL AND HANNAH REYES MORALES At the height of President Rodrigo Duterte’s anti-crime campaign, as many as five people a night were killed in Market Three, a Manila slum whose residents rely only on each other. Published: April 2, 2020 at 12:30PM

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