Good afternoon: Today's PM — edited by Justin Green — is 358 words, a 1.5-minute read.
Situational awareness: Supreme Court puts a hold on the release of secret Mueller grand jury testimony to the House of Representatives.
Illustration: Sarah Grillo/Axios
Not every graduation in America is going virtual this year.
Why it matters: Health officials fear large gatherings could result in coronavirus spread, especially since many people are contagious before experiencing symptoms.
Between the lines: Health officials keep warning against large gatherings, but the ceremonies are outdoors with fewer guests and more space, plus face masks are provided.
The big picture: Texas is charting a similar path after Gov. Greg Abbott said outdoor graduations are permissible starting May 29.
The bottom line: These graduations are good examples of the temptations Americans will face — and the lengths they'll go to preserve some sense of normal — until a vaccine is widely available.
In hard-hit Italy, a visitor views a room at the Galleria Borghese museum in Rome. Italy's lockdown is easing after over two months.