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🚨 Situational awareness: Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell panned President Trump's idea to fund infrastructure investment in the next stimulus bill during a call with Republican senators, scoops Axios' Jonathan Swan.
Illustration: Sarah Grillo/Axios
It's not just you. People around the world are having their dreams invaded — and sleep sabotaged — as the coronavirus pandemic upends our daily lives.
The big picture: Harvard professor Deirdre Barrett tells the AP that most of us are having anxiety dreams, perhaps overwhelmed by "stand-ins for the virus: swarms of bugs, slithering worms, witches, grasshoppers with fangs."
Talking about your dreams, given the emotional vulnerability attached, can help jump-start your connections with others during this isolating period of history, Swansea University professor Mark Blagrove told Vice.
The Navy's Blue Angels and Air Force Thunderbirds flew over New York City this afternoon to honor first responders.
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A mound of french fries in Antwerp in happier times. Photo: Barrie Fanton/Education Images/Universal Images Group via Getty Images
Hundreds of thousands of pounds of potatoes are at risk unless Belgians eat more french fries during the coronavirus crisis, Romain Cools, the secretary-general of the country's potato industry group, told CNBC.
The big picture: Frozen potatoes account for 75% of Belgium's potato processing capacity, and demand has been crushed with restaurants shuttered and freezers filled up.