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Ellis Marsalis, jazz pianist, educator and patriarch of the Marsalis family, has died. His music students included Terence Blanchard, Donald Harrison, Harry Connick, Jr., and 4 of his sons.

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New Survey Shows Manufacturing Activity Slumped In March

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New York city's death toll from COVID-19 now exceeds 1,000.

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This morning, the state of Maryland awakens to what's become the new normal for areas of the country hardest hit by the coronavirus. A stay-at-home directive issued by Republican Governor Larry Hogan took effect last night.

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Well, we better get used to social distancing.

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The crowd at Clement's Place is primed. The acclaimed vibraphonist Stefon Harris and his band, Blackout, are onstage in this snug jazz club on the campus of Rutgers University in Newark, N.J. Harris has high ambitions. He seeks to use his instrument and his already considerable reputation to change the way people relate to each other — to create empathy. But on this night, he's also there to play.

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China, of course, is the place where the coronavirus first struck in large numbers, and the Trump administration has been eager to point that out, pinning the blame on China for the spread of the disease. Here is Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.

News Brief: Social Distancing, COVID-19 Modeling, New York Deaths

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It looks like we better get used to social distancing.

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British Prime Minister Tests Positive For COVID-19

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Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson has tested positive for the coronavirus. Here he is.

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