As the U.S. COVID-19 death toll nears 100,000, the New York Times filled today's front page with names of the dead. Waves as high as 26 feet are expected to slam the western coast of Australia along with what's left of tropical cyclone Mangga. And a survey of 96,000 coronavirus patients around the world indicates that those taking hydroxychloroquine, which President Trump says he's taking, are less likely to survive.
In the week ahead: This weekend is the start of Eid-al-Fitr, the feast marking the end of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. Monday is Memorial Day in the U.S. And "We Are One," starting Friday, features films from the world's top festivals, including Cannes and Sundance.
Tune in: In challenging times like these, learn how pioneering celebrities like Paralympic snowboarder Amy Purdy and hip-hop star Sophia Chang battled through adversity to thrive on Defining Moments With OZY on Hulu.