Trump says U.S. will purchase $3 billion in agricultural products from farmers
The Hill: President Donald Trump announced Saturday that the U.S. will buy $3 billion in agricultural products from American farmers starting early this week. “Starting early next week, at my order, the USA will be purchasing, from our Farmers, Ranchers & Specialty Crop Growers, 3 Billion Dollars worth of Dairy, Meat & Produce for Food Lines & Kitchens. ‘FARMERS TO FAMILY FOOD BOX’ Great news for all!” Trump said in a tweet to his followers.

Top Trump advisers say unemployment rate could surpass 20%, job market could worsen
Washington Post: Two of President Donald Trump’s top economic advisers projected Sunday that unemployment will climb as the coronavirus pandemic continues its sweep across the United States, with one official predicting that the unemployment rate will jump to 20% by next month. The statements from White House economic adviser Kevin Hassett and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin came three days after the Labor Department reported its highest unemployment figures since the Great Depression, and as the U.S. death toll from the coronavirus surpassed 79,000.

Elon Musk lashes out at officials keeping Tesla plant closed over virus
New York Times: Elon Musk and local health officials in California clashed on Saturday over the timing of the reopening of Tesla’s factory in Fremont, with the company’s chief executive pushing for an immediate return and the county’s government seeking a delay of about a week. In a series of tweets, Musk said he would move the company’s headquarters out of California to Texas or Nevada.

Predicted COVID death toll rises with states reopening and more people moving around
CNN: A leading model has increased its U.S. coronavirus death toll projection again as governors continue lifting measures toward a reopening. The model from the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington now forecasts more than 137,000 Americans will die by early August. That rise is largely due to Americans moving around more, IHME Director Dr. Christopher Murray said.