(CNN)Here's what you might have missed Thursday on CNN:
-- Analysis: A quandary now confronts policymakers across the country. Should we reopen the economy to help the majority or protect the lives of the vulnerable by remaining in lockdown?
-- Covid-19 is typically signaled by three symptoms: a fever, an insistent cough and shortness of breath. But older adults -- the age group most at risk of severe complications or death from this condition -- may have none of these characteristics.
-- Conversations with leaders in the fitness club business reveal an influential network of relationships that kicked into gear over the past few weeks and helped move gyms to the front of the line on federal reopening guidelines.
-- Richard Phillips survived the longest wrongful prison sentence in American history by writing poetry and painting with watercolors. But on a cold day in the prison yard, he carried a knife and thought about revenge.
-- Sen. Elizabeth Warren announced Thursday her oldest brother Donald Reed Herring died after testing positive for the coronavirus.
-- The mayor of Las Vegas wants Sin City to reopen -- but gaming industry workers, casino executives and Nevada's governor beg to differ.
-- Retailers are struggling with how to convince their customers to follow mask requirements. Major chains have yet to ban those who don't put on masks, even as labor advocates push for more protections for frontline workers.
-- Several African American women alleged that management at a Pennsylvania golf course mistreated them when they called police because they were playing too slow. Now they've filed a lawsuit.
-- The first ever YouTube video was uploaded 15 years ago today. Here it is.