The governor of Washington is pointing a finger at other states for delays in coronavirus test results. Jay Inslee said labs have been slower because southern states listened to President Trump and reopened businesses too quickly. He explained Texas, Florida and others let "thousands of people rush into bars" and now they are seeing "massive surges."        Joe Biden is bringing home a couple more victories ahead of the 2020 election. NBC News projects the former vice president as the winner of the Democratic primaries in Delaware and New Jersey. He has already secured enough delegates to win nomination to take on President Trump in November.       A healthcare advocacy group is taking out attack ads going after the President in three key states. Protect Our Care has a new ad campaign that will hit television screens in Arizona, Michigan and Wisconsin. The two-million dollar campaign criticizes Trump's response to the coronavirus outbreak, calling Trump's response "catastrophic for America."        Another long-time clothing company is feeling the effects of the economic falling from the coronavirus. Levi Strauss says it will cut 15-percent of it's corporate staff -- meaning close to 700 jobs. The company expects to save 100-million-dollars annually following the job cuts.        Tom Hanks is baffled why people can't take "simple" steps to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. The actor, who has recovered from coronavirus himself, said that wearing a mask, social distancing, and hand washing is "such a small thing" and it's a mystery how it has somehow been "wiped out of what should be ingrained in the behavior of us."