Links for you. Science:
The ABO blood group locus and a chromosome 3 gene cluster associate with SARS-CoV-2 respiratory failure in an Italian-Spanish genome-wide association analysis
Massive 3,000-year-old ceremonial complex discovered in ‘plain sight’
How COVID-19 Made a Harvard Epidemiologist Into a Public Ambassador for Science
‘I would not recommend this.’ A scientist’s hydroxychloroquine trial—and his advice to Trump
Race, Ethnicity Data To Be Required With Coronavirus Tests In U.S.
The Fight To Fix Policing Begins At The City Council: A District of Columbia election proves candidates who want to defund the police can win city council posts that give them direct power over police funding.
How the world can avoid screwing up the response to Covid-19 again
Ohio small towns see something missing for decades: Protests
“Engineers designed new sides for the sidewalk to help with wind resistance but didn’t take into account the EXTREME sound it creates when wind passes through it. The bridge sings crazy songs now it’s so trippy. It hurts the ears and unbearable it’s that loud.”
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As Trump vows crackdown on ‘antifa,’ growth of right-wing extremism frustrates Europeans
Marvin Joseph photo of Black Lives Matter written on 16th Street by the White House
The pandemic hit and this car became home for a family of four.
‘It’s psychologically easier’: how anti-vaxxers capitalised on coronavirus fears to spread misinformation
How one British town managed to swerve coronavirus outbreak with simple system
America Has Tried And Failed To Explain Its Racism To The World
We Crunched the Numbers: Police — Not Protesters — Are Overwhelmingly Responsible for Attacking Journalists
Why it matters that Roger Goodell didn’t say Colin Kaepernick’s name
American Police Are At War With Democracy Itself
Too much military spending got us into this mess
Clothes off, masks on: Reopening a nudist resort during a pandemic
Massachusetts, let’s get more ambitious with coronavirus testing. Given the size of our COVID-19 outbreak and our biomedical firepower, the state should pursue a more aggressive testing strategy.
‘I have never felt so helpless’: Front-line workers confront loss
Norton Condemns Senator Lee’s Attack on D.C. Mayor, Frequent Home-Rule Violator
Inside the Revolts Erupting in America’s Big Newsrooms