Links for you. Science:
Rhinovirus rampant or testing triumphant?
Trump To Nominate Anti-Environment Extremist As Permanent Public Lands Chief (James Watt disciple)
In Early February, the Coronavirus Was Moving Through New York
‘They Want to Kill Me’: Many Covid Patients Have Terrifying Delirium
Potent antibodies found in people recovered from COVID-19
The 3 Weeks That Changed Everything: Imagine if the National Transportation Safety Board investigated America’s response to the coronavirus pandemic. (not the whole story, but still excellent)
How Jamaal Bowman Beat Rep. Eliot Engel In The Bronx: The left is getting more sophisticated at winning campaigns, and progressive Democratic primary challengers now have an “ecosystem” at their disposal.
A Dire Warning From COVID-19 Test Providers. U.S coronavirus testing could fail again, as surging demand creates new backlogs and delays.
The Obummer Plague
Carl Reiner, TV comedy pioneer and probing straight man to Mel Brooks, dies at 98
Trump’s Tulsa Rally Drew People From Dozens of Virus Hot Spots in U.S.
Hasan Minhaj Is Proud to Present TurboTaxSucksAss.Com
Almost 17,000 Protesters Had No Idea A Tech Company Was Tracing Their Location
‘Parks and Recreation’ Co-Creator Mike Schur Remembers Carl Reiner, “The Emperor of Comedy”
Did a Chinese Hack Kill Canada’s Greatest Tech Company?
The virus didn’t stop a Washington socialite from throwing a backyard soiree. Then the tests came back positive.
Transit riders have a choice
With The Minimum Wage Rising, The Fight For $15 Is Finally Finished In D.C.
Los Angeles Hit Hard by Implosion of Freelance Work
National mask mandate could save 5 percent of GDP, economists say
Focus on Opening Schools, Not Bars
Think racial segregation is over? Here’s how the police still enforce it.
Trump hotel fails coronavirus hygiene testing as Dr. Fauci warns of 100,000 cases a day
Pay cuts are becoming a defining feature of the coronavirus recession
Minimum Wage Increases Face A New Challenge From Coronavirus
Southern neighborhoods have been named ‘plantations’ for decades. That could be changing.
Black Lives Matter protests are having a counterintuitive effect on Covid-19 spread