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· Crushing It: A NICE Investment For This Uncertain Investment Climate →
It appears to be a good momentum play.
· Supreme Court rejects challenge to limits on church services →
Roberts wrote in brief opinion that the restriction allowing churches to reopen at 25 percent of their capacity, with no more than 100 worshipers at a time, “appear consistent” with the First Amendment.
· Thailand reports one new coronavirus case, no new deaths →
BANGKOK, May 30 — Thailand reported one new coronavirus case today and no new deaths, taking the total number of infections to 3,077 as local transmission of the new virus appears to wane.
· FuelCell Energy Preferred: The Top 10 Reasons To Consider This 14.7% Green Energy Yielder →
However, the FCELB dividend appears to be well covered using alternative metrics.
· TV tonight: the story of Ella Fitzgerald and her remarkable voice →
This illuminating doc traces Fitzgerald’s life from appearing at 16 in a talent contest at the Harlem Apollo while she was homeless to facing horrific racism as a singer in the 1940s before becoming one of the leading voices in the civil rights movement.
· 'I’m stuck in limbo': will the Covid generation of young people face long-term fallout? →
Photos appeared online, and WhatsApp groups turned into choruses of disapproval.
· Why I quit working on Boris Johnson's ‘world-beating' test-and-tracing system →
A message then appeared asking us to complete our online training – which was met with a chorus of “I did the training”.
The New York Times
· Supreme Court, in 5-4 Decision, Rejects Church’s Challenge to Shutdown Order →
“Although California’s guidelines place restrictions on places of worship, those restrictions appear consistent with the free exercise clause of the First Amendment,” Chief Justice Roberts wrote in an opinion concurring in the unsigned ruling.
· Baru Bian explains why he and See Chee How joined Parti Sarawak Bersatu →
Baru said he went with former PKR deputy president Datuk Seri Azmin Ali because he appeared to be a good leader who could bring changes, deliver promises and so on.