The New York Times
· In Seeking to Hold Michigan, Trump Can Be His Own Worst Enemy →
And they are hoping that the presence on the ballot in Michigan this year of John James, an African-American Republican who is running for a U.S. Senate seat, could peel away some black voters from Democrats.
· Scott Gottlieb: "This is not the time to be pulling out of the WHO" →
Between the lines: As the U.S. began pulling away from the WHO, China increased its involvement in the organization, pledging an additional $30 million on top of the $86 million it gave in 2018-2019.
· 5 Things I Like About Stitch Fix →
When a new customer joins SFIX, they do not add a lot of value right away, acting more as a drag than a tailwind.
· The Guardian view on arts and the pandemic: support needed now →
A vocal minority in the UK say the arts are parasites on the state, leaching away public money when they ought to live or die by the market.
· Operation Buffalo review – Maralinga nuclear testing rendered as part-drama, part-farce →
The setup is sort of like that, but instead of scrubbing away grease and baked-on pasta Carmichael has to make sure the facility not just looks nice but is ready to detonate a bomb with the same explosive force as the one that devastated Hiroshima a decade before.
· Life after lockdown: astronauts and adventurers on the ‘shock’ of getting back to normal →
“While you’re away you get used to a certain kind of predictability and a new set of routines and then all of a sudden you’re back.
· George Floyd: Donald Trump under fire as violence flares across America →
With an election less than six months away there are fears that Trump, who ran on the slogan “Make America great again”, is motivated more than ever by what plays to his support base, encouraging him to pour fuel on the fire of racial division with a law-and-order crackdown.
· Durdle Door: Hundreds ignore police warnings and flock to beaches and parks after serious cliff injuries →
“Please do not travel as you will be turned away.”
· 'Sheilding' people voice fears over lockdown easing in England →
For the last 10 weeks, Graham Bell has been sleeping in a hotel near the Devon hospital where he works as an intensive care nurse, away from his wife and toddler triplets.
· Football: Liverpool's training return a 'massive lift' for Klopp →
It has been an especially frustrating time for Liverpool boss Klopp, whose side were two wins away from clinching the Premier League title when the season was halted because of the pandemic in March.