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· Coronavirus: White House fears second wave sparked by George Floyd protests →
The White House coronavirus task force, which has dramatically scaled back its operations as states reopen their economies, is scrambling to track the potential impact on infection rates.
The Wall Street Journal
· Americans Are Saving More, but How Long Can It Last? →
The coronavirus pandemic shut down the economy and forced millions of people to apply for unemployment.
· Libya unity govt claims full control of Tripoli, suburbs →
The announcement came after GNA forces retook the capital's civilian airport on Wednesday, more than a year after losing it in Haftar's initial drive on the capital.
· Shenzhen drafts China’s first personal bankruptcy laws as virus pressures economy →
“After the epidemic, it’s unclear just how many business owners will be forced on to the country’s defaulter list if they fail,” said Yin Yanrong, a partner in the Guangdong Baocheng law firm.
· Can Airbus veterans save the aviation supply chain? →
Each has been chosen to lead a national task force: Tom Williams, former COO of Airbus commercial, for the U.K.; Didier Evrard, ex-head of aircraft programs, for France; and Bernhard Gerwert, prior CEO of Airbus Defense, for Germany.
· Nonprofit founder provides financial support to black trans Southerners →
Even before the pandemic emerged, many black trans people were already struggling to survive: According to an analysis by the National LGBTQ Task Force, they suffer unemployment rates that are twice the rate of their non-black trans peers and four times that of the general population.
· Manchester United’s Marcus Rashford and Jesse Lingard reach out to boy bullied in viral video →
In the disturbing clip, one boy slaps the victim and forces him to kiss his and his female friend’s shoes, while others can be heard laughing off-camera.
· He lost his job to the pandemic. Now helping NYC's homeless is his full-time work. →
Conner, who was working as a waiter at a busy Manhattan restaurant before the pandemic forced nonessential businesses to close, said working hard and helping others have been keys to staying sober.
· George Floyd protests: Number of US arrests tops 10,000 →
The Trump administration is considering whether to deploy army troops to crack down on protesters, and has brought National Guard troops to Washington, DC to supplement the local police force.
· Video appears to show officers hitting cyclist on Manhattan street →
Other changes eyed include requirements that police officers intervene when they see the inappropriate use of force; requirements that officers report misconduct immediately; and that a special prosecutor outside the district attorney's office will be appointed to prosecute officers who engage in misconduct.