The New York Times
· For African-Americans in Uniform, It’s Duty, Honor, Country. But Don’t Expect to Lead. →
And yet African-Americans have a history of combat, from the Buffalo Soldiers who served on the Western frontier after the Civil War to the Tuskegee Airmen in World War II to the black soldiers who fought in Vietnam.
· Some of Israel's Lebanon veterans still searching for help →
On the night of May 23-24, 2000, the final Israeli convoy crossed the frontier, sparking joyous celebrations in southern Lebanon.
· COVID-19 Worsens Pre-Existing Financial Vulnerabilities →
The resulting surge of portfolio inflows into riskier asset markets contributed to the buildup of debt and in some cases resulted in stretched valuations in emerging and frontier markets.
· Risk Parity Portfolio Vs. 60/40 Portfolio →
In our series on Risk Parity, we have discussed the Invisible Gorilla Experiment, Benchmarks and the Efficient Frontier, the Tangency Portfolio, the Volatility Skew and the Alternatives.
· Elon Musk's Crew Dragon puts America back in the space race →
Putting astronauts into orbit has always been costly and has bedevilled efforts to open up space as a commercial frontier.
· Nature calls: why public toilets are causing a lockdown-easing dilemma →
“The old frontier mentality and the emphasis on personal liberty has led to an attitude where there’s no standard for public restrooms other than the building code.
· Beijing says new HK laws won’t harm investors, urges countries to stop ‘meddling’ →
“Doomed is your plot to undermine China’s sovereignty and security by exploiting the troublemakers in Hong Kong as pawns and the city as a frontier for secession, subversion, infiltration and sabotage activities against China.”
· Virus concerns show increased need, demand for home care, experts say →
Both United Airlines and Delta Air Lines won tentative approval to halt flights to 11 airports, while JetBlue Airways Corp, Alaska Airlines and Frontier Airlines were approved to stop flights to five airports each.