· Political leaders denounce protesters who hung effigy of Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear →
“They got to their truck and they pull out this plastic bag,” James said.
· LG Chem to check all plants following deadly accident →
The LG Polymers plant, which LG Chem acquired from Hindustan Polymers in 1996, produces a wide range of polystyrene, including engineering plastic, an industrial raw material for automobiles and electronic parts.
The Japan Times
· ‘Terrace House’ star Hana Kimura likely took her own life using toxic gas →
Kimura, who had been a target of cyberbullying, was found collapsed on her bed with a plastic bag covering her head early Saturday.
The Japan Times
· Plastic pods offer stylish solution for COVID-19 dining →
For restaurant owners worrying how they can welcome back customers but keep them safe from COVID-19, a French designer has created a cylinder of transparent plastic that hangs from a cable on the ceiling, much like a lampshade.
The New York Times
· Even on Memorial Day, ‘You Can’t Escape’ Coronavirus →
A little boy dumped wet sand in his red plastic bucket.
· Lack of professional clubs in Scotland holding game back, says former manager Strachan →
“If you think giving a good product is watching two teams in the bottom half of the Scottish Premiership playing on a plastic pitch, you’re kidding yourself,” Strachan, who was capped 50 times by Scotland, added.
· 'Terrace House' star Kimura likely took her own life using toxic gas →
Kimura, who had been a target of cyber-bullying, was found collapsed on her bed with a plastic bag covering her head early Saturday.
· World Cup questions: why did gifted England not beat Argentina in 1998? →
Zoom out and Owen in Saint-Étienne speaks to a domestic league in a state of voracious transformation, a nation entering its own plastic boom times, football poised to assail and overwhelm every other aspect of popular culture.
· Questions remain after US cop kills Muslim man who 'threw rocks' →
During another instance, Mohamed attacked a police officer and ambulance with a plastic pipe.
The China Post
· Americans finding ways to stay active while keeping distance →
Friedman goes to the driving range a couple of times a week, hits plastic wiffle golf balls in her backyard and, as a Mother’s Day gift from her son, went to a course for the first time and was treated to nine holes.