· Scientists raise concern over hydroxychloroquine study →
The authors list several issues with the study, including a lack of information about the countries and hospitals that contributed to the data, a lack of an ethics review and discrepancies in data for Australia, which did not match published national figures.
The Japan Times
· In broadside against China, Trump moves toward ending Hong Kong privileges →
He said he interpreted the actions rescinding Hong Kong’s special status as being first subject to review by various agencies and not happening immediately.
· The Wet AMD Gene Therapy Race - Adverum Biotechnologies Vs. Regenxbio →
However, an article published in Review of Ophthalmology written by ophthalmologists at Barnes Retina Institute of Washington University commented on the evolving goals of treatment.
The China Post
· Trump vetoes bipartisan measure against DeVos’ loan rules →
Lawmakers moved to overturn DeVos’ policy through the Congressional Review Act, which allows Congress to overturn federal rules with a simple majority of both chambers and approval of the president.
· Micron Technology, Inc. (MU) Presents at 2020 Bernstein Strategic Decisions Conference (Transcript) →
So, you can see that we are continuing to review this, continuing to make adjustment.
· Feds flew an unarmed Predator drone over Minneapolis protests to provide “situational awareness” →
BuzzFeed reviewed the many types of surveillance the department likely has at its disposal.
· White House on lockdown due to protests outside →
State charging documents allege that former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin had his knee on George Floyd’s neck for 2 minutes and 53 seconds after Floyd became non-responsive based on law enforcement review of body-worn camera video.
· Kylie Jenner is not a billionaire, says Forbes magazine now →
The magazine said it reviewed financial data released by Coty Inc, which bought a 51 per cent stake in Jenner’s Kylie Cosmetics company in November 2019.
· Facebook won’t take any action on Trump’s post about shootings in Minnesota →
We try to think through all the consequences, and we keep our policies under constant review because the context is always evolving.