The New York Times
· Testing Is Key to Beating Coronavirus, Right? Japan Has Other Ideas →
The country has recorded fewer than 900 deaths even as the United States and European countries have reported tens of thousands.
· Mrs. America’s many brands of feminism, discussed and dissected →
There’s the woman who defeated the ERA, terrified thousands of conservative women into thinking they were under attack, and helped usher in the culture war.
The New York Times
· Trump’s ‘Looting’ Remark Dates Back to Racial Unrest of the 1960s →
In the worst of them, in Cleveland and Detroit, scores of people died and thousands were injured.
· Covid-19 spreading too fast to lift UK lockdown – Sage adviser →
Government advisers have voiced unease over the decision to lift the lockdown while there are still thousands of people becoming infected with the coronavirus every day, warning that loosening restrictions could easily lead to a second wave.
· From evasion to evisceration: how the Cummings lockdown story unfolded →
As thousands died, the story of the PM’s top adviser waxed and waned in unpredictable ways.
· PlayStation 5: Sony announces June 4 online event, will we finally get to see what PS5 looks like? →
The Xbox Series X will be able to natively play thousands of games across four console generations, some even in HDR and at up to 120fps.
· German virus ‘guru’ in crosshairs of lockdown critics →
But opposition to virus restrictions has swelled in recent weeks, even as the states move to begin relaxing the measures, with thousands taking part in rowdy, sometimes violent demonstrations in German cities.
· Amazon sellers are marking products as ‘collectible’ to get around price gouging rules →
Amazon has suspended thousands of third-party sellers for price gouging during the COVID-19 pandemic, but sellers have found a loophole to avoid detection when raising prices: labeling their products as “collectibles,” even if there’s no conceivable way they could be.
· I will not reopen our church for Trump. I love our congregants too much to risk their lives. →
Tens of thousands of people are killed each year due to ridiculously lax gun legislation he defends.
· Trump’s social media executive order, explained →
President Donald Trump’s executive order attempting to change the protections enjoyed by thousands of websites and social media platforms likely won’t achieve its stated goal: fundamentally altering the law that governs how much of the internet works.