Archive for March, 2020
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the administration’s most outspoken advocate of emergency virus measures, faces a torrent of false claims that he is mobilizing to undermine the president.
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In 1988 vogueing was still underground – but the Sex Pistols impresario was ahead of the curve. Our writer remembers a New York evening that would transform pop culture
The Lanny author and Â Will Oldham play a book-length game of âWould You Ratherâ
The U.S. government is enacting measures to save the airlines, Boeing, and similarly affected corporations. While we clearly insist that these companies must be saved, there may be ethical…
National Cathedral finds 5,000 masks that had been stashed away by its crypt for over 10 years - CNNPolitics
As head stone mason at the National Cathedral in Washington, Joe Alonso knows the ins and outs of the church better than anyone.
Nations, like individuals, reveal themselves at times of crisis. So what does this global catastrophe tell us?
Congress is still debating how to deliver them.
Cowboy Museum Puts Their Head Of Security In Charge Of Their Twitter, And His Tweets Are Hilariously Wholesome | Bored Panda
Americans have found their new icon. Since the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma put Tim Send, their head of security, in charge of their
The long read: Doomsday luxury accommodation is a booming business, offering customers a chance to sit out global pandemics and nuclear wars in comfort – as long as they have the money to pay for it
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‘I’m going to keep pushing.’ Anthony Fauci tries to make the White House listen to facts of the pandemic | Science | AAAS
The infectious disease researcher has become the United States’s most trusted coronavirus expert
Looming mountains, ghostly presidents, trees that stand like gods … the country star was a trained photographer – and his brooding images caught the sinister side of America
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With coronavirus being a concern for grown ups, kids might also be worrying. Here's how to talk about COVID-19 with your young children, plus ways to practice…
Australian Catherine Hamlin helped women treated like "modern-day lepers" after giving birth.
With “social distancing” now widely adopted nationwide, a small group of contrarians urge a more careful weighing of the harm as well as the benefits of such policies.
Federal guidelines warned against gatherings of more than 10 people as a London report predicted high fatalities in the U.S. without dramatic action.
Rapid Response was Crucial to Containing the 1918 Flu Pandemic | National Institutes of Health (NIH)
Historical Analyses Help Plan for Future Pandemics.
We here at Carry book a lot of travel. While most airlines have graciously offered change fee waivers in light of the coronavirus pandemic, our team couldn’t help but notice United Airlines taking part in some blatantly obvious anti-consumer behavior. We’ve discovered that new flight changes that qualify for a change fee waiver are marked up at twice the price of market rates.
An aggressive marketer, he used celebrities to promote his brand. Frank Sinatra, Johnny Carson and two presidents wore his jackets.
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Backpacks have existed for centuries but have evolved over the years to carry more efficiently. Delve into backpack innovation with designer Jayson Yagi...
New Mexico AG claims the company uses its dominance in educational software to track millions of future customers.
In 1918, the Spanish flu killed more than 50 million people around the world. The lessons of that outbreak could save countless lives in the fight against the coronavirus.
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Missouri man breaks coronavirus self-quarantine to attend father-daughter dance. Now, the school is canceling classes - News - The Columbus Dispatch - Columbus, OH
A Missouri man ignored health officials' directions to self-quarantine when he and his daughter attended a school dance after his other daughter tested positive for coronavirus.Villa Duchesne and Oak Hill School wrote on Facebook that classes were canceled Monday and the school was weighing its next decision after the father-daughter dance Saturday night. In a separate post, the school canceled classes for the remainder of the week."Our campus will be given a hospital-grade cleaning,"
His remarks at the CDC on Friday were misguided, misleading, and show how misinformation could hamper Covid-19 containment efforts.
The rules and systems that have produced gentrification aesthetics—financial ones as well as political ones—create a kind of socioeconomic standardization.
Banjo is applying artificial intelligence to government-owned surveillance and traffic cameras across the entire state of Utah to tell police about "anomalies."
A retrenchment in the stock market will be devastating to our cities. It’s also inevitable and, in some ways, necessary.
Prosecutors drop charges against man wounded by Chicago police during struggle at Red Line station - Chicago Tribune
Cook County prosecutors on Sunday dropped criminal charges against the man wounded by Chicago police during a struggle with two officers at a CTA Red Line station on Friday.
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Speculators are holding buildable land hostage in Anchorage. A change in the way properties are taxed can help. — Strong Towns
To grow sustainably, Anchorage (like so many other cities) should adopt a land value tax.
We asked our members about urban design features that ought to go the way of the dinosaur, because of how they make our cities less walkable, productive and resilient. Here are some that we could decide today to never build again.