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« Reply #1470 on: June 29, 2020, 04:36:29 AM »

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Global coronavirus cases exceed 10 million

reuters.com - BEIJING (Reuters) - Global coronavirus cases exceeded 10 million on Sunday according to a Reuters tally, marking a major milestone in the spread of the respiratory disease that has so far killed almo…

Over half a million people have died from the coronavirus, according to data from Johns Hopkins University

businessinsider.com - The world reached a grim milestone on Sunday as the number of coronavirus deaths topped 500,000, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. As of Sunday evening, over 10 million coronavirus cas…

Testing stepped up as number of new coronavirus cases surges

apnews.com - NEW DELHI (AP) — Governments were stepping up testing and warily considering their next moves Monday as the number of newly confirmed coronavirus cases surges in many countries. India reported 20,000…

Trump Says He Was Not Briefed On Russian Bounties Because Intelligence 'Not Credible'

npr.org - President Trump denied Sunday that he'd ever been briefed on bounties that Russia reportedly offered to Taliban-linked fighters to kill coalition forces in Afghanistan. In a tweet late Sunday night, …

The Failed U.S. Reopening Has Served Up a Feast for the Coronavirus

nymag.com - We’re committed to keeping our readers informed. We’ve removed our paywall from essential coronavirus news stories. Become a subscriber to support our journalists. Subscribe now. As of Sunday, the U.…

Bill Gates says COVID-19 'will be back in big numbers' in October-November when US temperatures turn lower

businessinsider.com - Bill Gates is warning that the US is still "very much in the thick of things" when it comes to COVID-19. And he believes that, given that many people refuse to wear masks and practice social distanci…

Marty Baron Made The Post Great Again. Now, the News Is Changing.

nytimes.com - Ms. Coratti said that Mr. Baron was not “upset” but did “advise that we should be careful not to be seen as celebrating or championing recreational use of drugs.” So the dispute seems to be less abou…

Dozens arrested during Hong Kong peaceful protest against national security laws

theguardian.com - Hong Kong police have arrested at least 53 people after scuffles erupted during a relatively peaceful protest against planned national security legislation to be implemented by the mainland Chinese g…

Russian bounties to Taliban-linked militants resulted in deaths of U.S. troops, according to intelligence assessments

washingtonpost.com - In this June 10, 2017 photo provided by Operation Resolute Support, U.S. Soldiers with Task Force Iron maneuver an M-777 howitzer, so it can be towed into position at Bost Airfield, Afghanistan. (Sgt…

US bases in Japan now vulnerable to missile attacks

asiatimes.com - Japan’s cancellation of the two Aegis Ashore missile defense systems was not caused by local complaints about the basing of the missiles, despite what Japanese politicians claim. It looks more and mo…

Trump’s Blank Vision for a Second Term

theatlantic.com - For a president who narrates his fleeting thoughts, Donald Trump has been conspicuously silent about one looming question: what he might do in a second term. There’s civic value, of course, in tellin…

Starbucks pausing ads 'across all social media platforms' in effort to combat hate speech

cnbc.com - Starbucks is the latest company to say it will pause advertising on “all social media platforms” and promises to have discussions internally and with media partners and civil rights organizations to …

Stop Firing the Innocent

theatlantic.com - As companies and organizations of all sorts have scrambled to institute a zero-tolerance policy on racism over the past few weeks, some of them have turned out to be more interested in signaling thei…

Trump Retweets Video Of Apparent Supporter Saying 'White Power'

npr.org - Protesters gather on Friday night at Black Lives Matter Plaza in front of the White House and the statue of former President Andrew Jackson, which is protected by a fence and concrete blocks. A video…

California set to ban all heavy diesel trucks and vans by 2045

arstechnica.com - The days of diesel delivery trucks and vans in California are numbered. On Thursday, the state's Air Resources Board adopted a new rule that will phase out these most polluting of vehicles from the s…

Chesapeake’s Collapse Is Latest in Long Line of Shale Disasters

bloomberg.com - The shale bust has reached a grim milestone by claiming the pioneer of America’s drilling renaissance. But Chesapeake Energy Corp., which filed for bankruptcy protection on Sunday, is just the latest…

The U.S.-China Feud Gets Nasty

bloomberg.com - The U.S. and China are moving beyond bellicose trade threats to exchanging regulatory punches that threaten a wide range of industries including technology, energy and air travel. The two countries h…

The New Weapon in the Covid-19 War

bloomberg.com - A series of dispatches from America in the age of Covid-19. No one who passed the young woman on the street that night gave her so much as a second glance. It was a Saturday evening in the South Beac…

What Activities Are Safe as the Coronavirus Continues to Spread?

newyorker.com - Is there a different way to talk about the fact that states are in very different situations? I think it’s not so much a challenge that things are different in different places. It’s a challenge that…

Sacha Baron Cohen Apparently Emerged From Quarantine to Prank Alt-Right Rally

vulture.com - Perhaps this is the prologue to Who Is America? season two. It looks likely that Sacha Baron Cohen infiltrated and pranked an alt-right militia event in Olympia, Washington, on June 27, when the come…

John Feffer: The De-Trumpification of America

voxpopulisphere.com - Learning Lessons from the End of the Confederacy, Nazi Germany, and Saddam’s Iraq. Let’s assume that Donald Trump loses the election in November. Yes, that’s a mighty big assumption, despite all the …

Summer of the cannibal rats! Hungry, aggressive, highly fertile – and coming to our homes

theguardian.com - Lockdown has been hard for rodents whose fortunes are tied to those of humans. When restaurants closed, and city streets and back alleys emptied of people and their waste, rats lost a plentiful suppl…

Texas virus cases take 'swift and dangerous turn'

bbc.com - The spread of coronavirus infections has taken a "swift and very dangerous turn" in the US state of Texas, Governor Greg Abbott has warned. "Over just the past few weeks, the daily number of cases ha…

Developing resilience is an important tool to help you deal with coronavirus and the surge in cases

theconversation.com - We’re all exhausted and pushed to the limit by months of social distancing, and the recent news that cases are climbing in many states is especially scary. While you may feel like ripping off your ma…

With Flights Banned, Son Sails Solo Across Atlantic to Reach Father, 90

nytimes.com - “It was as if the bird was telling me not to give up, to keep going,” he said. One day, when he tired of canned food, Mr. Ballestero got a fishing rod and scanned a school of mahi-mahi. But he had a …

On “White Fragility”

taibbi.substack.com - This is part of a larger piece that will be made available to subscribers later this week: A core principle of the academic movement that shot through elite schools in America since the early ninetie…

Trump’s claim he was ignorant of Russian bounty on US soldiers ripped apart by ex-CIA official

rawstory.com - Appearing on MSNBC early Sunday morning, the former chief of staff at the U.S. Department of Defense and the Central Intelligence Agency said it was “inconceivable” that Donald Trump was not aware th…

How the NYPD Weaponized a Curfew Against Protesters and Residents

theintercept.com - Husan Blue, his family, and his neighbors were having a cookout on the patio outside their apartment in Crown Heights. It was a warm summer night in Brooklyn. Little kids were running around and play…

Ex-Miami Gardens cop charged after video shows him shocking pregnant woman in stomach with Taser

dailykos.com - Rundle also said Satchell wasn’t told she was under arrest when Martel forcibly removed her from the vehicle. “This is just plain, senselessly wrong,” Rundle said. Satchell was four months pregnant a…

The future of the GOP looks a lot like this fast-growing community in Florida

politico.com - Michael Grunwald is a senior staff writer for Politico Magazine. Alexandra Glorioso contributed reporting. The Villages is America’s largest retirement community, a carefully planned, meticulously gr…

The Ugly Incest Secret Behind History’s Royal Families

thedailybeast.com - In Newgrange, Ireland, there is a 5,000-year-old Neolithic-era monument, carved with mysterious symbols, marking the elaborate tomb of an important ancient man. These kinds of tombs are found all ove…

Daily Caller Writer Resigns After Being Implicated in Abramoff Bitcoin Scheme

thedailybeast.com - A writer for the conservative Daily Caller resigned from the site this weekend after being implicated in an alleged scheme involving disgraced lobbyist Jack Abramoff, a story first reported by The Da…

A Popular QAnon Twitter Account That Claims To Have Explosive DC Dirt Is Really Just A Random Italian Guy

buzzfeednews.com - “He started to have delusions of greatness, claimed to ask millions of dollars from companies, boasted about having assignments with companies with which he had had no relationship,” said the artist,…

Why simple cloth masks without valves are better at fighting the spread of covid-19

washingtonpost.com - A homemade mask with artwork. (Carolyn Van Houten/The Washington Post) By Angela Fritz close Angela Fritz Deputy Editor on the General Assignment News Desk Email EmailBio BioFollow Follow June 28, 20…

Coronavirus and cancer hijack the same parts in human cells to spread – and our team identified existing cancer drugs that could fight COVID-19

theconversation.com - Most antivirals in use today target parts of an invading virus itself. Unfortunately, SARS-CoV-2 – the virus that causes COVID-19 – has proven hard to kill. But viruses rely on cellular mechanisms in…

Where Did COVID-19 Come From?

treehugger.com - To end new zoonotic diseases like coronavirus COVID-19, humans need to start staying in their lanes. In an article published by Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies in 2012, science journa…


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Doomstead Diner Daily June 30
« Reply #1471 on: June 30, 2020, 03:10:16 AM »

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AP sources: White House aware of Russian bounties in 2019

apnews.com - Top officials in the White House were aware in early 2019 of classified intelligence indicating Russia was secretly offering bounties to the Taliban for the deaths of Americans, a full year earlier t…

WHO: 'The worst is yet to come' and the coronavirus pandemic is 'speeding up' because some aren't taking it seriously enough

businessinsider.com - It's been six months since the World Health Organization declared the coronavirus outbreak a global health emergency, but on Monday it told the world to prepare for the "long haul" ahead. "The worst …

Trump Was Reportedly Briefed on Russian Bounties for Dead U.S. Troops Last Year

nymag.com - On Friday, the New York Times reported that, according to U.S. intelligence officials, a Russian spy unit secretly offered bounties last year to Taliban-linked militants for the killing of U.S. coali…

A Flu Strain With ‘Pandemic Potential’ Has Been Found in Pigs in China

nymag.com - It’s a story that may not have garnered much notice a scant six months ago: Chinese scientists have identified a strain of influenza in pigs that has “all the hallmarks” of a potential human pandemic…

Millions track the pandemic on Johns Hopkins’s dashboard. Those who built it say some miss the real story.

washingtonpost.com - The Johns Hopkins University coronavirus tracker on June 18. (Johns Hopkins University) By Kyle Swenson close Kyle Swenson Social Issues Reporter Email EmailBio BioFollow Follow June 29, 2020 at 3:50…

This coronavirus mutation has taken over the world. Scientists are trying to understand why.

washingtonpost.com - Health-care workers from University of South Florida Health administer coronavirus testing June 25 at a community center in Tampa. (Octavio Jones/Getty Images) By Sarah Kaplan and Sarah Kaplan Climat…

Governor Newsom closes ALL bars in LA and six more California counties

dailymail.co.uk - California Gov. Gavin Newsom ordered all bars to close immediately in seven counties across the state - including Los Angeles - citing a rapid spread of coronavirus in the last few weeks. Newsom's de…

A question that won't go away: Why does Trump love Putin so much?

motherjones.com - Russian nesting dolls bearing the faces of Russian President Vladimir Putin and US President Donald Trump on display in a souvenir shop in St. Petersburg, Russia, on May 31, 2020. Sergey Nikolaev/ZUMA

What Happened to Cali? California, whose coronavirus response was hailed as a success, now seeing 5,000-plus cases each day.

businessinsider.com - California was the first state to issue a stay-at-home order to stop the coronavirus' spread. And it worked: For a few months after that mid-March directive, California's curve remained flat, with fe…

Dollar General is cheap, popular and spreading across America. It's also a robbery magnet, police say

cnn.com - In the year before Dave Dukes killed a man who was trying to rob the store where he worked, he'd witnessed three other robberies. After each of them, Dukes, 28, would say later, he'd asked his superv…

41% of businesses closed on Yelp have shut down for good during the coronavirus pandemic

marketwatch.com - Los Angeles recorded the largest total number of closures with 11,774 business establishments shuttering, but Las Vegas has had the highest number of closures relative to the number of businesses in …

China warned to prepare for being cut off from US dollar payment system

informationclearinghouse.info - The US dollar payments system, which is underpinned by infrastructure such as the SWIFT international payments messaging system and the Clearing House Interbank Payments System (CHIPS), is the backbo…

Watergate legend Carl Bernstein releases bombshell new report on ‘delusional’ Trump endangering national security

rawstory.com - Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter Carl Bernstein published a blockbuster new report at CNN on Monday. “In hundreds of highly classified phone calls with foreign heads of state, President …

US Republicans begin to break ranks with Trump on face mask issue

aljazeera.com - In a rare split with mask-averse President Donald Trump, fellow Republican leaders are making a public push for face coverings as COVID-19 cases surge in some Republican-leaning states. The top Repub…

White Dollars Matter: Whole Foods Is Quietly Telling Workers Not to Show Black Lives Matter Support

truthout.org - This week, a group of Whole Foods workers in Cambridge, Massachusetts, walked out after being told they couldn’t wear Black Lives Matter masks because they weren’t part of “the company dress code.” P…

New COVID Infections Surge in US as Trump Fixates on His Election Prospects

truthout.org - COVID-19 is surging across the United States, but the only thing this president seems to care about is the slow decay of his election prospects. “Donald Trump knows he’s losing,” Politico reported on…

Gun Companies Get In On The Boogaloo, Market To Dopes Who Want Another Civil War

wonkette.com - Over the past month or so, multiple crimes and acts of violence have been attributed to men associated with online Boogaloo groups, including the murder of a police officer and an attempted terrorist…

Delisting Chinese Firms from US Exchanges. "Risks of Military Confrontation"... Destabilization of Capital Markets?

globalresearch.ca - US anti-China legislation dates from the mid-19th century, including measures to prohibit or limit emigration of its nationals to America. Today, US war on China by other means rages with no end of i…

Scientists spot flash of light from colliding black holes. But how?

space.com - Black holes aren't supposed to make flashes of light. It's right there in the name: black holes. Even when they slam into each other, the massive objects are supposed to be invisible to astronomers' …

South Florida Closing Beaches For Fourth Of July

forbes.com - Beaches in much of south Florida will close for the Fourth of July weekend, with the Florida Keys the latest to announce a planned closure, as the state deals with a massive coronavirus spike that ha…

This Map Shows Which U.S. Homes Will Flood Over the Next 30 Years Due to Climate Change

vice.com - West Virginia also has an above average poverty rate, which makes it harder to rebuild from disasters such as the catastrophic 2016 floods that killed 23 people. People like 89-year-old Imogene Welch…

South Pole warming three times faster than rest of Earth: study

phys.org - The South Pole has warmed three times faster than the rest of the planet in the last 30 years due to warmer tropical ocean temperatures, new research showed Monday. Antarctica's temperature varies wi…

YouTube Bans White Supremacists Stefan Molyneux, Richard Spencer, David Duke

forbes.com - YouTube on Monday terminated channels belonging to high-profile white supremacists Stefan Molyneux, Richard Spencer and David Duke, as major social media sites move more aggressively to tackle hatefu…

Facebook’s Ad Problem Just Turned Into a Full-Blown Crisis

vice.com - It started as a murmur of dissent, but over the weekend the campaign to persuade brands to boycott Facebook ads for the month of July …

Three Words. 70 Cases. The Tragic History of ‘I Can’t Breathe.’

nytimes.com - By Mike Baker, Jennifer Valentino-DeVries, Manny Fernandez and Michael LaForgia As the sun began to rise on a sweltering summer morning in Las Vegas last year, a police officer spotted Byron Williams…

U.S. Halts High-Tech Exports to Hong Kong Over Security Concerns

nytimes.com - The effect of the new restrictions announced Monday appears to be relatively limited in scope, given the small volume of trade the United States does with Hong Kong. Hong Kong represented just 2.2 pe…

Michael Hudson on Coronavirus and Debt Winners and Losers

nakedcapitalism.com - Yves here. Michael Hudson discusses the deflationary impact of the coronacrisis and how modern, misguided approaches to unsustainable debt loads are making matters worse. Remarks given at the 1st ASE…

Fivefold growth of forest fires in Siberia reported

abcnews.go.com - MOSCOW -- Russia’s forest fire aerial protection service says forest fires in Siberia have grown nearly fivefold over the past week. The fires come amid a notable heat wave in parts of the sprawling …

This simple model shows the importance of wearing masks and social distancing

theconversation.com - The Research Brief is a short take about interesting academic work. With the advent of an infectious disease outbreak, epidemiologists and public health officials quickly try to forecast deaths and i…

The Airline Industry Blocked Disclosure of Trade Data, Helping Conceal the Airlift of N95 Masks From the U.S. to China

theintercept.com - In the first months of the Covid-19 outbreak — when U.S. hospitals faced a critical shortage of protective gear and exposed front-line medical workers to needless risk — hundreds of tons of medical f…

Coronavirus Antibody Tests Have a Mathematical Pitfall

scientificamerican.com - Scientists working to quell the COVID-19 pandemic have developed tests that detect antibodies in the blood of people who have previously been infected with the new coronavirus. These serology tests c…

Twitter Targets Accounts of MintPress and Other Outlets Covering Unrest in Bolivia

mintpressnews.com - Social media giant Twitter took the step of suspending the official account of MintPress News on Saturday. Without warning, the nine-year-old account with 64,000 followers was abruptly labeled as “fa…

Aurora Police Violently Crackdown on Peaceful Vigil for Black Man Killed in Police Chokehold

mintpressnews.com - Clad in full riot gear, wielding batons and pepper spray, police in Aurora, Colo, broke up last night’s vigil to the memory of 23-year-old massage therapist Elijah McClain — a man killed by the same …


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Doomstead Diner Daily July 1
« Reply #1472 on: July 01, 2020, 03:46:31 AM »

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‘Our Luck May Have Run Out’: California’s Case Count Explodes

nytimes.com - SACRAMENTO — Only a few weeks ago, thousands of Southern Californians were flocking to beaches, Disneyland was announcing it would soon reopen and Whoopi Goldberg was lauding Gov. Gavin Newsom on “Th…

Coronavirus Live Updates: U.S. Cases Reach New Record

nytimes.com - “The presence of Covid-19 in an already vulnerable population exposed to the elements could potentially be catastrophic,” said Andrea Leiner, the director of strategic planning for Global Response. T…

Live updates: Massachusetts reports zero new covid-related deaths while infections soar in South and West

washingtonpost.com - By Miriam Berger, close Miriam Berger Reporter covering Middle East, Foreign Affairs Email EmailBio BioFollow Follow Hamza Shaban, close Hamza Shaban Technology reporter Email EmailBio BioFollow Foll…

Hollowed out public health system faces more cuts amid virus

apnews.com - Hollowed out public health system faces more cuts amid virus By LAUREN WEBER, LAURA UNGAR, MICHELLE R. SMITH, HANNAH RECHT and ANNA MARIA BARRY-JESTER The U.S. public health system has been starved f…

As the Pandemic Persists, Mitch McConnell’s Senate Dawdles

nymag.com - Back in the days when Donald Trump and many of his gubernatorial allies were rushing to “reopen America” after an eventually unsuccessful effort to stop the coronavirus pandemic with brief half-measu…

Hong Kong: protests erupt as China brings in controversial new security law

theguardian.com - Hello and welcome to the Guardian’s live coverage of Hong Kong, where, on the territory’s first day under controversial national security laws, crowds have defied a ban on protests and gathered on th…

Suspicions of Russian Bounties Were Bolstered by Data on Financial Transfers

nytimes.com - Ms. McEnany reiterated that claim on Monday and said that the information had not been elevated to Mr. Trump because there was a dissenting view about it within the intelligence community. But she an…

Advertiser Exodus Snowballs as Facebook Struggles to Ease Concerns

nytimes.com - Facebook said in a statement that it had invested billions of dollars in technology and employees to sort through content, and that it had agreed to a civil rights audit. It also said it had banned 2…

Generations of Americans are unemployed in the COVID-19 economy. Hear their stories.

nbcnews.com - “Unlike most recessions where the policy goal is just, as quick as possible, get people back into a job, this was different. We actually wanted to give people the economic space to not work for a whi…

E.U. bars travelers from U.S. over coronavirus fears

nbcnews.com - LONDON ⁠— Most travelers from the United States will be barred from entering the European Union after it reopens its borders Wednesday because the coronavirus is still far too prevalent in the U.S., …

COVID-19 Is Surging. Donald Trump's Response Is Shrinking

rollingstone.com - Dr. Peter Hotez tuned into last Friday’s White House Coronavirus Briefing hoping he might learn something new. Hotez is the dean of the National School of Tropical Medicine at Baylor’s College of Med…

‘Time to bail’: Longtime Trump backer urges GOP to dump him to avoid total political wipeout

rawstory.com - Mickey Kaus, a one-time centrist Democrat who has since turned into an anti-immigration activist, believes that it’s time for the GOP to dump the man whom he backed in the 2016 presidential election.…

Could We Really Have Another Pandemic at the Same Time as COVID?

slate.com - Slate is making its essential coronavirus coverage free for all readers. Subscribe to support our journalism. Start your free trial. There’s a new virus that could cause a pandemic. That’s according …

Every Version of the Russian Bounties Story Looks Terrible for Trump

slate.com - It’s not yet clear if or when President Donald Trump heard or read the intelligence report that Russia was paying bounties to Taliban militias for killing U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan. But whichever …

The Geopolitical Ramifications of Starlink Internet Service?

lawfareblog.com - Starlink is a space-based internet service provider that seeks to provide high-speed (40 mbps upload, 100 mbps download ), near-global coverage of the populated world by 2021—bringing this service to…

Visualization shows exactly how face masks stop COVID-19 transmission

livescience.com - A dramatic new visualization shows exactly why it's a good idea to wear a face mask to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus. Without a mask, droplets produced during coughing can travel up to 12…

Stock Market Suspiciously Healthy. The Federal Reserve Does All It Can to Keep Economic Reality From Setting In.

reason.com - Despite 33 states with over 10 percent unemployment rates, gross domestic product quarterly dives of over 50 percent, and a resurgence of COVID-19 infection numbers making both those conditions seem …

Facebook Just Labeled the Boogaloos a ‘Dangerous Organization’ and Banned 500 Groups and Pages

vice.com - The anti-government “boogaloo” movement just got a huge kick in the teeth from Facebook, where it’s been trying to build support for its violent aspiration of a civil war. On Tuesday, Facebook announ…

COVID-19 cases mount at the ends of the Earth in Timbuktu

apnews.com - TIMBUKTU, Mali (AP) — Harandane Toure started taking malaria pills when he first spiked a fever but as the days passed his illness only worsened. Doctors ultimately told him he was among the hundreds…

How To Track Desert Locust Swarms

bellingcat.com - Billions of desert locusts are swarming across East Africa, multiplying in numbers over several months of favorable rain and breeding conditions, creating what the UN Food and Agriculture Organizatio…

Mississippi governor signs bill changing state’s flag, abandoning Confederate symbol

washingtonpost.com - By Mark Berman and close Mark Berman National reporter covering law enforcement and criminal justice Email EmailBio BioFollow Follow Ben Guarino close Ben Guarino Reporter covering the practice and c…

Republican leaders now say everyone should wear a mask — even as Trump refuses and has mocked some who do

washingtonpost.com - Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), right, and Sens. John Thune (R-S.D.) and John Barrasso (R-Wyo.) arrive wearing masks to speak to reporters after the weekly Senate Republican caucus po…

EU Sets New List Of Approved Travel Partners. The U.S. Isn't On It 

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New York Times will no longer appear on Apple News

thehill.com - The New York Times announced Monday that it has terminated its relationship with Apple News. Articles from the Times will no longer appear on the Apple News feed available on the company's devices. I…

A North Carolina City Bans Protests, Protecting Confederate Monument

theintercept.com - The ACLU is calling on the city to retract the order and “publicly reaffirm” the right of protesters to demonstrate without a permit. In a letter addressed to Alamance County Sheriff Terry Johnson, t…

Trump was golfing and uncontactable for hours when aides tried to get him to delete his post of a fan chanting 'white power,' report says

businessinsider.com - President Donald Trump was golfing Sunday and not paying attention to his phone while aides struggled for hours to try to speak with him to get an inflammatory video deleted from his Twitter account,…

Cops in Riot Gear Stormed a Violin Vigil for Elijah McClain

thecut.com - On Saturday, activists in Aurora, Colorado, convened for a peaceful rally and march to demand justice for Elijah McClain, a 23-year-old Black man who died after a brutal arrest by local police last A…

Opinion | Clean Up Your Act, Facebook, or We’re Leaving

nytimes.com - “I really cannot stand them at all,” said a leader of a medium-size company that gets a lot of its leads on Facebook. But while he worries about the damage Facebook is doing to society, he added, “I …

Colin Kaepernick and Ava DuVernay team up for Netflix series on player's early life

theguardian.com - Colin Kaepernick and Ava DuVernay are teaming up on a scripted series on the former NFL quarterback’s teenage years. Kaepernick has effectively been exiled from the NFL since the end of the 2016 seas…

The Mystery of the Missing £5.6 Million

bellingcat.com - One of the last claims made by Aierken Saimaiti, a self-confessed money launderer who was murdered in Istanbul last November, was that he sent millions of pounds to London for a powerful former Kyrgy…

Can a Group of Policy Experts Prevent an Election Catastrophe in 2020?

motherjones.com - Edward Foley has a nightmare. It’s a poli-sci horror tale. A professor of constitutional law and elections expert at The Ohio State University’s Moritz College of Law, Foley foresees a scenario for t…

J Street Facing New Pressure to Back Conditioning Aid to Israel

theintercept.com - “Israel’s leaders are proceeding with annexation because they expect no real consequence for doing so,” the letter reads. “Now, as they threaten to make that control permanent, most American leaders …


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As COVID Burns Through the South and West, Trump Fans the Flames

truthout.org - Donald Trump has labored since March to imagine himself into a world where COVID-19 will go away in time to save his re-election campaign. Sure, people were getting sick and dying by the thousands in…

Live updates: Daily number of new coronavirus cases in U.S. tops 50,000 for first time

washingtonpost.com - By Antonia Noori Farzan and close Antonia Noori Farzan Reporter for the Morning Mix Email EmailBio BioFollow Follow Rick Noack close Rick Noack Foreign affairs reporter focusing on Europe and interna…

Coronavirus Hot Spot States by the Numbers

nymag.com - We’re committed to keeping our readers informed. We’ve removed our paywall from essential coronavirus news stories. Become a subscriber to support our journalists. Subscribe now. It’s getting worse. …

Coronavirus cases rose by nearly 50 percent last month, led by states that reopened first

washingtonpost.com - Vice President Pence, left, walks with Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey after their meeting Wednesday to discuss the surge in coronavirus cases in the state. (Ross D. Franklin/AP) By Anne Gearan, close Anne G…

Texas Cases at Record; Pennsylvania Mandates Masks: Virus Update

bloomberg.com - New York City postponed a planned reopening of restaurant dining rooms, California ordered many indoor businesses to shut and Pennsylvania required residents to wear masks as U.S. state and local lea…

Asia Today: India's virus cases surpass 600,000, curve rises

apnews.com - NEW DELHI (AP) — India’s number of coronavirus cases passed 600,000 on Thursday with the nation’s infection curve rising and its testing capacity being increased. The 19,148 new cases reported in the…

Revealed: Covid-19 outbreaks at meat-processing plants in US being kept quiet

theguardian.com - A chicken processing facility in western North Carolina reportedly underwent widespread testing for Covid-19 in early June. Workers at the plant were scared. Several employees had already tested posi…

A predicted surge in US job growth for June might not last

apnews.com - WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. employers likely rehired several million more workers in June, thereby reducing a Depression-level unemployment rate, but the most up-to-date data suggests that a resurgent cor…

China could prevent Hongkongers moving to UK, says Dominic Raab

theguardian.com - Britain could do little to “coercively force” China if it tries to block Hongkongers from coming to the UK to take up a government visa pledge, the foreign secretary, Dominic Raab, has admitted. Bori…

New York Times Went On A Cletus Safari, But Cletus Was Not There

wonkette.com - Is the new Politico/New York Times David Brooks Fantasia thing of the season going to be the UN-CLETUS SAFARI? Are journalists going to go to all the diners, drive-ins and dives in Pennsylvania looki…

Fauci: Mixed Messaging On Masks Set U.S. Public Health Response Back

npr.org - Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, speaks during a Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee hearing on June 30, 2020. While conced…

Richmond, Va., Mayor Orders Emergency Removal Of Confederate Statues

npr.org - Virginia's capital city began taking down its statue of Stonewall Jackson after Mayor Levar Stoney ordered the immediate removal of multiple Confederate statues in Richmond. A crane and a cherry pick…

It's 'Our Fault': Nextdoor CEO Takes Blame For Deleting of Black Lives Matter Posts

npr.org - Nextdoor CEO Sarah Friar, here in July 2019, tells NPR the popular neighborhood app is taking steps to address reports of racial profiling and censorship on the platform. As protests swept the nation…

How the Black Death make the rich richer

bbc.com - But another less often remarked consequence of the Black Death was the rise of wealthy entrepreneurs and business-government links. Although the Black Death caused short-term losses for Europe’s larg…

Israeli annexation a 'final nail in the coffin' of Palestine

aljazeera.com - Ramallah, occupied West Bank - Despite a delay in the long-anticipated declaration of an Israeli plan to annex one-third of the already illegally occupied West Bank, including parts of the strategic …

90 Days, 400 Years

medium.com - In Capitalist America, time is money and money is time. And, in America, that time is all the more valuable when you consider calling in to engage civically. Until now, with so many Americans out of …

Advertisers Are Fleeing Facebook Over Its Failure to Moderate Hate Speech

rollingstone.com - Facebook is finally paying a price for its inability — if not its outright refusal — to effectively moderate hate speech and misinformation on its platform. In recent weeks, over 400 companies have p…

Public Outcry Follows Gilead Decision to Charge $3000 for COVID Drug that Costs Pennies to Produce

mintpressnews.com - California-based pharmaceutical giant Gilead Sciences has announced that a five-day course of its antiviral drug Remdesivir — shown in tests to effectively fight COVID-19 — will cost $3,120 to Americ…

How the NYPD Weaponized a Curfew Against Protesters and Residents

theintercept.com - Husan Blue, his family, and his neighbors were having a cookout on the patio outside their apartment in Crown Heights. It was a warm summer night in Brooklyn. Little kids were running around and play…

Rolling Back Environmental Protections under Cover of the Pandemic

scientificamerican.com - In Malaysia, it’s happening so a housing development can be built. In Albania, it’s to make room for an airport. And in both Brazil and the United States, it’s to extract more minerals and fossil fue…

UCSF pays $1 million ransom to recover medical school data from hackers

mercurynews.com - Malware attacks on prominent businesses and institutions are nothing new. But experts say the shift to working from home amid the COVID-19 pandemic may be making it easier for hackers to find a way i…

Virus Shot From Pfizer, BioNtech Shows Promise in Early Test

bloomberg.com - An early trial of an experimental coronavirus vaccine from Pfizer Inc. and BioNtech SE showed it’s safe and prompted patients to produce antibodies against the new virus, keeping it in the lead pack …

Divided West can do little as China tightens up on Hong Kong

apnews.com - LONDON (AP) — From Tokyo to Brussels, political leaders have swiftly decried Beijing’s move to impose a tough national security law on Hong Kong that cracks down on subversive activity and protest in…

When Essential Workers Earn Less Than The Jobless: 'We Put The Country On Our Back'

npr.org - As coronavirus cases persist and some states even backtrack their reopening plans, essential workers have flooded social media with calls for hazard pay. A strange thing happened this spring. As co-w…

She Needed Lifesaving Medication, but the Only Hospital in Town Did Not Have It

propublica.org - Investigating the Business of Oklahoma's Rural Hospitals ProPublica is a nonprofit newsroom that investigates abuses of power. Sign up to receive our biggest stories as soon as they’re published. Thi…

'Extreme inequality was the preexisting condition': How COVID-19 widened America's wealth gap

abcnews.go.com - The novel coronavirus pandemic has only exacerbated income inequality, experts say, making the richest wealthier while leaving many of the poorest without jobs.

The Trump Administration Is Waiving the Public’s Right to Affordable Coronavirus Treatments

theintercept.com - The federal government has failed to include intellectual property and pricing protections in at least four contracts for drugs to combat Covid-19. Legal safeguards meant to ensure that products deve…

What a Glass of Wine a Day Does to Your Body

treehugger.com - We are a species that loves our fermented grapes. We've been making and drinking wine since 6000 B.C. Even as far back as 2,000 years ago there were wine bars on every street in Roman cities. In 2014…

Voters in deep-red Oklahoma approve Medicaid expansion

washingtonpost.com - Supporters of Yes on 802, the grass-roots group leading the effort to pass a ballot initiative to expand Medicaid, carry boxes of petitions into the office of the Oklahoma Secretary of State on Oct. …

Confederacy Inc.: Donald Trump, Racist Police, and the Whitewashing of History

theintercept.com - Donald Trump is bringing his white power revue to Mount Rushmore. This week on Intercepted: As cases of Covid-19 skyrocket across the U.S. — particularly in states that basked in the glory of the Tru…

What Disbanding the Police Really Meant in Camden, New Jersey

wired.com - Two schools of thought have emerged for altering US policing practices following the killing of George Floyd and widespread Black Lives Matter protests: reform the way police do their jobs, or defund…

Opinion | Facebook Can’t Be Reformed

nytimes.com - To be clear, there is no one-to-one comparison between Facebook and the police or the carceral state. Modern policing, as Ms. Kaba notes, has its origins in slave patrols. Facebook’s origins are obvi…

Israel Defense Ministry Launches COVID-19 Voice Test for Americans

mintpressnews.com - The Israeli Ministry of Defense has launched a project to analyze people’s voices and breathing patterns using artificial intelligence (AI) in order to determine if they have COVID-19. The software a…

Blueleaks: Police Focused on Unfounded Threats Amid Minneapolis Protests

theintercept.com - Newly leaked documents reveal that, in the wake of George Floyd’s killing, local and federal law enforcement agencies repeatedly told police in Minnesota that they were under attack. The fears stoked…

Reddit’s C.E.O. on Why He Banned ‘The_Donald’ Subreddit

nytimes.com - Nilay Patel, the editor in chief of The Verge, had an interesting tweet. The conversation was all about the political and legal and financial reasons that platforms might want to crack down on object…

Lincoln cancels the Continental again because the US is hooked on SUVs

theverge.com - Lincoln is ending production of the famed Continental sedan at the end of 2020, just four years after reintroducing the vehicle following a 14-year hiatus. Why? Because Americans have fallen irretrie…

It Happened Here

jewishcurrents.org - IN FEBRUARY 1939, the pro-Hitler German American Bund drew more than 20,000 supporters to Madison Square Garden for a rally celebrating “Americanism” in general and George Washington’s birthday in pa…


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Confirmed coronavirus cases are rising in 40 of 50 states

apnews.com - FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — Four U.S. states — Arizona, California, Florida and Texas — reported a combined 25,000 new confirmed coronavirus cases Thursday as the infection curve rose in 40 of the 5…

U.S. sets record for new coronavirus cases, surpassing 55,000

washingtonpost.com - By Kim Bellware, close Kim Bellware Reporter covering national breaking news and features Email EmailBio BioFollow Follow Siobhán O'Grady, close Siobhán O'Grady Staff Writer, Foreign desk Email Email…

Coronavirus live news: Mexican state asks for US border closure as global cases near 11m

theguardian.com - Low income Italians are significantly more likely to die of the coronavirus than higher-income groups, the country’s first significant study into the disease’s disproportionate social impact has show…

Ghislaine Maxwell Groomed Girls for Epstein by Trying to ‘Normalize Sexual Abuse', Prosecutors Say

vice.com - Ghislaine Maxwell, the British socialite accused of being Jeffrey Epstein’s madam, was arrested and indicted Thursday on multiple federal charges for her alleged role in his child sex trafficking rin…

Maxwell’s Case Being Handled by SDNY Public Corruption Unit Could Spell Trouble for U.S. Elites

lawandcrime.com - Jeffrey Epstein’s former girlfriend and alleged groomer was finally arrested after a nearly year-long search by federal authorities that began just after Epstein himself was caught last summer. While…

Prince Andrew under pressure after arrest of Ghislaine Maxwell

theguardian.com - Pressure on Prince Andrew to speak to FBI investigators was mounting after his friend Ghislaine Maxwell was arrested on charges of sex trafficking and perjury as part of its ongoing inquiry into the …

Another Day, Another Coronavirus Record In Florida

npr.org - A public safety officer directs drivers where to go last week at a coronavirus testing site at the Lee Davis Community Resource Center in Tampa, Fla. Florida's surge of COVID-19 cases shows no signs …

Trump flew into a rage every time US intelligence warned him about Russia, so officials gave up briefing him on it, report says

businessinsider.com - President Donald Trump was briefed less and less with warnings about Russia's behavior toward the US because he would get angry when presented with intelligence about it, CNN reported on Wednesday. E…

Police Unions Are Racist Power Brokers in Opposition to Movement for Black Lives

truthout.org - The scene is all too frequent — a Black person is slain or wantonly brutalized on camera by police officers, most often white, and in response, a white police union leader steps to the microphone and…

How Masks Went From Don’t-Wear to Must-Have

wired.com - But even if scientists can’t yet put an exact figure on what sizes of particles mattered the most for preventing the spread of Covid-19, evidence on the effectiveness of masks did start to tip as spr…

The Next Pandemic Will Be Caused by the National Debt. It Will Crater the Economy.

reason.com - One of the most frustrating aspects of the novel coronavirus pandemic is how many early warning signs and response plans for just such an event were waved away by public health officials, the preside…

After June Job Gains, Still a ‘Deep Hole,’ and New Worries

nytimes.com - “I think we would be really hesitant,” he said. “Staying shut we understood, but reopening and reshutting is just wrong.” Economists say stories like Mr. Terzian’s drive home a central fact of the cr…

How Police Secretly Took Over a Global Phone Network for Organized Crime

vice.com - The documents obtained by Motherboard detail some of the information intercepted by authorities, and lay out not only the actions of one alleged drug dealer, but show just how deeply law enforcement …

Inside Maya Moore's extraordinary quest for justice

espn.com - ON A SUNNY October day in Jefferson City, Missouri, Maya Moore huddles with her family and friends outside the Cole County courthouse. They stand in a circle, holding hands. Moore prays with them bef…

Jonathan Irons, Helped by W.N.B.A. Star Maya Moore, Freed From Prison

nytimes.com - Prosecutors said Irons, who was 16 at the time the crime took place, admitted to a police officer that he had broken into Stotler’s home, a claim that Irons steadfastly denied. The officer who interr…

Thousands of U.S. judges who broke laws or oaths remained on the bench

reuters.com - Judge Les Hayes once sentenced a single mother to 496 days behind bars for failing to pay traffic tickets. The sentence was so stiff it exceeded the jail time Alabama allows for negligent homicide. M…

In the Covid-19 Economy, You Can Have a Kid or a Job. You Can’t Have Both.

nytimes.com - But my family, as a social and economic unit, cannot operate forever in the framework authorities envision for the fall. There are so many ways that the situation we’ve been thrust into, in which bus…

Ambassadors Sold Off Stocks While Trump Played Down Pandemic

thedailybeast.com - Ambassadors appointed by President Donald Trump sold off stock while the president downplayed the severity of the coronavirus, CNBC reports. U.S. representatives to Uruguay, France, Morocco and Italy…

Zuckerberg: Advertisers will be back 'soon enough'

bbc.com - As the ads boycott grows, Mark Zuckerberg shows no sign of backing down. "My guess is that all these advertisers will be back on the platform soon enough" the Facebook chief executive has said. Campa…

France suspends Nato mission role amid Turkey row

bbc.com - France has temporarily pulled out of a Nato security operation amid a major row with Turkey. The defence ministry said France had suspended its role in Operation Sea Guardian, accusing Turkey of viol…

Herman Cain, who attended Trump’s Tulsa rally, hospitalized with covid-19

washingtonpost.com - Former Republican presidential hopeful Herman Cain delivers the Tea Party Express response to President Barack Obama's State of the Union Address at the National Press Club in Washington in 2012. (Jo…

Revealed: Scars of Covid-19 could last for life as doctors warn of long-term damage to health

telegraph.co.uk - Prof Openshaw, an immunologist at Imperial College London, said there was particular concern about patients who suffered extensive blood clots, which can cut off blood supply to parts of the lungs, l…

Beware of Anti-Trump Republicans Who Endorse Joe Biden

truthout.org - A stampeding herd of “anti-Trump” Republican organizations and PACs has flooded the 2020 presidential campaign with ads attacking the president and endorsing his rival, Joe Biden. If beating Donald T…

Do Americans Understand How Badly They’re Doing?

theatlantic.com - I returned to Paris with my family three months after President Emmanuel Macron had ordered one of the world’s most aggressive national quarantines, and one month after France had begun to ease itsel…

Months Ago, an Officer in Louisiana Shot a 14-Year-Old Boy. It Took the George Floyd Protests for People to Pay Attention.

theintercept.com - On the evening of Friday, March 20, Tiffany McGee, a resident of Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, just outside New Orleans, received a call from a nurse at the Tulane University Medical Center. Her 14-ye…

Former Israeli Intel Official Claims Jeffrey Epstein, Ghislaine Maxwell Worked for Israel

mintpressnews.com - Since the apparent death by suicide of Jeffrey Epstein in a Manhattan prison, much has come to light about his depraved activities and methods used to sexually abuse underage girls and entrap the ric…

Barr Targets 'Anti-Government Extremists' | DCReport.org

dcreport.org - OK, the Law & Order hunt is officially on. Attorney General William P. Barr has directed the formation of an interagency task force dedicated to countering “anti-government extremists” from a variety…

Prison Officials in Kansas Ignored the Pandemic. Then People Started Dying.

theintercept.com - The men incarcerated at Lansing Correctional Facility, a state prison in northeastern Kansas, first heard about the Covid-19 pandemic from the news or from relatives on the outside. There were no kno…

Ghislaine Maxwell Is Flight Risk, Should Be Jailed In Advance Of Trial, Feds Argue

thesmokinggun.com - In arguing to detain Ghislaine Maxwell, Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged madam/fellow sex trafficker, federal prosecutors contend that the socialite is a severe flight risk in light of the lengthy prison se…

Citigroup Has Made a Sap of the Fed: Borrowing at 0.35 % from the Fed While Charging Consumers 27.4 % on Credit Cards

wallstreetonparade.com - The first thing you need to know about Citibank and its parent, Citigroup, is that they have an extensive rap sheet. (See here). The second thing you need to know is that Citigroup is a serial predat…

How the Far-Right Boogaloo Movement Is Trying to Hijack Anti-Racist Protests for a Race War

theintercept.com - Remember: These are heavily armed men, many of them with military training, looking for new and greater opportunities for violent protest. Miller-Idris told me that the boogaloo bois have mobilized “…

On Fourth of July Weekend, Concerns for Covid-19 Spread

undark.org - Cases of Covid-19 increased across much of the country this week, raising fears that the virus that causes it could spread further during gatherings over the Fourth of July weekend. The holiday arriv…

How the Media Used the Bounty Scandal to Stop the ‘Threat’ of Peace in Afghanistan

mintpressnews.com - Across my career, I have said more positive words about the scolex family of intestinal tapeworms than I have said about Donald Trump. (Scolex have been shown to read more.) No, this is a column abou…

A coronavirus vaccine rooted in a government partnership is fueling financial rewards for company executives

washingtonpost.com - Stéphane Bancel, chief executive of Moderna, in 2017. (Adam Glanzman/Bloomberg News) By Christopher Rowland and close Christopher Rowland Business reporter focused on the health-care economy's effect…

Eric Trump mocked for tweeting image of Ghislaine Maxwell with Clintons — when his dad hung out with her repeatedly

rawstory.com - … then let us make a small request. The COVID crisis has cut advertising rates in half, and we need your help. Like you, we here at Raw Story believe in the power of progressive journalism. Raw Story…

Analysis | The June jobs numbers were good — in part because they predate the new coronavirus surge

washingtonpost.com - People line up outside a Kentucky Career Center hoping to find assistance with their unemployment claims in Frankfort on June 18. (Bryan Woolston/Reuters) By Philip Bump close Philip Bump National co…

The 12-Year-Old Journalist Who Grilled David Duke

slate.com - In 1989, a Black 12-year-old girl in New Orleans found the David Duke phenomenon, and Duke himself, hard to comprehend. So she called Duke on the phone to ask him some questions. In this Slow Burn in…


Editor's note

The Doomstead Diner is a hub for discussion and information pertaining to the ongoing Economic Collapse of the Industrial Economy. The Diner is the result of many years of discussion and debate on many other forums. At Doomstead Diner, our goal is to collate much of the information we can to assist in planning for the world to come.
"Do not be daunted by the enormity of the world's grief. Do justly now, love mercy now, walk humbly now. You are not obligated to complete the work, but neither are you free to abandon it."

 

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