New cases there surged from 66 a day from Aug. 9 to 15 to over 240 a day during Aug. 23 to 29. Across the country the number was over 300 per day last week. But acting Seoul Mayor Suh Jung-hyup asked the capital’s 10 million residents to “freeze” their activities as much as possible until Sept. 6. Coffee and other franchise outlets can only offer takeaways. Restaurants and food trucks must close at 9 p.m. Jeju Island has banned gatherings of more than three people.
We’ve also known for a while that some COVID-19 patients’ hearts are taking a beating, too—but over the past few weeks, the evidence has strengthened that cardiac damage can happen even among people who have never displayed symptoms of coronavirus infection. And these frightening findings help explain why college and professional sports leagues are proceeding with special caution as they make decisions about whether or not to play.
United States Postal Service (USPS) Board of Governors Chairman, Robert M. Duncan, is a director of the Mitch McConnell-allied Senate Leadership Fund Super PAC, as paperwork filed Monday confirmed. The ties between Duncan and McConnell deepen concerns about the integrity of what will likely be an election largely conducted with mail-in ballots, which has also been complicated by issues with a Republican-led gutting of the USPS.
Duncan’s ties to the $130 million Senate Leadership Fund is just one of the chairman’s ties to prominent Republicans. Moreover, nearly all of the people on the Trump-nominated USPS board of governors have ties to the Trump administration.
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Anger at Lebanon’s political class has galvanized a coalition opposed to the sectarian system of government. Some pledges appear achievable, but toppling the establishment will likely prove beyond tough.
The coronavirus is spreading much faster in Spain than anywhere else in Europe. After a relative lull during the summer, experts fear it signals a new surge across the continent.
When incompetence is the guide to hiring by Trump “Some of the most prominent journalists at Voice of America have accused its new Trump-appointed chief executive of McCarthyism and putting reporters at risk by purging staff and suggesting that being a journalist is “a great cover for a spy”.
- Staff letter says CEO Michael Pack is putting reporters at risk
- Pack suggested being a journalist was ‘a great cover for a spy’
Some of the most prominent journalists at Voice of America have accused its new Trump-appointed chief executive of McCarthyism and putting reporters at risk by purging staff and suggesting that being a journalist is “a great cover for a spy”.