Showing posts from July 24, 2020

What’s on TV Saturday: ‘Surviving Joe Exotic’ and ‘Days of the Whale’

By BY LAUREN MESSMAN Arts Animal Planet follows some of the big cats transferred from Joe Exotic’s zoo. And two Colombian graffiti artists clash with a local gang in a New York Times’ Critic’s Pick. New York Times Television, Movies July 25, 2020 at 05:00AM

The Coronavirus Unleashed Along the Amazon River

By BY TYLER HICKS, JULIE TURKEWITZ AND MANUELA ANDREONI World As the pandemic assails Brazil, the virus is taking an exceptionally high toll on the Amazon region. New York Times Disease Rates, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) July 25, 2020 at 04:34AM

Quotation of the Day: Charities Fall in Need of Aid to Stay Afloat

By Unknown Author Today’s Paper Quotation of the Day for Saturday, July 25, 2020. New York Times July 25, 2020 at 04:26AM

‘Home-Schooling Won’t Kill Us. Covid-19 Might.’

By BY RACHEL L. HARRIS AND LISA TARCHAK Opinion Parents and teachers struggle with how to reopen schools safely this fall. New York Times Education (K-12), Coronavirus Risks and Safety Concerns, E-Learning, Teachers and School Employees July 25, 2020 at 04:10AM

La unidad de ovnis del Pentágono sale de las sombras y publicará algunos hallazgos

By BY RALPH BLUMENTHAL AND LESLIE KEAN en Español Durante más de una década, el programa, ahora dentro de la Oficina de Inteligencia Naval de Estados Unidos, ha discutido eventos misteriosos en sesiones informativas clasificadas. New York Times Classified Information and State Secrets, United States Defense and Military Forces, Unidentified Flying Objects (UFO), Space and Astronomy July 25, 2020 at 02:49AM

For Whose Sake?

By BY CAITLIN LOVINGER Crosswords & Games Royce Ferguson sets up our weekend stacks. New York Times Crossword Puzzles July 25, 2020 at 01:40AM

Clash of the Historians: Paper on Andrew Jackson and Trump Causes Turmoil

By BY JENNIFER SCHUESSLER Arts A paper accusing scholars of “historical malpractice” upended an academic society and stirred arguments about racism, history and the limits of debate. New York Times History (Academic Subject) July 25, 2020 at 01:22AM

American Catastrophe Through German Eyes

By BY ROGER COHEN Opinion Trump says he wants to protect law-abiding citizens. In 1933, Hitler issued his ‘Decree of the Reich President for the Protection of People and State.’ New York Times Politics and Government, United States International Relations July 25, 2020 at 12:53AM

friday night

By Unknown Author Briefing friday night New York Times July 25, 2020 at 12:33AM

¿Podemos volver a infectarnos del coronavirus? Los expertos creen que es muy poco probable

By BY APOORVA MANDAVILLI en Español Los reportes de reinfección pueden ser casos de enfermedad prolongada. Una disminución en los anticuerpos es normal después de algunas semanas, y las personas están protegidas del coronavirus de otras maneras. New York Times Coronavirus (2019-nCoV), Disease Rates, Antibodies, Vaccination and Immunization, Immune System, Rumors and Misinformation, Tests (Medical), Coronavirus Risks and Safety Concerns, your-feed-healthcare July 25, 2020 at 12:07AM

Split 5 to 4, Supreme Court Rejects Nevada Church’s Challenge to Shutdown Restrictions

By BY ADAM LIPTAK U.S. The church said it was subject to more severe limits than casinos and restaurants. New York Times First Amendment (US Constitution), Coronavirus (2019-nCoV), Freedom of Religion, Decisions and Verdicts July 25, 2020 at 12:05AM

The Two China Fires

By BY BRET STEPHENS Opinion Is America prepared for a Cold War with China? New York Times United States International Relations, Defense and Military Forces July 25, 2020 at 12:03AM

Washington Post Settles Lawsuit With Student in Viral Protest Video

By BY EDMUND LEE Business A $250 million defamation suit over coverage of an encounter with a Native American elder came to a confidential end. New York Times Suits and Litigation (Civil), Newspapers July 25, 2020 at 12:02AM

‘Mugged by Reality,’ Trump Finds Denial Won’t Stop the Pandemic

By BY PETER BAKER U.S. A president who once claimed that “the worst days of the pandemic are behind us” now acknowledges that it has surged through much of the country and will “get worse before it gets better.” New York Times Masks, Presidential Election of 2020, Polls and Public Opinion, Coronavirus Reopenings, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) July 24, 2020 at 11:57PM

Trump Signs Orders to Reduce Cost of Prescription Drugs

By BY MCKENZIE MARSHALL U.S. President Trump on Friday signed a series of executive orders intended to lower the cost of prescription drugs in the United States. New York Times Executive Orders and Memorandums, Drugs (Pharmaceuticals), United States Politics and Government July 24, 2020 at 11:47PM

What Arizona’s Tenuous Virus Plateau Could Teach Us

By BY SARAH MERVOSH AND SIMON ROMERO U.S. Is it possible to stabilize coronavirus infections without going into full lockdown? The hardest-hit Sun Belt states are offering a real-time experiment. New York Times Disease Rates, Coronavirus Reopenings, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) July 24, 2020 at 11:28PM

Woody Johnson Was a Loyal Trump Supporter in 2016. As an Ambassador, He May Be Too Loyal.

By BY MARK LANDLER, LARA JAKES AND MAGGIE HABERMAN World In the view of some American diplomats, Mr. Johnson’s willingness to carry out President Trump’s request to seek the British government’s help in moving the British Open to his golf resort in Scotland was only the latest example of the envoy’s poor judgment. New York Times United States International Relations, Diplomatic Service, Embassies and Consulates, Ethics and Official Misconduct, British Open (Golf), United States Politics and Government July 24, 2020 at 11:19PM

Judge Rejects Challenge to Federal Agents Targeting Portland Protesters

By BY MIKE BAKER, THOMAS FULLER AND SERGIO OLMOS U.S. Oregon’s attorney general had sued to prevent federal agents from patrolling the city in unmarked vehicles and detaining protesters. New York Times Federal-State Relations (US), Decisions and Verdicts, Attorneys General July 24, 2020 at 11:15PM

Inside Trump’s About-Face on the Republican Convention in Jacksonville

By BY ANNIE KARNI, ALEXANDER BURNS AND PATRICIA MAZZEI U.S. Faced with a surging pandemic, resistance from local officials in Florida and deadlines for items like hotel payments, Mr. Trump chose to cancel the convention in an effort to cast himself as putting safety first. New York Times Presidential Election of 2020, Republican National Convention, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV), Coronavirus Reopenings, United States Politics and Government July 24, 2020 at 11:14PM