In San Francisco, which is taking a conservative approach to reopening, hotel managers don’t expect to get the green light until mid-August, said Kevin Carroll, the president and CEO of the Hotel Council of San Francisco. Until that time, the city will only be open to travelers on essential business, people under quarantine, those who cannot stay in their homes and people in the area caring for a vulnerable person. … [Read more...] about California hotels are starting to open up, but is it safe to stay in one during coronavirus?
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But you have this concentration of these very large companies that had that kind of influence on the sharing of information and viewpoints in our society. And that is a fundamental problem, because our republic was founded on the idea, and the whole rationale was that there would be a lot of diversity of voices, and it would be hard for someone to be able to galvanize a big faction in the United States that could dominate politically and oppress a minority. … [Read more...] about Exclusive: Maria Bartiromo interviews AG Barr on police reform, Big Tech censorship, Durham investigation
“I want to also say, though, that hospitalizations may be going up, but that's because elective procedures are now permitted," Kudlow said on CNN’s “State of the Union.” "And maybe, most importantly, Jake, although the case rate has increased a bit, we're not talking about a second round here.” … [Read more...] about Kudlow says it’s ‘probably’ good idea for Trump supporters to wear masks to Oklahoma rally
Researchers point to a variety of factors to explain the reversal, including a weakening in federal efforts to combat structural racism and a decline in unionization, as well as an increase in the number of families headed by single Black mothers and in the incarceration rates of Black men. And while Black Americans have acquired more education, they are still underrepresented in higher-skilled, better-paying jobs. … [Read more...] about These charts show how economic progress has stalled for Black Americans since the Civil Rights era