“It started when they let a sick employee infect their residents and it continued when they sent an infected resident into the community, into a car. Putting somebody in a vehicle, and sending them home knowing that the caregivers would then be exposed is unacceptable.” … [Read more...] about Kansas woman with 15% survival rate, recovers from COVID-19
Yoon -- whose full name is not being published due to a South Korean law that protects the privacy of suspects and criminals -- was the only person ever convicted of the so-called Hwaseong murders, one of South Korea's most infamous serial killing cases. He was released in 2008 after spending 20 years in prison for the rape and murder of a 13-year-old in 1988, with police suspecting that the case was a copycat killing. … [Read more...] about 30 years ago, he was wrongfully convicted of murder. Now police have apologized for forcing him to make a false confession
"You say coddling of [North Korean leader] Kim [Jong Un] made you ill. ... Siding with [Russian President Vladimir] Putin at Helsinki. Abandoning the Kurds. You called the Ukrainian thing that got him impeached a 'drug deal.' You didn’t want any part of that," Maher said to Bolton on Friday, referencing some of topics that Bolton discusses in his book. … [Read more...] about Maher presses Bolton for not backing Biden: How could he ‘be worse’ than Trump?
1:06 p.m. SF releases guidelines for social interactions: San Francisco officials released a set of guidelines Friday meant to help make social interactions as safe as possible as the city prepares to begin gradually reopening its economy and permitting activities that have been off-limits for months during the COVID-19 pandemic. The city’s stay-home order is still in effect, but officials have recognized the near-inevitability that people will want to begin seeing family, friends and others outside their households again, especially with a broader set of activities — like indoor retail and outdoor restaurant dining — starting June 15. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus news from the Bay Area: June 4-5
Those who don’t like giving out personal information shouldn’t plan on attending. Tickets must be paid for with credit cards that can be traced to individual fans, and the KBO also is considering requiring ticket buyers to register with smartphone QR codes. … [Read more...] about Dahlberg: Fans may not like what they see on return to stands