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  • 21884 Watch a News Conference With President Trump
    Watch live coverage of a news conference with President Trump. [anonymous]
  • 21883 Coronavirus Update: Antimalarial-Drug Studies Retracted, Musk Slams Amazon
    Two studies casting doubt on the effectiveness of hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine against Covid-19 were retracted; Elon Musk blasted Jeff Bezos and Amazon for rejecting a book; George Floyd’s autopsy says he was positive for Covid-19. WSJ’s Jason Bellini has the latest. Photo: George Frey/Re... [anonymous]
  • 21882 Protests Continue for 10th Night Across U.S. Following George Floyd Memorial
    Largely peaceful marches took place on the 10th night of protests following the killing of George Floyd, after a memorial in Minneapolis. In Buffalo, two police officers were suspended without pay after a video showed them knocking down an elderly man. Photo: Chandan Khanna/AFP via Getty Images [anonymous]
  • 21881 Why More Women Have Lost Jobs During the Pandemic
    Unemployment in the pandemic has fallen disproportionately on Latina women, with many in the service industry. Here’s how gender, race, and occupation help determine who is most vulnerable in the worst economic slump since the Great Depression. Illustration: Crystal Tai [anonymous]
  • 21880 Businesses Struggle to Open After Being Hit a Third Time
    Businesses were first hit by the coronavirus pandemic, then by the economic downturn, now some are reeling after being vandalized and looted. Photo: Scott Olson/Getty Images [anonymous]
  • 21879 Russia Declares Emergency Over Fuel Spill in Its Arctic Region
    Russian President Vladimir Putin declared a national state of emergency over 20,000 tons of spilled diesel fuel in Siberia, an action that the government hasn’t taken during the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Marine Rescue Service/AFP/Getty Images [anonymous]
  • 21878 George Floyd Remembered at Memorial Service
    Family members and friends of George Floyd memorialized him Thursday as thousands across the U.S. continued to protest against police brutality for the 10th day. Photo: Leah Millis/Reuters [anonymous]
  • 21877 Opinion: Rod Rosenstein Knew Nothing
    Potomac Watch: The FBI withheld crucial information from the former Deputy Attorney General. Why didn’t he ask questions? Images: Zuma Press/Getty Images Composite: Mark Kelly [anonymous]
  • 21876 George Floyd’s Death Will Not Have Been in Vain, Barr Says
    Attorney General William Barr said authorities have made 51 arrests for federal crimes related to rioting and that all law-enforcement agencies have been deployed to quell violent activity. Photo: Kevin Lamarque/Reuters [anonymous]
  • 21875 Watch the George Floyd Memorial
    Watch live coverage of the Minneapolis memorial for George Floyd. [anonymous]
  • 21874 High-Tech vs. Tradition: The Battle Over Wagyu Beef
    Japanese and Australian farmers are competing for the U.S. wagyu market that analysts forecast to be worth $1.1 billion by 2023. WSJ visits one rancher using traditional methods to produce $200 steaks, and another who has invested in new technology to slash prices. Photo: Mami Morisaki for The Wall... [anonymous]
  • 21873 High-Tech vs Tradition: The Battle Over Wagyu Beef
    Japanese and Australian farmers are competing for the U.S. wagyu market that will be worth $1.1 billion by 2023. WSJ visits one rancher using traditional methods to produce $200 steaks, and another who has invested in new technology to slash prices. Photo: Mami Morisaki for The Wall Street Journal [anonymous]
  • 21872 Protests Continue After New Charges Against Officers in George Floyd’s Killing
    Protests continued past curfews in some U.S. cities after the Minnesota attorney general announced new charges in the killing of George Floyd. As President Trump said the nation needs “law and order,” former President Barack Obama weighed in on the demonstrations. Photo: Lev Radin/Zuma Press [anonymous]
  • 21871 Coronavirus Update: Senate Approves PPP Changes, China to Allow More Flights
    The Senate approves a bill to loosen requirements in the Paycheck Protection Program; China says it will ease restrictions on foreign airlines; officials confirm the first death of a Rohingya refugee from coronavirus. WSJ’s Jason Bellini has the latest on the pandemic. Photo: Angela Weiss/AFP/Get... [anonymous]
  • 21870 Las Vegas Makes a Bet on Reopening Casinos Amid Coronavirus
    Few American cities have been hit harder economically by the coronavirus lockdown than Las Vegas. WSJ visited the city’s famous strip to learn about how Sin City is reopening its casinos. Photo: John Locher/AP [anonymous]
  • 21869 Opinion: America’s New Nihilism
    Wonder Land: "Systemic racism" is a systemic forgetting of 55 years of urban policy failure. Image: Scott Heins/Getty Images [anonymous]
  • 21868 Esper Says He Doesn’t Support Active Troop Deployment Against Protesters
    Secretary of Defense Mark Esper said active duty forces should only be used in “dire situations,” and that he doesn’t support invoking the Insurrection Act to contain this week’s protests sparked by the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Photo: Brendan Smialowski/AFP [anonymous]
  • 21867 Coronavirus Update: Trump Threatens to Move Convention, Zoom Revenue Soars
    President Trump says Republicans are now seeking to move their convention out of North Carolina; Chicago proceeds with reopening plans despite protests following the killing of George Floyd; video-chat app Zoom reports soaring revenue. WSJ’s Jason Bellini has the latest on the pandemic. Photo: Ch... [anonymous]
  • 21866 All Four Ex-Officers Face Charges in George Floyd Killing
    Minnesota’s attorney general added an upgraded charge of second-degree murder against Derek Chauvin in the killing of George Floyd, and announced charges against three other former officers involved in Floyd's arrest as protests across the U.S. continued into their ninth day. Photo: Eduardo M... [anonymous]
  • 21865 The Promise and Peril of Fast-Tracking Coronavirus Vaccine Development
    As the coronavirus continues to spread around the globe, companies and academic labs are racing to develop a vaccine that would help society get back to normal. But there could also be costs to moving too quickly. WSJ’s Daniela Hernandez explains. Photo illustration: Laura Kammermann [anonymous]
  • 21864 Protesters Stage Marches Across U.S. After Night of Curfews and Unrest
    Protesters staged marches in cities around the country after a night of arrests and destruction; President Trump was criticized over his visit to a church; George Floyd’s death was ruled a homicide. Watch the key developments. Photo: Richard Vogel/Associated Press [anonymous]
  • 21863 Why the U.S. Military Is in an Uncomfortable Position
    President Trump threatened to deploy the U.S. military onto the streets to quell protesters and protect law and order. WSJ’s Gerald F. Seib explains why this move puts military commanders in a tough position. Photo: Jonathan Ernst/Reuters [anonymous]
  • 21862 U.S. Protests Spark Reactions Around the World, From Citizens to Leaders
    Anti-racism protests sparked by the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis have spread across the world, from New Zealand to Brazil. Meanwhile, adversaries including China and Iran have criticized the U.S. government’s handling of the demonstrations. [anonymous]
  • 21861 How to Properly (and Safely) Disinfect Your Home
    To help protect against the coronavirus, the CDC recommends cleaning and disinfecting frequently touched surfaces daily. Bryan Warcholek, who leads the Covid-19 team for biohazard clean-up company Aftermath Services, shows how it’s done. Photo: Adam Falk/The Wall Street Journal [anonymous]
  • 21860 Coronavirus Update: Protests Shake Reopening Plans, Big Test for Vote by Mail
    New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo fears protests could imperil coronavirus efforts; voting by mail faces a big test as seven states hold primaries; Starbucks pares back its operations. WSJ’s Jason Bellini has the latest on the pandemic. Photo: Angela Weiss/AFP [anonymous]
  • 21859 Opinion: Ward Connerly Resumes His Fight Against Affirmative Action
    Main Street: Civil-rights champion Ward Connerly has joined Asian-Americans in their fight against efforts to repeal Proposition 209, which makes it illegal for California to consider race in deciding who is admitted to state universities. Images: AP/WSJ Composite: Mark Kelly [anonymous]
  • 21858 As Anger Erupts Across U.S., Law Enforcement Tries to Rein In Protests
    Authorities in cities across the U.S. used tear gas, curfews and arrests in an attempt to contain violent protests sparked by the death of George Floyd. WSJ reporters in Minneapolis, Chicago and Los Angeles describe the worst civil unrest to erupt across the country in decades. Photo: Alex Wong/Get... [anonymous]
  • 21857 Riots Take Hold Across U.S. as Protests Over George Floyd’s Death Grow
    Protests turned violent in cities including Philadelphia, Washington, D.C. and Los Angeles on Saturday night, as demonstrations triggered by the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis have escalated this weekend into the most widespread riots in the U.S. in decades. Photo: Vanessa Carvalho/Zuma Press [anonymous]
  • 21856 A Hollywood Pro’s Tips for Sounding Good on Calls
    Taking lots of phone and video calls lately? WSJ’s Nicole Nguyen talks to Jon Bailey, a work-at-home professional voice actor behind characters like Transformers’ Optimus Prime, about getting clear, crisp audio from wherever your office is. Photo Illustration: Dom Amatore for The Wall Street Jo... [anonymous]
  • 21855 SpaceX Successfully Launches NASA Astronauts into Space
    Astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley made history Saturday as Elon Musk’s SpaceX rocket successfully launched the NASA crew into orbit becoming the first private firm to do so. The endeavor marks a new era for space exploration. Photo: David J. Philip/AP [anonymous]