Work

The New York Times

  • In Derecho’s Wake, More Than 250,000 in Midwest Struggle Without Power [link]

Business Insider

  • The risk levels of everyday activities like dining out, going to the gym, and getting a haircut, according to an infectious disease expert [link]
  • Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Elizabeth Warren want to ban big mergers during the coronavirus pandemic [link]
  • ‘A sick joke’: Instacart workers strike after calling the company’s response to their demands ‘insulting’ [link]
  • ‘It’s hysteria’: Asian students at Arizona State University say they’re being treated differently after a case of the Wuhan coronavirus was confirmed there [link]

Reuters

  • Pentagon pulls funds for military schools, daycare to pay for Trump’s border wall [link]
  • Mass shooting rumor in Facebook Group shows private chats are not risk-free [link]
  • Trump says he wouldn’t stop Fed Chair Powell if he offered to resign [link]
  • Trump spares bibles but not rosaries from Chinese tariff lists [link]
  • Confusion builds over U.S. ban on Chinese surveillance technology [link]

Cronkite News

  • New steel, aluminum tariffs worry Arizona firms, raise trade war fears [link]
  • Experts: Tariffs on French cheese, wines, more will cost U.S. consumers [link]
  • Tribal leaders tell Senate voting barriers are persistent, systemic [link]
  • All in a (12-hour) day’s work: Lawmakers log long hours despite gridlock [link]