Louis DeJoy must resign. Now
The postmaster general has proved himself unfit to serve as the Postal Service chief and has undermined American democracy in the process.
The mushrooming violence in Kenosha is what people mean when they say “violence begets violence”: not that one act of violence deserves or justifies another, but that they often follow and attract each other, spreading organically, like rot, infestation, contagion. Denying or downplaying any of these violent deeds can only make that reproduction more difficult to halt.
News Publishers Join Fight Against Apple Over App Store Terms
The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal are among companies seeking more favorable terms in Apple’s app store
Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) laid down an ultimatum for stimulus negotiations to resume after failing to make any progress in talks with White House chief of staff Mark Meadows.
WASHINGTON ― Taxpayers shelled out at least $64,443 to safeguard the president’s eldest son and his girlfriend during a two-day visit to Paris in 2018 that included a stay at a $1,000-a-night hotel a few blocks from the Champs-Elysees, according to U.S. Secret Service records.
The new COVID test will be accompanied by a free smartphone app that will display a user’s test results, which can then be displayed when asked at social gathering places like schools and workplaces.
The test should help meet a growing demand for cheap, less-accurate COVID-19 tests that some public health officials argue the U.S. needs to return to school and work. Peter Weber
Don Jr. robocall urges supporters to vote by mail
The president’s son made the appeals as his father continues to rail against widespread mail-in voting.
Intel officials contradict Trump on voting by mail
The officials said they had seen no signs that foreign countries were looking to undermine mail-in ballots, in a break with the president and attorney general.