May 26, 2020
Mixed messages have left many workers and their communities in the dark about the extent of the spread of the coronavirus. Crime has fallen in many U.S. cities during the pandemic.
A U.S. official resigned less than two months after he was sidelined as the head of a watchdog panel overseeing the spending of relief money.
Here’s what you need to know:
- About a dozen states are reporting upticks in new cases, even as the national picture improves.
- The floor of the New York Stock Exchange reopened and the stock market rallied in early trading.
- The stakes for reopening are especially high for Las Vegas.
- An uptick in virus cases makes guarantees difficult for the Republican National Convention.
- California is in ‘economic free fall’ after its early shutdown.
- U.S. official resigns after being sidelined as the head of a watchdog panel overseeing spending of relief money.
- The Trump administration signals it may not enforce a ban on aid to undocumented students