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Axios 06/05/2020 15:12
Global: Total confirmed cases as of 3 p.m. ET: — Total deaths: — Total recoveries — — . U.S.: Total confirmed cases as of 3 p.m. ET: — Total deaths: — Total recoveries: — Total tested: — . Public health: social-distancing guidelines to make reporters "a prop" — contribute to spread. States: public transit to lure riders back. Jobs: Better-than-expected jobs report . Media: , implements company-wide pay cut. What should I do? Axios asked the experts:. after contracting the coronavirus. Other resources:. CDC on. Subscribe to to follow our coronavirus coverage each morning from your inbox.
Axios 06/05/2020 14:24
German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas is expected to travel to Israel next week to if Israeli leaders move forward with plans to annex parts of the West Bank, Israeli officials and European diplomats tell me. Why it matters: Israeli and European officials agree that if Israel goes ahead with unilateral annexation, the EU will respond with sanctions. Starting from July 1st — coincidentally, the deadline set by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to begin the annexation process — Germany will assume the EU's rotating presidency. Germany will also preside at the UN Security Council in July, and thus would play a key role in the European and international responses to annexation. The backstory: The coalition agreement that allowed Netanyahu to form
Axios 06/05/2020 13:34
Minneapolis has agreed to ban the use of police chokeholds and will require nearby officers to act to stop them in the wake of George Floyd's death, . Why it matters: The agreement between the city and the Minnesota Department of Human Rights, which has launched an investigation into Floyd's death while in police custody, will be enforceable in court. An officer who doesn't attempt to intervene or report inappropriate force would be disciplined as if they had used such force themselves. It also requires the use of crowd control weapons — like tear gas, rubber bullets and flash bangs — to be specifically authorized by the police chief.
Axios 06/05/2020 13:24
Data: Yahoo Finance; Chart: Axios. The S&P 500 jumped nearly 3% on Friday after showed that an economic recovery could be underway. The state of play: Stocks since the worst of the coronavirus sell-off ended in late March and looked past a spate of ugly economic reports — not to mention civil unrest. The S&P 500 is almost flat on the year — and has recovered a huge chunk its losses since the pandemic hit. The S&P 500 is about 6% below its record high, which was set in February. By the numbers, as of 1:20 p.m.
Axios 06/05/2020 10:49
Can we trust this morning's surprisingly good employment report? The short answer: Yes. The longer answer: No statistics are entirely reliable, and the more of an outlier you're trying to measure, the less reliable your statistics become. The big picture: No one at the Bureau of Labor Statistics is trying to commit fraud.
Axios 06/05/2020 10:04
Welcome to the crisis era of energy and environmental policymaking. Driving the news: A new White House , citing COVID-19, invokes emergency powers to accelerate and even waive some environmental reviews of infrastructure and energy projects. The order yesterday said the initiative is needed for economic recovery from the pandemic.
Axios 06/05/2020 09:29
Venture capital is beginning a belated conversation about its dearth of black investors and support of black founders, but hasn't yet turned its attention to the trivial participation of historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) as limited partners in funds. Why it matters: This increases educational and economic inequality, as the vast majority of VC profits go to limited partners. HBCUs mostly aren’t LPs in venture funds...
Axios 06/05/2020 08:34
Data: Bureau of Labor Statistics; Chart: Axios Visuals. The U.S. unemployment rate fell to 13.3% in May, with 2.5 million jobs gained, the government said on Friday. Why it matters : The far better-than-expected numbers show a surprising improvement in the job market, which has been devastated by the coronavirus pandemic. What they're saying: "These improvements in the labor market reflected a limited resumption of economic activity that had been curtailed in March and April," the government said in a release on Friday. The job gains may also reflect that the Paycheck Protection Program, meant to shore up the employees of small businesses, had an effect on the labor market. Economists were expecting the unemployment rate to surge to nearly 2.
Axios 06/05/2020 08:03
Data: ; Note: Initial traditional state claims from the weeks of May 23 and 30, continuing traditional claims from May 23. Initial PUA claims from May 16, 23, and 30, continuing PUA and other programs from May 16; Chart: Andrew Witherspoon/Axios. The shocking — with a decline in the unemployment rate to 13.3% and more than 2 million jobs added — destroyed expectations of a much worse economic picture. Why it matters: Traditional economic reports have failed to keep up with the devastation of the coronavirus pandemic and have made it nearly impossible for researchers to determine the state of the U.S. labor market or the economy. Data shows more than 37 million have applied for or are receiving some form of unemployment benefits as of May 30,
Axios 06/05/2020 07:29
The NBA's Board of Governors approved Thursday the league's to resume play at Walt Disney World — a plan that also includes tentative dates for both this season and next. Why it matters: The league's proposed trip to Disney World not only impacts this season but could have a domino effect that impacts seasons in the future — and could permanently change what time of year the NBA plays its games. Calendar: These tentative dates, per ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski and The Athletic's Shams Charania, suggest that this year's champion could have less than a month off before next season begins. Training camp: June 30. Travel to Orlando: July 7. Season restart: July 31. Draft lottery: Aug. 25. Season end: Oct. 12 (last possible date). Draft: Oct. 15. Free ag.
Axios 06/05/2020 06:59
Two Buffalo police officers were suspended without pay Thursday night after of them violently shoving a 75-year-old man to the ground while clearing a protest in the wake of George Floyd's killing in the city’s Niagara Square, . The state of play: Before WBFO’s video of the incident went viral, a Buffalo police spokesman issued a statement that said "one person was injured when he tripped and fell.".
Axios 06/05/2020 06:00
As controversies around online speech rage against a backdrop of racial tension, presidential provocation and a pandemic, a handful of companies, lawmakers and advocacy groups have continued to promote a backlash against Big Tech. The big picture: Companies like Facebook and Google got a at the start of the coronavirus lockdown, but that respite from criticism proved brief.
Axios 06/05/2020 05:30
After being told for months to stay away from others, the idea of being shoulder to shoulder again in a bus or subway terrifies many people, requiring sweeping changes to public transit systems for the COVID-19 era. Why it matters: Cities can't come close to resuming normal economic activity until large numbers of people feel comfortable using public transportation. "If we don’t figure out how to get these mass transit systems going again, so people feel safe and comfortable, we're not going to get cities back up and running," said Deloitte Consulting mobility expert Scott Corwin. Driving the news: New York will begin a phased reopening next week, and as it does, some subway and bus service that had been suspended since March will be restor.
Axios 06/05/2020 05:00
Anecdotes of labs charging thousands of dollars for coronavirus diagnostic tests are the exception rather than the rule, according to data provided to Axios by a national health insurer. Yes, but: Some labs that don’t contract with the insurer charged rates that are multiple times higher than what Medicare pays for the diagnostic tests, and in some scenarios, patients may be at risk of receiving surprise bills. The big picture: Axios received data from the insurer on the coronavirus diagnostic test claims it received in April from professional labs.
Axios 06/05/2020 05:00
George Floyd's death has reignited the long and frustrating push to reform a law enforcement system whose systemic flaws have been visible for years. Why it matters: Solving these problems will require deep political, structural and cultural changes, experts and advocates say — but they also point to a handful of specific policy changes that, while not a cure, would make a difference. The big picture: "We have to change this viewpoint that people have of: 'Well, there's a few bad apples, we just have to get rid of them and everything will be fine.' If that was the case, we would already be where we need to be," former Albany Police Chief Brendan Cox told Axios. Some activists say the only solution is to defund and dramatically scale back po.
Axios 06/04/2020 19:30
Over the course of just a few hours, President Trump was rebuffed by the Secretary of Defense over his call for troops in the streets and accused by James Mattis, his former Pentagon chief, of trampling the Constitution for political gain. Why it matters: Current and former leaders of the U.S. military are drawing a line over Trump's demand for a militarized response to the protests and unrest that have swept the country over the killing of George Floyd by police. The backlash began when protesters and journalists were so that Trump — flanked by Defense Secretary Mark Esper and Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Mark Milley — could walk across the square to St. John's church. Esper also drew criticism for urging governors to "dominate the battlespa.
Axios 06/04/2020 19:05
A New York Times spokesperson said in a statement Thursday that the paper will be changing its editorial board processes after a Wednesday , which called for President Trump to "send in the troops" in order to quell violent protests, failed to meet its standards. Why it matters: The shift comes after Times employees began a coordinated movement on social media on Wednesday and Thursday that argued that publishing the op-ed put black staff in danger.
Axios 06/04/2020 17:50
The sought-after state of herd immunity — in which widespread outbreaks are prevented because enough people in a community are immune to a disease — is complicated by open questions about the effectiveness of a future vaccine and how COVID-19 spreads. Why it matters: Unless a sufficient level of immunity is achieved in the population, the coronavirus could and potentially flare up as future outbreaks. "When it comes to an infectious disease, herd immunity is essential to stopping its spread and ceasing to be a major health problem.".
Axios 06/04/2020 17:46
A judge ruled on Thursday that all three men charged in the death of Ahmaud Arbery, a 25-year-old black man who was shot and killed in February Glynn County, Georgia, will stand trial, . Why it matters: The video of Arbery's death was among several catalysts in the mass protests against racial injustice that have unfurled across the country and world over the past week and a half. , two white men, were arrested on charges of murder and aggravated assault in May. ., who recorded the event, was also arrested in May on a felony murder charge and attempt to commit false imprisonment. Details: The McMichaels pursued Arbery, who was out for his daily jog, after telling police they suspected that he had committed a burglary, according to the Georg.

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