China's top Hong Kong officials plan to implement the laws unilaterally, a Hong Kong delegate to Beijing's legislature told The Washington Post, in a move that will allow Beijing to override the region's constitutional autonomy over local affairs whenever it chooses.
Although the number of cases is extremely small, a University of California at San Diego professor is urging health officials to expand alerts about the mysterious illness previously seen only in children.
Libby Casey and Post colleagues Tony Romm, Griff Witte, James Hohmann and Tracy Jan discuss the politics of public health, disparities in death rates, competing plans to protect public health and recipients of aid from federal stimulus programs.
As the president plans to visit a Ford factory in Michigan today, his trips have taken on clear campaign overtones as pushes for states to restart their economies despite continuing public health concerns and the rising death toll.
Retailers that spent years trying to get customers to linger are reimagining their stores for a grab-and-go future to make shopping safer and address long-term shifts in consumer expectations and habits.
As the pandemic roiled Amazon's business, clogging its operations with an unexpected surge in orders, shoppers have complained more than ever about shipping problems from the third-party merchants on the site.