Many Major Corporations Have Done Almost Nothing to Defend Voting Rights
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Europe's summer tourism outlook dimmed by variants, rules
Chaos and confusion over travel rules and measures to contain new virus outbreaks are contributing to another cruel summer for Europe's battered tourism industry.
The DL on CockroachDB
As college students at Berkeley, Spencer Kimball and Peter Mattis created a successful open-source graphics program, GIMP, which got the attention of Google.
San Francisco to add 400 beds for mental health and addiction treatment
A 10-bed residential treatment facility is also being designed for young adults with serious mental health or substance abuse disorders. 1
"That's huge," said Jennifer Esteen, former psychiatric nurse for the San Francisco Department of Public Health and Service Employees International Union vice president for organizing. 1"We absolutely need this inventory." 1
Boston plans to require masks for all students and staff this fall
While not finalized, Boston Public Schools leaders say that universal masking in buildings and buses is the plan.
Chicago will require masks in school this fall, regardless of vaccination status.
Chicago Public Schools will require everyone to wear masks in school buildings when the new academic year starts, regardless of their vaccination status, according to guidelines the school system released on Thursday.
What a new Austin restaurant is doing with Stage 4
Fat City Stacks is opening this weekend at Yard Bar, and here's what they're doing amid Stage 4 recommendations.
Good Morning, News: New Report Issued on Violent Cops, Advice for Unvaxxed Counties, and Cleveland Team Changes Racist Name
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Extra Crunch roundup: finding GTM, China's edtech clampdown and how to define growth
Early-stage startups tend to claim that their go-to-market strategy is fully operational.
Toronto city councillors pen letter calling for end to violence at homeless encampments | CBC News
Five city councillors have released a signed letter calling for an end to violence during forced evictions at homeless encampments in city parks and arguing that Mayor John Tory's approach has not been an effective solution.