NPR News Now reports: Great Britain and EU reach provisional deal, Georgia Covid-19 cases surge, Stimulus Bill changes, and other top news.
NPR News Now reports: President Trump pardons and rejects new Stimulus Bill, California Covid-19 cases surge, and other top news.
U.S. sets single-day records for pandemic cases, President-Elect Joe Biden to suggest 100 days of masks after inauguration, and youth vaping rates have plunged during lockdown.
Health experts warn of another surge in COVID-19 cases. President-elect Biden’s team announces more picks for administration posts. And, the Supreme Court hears another case over the 2020 census.
Radio News 24/7 reports: U.S. Presidential Debate, Covid-19 surges in Europe, Nigerian protests against police violence and other top news.
DW Radio News 24/7 reports: Recently arrested Hong Kong media CEO Jimmy Lai vow that pro-democracy protests against China will continue, Belarus protests, and WHO reports 300,000 new Covid-19 cases in last 24 hours.
The consensus among economists is that the U.S. recovery will most likely be something in between a V and a W — a sharp drop, a relatively small bounce back, and then a long period of slow growth.
- Time to pay attention again: The coronavirus surge is real, and it’s everywhere in the United States.
- And Axios co-founder Mike Allen tells us what to expect at the virtual Democratic National Convention in Milwaukee.
Guests: Axios’ Felix Salmon, Sam Baker, and Mike Allen.