Moderna asks health regulators to authorize its covid-19 vaccine, Arizona, Wisconsin certify narrow victories for Joe Biden, and Louisville coffee shop customer pays it forward with random act of kindness.
Radio News 24/7 reports: Iran blames Israel for killing of top nuclear scientist, French police beating of black man, and other top world news.
The weekend’s top news under scrutiny by Monocle’s editor in chief Tyler Brûlé, Rob Cox and Benno Zogg, with commentary from our editors in London and Tokyo. Plus: Christoph Amend of ‘ZEITmagazin’.
Monocle on Sunday: Monocle’s editor in chief Tyler Brûle and panelists cover the weekend’s biggest news.
Radio News 24/7 | Deutsche Welle reports: President Trump transferred to Walter Reed Medical Center, Germany marks 30th year of reunification, and other top world 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 Economist reports on the rise of American unemployment, tensions with China and South Korea falls into recession.
This week, the Trump administration ordered hospitals to bypass the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention send all coronavirus-related data straight to the Department of Health and Human Services. This is just the latest step in President Trump’s war on public health experts.
- Plus, a shakeup on Trump’s 2020 campaign team.
- And, a major Twitter hack Wednesday afternoon left some of the most powerful people on the platform vulnerable to a cryptocurrency scam.
Guests: Axios’ Sam Baker, Mike Allen, and Ina Fried.
Elderly people in nursing homes make up 45% of COVID-19 related deaths in the US. Nursing home alternatives have been on the rise for the last decade, but the pandemic has made alternatives more urgent.
- Plus, the United Kingdom offers to protect the freedoms of Hong Kongers, as China arrested protesters under the new security law.
- And, a new survey by Pew Research Center shows a portion of Americans believe conspiracy theories and other false information about the coronavirus pandemic.
Guests: Axios’ Kim Hart, Dave Lawler and Mike Allen