Sunday Reads: Sept. 6
Hope everyone is enjoying the long weekend, here’s your reading list for the week in case you want to stay inside when the temperature drops on Monday.
The New York Times: America at hunger’s edge
ProPublica: Sent home to die
The Atlantic: How cities come back from disaster
The New York Times: Small businesses stay alive with local help
The Wall Street Journal: Retail Eviction Proceedings Pick Up as Economy Restarts
Associated Press: HHS cancelling ventilator contracts, says stockpile is full
The Washington Post: Overworked and exhausted, warehouse workers brace for a frenzied holiday rush
Associated Press: U.S. says it won’t join global effort to find COVID-19 vaccine
The Atlantic: The Black mayors remaking the South
The New York Times: E.P.A. Relaxes Rules Limiting Toxic Waste From Coal Plants
Montana Free Press: How pandemic politicization undermines public health
Kaiser Health News: Will Labor Day weekend bring another holiday COVID surge?