Sunday Reads: Sept. 20

Hope everyone had a good weekend, here’s to a good week!

NPR: Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, champion of gender equality, dies at 87

The Atlantic: Why everything is sold out

Scientific American: Population density does not doom cities to pandemic dangers

Kaiser Health News: COVID exodus fills vacation towns with new medical pressures

Bozeman Daily Chronicle: Bozeman, Gallatin County housing prices escalate, median prices approach $600K

Chalkbeat: How much online learning is too much? Schools’ shift to live virtual classes sparks pushback

The Washington Post: The long history behind allegations of racial discrimination against McDonald’s

NPR: ‘I’m only 1 person’: Teachers feel torn between their students and their own kids

The Wall Street Journal: Contact tracing, the West’s big hope for suppressing Covid-19, is in disarray

CNBC: U.S. housing starts fall more than expected in August as multi-family home construction slumps

The New York Times: Is Coronavirus affecting the hearts of college athletes?

L.A. Times: Razed and exposed, the restaurant industry is due for change

BuzzFeed: “I Have Blood on My Hands”: A Whistleblower Says Facebook Ignored Global Political Manipulation