Black Lives Matter started a riot at an otherwise peaceful restaurant in Dallas by attacking customers and staff.
Scans Reveal Heart Damage in Over Half of COVID-19 Patients in Study
A new study on heart scans involved 1,216 patients, of whom 813 had been diagnosed with COVID-19, and 298 were deemed probable cases. Due to the design of the study, the remaining 105 were assumed to have COVID-19, the co-authors told Newsweek. The participants were from 69 countries across six continents. They each had an echocardiogram, a type of ultrasound scan for the heart, between April 3 and 20.
Higher Education Bust
Vermont College Goes On Auction Block With $3 Million Bid
The great college bull market is over. We noted that earlier this year when we said, "20% of colleges and universities will shut down or merge in the next ten years."
The for-profit education boom and bust is old news. Now the virus-induced recession will pulverize nearly every higher education facility in the country.
Even before the pandemic, enrollment was declining, and finances at colleges and universities were quickly deteriorating, an indication the bull market is over.
Rising virus cases has undoubtedly complicated the picture for reopening colleges and universities this fall semester. The president has demanded schools reopen, while Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's top infectious disease expert, warned virus cases must be controlled before children return to schools.