There once was a Coronavirus that landed on a human’s hand with a few hundred thousand of its colleagues. It sat, idle, waiting for the right environment to enslave its new host’s cells into making copies
- Forbes - Amy Sterling
I Tried Joanna Gaines' Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe And I'm Never Following Any Other Recipe Ever AgainBuzzFeed
Personally, I love a cookie that's soft and chewy. I have a huge sweet tooth, but an overly sweet taste can definitely have me stepping away from the cookie jar for a while. If you decide to grab a copy
- Guardian US - Lloyd Green
Frum observes that in theology, the apocalypse was not 'the end' but the harbinger of a 'new and better order' Nearly 100,000 Americans lie dead, almost 40 million people are out of work, home mortgage
- The Guardian
How to Write Like Tolstoy by Richard Cohen Richard Cohen’s 2016 book acted as a tonic to me. It didn’t make me more Russian, but it fired up my imagination. I have never annotated a book so fiercely. scribbled
A Nobel Prize-winning economist says the coronavirus recession is 'a textbook example of showing that markets don't work'Business Insider - Paul Constant
There's no feeling quite like the stomach-clenching dread that hits when you hear a Nobel laureate in economics label the coronavirus recession as "a textbook example of showing that markets don't work."
Sorrento finds a coronavirus antibody that blocks viral infection 100% in preclinical lab experimentsTechCrunch - Darrell Etherington
Therapeutics company Sorrento has made what it believes could be a breakthrough in potential treatment of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that leads to COVID-19. The company released details of its preclinical on
- Associated Press - By SHARON COHEN and ALAN CLENDENNING, Associated Press
CHICAGO (AP) — When Jamie Bolker started teaching composition at MacMurray College in January, she felt she'd won the lottery. After sending out more than 140 resumes, she had a tenure-track position English.