Texas laws make it an “open carry” state but guns aren’t allowed in establishments that make more than half their earnings from alcohol. Activists say they were standing outside a bar, well-armed, when they were arrested a month ago.
Many major cities intend to tentatively open in early June.
Authorities charged members of a Muslim missionary group with defying lockdown orders.
Enterprising efforts have relied on 3D printing to help out healthcare workers.
With more than 20.5 million US jobs lost because of shutdowns as of mid-May, experts are divided on what should happen next.
Performers Adam and Lisanna Vasquez met in 2011, and have had rendezvous in some of the most romantic cities on earth. But the coronavirus pandemic brought them home, together.
“You can have the right goal and the worst possible way to go about it,” one researcher said about controversial measure AB5.
A 25% workforce cut at Airbnb could be the tip of the iceberg for unicorns—tech startups with a valuation of $1 billion or more—as COVID-19 affects those estimates.
Brazil gained 80,000 new virtual stores in the first three weeks of the coronavirus pandemic, and online sales skyrocketed.