Coronavirus: Sunbathing ‘against social distancing rules’

Image copyright Reuters Image caption Members of the public have been urged to stay at home during this weekend’s warmer weather Sunbathing in public spaces is against the government’s coronavirus social distancing rules, Health Secretary Matt Hancock has said. Mr Hancock told Sky’s Sophy Ridge it is “quite unbelievable” that…

Terror Probe Opened in Deadly French Knife Attack

PARIS—French prosecutors opened a counterterror probe on Saturday, after a man stabbed two people to death and wounded five others in southeastern France. The suspect, a Sudanese man in his 30s, attacked bystanders in the street and in shops in the center of Romans-sur-Isère, a small town near the city…

Johnny Cash’s Gospel | The New Yorker

“Trains, Jesus, and Murder” makes its way through Johnny Cash’s core religious ideas.Photograph from Michael Ochs Archives / Getty Johnny Cash became the Man in Black by accident. It was the only color shirt that he and his two bandmates had in common when they were asked to sing gospel…

PFA says Premier League 30% pay cut plans would harm NHS

Liverpool lead the Premier League by 25 points from Manchester City The Professional Footballers’ Association says proposals for a 30% pay cut for Premier League players would be “detrimental to our NHS”. The PFA also called on the league to increase its own £20m charity pledge. The government has said…

Coronavirus Threatens Detroit’s Pipeline of Canadian Nurses

TORONTO—For years, some 1,600 nurses from Windsor, Ontario, have commuted daily across the border to work in Detroit’s health-care system, filling a nursing shortage in the Michigan city. Now the nurses are at the center of a heated dispute between Canada and the U.S., as Canadian officials on Friday threatened…

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