8:45 a.m. Nancy Pelosi has not been tested for coronavirus: House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-San Francisco, has not been tested for coronavirus or for antibodies, she told reporters Thursday morning. After she was in the same room in March as a colleague from New York who tested positive, Rep. Nidya Velásquez, Pelosi asked a physician if she should get a test but was told it wasn’t necessary because she had no symptoms. “The doctor says, ‘No, you don’t need to and you’d be putting yourself ahead of other people in line,’” Pelosi said. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus live updates: San Francisco financial scenarios ‘keep getting worse every week’
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“Dirty John: The Betty Broderick Story,” the new season of the true-crime anthology series on USA (June 2 at 9 p.m.), stars Amanda Peet as the titular character — a San Diego housewife whose husband, Dan (Christian Slater), cruelly discards her, for which she takes murderous revenge. The story, as laid out by creator Alexandra Cunningham, unfolds over decades in two timelines: one showing Betty and Dan in a happier past, the other in their miserable present. During the coronavirus pandemic, Peet (“Togetherness”) has been sheltering in place in Los Angeles with her husband, David Benioff, the co-creator of “Game of Thrones,” and their children. “We definitely count our blessings every day,” she says. … [Read more...] about Amanda Peet on the Tragedy of ‘Dirty John: The Betty Broderick Story” and Not Playing Crazy
Noting that the church had agreed to require social distancing and hygiene measures if allowed to fully open its doors, Kavanaugh asked, “Why can someone safely walk down a grocery store aisle but not a pew?” Justices Clarence Thomas and Neil Gorsuch joined his dissent, while Justice Samuel Alito dissented for unstated reasons. … [Read more...] about Supreme Court votes 5-4 to let Gov. Newsom restrict attendance at religious services
“Browsing for things that one doesn’t need fills the time and then clicking ‘buy now’ just naturally follows,” he said. “Consumers may find themselves on page 20 of a search result for a new pair of shoes, a place that when engaged and not bored, they would never reach.” … [Read more...] about Retail therapy for the pandemic: What have we bought and why?
Newsom said Thursday that in a recent conference call with Trump and other federal officials and governors to discuss reopening the country, he was grateful for agreement on the “need for a phased approach, a thoughtful and judicious approach based on conditions and based upon the need to act with the kind of specificity at a state-by-state level that is required.” … [Read more...] about 55 coronavirus-related deaths in L.A. County is a new one-day high: ‘Devastating power of COVID-19′