News from the control tower this week includes:
The recovery looked promising in June, but it has stalled in July. Many economists urge Congress to ‘go big’ on this next relief package.
Investors are ramping up wagers on the falling currency, believing the surge in coronavirus cases will hamper U.S. business activity and drive even more government spending
The FDA created confusion about which Chinese masks could be trusted for medical use, giving—and then revoking—its stamp of approval. The agency says it needed to be flexible.
4. The 'Sweat' you drink: Inside the meteoric rise of Asia's answer to Gatorade
The story of a Japanese sports drink that successfully evolved its brand over decades.
High court’s conservative majority sees scant constitutional authority to weigh in on state elections
It’s always a good time to change your passwords! With school back in session, many Zoom classes are being targeted by hackers.
Bonus: August means it’s finally tomato season! Check out Dan Waber, a chef-turned-farmer in Pennsylvania who grows 320 kinds of tomatoes: