The minivan’s place in history is far loftier than it’s humble existence today. It was one of Chrysler’s most successful product debuts and helped save the automaker from total ruin in the 1980s. The unveiling of the first Chrysler minivans in 1984 is still considered a landmark moment in the history of the automotive industry.
-- Robert Ferris, CNBC
Though Florida’s Department of Business and Professional Regulations rescinded an emergency order shutting bars statewide in response to the pandemic, Broward County officials refuse to let the establishments reopen.
-- Megan O'Matz, Sun Sentinel
In 2000, Broward County was at the forefront of the Bush - Gore election recount fiasco that eventually ended-up in the Supreme Court. In the 2016 Trump - Clinton election, Broward County swung heavily for Clinton, who received 66.5% of the vote in the county - Scrib
U.S. coronavirus map: What do the trends mean for you?
-- Mayo Clinic
As an environmental historian who studies the forests of the Pacific Coast, I don’t see this as an either/or choice. In my view, climate change and forest management practices both have contributed to today’s fire conditions, and reducing wildfire risks requires addressing both issues.
-- Steven Beda, The Conversation
The banner photograph on this page is 15 miles from my house -- Scrib
All Cole had was his two hands, a little over a half a case of beer, and a case of water to save his home. He said he was shaking up the bottles and spraying them before taking a shovel and trying to knock out the flames.
-- KCRA Sacramento
Relax, it was just Corona -- Scrib
The total amount of internet advertising revenue in the U.S. is expected to decline by 3.4% year-over-year in 2020, PwC is predicting in the latest edition of its Global Entertainment & Media Outlook. That's a massive decline when compared to last year, which saw ad dollars in the U.S. grow by nearly 16% year-over-year.
-- Janko Roettgers, Protocol
RV'ing in general has become increasingly popular over the past few years. And that's been especially the case recently, with the coronavirus keeping people away from shared lodgings. Now, even once-secluded spots are getting less secluded, especially if it's near a cell-phone tower. Not having running water or sewer access is one thing, but apparently no one wants to be away from the Internet.
-- Peter Valdes-Dapena, CNN Business
For months, the city of San Francisco health order has prevented local gyms from opening its doors, but some city-owned gyms have been back open for months and are allowing city employees to use them, crushing private gym owners.
-- Jackie Ward, NBC Bay Area
antifa.com What happened to the Democrats? The hip, young leaders pushing the envelope in the digital space - always two steps ahead of the old, gray Luddite Republicans. Not anymore.