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All Eyes on Asia #61

When I learned that the “reinfections” found in South Korea had been false positives, I breathed a huge sigh of relief. It was like getting a note from the future that things were not going to get that much worse. Global news has never been more important than during coronavirus, and though the amount of foreign bureaus is on the decline, there are still intrepid reporters around the world and local papers digging deeper into stories with global impact. This list, found with the Deepnews Scoring Model, showcases some of them, focusing specifically on the countries of East and Southeast Asia.

Our New Environment – UPDATE #60

Editor: Christopher Brennan
One of the beauties of Deepnews is that by focusing on in-depth articles, we can get a better understanding not just of the world today, but pull in pieces whose analysis and reporting is forward-looking. Many of the articles this week tackle coronavirus and climate by looking at what the world will become after the pandemic is under control, from bike lanes in Paris to oil industry struggles to working from home. We hope that, with some help from the Deepnews Scoring Model, getting good info can help you make up your own mind about whether the future is bright.

Our New Environment #59

Editor: Christopher Brennan
Before coronavirus, the global, often invisible challenge that demanded the world’s attention was climate change. Now that another momentous problem has been added, the questions include how to lower carbon emissions while also restarting the world’s economy, and whether things can go back to the way they were before. This Digest comes at the request of our followers on Twitter, and explores issues ranging in size from the billions of dollars in government stimulus to the individual worries of “waste pickers.” All found with the Deepnews Scoring Model.

The Quest for a Cure – UPDATE #58

Editor: Christopher Brennan
One of the reasons that I chose to gather articles about coronavirus treatments is that it is sometimes nice to focus on the positive. Last week’s Digest had many pieces on drug treatments for Covid-19, though this week’s largely look at what might be the ultimate goal, a vaccine that prevents people from getting sick in the first place. Though there’s a long road ahead, it’s a “shot in the arm” that researchers around the world are doing their best to help end the current situation.