- StyleFootwear News
Her shoes resell for up to $3,500.
- U.S.Los Angeles Times Opinion
There is anger on the streets in Minneapolis. It is understandable given the killing of yet another unarmed black man as he was arrested.
- EntertainmentMen's Health
The actor is reportedly in talks to return to the big screen as Superman. Could he already be back in Man of Steel training?
- U.S.USA TODAY
Here's a look at when Las Vegas hotels and casinos will reopen after coronavirus closures lasting more than two months.
- LifestyleVanity Fair
Whether dining al fresco on a fire escape or making a socially distanced go of it in the park, getting out of loungewear is almost as important as the food and drinks you bring—and what you carry them in.Originally Appeared on Vanity Fair
SpaceX is once again preparing to make history – the private spaceflight company is set to launch its Crew Dragon Demo-2 mission in collaboration with NASA today. The launch will take off from Cape Canaveral in Florida, and once again weather is a concern for today's launch window. SpaceX and NASA have an instantaneous launch window today, which means they only have the one shot to take off – if the weather isn't cooperating at 3:22 PM EDT, they'll have to re-attempt the launch again, with the next possible window set for tomorrow, Sunday May 31.
- BusinessMotley Fool
Knowing full-well the scope of the economic damage that would be caused by shutting down nonessential businesses in an effort to stem disease transmission, Congress passed and President Trump signed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act into law more than two months ago, on March 27. The $2.2 trillion CARES Act is the costliest piece of relief legislation ever passed on Capitol Hill. It set aside $100 billion in funding for hospitals, apportioned $500 billion for distressed industries, such as the airlines, directed nearly $350 billion toward small business loans, and allocated $260 billion to expand the unemployment benefits programs.