Let’s begin with an episode of Where Are They Now?, Theranos edition.
Next, some bad news.
Global Economics: The deteriorating economic relationship between the U.S. and China doesn’t appear to be a priority to even its chief political beneficiaries: the Democratic 2020 candidates. If the collapse of Sino-American interdependency is indeed inevitable, at least the process of diversifying critical mineral imports, which the U.S. relies heavily on China for, is underway.
Cybersecurity: Concerns with e-voting have risen to the forefront of Swiss public discourse in recent months, and will likely soon spread to the United States as well. In other news, WhatsApp was hacked, elucidating the shortcomings of “end-to-end” encryption.
Finally, some good news: