Samuel Wang:Does N.J. have any hope of getting back to normal in 2020? Here’s what coronavirus experts say. (
Elke Weber: First Phase III Vaccine Trial Underway, Government Seeks Thousands Of Volunteers (NPR)and Why We Grow Numb To Staggering Statistics — And What We Can Do About It (NPR)
Andrew Dobson: Governments Could Stop Future Pandemics Via Conservation (Futurity)
Timothy Searchinger:I’ve eaten at restaurants, gone to a mall and attended concerts. That is life in France. (The Washington Post)
Marcelo Medeiros:Brazil virus payout cuts extreme poverty to least in decades (Associated Press)
Lavar Edmonds:Want to help kids weather this school year? Keep them from getting evicted. (The Washington Post)andThe coming unemployment and eviction crisis (WHYY)
Matt Desmond:Expanded Unemployment Set To Expire; Americans Face ‘Utterly Preventable’ Evictions (NPR)
Omar Wasow: Violence Erupts Around Protests Across U.S. (The Wall Street Journal)
Eddie Glaude:

Leah Boustan: Trump Tries To Appeal To ‘Housewives’ And White Suburbs, But His Views Seem Outdated (NPR)
Julian Zelizer:The Memo: Biden seeks to peel older voters from Trump (The Hill)andHarris seen as Biden VP favorite as clock ticks (The Hill)
Jesse Jenkins:U.S. Could Go Net-Zero For A Fraction Of What It Has Spent On Coronavirus (Forbes)andA Totally Green Electric Grid Will Dramatically Speed Up Climate Action (Bloomberg)
Michael Oppenheimer: Rising Seas Could Menace Millions Beyond Shorelines, Study Finds (The New York Times)
Sujit Datta:From rocks to icebergs, the natural world tends to break into cubes (Science magazine)
Carolyn “Lindy” McBride:Why Mosquitos Are Mingling More With Humans (Science Friday)