Edward Snowden in Russian exile: 'you have to be ready to stand for something'
Edward Snowden has spent the last six years living in exile in Russia and has now decided to publish his memoirs, Permanent Record. In the book he reflects on his life leading up to the biggest leak of top secret documents in history, and the impact this had on his relationship with his partner, Lindsay Mills. The Guardian's Ewen MacAskill, who helped break Snowden's story in 2013, has been given exclusive access to meet him
Andrea Mitchell is joined by Dr. Joshua Sharfstein and Dr. Tom Inglesby, both from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, to provide guidance the troubling development of a deadly inflammatory syndrome affecting children that is believed to be linked to the coronavirus. Aired on 05/11/2020. In the United States, prison inmates are to be confined to their cells for two weeks in an effort to stop the spread of the coronavirus.
Al Jazeera's Kristen Saloomey reports on why the prison population is considered particularly vulnerable at this time. A 5-year-old boy in New York died from the rare syndrome thought to be linked to COVID-19. Other deaths are now under investigation, including a 7-year-old from just outside the city. New York state is investigating 73 cases of what doctors are calling "pediatric multisystem inflammatory syndrome." NBC News found cases of the rare condition, thought to be linked to coronavirus, in at least 8 other states and Washington, D.C.