Happy birthday, DuSable Bridge! Thursday, 14 May 2020 15:12:03 CDT David-Braverman Chicago, Entertainment, General, Geography, Personal, Politics (0) The bascule bridge over the Chicago River at Michigan Avenue turned 100 today. The Chicago Tribune has photos. Also: The Tribune explains how the various Covid-19 tests work, and where Illinois is in getting them to people. Seems I'm not the only one who thought a combination between GrubHub and Uber might not fit in with US antitrust laws. A new book says the US would lose a direct military confrontation with China, because they're set up to fight a different war than we are. Turns out, the 4-3 Wisconsin Supreme Court decision yesterday that sent the state's Covid-19 response into chaos may not have been the Republican Party's best move. The FBI has seized US Senator Richard Burr's (R-NC) mobile phone as part of an investigation into his alleged securities trading on the nonpublic information he received about Covid-19 in an intelligence briefing in January. The full 4th Circuit US Court of Appeals overturned a 3-judge panel from the same court, holding that the president's businesses cannot derive income from foreign governments under the constitution's emoluments clause. And the New York Times interviewed science-fiction author John Scalzi, whose The Last Emperox came out two weeks ago.