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Aric Jenkins

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Recent articles by Aric:

The Census is due in a week. What happens if it’s incomplete?

Senior Census Bureau officials have raised red flags that incomplete reporting by Sept. 30 could result in "fatal data quality flaws." → Read More

President Trump’s ‘patriotic education’ commission can’t actually tell schools what to teach

The 1776 commission is mostly a political gesture to energize his base ahead of the presidential election. → Read More

Why lawmakers may choose a more targeted approach for the second round of COVID stimulus

Senate Republicans and House Democrats remain torn on a comprehensive Covid relief package. Targeted individual bills might offer a solution. → Read More

Black Lives Matter co-founder Alicia Garza on the importance of doing the work

Ahead of the release of her new book, Garza speaks with Fortune about her work on the Black Census. → Read More

Podcast recommendations from Fortune's 40 under 40

Bright minds on Fortune's 2020 40 Under 40 list name their favorite podcasts. → Read More

Voting twice, as President Trump suggested, is rare—but it does happen

"Double voting" is illegal and could be a heightened concern this election with record numbers of absentee ballots. → Read More

Trump's CDC eviction moratorium: Who is eligible? What does it mean for landlords? When will rent be due?

The Trump Administration has issued a new, expanded eviction moratorium through the end of this year. → Read More

Despite pleas to stay away from Kenosha, Trump's visit could play into his strengths

Recent polls suggest that Trump's stance as the "law and order" candidate could appeal to Wisconsin voters. → Read More

Eyeing new subscribers, Netflix makes 'Stranger Things', 'Love is Blind', and more available for free

"Stranger Things," "Love is Blind," "Two Popes," "Murder Mystery," and more are available for no cost. → Read More

Fall TV Schedule 2020: From 'too much TV' to barely enough due to the coronavirus

COVID-19 production delays continue to reshape the television industry, as broadcasters and streaming services scramble for fresh programming. → Read More

School reopenings: Calls to get 'creative' with space have largely been ignored Why?

Some have argued for moving schools to larger alternative spaces like empty offices or movie theaters. It probably won't happen. → Read More

Instagram Reels is a real threat to TikTok

The timing couldn’t be better for Instagram. → Read More

Disney earnings Q3 2020: Streaming a bright spot as parks and cruises plummet

As the coronavirus pandemic disrupted movie releases and theme park operations, the media giant announced that it will release "Mulan" on Disney Plus in September. → Read More

Why Facebook is conspicuously silent about TikTok

Facebook appears to be uninterested in purchasing rising social media app TikTok, which is currently in discussions with Microsoft. → Read More

Visa’s CEO on COVID-19’s effects: “We’re doing very little hiring right now”

Al Kelly says credit-card use has plummeted. → Read More

Articles by Aric Jenkins

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How each NFL stadium is planning on handling fans

Here's a look at what every NFL team has planned for fans so far for the 2020 season. → Read More

LeBron James and the NBA picks up where Colin Kaepernick left off

NBA players and coaches kneeled during the national anthem in the first game played post-COVID lockdown. → Read More

Movie delays are stacking up. Where does Hollywood go from here?

After the delays of Tenet and Mulan—again—it's clear that Hollywood can't plan on the pandemic ending anytime soon. → Read More

Apple app store under antitrust scrutiny

Apple has anew study saying its app store is no different than Google's or Amazon's. → Read More