The June 3 premiere of Hamilton on streaming service Disney+ marked the end of a five-year wait for audiences who hadn't seen the hit musical on stage.

Has New York Times columnist Paul Krugman become an advocate of laissez-faire? Probably not. But if he carried his observations "On the Economics of Not Dying" (May 28) to their logical conclusion, he just might.

On two days in May fifty years ago, American police and National Guard troops fired their weapons into crowds of anti-Vietnam War protesters, killing six American students at two American state universities. On May 4, 1970, Ohio National Guard troops fatally wounded Allison Krause, Jeffrey Miller, Sandra Scheuer, and William Schroeder at Kent State University.

On April 18, the US Small Business Administration's Paycheck Protection Program lent out the last of $349 billion it had on hand in emergency funds. Efforts are underway to ensure that those billions will not be the Program's last.