Korean Baseball Organization will allow fans in stands — but with restrictions like sitting a seat apart and no excessive cheering

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chicagotribune.com— South Korea's professional baseball league says it will require fans to wear masks and to sit at least a seat apart as it prepares to bring back spectators in the coming weeks amid the coronavirus pandemic.

chicagotribune.com—Chicago Dogs will play home games in Rosemont this season after all — and some fans will be allowed in the stands. The Chicago Dogs, an independent-league team based in Rosemont, announced they will play home games at Impact Field in the northwest suburb — and a limited number of fans can attend. The home opener is scheduled for July 7.

Washington Post—Fans will be allowed to attend the Kentucky Derby, with restrictions. The capacity at Churchill Downs will be reduced, though by how much is unclear.

The National Interest—Why the Korean War Will Likely Not Be Over by 2025. John Dale Grover Security, Asia There are three ways it could end, but they are unlikely. Editor's Note: As the world commemorates the 70th anniversary of the start of the Korean War, the Center for the National Interest’s Korean Studies team decided to ask dozens of the world’s top experts a simple question: Do you believe that the Korean War will finally come to an end before its next major anniversary in 2025? The below piece is an answer to that question. Please click here to see even more...