Dan Alexander of Forbes examines the president’s sprawling business interests in a new book. He says Trump has broken a number of pledges he made about how he would conduct business while in office.
Early in the pandemic, most deaths occurred in large cities. But now, as COVID-19 spreads across the U.S., smaller communities are suffering many losses as well.
2020-09-22T15:41:14Z The U.S. death toll from the coronavirus topped 200,000 Tuesday, a figure unimaginable eight months ago when the scourge first reached the world’s richest nation with its sparkling laboratories, top-flight scientists and stockpiles of medicines and emergency supplies. “It is completely unfathomable that we’ve reached this point,” said Jennifer Nuzzo, a Johns Hopkins University…
A CDC advisory committee is debating this issue Tuesday. Half of U.S. adults could be considered high priority yet the initial supply is likely to be only enough for 3 to 5% of the population.
“The timing seemed perfect as NASCAR is evolving and embracing social change more and more,” says Michael Jordan, the basketball icon and majority owner of the Charlotte Hornets NBA franchise said.
Outside the Supreme Court, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg had another life in pop culture as a symbol of dissent and feminism. The Notorious RBG was celebrated in memes, movies, T-shirts and tote bags
The US is now the worst hit country in the world and cases are still continuing to rise, data shows.
The U.S. death toll has doubled since May. Some experts predict it could nearly double again before 2020 ends. “We are experiencing a tremendous amount of unnecessary suffering,” one researcher says.
Some shoppers looking to buy new fridges, freezers or washers have been finding themselves out of luck. The coronavirus pandemic has thrown a monkey wrench into both supply and demand.
In a speech to the United Nations General Assembly, the president once again sought to blame China for the COVID-19 pandemic and called on Beijing to be punished for its handling of the disease.