Washington (AFP) – The world’s biggest economy faces a severe downtown but will not suffer another Great Depression, US Fed chief Jerome Powell said on Sunday, as three hardest-hit countries in Europe reported low death tolls and lockdowns eased.Italy recorded the fewest deaths from coronavirus, 145, in one day since its two-month lockdown began, while [
Cambridge University announced it would cancel in-person lectures for the entire 2020-21 school year in one of the most sweeping measures any international college.
University president Alan Shepard says he expects about 30 per cent of courses to have a face-to-face component, with the balance to be conducted online.
No description of the coronavirus is more misleading than calling it “the great equalizer.” The horrific truth is that Native Americans, Latinos, and African-Americans are dying at much higher rates than white people – and we don’t know the half of it because the CDC hasn’t released any racial data about the virus; we don’t [
Enough with explaining him. Just defeat him.
The death toll from the coronavirus spiked again in the United States, and Latin America’s pandemic crisis deepened, as Europe’s re-opening from lockdown grew bolder by the day. Grim figures from the Americas were accompanied by the growing economic fallout, with the number of people filing unemployment claims in the US reaching 40 million, and [
The nation is in crisis and the vast majority of Americans say Donald Trump is failing miserably to provide the necessary leadership, according to new polling by ABC News/Ipsos.
by WorldTribune Staff, June 3, 2020
Moving into the summer, restaurants are taking cues from the shutdown weeks. And if the past two months have taught them anything it is to ditch the predictions and focus on the here-and-now.