On Monday, President Trump gave an order to utilize tear gas and flash grenades outside of the White House against a group of individuals peacefully protesting systematic racism in America and spreading the Black Lives Matter movement. Tear gas was also used at protests that took place in Brooklyn. Tear gas is a dangerous chemical weapon that can cause eye pain, chest tightness, coughing, vomiting, and increased nasal secretions, among other painful and uncomfortable symptoms. First used in the...
One Arizona state lawmaker said she’s not wearing protective equipment because she’s reviewed the scientific literature and believes it could harm her health. “I have 17 pre-COVID scientific, peer-reviewed studies/references that detail the health risks of prolonged wearing of face masks,” Republican state Rep. Kelly Townsend posted on Twitter. “Therefore, I will not be wearing [
Apple is reopening 25 stores this week. Customers must wear a face mask. If they don't have one, they will be given a free one before they can enter.
Newsom unveiled the guidelines Wednesday to school leaders and is expected to release them publicly on Friday.
Facebook has made plans for how employees will return to work: beginning on July 6, some Facebook offices will reopen for employees, though reportedly at only 25% capacity.
In the course of an astounding 100 hours, Twitter effectively shed its liability exemption by revealing exactly what it truly is - a publisher with a political agenda
Preventing misinformation is good, apparently, unless it makes the president mad.
Twitter corrected the notice that it appended to tweets by President Donald Trump on Tuesday after the Wall Street Journal pointed out that the fact check, itself, was factually inaccurate.
“You need to wear your mask outside. I don’t care if you’re just walking your dog.”
President Trump has a face covering with the presidential seal on it, but refused to wear it on the public part of his tour of a Ford plant in Michigan on Thursday despite factory policy.
French sex expert Maïa Mazaurette reveals the French woman's guide to keeping your sex life sizzling during lockdown. She advises to treat sex as a stress-buster in lockdown.