Surrounded By Government Failure, Why Do People Still Believe?
Life comes at you fast and we've got a lot to discuss this week, people, so #letsgo.
President Donald Trump used the backdrop of Mount Rushmore the night before the Fourth of July to deliver a speech to his base. CNN's Brian Stelter examines the message of his speech.
The president uses his Twitter feed to add an “amen” to an ugly chorus.
While professional athletes may be at greater risk as they are continually in close contact with others, even playing soccer or basketball recreationally can be dangerous.
Last year, I decided I would start getting around New York City on an e-bike instead of dealing with crowded public transportation and expensive cabs. It’s one of the best choices I’ve ever made. Most of that time has been spent riding a Juiced Bikes CrossCurrent X, although many were tested on a litany of other e-bikes as well. Over time, I’ve adopted several accessories to improve the riding experience, livability, and practicality of these bikes – many upgrades which I now can’t imagine...
LAFAYETTE, La. (KLFY) — As we continue to navigate through an extended Phase 2 ordinance, the number of COVID-19 cases continue to rise especially in young adults. Dr. Tina Stefanski says, “Deaths in all ages groups and a rise in hospitalizations on our younger people.” During phase 2, bars are allowed to open at 25% [
Three people are believed to have died after being stabbed in the Scottish city of Glasgow, the BBC reported on Friday, without citing sources.
Recent economic proposals to deal with COVID-19, like those summarized by UC Berkeley economist Pierre Olivier Gourinchas, have focused on compensating households and businesses for income losses due to lockdowns and other health mandates, and on minimizing the risk of an unemployment crisis and a financial meltdown.
“No person shall intimidate or harass people who do not comply.”
All 8 passengers and crew members on both planes are believed to have died, according to a statement from the Sheriff’s Office in Kootenai County.
Labor Secretary Eugene Scalia echoed the White House on Sunday, saying that despite the increasing coronavirus cases, workplaces could be reopened safely if proper precautions are followed.Scalia, appearing on "Fox