One of the most controversial topics related to the COVID-19 pandemic, in-person schooling, wasn't necessarily determined by the severity of the virus. New research from Michigan State University reveals how political partisanship influenced schools' reopening plans amid the global pandemic.
Dec. 3 is the date on Washington's mind. That's when federal government funding runs out. And, it's the new date for the U.S. to default on its credit after a Senate vote to raise the debt ceiling.
The fallout came amid fractions in parliament and within the Liberal ruling party that threatens the country’s efforts to tackle the Covid surge
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Contentious issues in South Whitehall Township have led to a high number of candidates on the November ballot.
With even the disaster emergency alert network being hijacked by a candidate, Philippine National Police chief Guillermo Eleazar has been issuing directives reminding PNP personnel that they must not allow themselves to be used for partisan purposes in the upcoming general elections.
If social media material is any indication, the sheer ugliness of American political sentiment is increasing exponentially, and the ugliness is getting harder and harder to tune out. To the extent that its inner character shines through on the intern