On Friday’s broadcast of Fox News Radio’s “Brian Kilmeade Show,” Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA) stated that Democrats want to argue that the pandemic “is still going on, 18 months later, and it’s nowhere close to ending.” And that if a
On Thursday night, news surfaced of an internal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) memo revealing just how contagious, and threatening, the delta variant is. The rapid, fearful spread of the delta variant, and its ability to infect the vaccinated at a higher rate, has quelled hope that the pandemic is truly, finally waning. As journalist Maura Judkis wrote for the Washington Post, "instead of flattening the curve, we've hit the delta swerve."
Millions of renters who have been unable to pay their rent during the Covid-19 pandemic received a temporary, last-minute reprieve last month when the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention extended the federal eviction moratorium to the end of July. But to people like Cristina Livingston, who lost her job as an administrative assistant earlier in the pandemic and whose landlord has refused to take federal assistance to cover her back rent, it won’t be enough to keep her in her home....
The pandemic forced more than two million women out of work. A new group is now pushing corporate America to adapt to the changing times as moms prepare for a post-pandemic reality. Reshma Saujani, the founder and CEO of Girls Who Code joined American Voices with Alicia Menendez to discuss the new playbook “Making Workplaces Work for Moms” from the group Marshall Plan for Moms.