The first epicenter for the Covid-19 pandemic in the US is seeing and uptick in cases again as New York City tries to open schools and brace for winter.
Governor Holcomb has announced that Indiana will move to stage 5 of reopening as coronavirus trends continue to improve.
The NFL swung the fine hammer at coaches and teams for not abiding by the mandatory mask rules Sunday, and more will be coming.
“I’d rather have us one step closer, no matter what it takes…”
The national failure of putting kids in classrooms (and keeping them there).
It took all of one day for the challenge of opening schools to become very clear in Georgia’s largest school district, and this was just staff, not the 180k students of Gwinnett County.
Facing “the worst economic crisis since the end of the Spanish Civil War in 1939,” the ruling socialist government is turning to UBI
It’s been less than a week and already Major League Baseball has a full-blown coronavirus outbreak on their hands.
For the second time, and it would seem final one, the Republican National Convention has been cancelled. At least, the in-person part of it, and by none other than President Trump himself.
Andrew Cuomo’s celebration of Andrew Cuomo, presented without further comment, because I’m sure you folks will do plenty of that
So how did I find myself on my city’s official “reopening” downtown giggling uncontrollably with my friend, both out of our minds on acid? Well…
Remember the good old days when the shutdowns were just beginning!
All human plans are provisional and the rules change every day. I say we keep gardening.
It’s too horrible to say any of this so baldly, so we find nice ways to phrase it. But that does us no good, recoiling into a cozy bed of euphemisms.
Covid-related headlines here and abroad.
As local municipalities work towards implementing their respective governor’s re-opening guidelines, Howard County, Maryland, raised some eyebrows with theirs
If Hydroxychloroquine fails-and it’s not looking good-my only response will be massive disappointment. Not entirely unexpected, but also a tragedy.
Three cheers for Nick Saban. Football coaches are cultural leaders of a sort. One is about to become a senator in Alabama, even. What they do matters.