Six unemployed Americans on what losing $600 a week would mean to them.
— Read on www.nytimes.com/2020/07/22/opinion/sunday/unemployment-supplement-congress.html
if you’re getting ready to argue this with somebody who tells you that masks don’t work, be aware that they may argue that masks can’t block viruses at the same time they argue that masks are harmful because they block air. Both of these can’t be true at the same time, so you may want to ask them to clarify their position (does it filter too well, or not well enough?) before you proceed.
Source: Why You Can Smell a Fart Though a Mask
Since LeGend was killed June 29, about 30 people have been criminally charged in the Western District of Missouri, court records indicate.
Their alleged crimes have ranged from wire fraud and drug conspiracy to failing to register as a sex offender and receiving child pornography. The federal judicial district encompasses 66 counties, including Jackson, Clay and Cass counties.
Source: Bill Barr announces 200 arrests made in Operation Legend | The Kansas City Star
The bipartisan vote to banish the statues from display was the latest step in a nationwide push to remove historical symbols of racism and oppression from public places.
The rising hospitalizations reflect the scale of serious illnesses: Nearly as many people are in hospitals now as there were when New York was at its worst.
US death toll at more than 142,000 while Trump admits Covid-19 crisis will ‘get worse before it gets better’
Daily deaths due to Covid-19 on Tuesday surpassed 1,000 for the first time in the US since the start of June, as Donald Trump admitted the crisis would “get worse” before it got better.
The seven-day average for the number of deaths in the country has been slowly rising this month, according to multiple data analyses, and went past the 1,000 mark on Tuesday, taking US fatalities to more than 142,000. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has forecasted that the country will reach 150,000 deaths by early August.
RCMP said in one case it “was clear the persons on this vessel had misstated their intention to travel to Alaska and had entered Canada for the purposes of tourism.”