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Breaking Precedent, White House Won’t Publish U.S. Economic Projections This Summer
On May 28, Trump Administration officials revealed that the White House will not publish its regular national economic forecast this summer between July and August, as they have done for years across many administrations. These economic estimates are used as a calculating device for economic predictions, government expenditures and much more. The data are gathered by expert officials in the Treasury Department, White House Council of Economic Advisers and the Office of Management and Budget. The decision has been widely criticized by economists from both parties. Some have said the White Hou...
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Christopher Cross Concert Tickets On Sale After Battle With COVID-19
After postponing his tour dates to later this summer, Christopher Cross tickets are now on sale.Cross was diagnosed with COVID–19 on April 3 and has been keeping his fans and followers updated on what is going on through Instagram. Two weeks after his announcement, Cross posted about complications he was experiencing from the virus. His battle with COVID-19 has lead him to develop a rare condition called Guillain-Barré Syndrome. Cross expressed how he is slowly making progress as he seeks physical therapy. GET CHRISTOPHER CROSS CONCERT TICKETS HERE!His post read, “Dear Friends, I want to clari...
Watch: Joe Biden Comforts Victims Of COVID-19 & Family Who Lost Members
On Wednesday, Former Vice President Joe Biden released a video in which he addressed the rising death toll in the US due to COVID-19.Recently, the U.S. surpassed 100,000 deaths, a number that prompted worldwide criticism for the Trump Administration’s delayed response to the pandemic. The anti-Trump Republican-led “Lincoln Project” issued an ominous video in which it attacked the Trump for disregarding the huge numbers.President Donald Trump suggested during a press briefing that U.S. numbers related to COVID-19 indicate widespread access to testing, calling the country’s public health situati...
Over 40 Million Americans, One In Four, Have Filed For Unemployment
Since the novel coronavirus broke out in the U.S. in early March, over 40 million Americans have filed for first-time unemployment benefits. Proportionately, one in four Americans has requested unemployment insurance.Only last week, 2.1 million more people made Governmental jobless claims, the Department of Labor announced Thursday.With over 100,000 people dying from the coronavirus, Americans are now losing their jobs and concerned about their financial stability. Last week followed a ten-week streak in which jobless claims were in the millions.Before COVID-19, the U.S. had never registered m...
Quarantine debates in Zanzibar conjure memories of colonial racial segregation
Prison Island off the coast of Unguja, Zanzibar, established in 1899 as an East African colonial quarantine station to prevent the spread of the bubonic plague. Photo by Jessica Ott, used with permission.When the first case of COVID-19 was reported on March 8 in Zanzibar, East Africa, the government closed schools and banned unnecessary public gatherings to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.Authorities encouraged social distancing and 14-day quarantines among people who may have been exposed but did not order a full lockdown. In a show of due diligence, Second Vice President Seif Ali Iddi ...
Wisconsin Elections Commission Unanimously Approves Sending Mail-In Ballot Application To Nearly Every Voter
The Wisconsin Elections Commission has unanimously decided that it will mail 2.7 million absentee ballot applications to prepare for the 2020 November election.The panel consisted of six people, who had been debating over the past weeks whether the ballots should be mailed out to those who applied or to everyone. The committee agreed that it would be optimal to provide almost all registered voters with the ballot application.Non-partisan language will be used to draft the letter, commission Democrats revealed. The drafting process might might take a few weeks.The committee also stated that the...
Must-Reads Of The Week
The Big NewsIt was a short work week for those still able to work, but there was a considerable amount of health care news. That hasn’t changed.The story that probably got the most attention was that the death toll in the United States from COVID-19 passed 100,000 people. It can be hard to get a handle on what that means. The Washington Post looked at the people who count the deaths and track the deaths.There will be more. The Texas Tribune noted how the coronavirus was a threat to people living in homeless shelters. Nursing homes continue to be a major hot spot in this pandemic. Same goes for...
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