We need to rise above partisan politics and rely on each other and the God in whom we as a nation trust. We need to not be defined by the crisis itself, but defined by our courage in facing it.
Our ongoing collection of musicians, penguins and moments of (almost) normalcy to bring levity when it’s needed most.
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Google puts up an official resource center for all things coronavirus, and is adding details to search results too.
Getty Images/iStockphoto We’re living in a stressful time. It’s important to take care of our mental health. Anxiety is so idiosyncratic that it’s difficult to pinpoint a “type” that’s most common. For some, it might feel like vines of dread roping themselves around you the night before a big work deadline, or maybe like a creeping cloud of unease that settles in during your morning commute. Maybe you cope by taking prescribed medication or going … Read more
At least 13 states have postponed voting and more delays are possible as health officials warn that social distancing and other measures to contain the virus might be in place for weeks, if not months. The states that have yet to hold their primaries find themselves in a seemingly impossible situation as they look to balance public health concerns with the need to hold elections. While election officials routinely prepare for natural disasters such as … Read more
France’s culture minister has passed a decree allowing the National Film Board (CNC) to tweak the country’s notoriously strict window release policy as the industry struggles to cope with the coronavirus pandemic and lockdown. Under the exceptional measures, films that came out last week and were in theaters as of March 14 — when cinemas […]
As the coronavirus spreads, holiday lights are going back up to provide a bit of emotional and actual brightness.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Marla Berkowitz made quick, staccato movements with her hands and lips to relay Gov. Mike DeWine’s blunt warnings about coronavirus.
Amazon and Apple are the latest companies to throttle back streaming-video bit rates in Europe, joining an effort to reduce congestion on the region’s internet networks that have become stressed during the coronavirus pandemic. Earlier this week, Netflix and YouTube said they were putting measures in place to lower bandwidth usage of their services across […]
Google says Coronavirus has become its biggest search topic by a country mile this year, and to continue its efforts to harness that attention in the best possible way, late on Friday the company launched a new information portal dedicated to the pandemic as well as an improved search experience for desktop and mobile. The search experience, Google says, was updated in response to “people’s information needs expanding,” while the new information portal also provides … Read more
A South Carolina man was facing charges after being accused of forging a doctor’s note saying he had tested positive for the coronavirus and presenting it to his employer which shut down for five days for disinfecting.
Daniel Beahm, 17, sorts boxes at the Berks/Schuylkill Helping Harvest Fresh Food Bank in Spring Township, Pennsylvania, in March. Many organizations are seeking help in the wake of the spread of coronavirus. | Ben Hasty/MediaNews Group/Reading Eagle via Getty Images From fighting xenophobia to rent assistance, these groups are offering support to vulnerable groups — and have advice for how you can help. The fallout from the spread of coronavirus has highlighted how many Americans … Read more
All anyone can talk about right now is the coronavirus (COVID-9) pandemic that’s sweeping the globe. While there’s currently no cure for COVID-19, there are several things you can do to help prevent the spread, aside from social distancing. First and foremost: wash your hands thoroughly and often. It’s also important to clean everything, especially high-touch surfaces, with an effective disinfectant. You’ve probably also heard that you shouldn’t touch your face, which is both wise … Read more
Viewership spikes as COVID-19 keeps everyone indoors and on social media.
Vessels using only Indian ports need not follow all the instructions mentioned in the order, but need to carry out a due diligence process
A number of Wall Street firms have said they expect the US to fall into a recession from the shock of the coronavirus pandemic. The National Bureau of Economic Research defines a recession as “a significant decline in economic activity spread across the economy, lasting more than a few months, normally visible in real GDP, real income, employment, industrial production, and wholesale-retail sales.” Here are all the firms that have said the US will fall … Read more
Alphabet Inc’s Google said on Saturday it launched a United States-focused website with information about coronavirus guidance and testing, as the country works on slowing the spread of the highly contagious virus.
The World Health Organization and other sensitive souls have instructed us to stop referring to the new strain of coronavirus as the
People need to trust scientific experts and public authorities. Countries need to trust each other. By Yuval Noah Harari
On Wednesday, President Trump held another grim press conference to inform the public he was deploying wartime powers to fight the impending coronavirus threat. Several members of the White House press corps responded by squandering what little time available to them by lecturing the president about what they deem to be appropriate names for the virus.
It’s all-out class warfare in the Hamptons. The year-round residents, the locals who serve and clean and landscape for the super-rich in the summertime – and put up with all manner of entitlement and terrible behavior in exchange for good money – are silent no more.
As the federal government determines how to save important American industries from possible collapse, it is important that we simultaneously protect workers and taxpayers. And above all, whatever Congress does, it should first and foremost follow the Hippocratic Oath and “DO NO HARM.”This is why Club for Growth has put together a series of policies to consider in combatting the economic fallout of the coronavirus. Taken together, they are bold, free market steps that our … Read more
Democrats have shied away from confronting Republican presidents amid crises in the past. We cannot make the same mistakes again amid global pandemic.
The coronavirus election is here with all of its vast unknowns, but so far President Trump is fighting it with one hand purposefully tied behind his back.