White House chief of staff: 'We are not going to

“We are not going to control the pandemic. We are going to control the fact that we get vaccines, therapeutics and other mitigation areas,” Meadows told CNN’s Jake Tapper on “State of the Union.” The comments from President Donald Trump’s chief of staff come as coronavirus cases surge across the US and the administration continues […]Read More

SNL’s cold open was a drinking game debate between Jim

Saturday Night Live parodied the final presidential debate during its opening sketch on Saturday, depicting President Donald Trump as clueless and callous about the third wave of the Covid-19 pandemic, and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden as comically old-fashioned and goofy about everything. Maya Rudolph, playing moderator and NBC journalist Kristen Welker, began the debate […]Read More

Gov. Whitmer: If COVID-19 cases continue rising, we could take

(WXYZ) — Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer said that if hospitals begin to get overwhelmed as COVID-19 cases increase once again, Michigan could take a step backwards. Whitmer spoke with 7 Action News This Morning just one day after the state set a record for a one-day increase in COVID-19 cases. On Saturday, the state reported […]Read More

Impatience: Why we don't want to wait, and what we

As evidenced by pictures of Americans from all across the country, wherever you vote this year, there is a good chance you need to be ready to wait. Waiting at the polls, at the grocery store, and in traffic, Americans are weary of waiting in today’s exasperating times. However, even before the coronavirus pandemic hit, […]Read More

GOP Senate majority besieged on multiple fronts – POLITICO

Democrats began the 2020 election cycle with only a narrow path back to the Senate majority. But entering the final week before the election, there are competitive races everywhere. Republicans are scrambling resources into red and purple states alike — from Kansas and South Carolina to Iowa and North Carolina — cutting down Democrats’ massive […]Read More

Malaysia's king rejects PM's proposal to declare emergency – Yahoo

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — Malaysia’s king on Sunday rejected a proposal by embattled Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin to declare a state of emergency to fight a new outbreak of the coronavirus. The plan by Muhyiddin, which involves suspending Parliament, has sparked national outrage, with critics slamming the move as an undemocratic means for him […]Read More

COVID hits a new set of nursing homes, as cases

As COVID-19 cases and deaths have spiked in recent weeks, the virus continues to hit long-term care residents in the South Bend region especially hard, driving new facility outbreaks. Nearly 7,000 people living in nursing homes and assisted living across Indiana were infected, and 1,820 died, over the pandemic’s first five months, according to state […]Read More

Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner threaten lawsuit over billboards criticizing

Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner are demanding that an anti-Trump group removes billboards in Manhattan’s Times Square that feature their images alongside criticism of the White House’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic, according to The Lincoln Project. The group of longtime Republican strategists, who prominently oppose the re-election of President Trump, said the billboards highlight […]Read More

Tampa Bay Buccaneers, WR Antonio Brown agree to one-year deal

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are going all in. As expected, free agent wide receiver Antonio Brown and the Buccaneers have finalized and agreed to a one-year deal, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Saturday, per source. The one-year deal will be slightly above the league minimum but Brown will have a chance to earn more […]Read More

Is it safe to eat at indoor restaurants during COVID-19?

Right now, indoor dining comes with a risk that it’s important to understand. Hal Bergman/Getty Images For the most up-to-date news and information about the coronavirus pandemic, visit the WHO website. Like everything else in life, eating out at restaurants takes on a whole new meaning in 2020. When it comes to COVID-19 risk, we […]Read More