YOUR HEALTH AND LIFE
A huge weekend protest in the Spanish capital against the Madrid government’s "useless and clearly segregationist" restrictions is just a teaser of unrest to come.
The actions were likely an effort to prevent a coronavirus outbreak, South Korea’s military said on Thursday.
The U.K. prime minister has announced new measures to crack down on a surge in COVID-19 infections that could last six months.
Indian Medical Association Says 382 Doctors Died Of COVID-19 After Gov't Claims No Data On Health Care Staff
The medical body said the government's statement is an "abandonment of the national heroes who have stood up for our people."
The UK helpline has dealt with more cases this year than it did during the whole of 2019, with women worst affected.
“By the time you have your 12 a.m. class, your brain has checked out. My classes are really interesting and I shouldn’t be holding my head in my hands,” one student.
“We will no longer be America after four more years of Trump.” A former staffer for Vice President Mike Pence is warning against voting for Donald Trump’s reelection.
“He’s got superspreader events all over the country,” one Democrat lamented, while Republicans simply shrugged like they do at most things involving Trump.
His wife, Teresa Parson, also tested positive for the coronavirus.
“You are not listening.” Dr. Anthony Fauci shuts down Sen. Rand Paul’s false claim that New York’s COVID-19 infection rate is low due to herd immunity.
White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany is defending and making excuses for President Donald Trump’s COVID-19 lies once again.
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand and Rep. Katie Porter propose a bill requiring lawmakers, Cabinet officials and their families to disclose when they apply for federal funds.
"I didn’t need a Kim K wedding to profess my love for my wife. Our wedding brought people from all over the globe together for a moment of joy and peace."
"It turns out the content of my TikTok was apparently more than just a little notable. It was, for lack of a better word, atomic."
This global pandemic has revealed there’s already a virus inside some American forms of belief.
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