"I haven't been able to get out of the 'talking phase' with anyone."
The reality is, there's no part of life the pandemic hasn't affected. Whether it's your work life, your home life, your social life, or your love life, coronavirus (COVID-19) is wreaking havoc on just about everything — not to mention people's health.
When it comes to romance, in particular, people are all handling things differently and there's no "right way" of making it through, regardless of your relationship status (single, taken, married, divorced, you name it). So, some of Swoon's creators sought out to hear from various individuals on how exactly their love lives have been affected since quarantine began.
Plus, Trump can't actually the delay the election even if he tried.
Donald Trump started Thursday out in a fury, taking to Twitter to suggest the 2020 election be delayed.
Herman Cain attended a Trump rally in Tulsa, OK on June 20 without a mask on and was hospitalized in early July.
Herman Cain, former chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City and 2012 presidential candidate, has died from coronavirus (COVID-19).
Whether they're from DHS or the NYPD, using these tactics against protestors is inexcusable.
This video below was taken on July 28 in New York City. It shows plainclothes NYPD officers pulling an 18-year-old woman off the street during a Black Lives Matter protests and forcing her into an unmarked vehicle. She was later released after being charged with vandalism.
Slavery Is, Never Was, And Never Will Be A 'Necessary Evil' And Tom Cotton Is Racist If He Thinks It Was
We didn't have to treat people like they weren't people.
Sen. Tom Cotton made news once again in addition to his battle against The New York Times' 1619 Project. This time, he called slavery a "necessary evil." Senator Cotton and I do agree that due to the way our history played out, we do need to teach and educate our students about slavery and the fact that it was a part of our history. However, where we differ is that he appears to think slavery was a necessary thing.
As a result of a hasty reopening of things in our country, for lots of people the risk of catching the virus and potentially dying increases exponentially.
Although coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to result in more hospitalizations and deaths around the country, that is not stopping local places from attempting to re-open.
There is clearly more at play in his call to potentially delay the election than just a conspiracy theory about voter fraud.
President Trump recently tweeted about how, with mail-in voting, the general election in November will be "the most inaccurate and fraudulent election in history."
Some people don't vote simply due to not knowing about the resources available to them, wherever they may be. Keep in mind that each state's rules for voting vary, so it is best to double-check!
With everything happening in the world right now, voting in this upcoming election is crucial. With the fall semester starting and college students preparing to return to out-of-state schools, many of them may not vote because they don't know how to. Due to busy student schedules, if voting isn't made easy, many of them opt-out. There are options available to voters that move out-of-state during the election season. However, due to COVID-19, some of these procedures may have been modified, so for the most up to date information contact your local elections office or website.
Protests during the national anthem are being widely revived, but we need to do better in how we respond to them this go-round.
As live sports are returning in America amidst a pandemic and a renewed fire for social change, athletes across the American sports spectrum are amplifying their voices in different ways. Nevertheless, kneeling during the playing of the national anthem is set to be the most popular form of protest throughout the, at least, the NBA and NFL, and has also made an appearance this summer at Major League Baseball contests and some NASCAR races.
This form of protest, initiated by former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick in 2016, was widely criticized at its conception and is still demonized by some as "disrespectful" to this day. However, since these protests are intended to raise awareness for admirable causes, here are five ways we as a country can better respond in 2020 than we did four years ago.
Sen. Cotton, I'm A Teacher, And The 1619 Project Isn't A Bad Idea If You Want To Teach History Properly
This isn't about white history, it's about teaching history properly.
Sen. Tom Cotton clearly doesn't understand history, or at least doesn't understand that white history isn't the only history in the world. Cotton just proposed a bill that opposed using federal funding for The New York Times' 1619 Project, a series of essays that aims to reframe and reshape the way history is taught in schools and frame the historical narrative around the date of August 1619 when the first slave ship arrived.
The last few days have been flooded with headlines about the back and forth between Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC), a Democrat from New York, and Representative Ted Yoho, a Republican from Florida, after Yoho called AOC some pretty derogatory terms outside the Capitol building in Washington D.C.
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