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COVID-19 Mortality Rate Reduced Up To 85 Percent

NEW YORK CITY—Despite the rapid increases in coronavirus cases across the country and the world, researchers have found that the mortality rate has been significantly reduced. Scientists from New York City have been researching coronavirus hospitalizations, and have found that the mortality rate has reduced up to 85% since the start of the pandemic, largely due to improved treatments.  Two...

State Of Georgia Launches Election Recount

UNITED STATES−On Wednesday, November 11, Georgia Secretary of State, Brad Raffensperger, announced a statewide election recount noting the votes would be recounted by hand. Officials  announced that for the first time in history, the state of Georgia will hold a complete audit of votes. According to a press release on the Secretary of State’s official website, a recount of the...

Pennsylvania Judge Rules In Favor Of President Trump

UNITED STATES−On Thursday, November 12, Pennsylvania Judge Mary Hannah Leavitt, ruled in favor of President Donald Trump regarding late ballots missing pertinent information. Pennsylvania Secretary of State, Kathy Boockvar, advised prior to the November 3 that ballots missing proof of identification had until November 12, to rectify the situation for their votes to be counted. A suit filed by President Trump...

Black Lives Matter Confronts Biden Supporters In DC

WASHINGTON DC—Black Lives Matter protesters shouted at liberals celebrating presidential candidate Joe Biden’s victory on the Black Lives Matter Plaza on 16th Street, leading up to the White House. The mural, consisting of giant yellow letters that spell “BLACK LIVES MATTER,” was commissioned by Mayor Muriel Bowser.  A man with a megaphone chanted, line by line, with the surrounding crowd...

U.S. Navy Seals Rescue Hostage In Nigeria

UNITED STATES—On October 31, U.S. Forces conducted a rescue hostage operation in northern Nigeria. U.S. Navy Seals elite Team 6 conducted the raid, identified and rescued the hostage, Philip Walton, 27. Walton is the son of missionaries.  He was living on a farm in Massalata with his wife and young daughter. Massalata is near the Nigerian border. According to the assistant...

Biden’s Overseas Business Discussed During Interview With Bobulinski

UNITED STATES—Tony Bobulinski, a former business partner of Presidential candidate Joe Biden, did an interview with Fox News reporter Tucker Carlson about his international business activities with Biden in a Los Angeles hotel. He spoke about his involvement in a business venture with a Chinese oil and gas company, CEFC, and his knowledge of the Biden family’s ventures in...

CDC Authorizes Cruise Ships To Sale Again Under New Conditions

UNITED STATES —The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced Friday, Oct. 30, the lifting of the “no sail order” —which prohibited cruise lines from operating in U.S. waters— and released a framework to resume the operation of passenger cruises. The new “conditional sailing” order that was issued Friday establishes a phased approach to restart cruising. It includes items...

Amy Coney Barrett Confirmed To U.S. Supreme Court

UNITED STATES−On Monday, October 26, the U.S. Senate voted 52-48 to officially confirm President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett. This is the third Supreme Court Justice to be confirmed being President Trump. Justice Barrett is also the fifth woman to be confirmed into the Supreme Court of the United States. Every Republican in the Senate voted in favor of...

Retailer Gap Inc. Plans To Close 350 Stores By 2024

SAN FRANCISCO—San Francisco-based clothing retailer Gap announced on October 21 that they will close 350 stores by early 2024. That number means that the company will lose one third of their store base. The announcement was made during a Gap Inc. investor meeting earlier in the week, during which the company explained that the move comes as Gap is trying...

Vigil Planned For Sydney West In SF

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SAN FRANCISCO—Sydney “Syd” West, 19, was last seen in downtown San Francisco near Crissy Field on September 29. She was born in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, but was residing in California where she attended the University of California-Berkeley. According to the Orange County Sherriff’s Office, she was in San Francisco because she was staying with some of her friends. West’s...
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