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Lindsay Chervinsky

Contributor Dr. Lindsay M. Chervinsky is an expert in the cabinet, presidential history, and U.S. government institutions. She is Scholar in Residence at the Institute for Thomas Paine Studies at Iona College and Senior Fellow at the International Center for Jefferson Studies.
 

What is the data driving the UK’s new coronavirus restrictions?

whitty vallance. Britain's Chief Medical Officer for England Chris Whitty (L) and Britain's Chief Scientific Adviser Patrick Vallance, both wearing face coverings due to the COVID-19 pandemic, leave from 11 Downing Street in central London on September 21, 2020.

DOJ nearing antitrust action on Google; Trump eyes tech curb

And President Donald Trump is pushing his campaign against Big Tech on Wednesday, touting curbs on legal protections for social media platforms he denounces as biased against conservative views. The anticipated lawsuit against Google by the Justice Department could be the government’s biggest legal....

Saudi king's rare address to UN showcases monarch in charge

The king oversees a nation that is the Arab world's biggest economy and the planet's most prolific oil producer. Saudi Arabia has long been a close U.S. ally in the region and a strategic partner, though some in American politics worry where the relationship will go in coming years given the....

Congress poised to leave town without passing COVID relief

By Ted Barrett, Manu Raju and Lauren Fox | CNN. Congress is readying to leave Washington this week until after the election without passing a coronavirus economic stimulus bill that members of both parties, businesses and hard-hit Americans all agree is desperately needed. South Dakota Sen.

$48 million deal: Berkeley Farms Hayward site is bought, will be logistics site

HAYWARD — The Berkeley Farms site in Hayward has been bought by a developer in a $48 million deal whereby the buildings will be bulldozed and replaced with a big industrial and logistics center. The 20-acre site was bought by an affiliate of Reno-based Dermody Properties on Sept. 17, according to documents filed with Alameda County officials.

Lebanon appeals for help to recover from massive blast

By Zeina Karam | Associated Press. BEIRUT — Facing an economic meltdown and other crises, Lebanon’s president on Wednesday asked for the world’s help to rebuild the capital’s main port and neighborhoods that were blown away in last month’s catastrophic explosion. President Michel Aoun made the plea in a prerecorded speech to the U.

Alameda briefs: Immanuel Lutheran’s Oktoberfest fundraiser canceled

ALAMEDA. Immanuel Lutheran Church of Alameda regretfully announces that its 30th annual Oktoberfest will not take place in 2020. The Oktoberfest has become a tradition in Alameda: a fun evening of delicious homemade German food, local beer, music and gemütlichkeit with good friends.

Mali Coup Leaders Must Immediately Release Detained Former Officials, Says UN Expert

A UN human rights expert today called on Mali’s coup leaders to release former government officials detained for more than a month. “There is no legal basis for detention of the former prime minister, the former president of the National Assembly, ...

China’s peacekeepers to bring greater confidence, hope to world

China recently released a white paper on the participation of the country’s armed forces in the United Nations (UN) peacekeeping operations, for the first time introducing the concrete steps of its government and armed forces to implement the decisions and directions made by Chinese President Xi....

AJ McLean Raves Over Wife: 'She's Been Through Hell and Back With Me'

competitor AJ McLean is blogging exclusively with Us Weekly about his quest to take home the season 29 mirrorball trophy! Check back each week for his latest update on the competition. The rehearsals leading up to last night’s performance were pretty emotional.

GoodRx shares jump 40% in Nasdaq debut after $1 billion IPO

Shares of private-equity-backed GoodRx Holdings Inc surged 40% in their debut on the Nasdaq on Wednesday after the online prescription drug platform raised $1.14 billion in its initial public offering. The stock opened at $46, compared with the IPO price of $33 per share, which was above its targeted range.

1Life Healthcare : What To Know About Prostate Cancer

At One Medical, we believe the decision to start screening for prostate cancer should be tailored to you and your specific health needs. We encourage you to have a discussion around age 55 with your primary care provider, as we are here to help guide you in your health and find the path that makes sense for you.

Bankrupt airline Avianca paid millions in executive bonuses during pandemic

Airline Avianca Holdings came under broad criticism in Colombia for paying its top two executives $6 million in bonuses in May, at a time when the carrier had furloughed most of its employees without pay and was preparing a bankruptcy filing. According to bankruptcy court documents submitted by....

Energy Energy In oil and gas capital Houston, a push for renewables What does a low-carbon future look like for the energy capital of the world? No one agrees. By Erin Douglas

That concept was front and center during the city’s inaugural Climate Week, held last week after being delayed because of Hurricane Laura. It’s the one thing everyone can agree on: Houston’s energy sector needs to change to be more sustainable, and that change is starting now.

Major Flooding Events Spur Push For Improvements In Alexandria

City officials eye quicker approach to flood mitigation. After multiple severe flooding events within 14 months and climate change imminent, city officials are exploring ways to accelerate flood mitigation projects and other strategies. On Tuesday, Sept.

Edo 2020: Buni, Ize-Iyamu in closed-door meeting in Abuja

The governorship candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in last weekend election in Edo State, Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu met behind closed door on Wednesday with Yobe State governor and Chairman, Caretaker/Extraordinary National Convention Planning Committee of the APC, Governor Mai Mala Buni in Abuja.

NNPC seeks review of local content act

The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) on Wednesday called for a review of the Local Content Act to reflect current realities in the oil and gas industry. It also advocated legislation addressing the funding constraints faced by local players.

Alao-Akala not Oyo APC leader but advisory council chair ― Fayemi

Amid crisis over the current role of former governor Adebayo Alao-Akala in the Oyo state chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC), member of the National Reconciliation Committee of the APC, Governor Kayode Fayemi has said that Alao-Akala is Chairman of the Oyo APC’s advisory council and not the leader of the party.

Orcas knock into sailboats, force Spain to limit yachting

BARCELONA, Spain (AP) Spain has temporarily prohibited yachting across 100 kilometers (62 miles) of its northwestern coast after orca whales apparently got carried away while playing and damaged several sailboats. Spain’s transport ministry issued the week-long prohibition for sailboats under 15 meters (49 feet) long starting Tuesday.

UK defends its new virus strategy but experts are skeptical

LONDON (AP) The British government on Wednesday defended its strategy for combating a second wave of COVID-19 cases amid criticism that its new slate of restrictions will not be enough to stop coronavirus from spreading exponentially. Prime Minister Boris Johnson unveiled the new rules including a 10 p.

French defense chief misled nation on troops’ virus safety

PARIS (AP) France’s defense minister has admitted to misleading the nation about virus protections for air force personnel who evacuated French citizens from the hard-hit Chinese city of Wuhan last winter and have been suspected of links to France’s first confirmed COVID-19 cluster.

Wife of Missouri governor tests positive for COVID-19

O’FALLON, Mo. (AP) The wife of Republican Missouri Gov. Mike Parson tested positive for the coronavirus after experiencing mild symptoms, a spokeswoman for the governor told media outlets Wednesday. Teresa Parson had been showing symptoms that included a cough and nasal congestion, spokeswoman Kelli Jones told the St.

Johnson & Johnson joins Corona vaccine race leaders

The pharmaceutical and medical device company Johnson & Johnson Has announced the entry into Phase III of the clinical trials in the vaccine for Corona (Covid-19). After demonstrating that its product generates antibodies in volunteers in the early stages of the experiment, it has now begun an....

UK coronavirus LIVE: Keir Starmer delivers scathing criticism of Government's response to pandemic Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has delivered a scathing criticism of the Government's response to the pandemic as he addressed the nation. It comes as the B

© Provided by Evening Standard A Times report suggested Prof Whitty warned the package did not go far enough(PA) Sir Keir Starmer said it is a "national scandal" that UK does not have a working testing system as he delivered scathing criticism of the Government's pandemic response.

Crowell ISD temporarily switches to remote learning after COVID-19 exposure

A huge international study of a COVID-19 vaccine that aims to work with just one dose is getting underway as top U.S. health officials sought Wednesday to assure a skeptical Congress and public that they can trust any shots the government ultimately approves.

ALDOR updates relief for taxpayers affected by Hurricane Sally

MONTGOMERY, Ala. – The Alabama Department of Revenue (ALDOR) is offering tax relief to Alabama taxpayers who reside or have a business in Baldwin, Escambia, and Mobile counties and have been affected by damage caused by Hurricane Sally. The tax relief measures mirror IRS measures in the same declared disaster areas.

Geauga County awaits decision on 'theater by the square' in Chardon

Chardon City Council passed by a deadline in the process to determine new operators for the “old movie theater on the square” that ceased operations under the Geauga Lyric Theater Guild earlier this year. Chardon City Council had set a deadline of Sept.

Feinstein Statement on Ginsburg, Republican Rush to Confirm a Nominee Before Election

“I rise today in honor of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Justice Ginsburg was a role model to many and a champion for all and I was one of those. I’d like to speak about what is at stake for the American public with this vacancy on the court, and why whoever is elected president in November should be the one who decides to fill the seat.

Israel claims incarcerated Palestinian children pose a threat to national security just like adults — and therefore can't contact their families.

The Supreme Court is expected to hear the petition in November, a few days after Sabri turns 18. HaMoked, one of the organizations representing Sabri, fears that the petition will be dismissed over the fact that he will no longer be a minor by the time it comes to court.

Threats of arrest, job loss and surveillance. China works to erase its 'model minority'

The protests, however, have not deterred the government’s resolve to erode minority cultural identity. Last week, local authorities in the city of Xilinhot, the seat of government in XIlingol, announced via WeChat that parents who did not send their children to school by Sept. 17 would lose access to government subsidies.
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