Day: April 6, 2020

Supreme Court Gives Cops “Free Rein” To Stop CarsPolice State

Supreme Court Gives Cops “Free Rein” To Stop Cars

In a scathing dissent, Justice Sonia Sotomayor blasted the U.S. Supreme Court for giving police officers “free rein to stop
Hospitals say feds are seizing masks and other coronavirus supplies without a wordMore News

Hospitals say feds are seizing masks and other coronavirus supplies without a word

Although President Trump has directed states and hospitals to secure what supplies they can, the federal government is quietly seizing
Tiger tests positive for coronavirus at Bronx Zoo, first known case in the worldRandom News

Tiger tests positive for coronavirus at Bronx Zoo, first known case in the world

A tiger at the Bronx Zoo in New York City has tested positive for the virus that causes COVID-19, and
First Bank Collapses Amid Coronavirus Woes: More in Store?Economy & Money

First Bank Collapses Amid Coronavirus Woes: More in Store?

The First State Bank based in Barboursville, WV has become the first bank to fail since the coronavirus pandemic spread
COVID-19 has revealed how broken the United States of America really isMore News

COVID-19 has revealed how broken the United States of America really is

When the virus came here, it found a country with serious underlying conditions, and it exploited them ruthlessly. Chronic ills—a
Tuckers warn supply chain in jeopardy; confusion reigns on shutdownFood & Health News

Tuckers warn supply chain in jeopardy; confusion reigns on shutdown

As the number of COVID-19 deaths in Johnson County increased to a total of nine Monday, truckers are sounding the
United States and Canada Are About To Announce The Shutdown Of Their AirspaceRandom News

United States and Canada Are About To Announce The Shutdown Of Their Airspace

According to multiple reliable sources the governments of both the United States and Canada are about to announce the shutdown
SARS-CoV-2 titers in wastewater are higher than expected from clinically confirmed casesRandom News

SARS-CoV-2 titers in wastewater are higher than expected from clinically confirmed cases

Abstract Wastewater surveillance may represent a complementary approach to measure the presence and even prevalence of infectious diseases when the