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Arkansas Governor Regrets Bill Signing Limiting Mask Mandates

With a surge in Covid-19 cases hitting his state, Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson has called back the legislature to rescind a bill he signed that banned local and state government authorities from enacting mask mandates. Hutchinson said the bill was signed at a time when Covid cases were low. He knew not signing meant the […]

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FDA Approval May or May Not Affect Unvaccinated Numbers

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently announced the agency was moving as quickly as possible to fully approve the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine but gave no timeline. The agency has approved three emergency-use vaccines – Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson. Some doctors believe a full FDA approval will help the public’s vaccine hesitancy, but […]

August 6th, 2021 | Posted in Health,New | Read More »

Belarusian Olympian Receives Humanitarian Asylum From Poland Government

Krystina Tsimanouskaya has been offered humanitarian asylum in Poland after the Belarusian Olympic sprinter complained about the Belarusian Olympic Committee and her coaches in an Instagram post. She has since deleted the post, but the athlete was upset that the committee and coaches signed her up for a 4×400 meter relay – an event she’s […]

August 6th, 2021 | Posted in New,Sports | Read More »

Student Debt Borrowers Caught In Crossfire Of Democratic In-Fighting

The Democratic Party’s in-fighting about student loan debt and forgiveness is leaving student loan debt borrowers in a kind of limbo. Unless something is done, student loan repayments will resume in October. Since March 2020, student loan borrowers were able to enjoy zero interest accrual and no payments. This pause enabled people to keep their […]

August 6th, 2021 | Posted in New,Opinion | Read More »

Pentagon Metro Entrance Attacks Leaves Officer, Assailant Dead

A Pentagon police officer was killed Aug.3 after being stabbed multiple times by an assailant who police later shot and killed. The Pentagon went into lockdown for an hour after multiple shots were fired nearby. According to the Pentagon Force Protection Agency Police Chief Woodrow Kusse, the incident is still being investigated. Kusse said several […]

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