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Surge In Number of Americans Moving In With Older Family Members Amid Pandemic: Fed Study

Surge In Number of Americans Moving In With Older Family Members Amid Pandemic: Fed Study

BY TOM OZIMEK Researchers at the Federal Reserve have noted a surge in the number of Americans moving in with older family members during the pandemic, with the shift impacting certain demographics more sharply than others. “The COVID-19 pandemic has profoundly affected the living arrangements of millions of Americans,” said Daniel Garcia and Andrew Paciorek, authors of […]

Trump Vows to Use Executive Order to Extend Jobless Benefit

Trump Vows to Use Executive Order to Extend Jobless Benefit

BY TOM OZIMEK President Donald Trump said he would use executive action to extend the pandemic unemployment benefit, along with other measures, vowing to break the deadlock on Capitol Hill over a clutch of pandemic relief measures. Trump made the remarks during a news conference in Bedminster, New Jersey, on August 7. Calling the enhanced unemployment benefit one of the […]

Calvary Chapel Godspeak Loses Round 1 on Indoor Church Services Lawsuit by County- “We Will Be Open Sunday”

Calvary Chapel Godspeak Loses Round 1 on Indoor Church Services Lawsuit by County- “We Will Be Open Sunday”

By George Miller Says White House Supports Them Looks like Calvary Chapel Godspeak lost round 1 in the lawsuit by Ventura County to stop indoor church services which have been banned by the county’s and state’s COVID-19 emergency orders. This morning, Senior Pastor Rob McCoy confirmed that the judge granted the emergency TRO (Temporary Restraining […]

New York Governor: Schools Can Reopen This Fall

New York Governor: Schools Can Reopen This Fall

BY ZACHARY STIEBER Schools in New York state can reopen this fall, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Friday. Cuomo, a Democrat who had held off on deciding for weeks, said the low COVID-19 infection rate in the state, along with a small number of new CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus cases and deaths, led to his choice. The statewide infection rate was 1 percent […]

TikTok Threatens Legal Action Against Trump, Says Executive Order Banning The App Is Illegal

TikTok Threatens Legal Action Against Trump, Says Executive Order Banning The App Is Illegal

CHRIS WHITE TECH REPORTER TikTok threatened to sue President Donald Trump Friday for signing an executive order prohibiting individuals from communicating with the Chinese social media app’s parent company over the next 45 days. The executive order, which also impacts Chinese app WeChat, was issued Thursday night “without any due process,” TikTok said in a press statement. […]

California County to Give $1,250 Stipend to Some COVID-19 Sufferers

California County to Give $1,250 Stipend to Some COVID-19 Sufferers

BY TOM OZIMEK California’s seventh most populous county will give people infected with the CCP virus a one-time lump sum payment of $1,250 under a pilot program meant to help vulnerable residents unable to work while self-quarantining after contracting the potentially deadly bug. The Alameda County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday approved the program, which will initially […]

Nearly 18,000 California inmates could be released early due to coronavirus

Nearly 18,000 California inmates could be released early due to coronavirus

By Audrey Conklin | Fox News California could be on track to release a total of 17,600 inmates early to make space in crowded facilities during the coronavirus pandemic. A spokesperson for the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) told Fox News that “in total, 8,032 [inmates] have had their releases expedited and overall, we have reduced the total […]

Hiroshima Marks 75 Years Since Atomic Bombing in Scaled-Back Ceremony

Hiroshima Marks 75 Years Since Atomic Bombing in Scaled-Back Ceremony

BY REUTERS TOKYO—Bells tolled in Hiroshima on Thursday for the 75th anniversary of the world’s first atomic bombing, with ceremonies downsized due to the coronavirus and the city’s mayor urging nations to reject selfish nationalism and unite to fight all threats. Though thousands usually pack the Peace Park in the centre of the Japanese city to pray, sing […]

Trump Says Administration Will Issue Executive Order on Unemployment, Evictions

Trump Says Administration Will Issue Executive Order on Unemployment, Evictions

BY JACK PHILLIPS As Republicans and Democrats in Congress debate over the provisions of the next COVID-19 relief bill, President Donald Trump said that his administration is drafting an executive order to extend certain safeguards. “Upon departing the Oval Office for Ohio, I’ve notified my staff to continue working on an Executive Order with respect to Payroll Tax Cut, Eviction […]

State Department Eases Global CCP Virus Travel Advisory

State Department Eases Global CCP Virus Travel Advisory

BY JACK PHILLIPS The U.S. State Department on Thursday lifted the level 4 health advisory that advised Americans to avoid international travel in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. “With health and safety conditions improving in some countries and potentially deteriorating in others, the Department is returning to our previous system of country-specific levels of travel advice (with […]