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US GDP Suffers Record Collapse, Jobless Claims Point to Stalling Recovery

US GDP Suffers Record Collapse, Jobless Claims Point to Stalling Recovery

BY TOM OZIMEK The U.S. economy suffered a historic collapse in the second quarter of this year, with Commerce Department figures showing gross domestic product (GDP) plummeting by 32.9 percent in annualized terms as business activity ground to a halt due to the pandemic. CJ Editor’s note: GDP swings are typically reported at an annual rate […]

Search for Missing Woman Transitions to Recovery Operation – Believed drowned while swimming in Lake Piru

Search for Missing Woman Transitions to Recovery Operation – Believed drowned while swimming in Lake Piru

Ventura County Sheriff  – Incident Press Release The search for a missing Los Angeles actress at Lake Piru has turned into a recovery mission as of Thursday morning. Naya Rivera, 33 year old Los Angeles resident, rented a boat at the lake Wednesday afternoon and went for an excursion with her four-year-old son. The boat […]

As America Divides, Florida and Texas Head One Way, California and New York Go the Opposite Direction

As America Divides, Florida and Texas Head One Way, California and New York Go the Opposite Direction

BY MARK TAPSCOTT News Analysis In her long and futile search for why she lost the 2016 election, former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton did manage to find some solace in the areas she carried against President Donald Trump. “So, I won the places that are optimistic, diverse, dynamic, moving forward,” Clinton told an audience during a 2018 […]

History Holds Lessons for Today’s Economic Reopening and Recovery

History Holds Lessons for Today’s Economic Reopening and Recovery

BY EMEL AKAN News Analysis WASHINGTON—As nations slowly move toward reopening their economies, the pace and success of economic recovery will depend on policies undertaken to reverse business and labor market disruptions. Economists believe the pandemic has created the worst downturn since the Great Depression. Strict lockdown measures to contain the spread of the virus have caused a severe decline in economic […]

Clinical Trial Shows Remdesivir Quickened Recovery From COVID-19

Clinical Trial Shows Remdesivir Quickened Recovery From COVID-19

BY ZACHARY STIEBER A rigorous trial sponsored by the U.S. government showed remdesivir has a clear impact on hospitalization time for COVID-19 patients, Dr. Anthony Fauci said on Wednesday. Fauci heads the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), which provided funding for the clinical trial. An independent data and safety monitoring board, which analyzed results […]

Man With Down Syndrome Hugs Mom After Beating the CCP Virus: ‘An Amazing Recovery’

Man With Down Syndrome Hugs Mom After Beating the CCP Virus: ‘An Amazing Recovery’

BY LOUISE BEVAN A young man with Down syndrome who was given just 24 hours to live after contracting the CCP virus survived against the odds. Upon his release from the hospital, jubilant medical staff led him straight into the arms of his mother for an emotional reunion. Thirty-four-year-old Ben McCafferty was admitted to Bradford Royal Infirmary in West Yorkshire […]

California Government Makes Recovery More Difficult

California Government Makes Recovery More Difficult

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views On March 26 the national unemployment numbers were released.  Nationally, in the past week 3.3 million Americans were unemployed.  In California, we contributed over one million to that number.  While we are 14% of the nation, we had 33% of the unemployed.  Could it be the […]

The Least the Lost and the Hopeless: Who is Accountable for America’s Homeless? Who is Doing Enough?

The Least the Lost and the Hopeless: Who is Accountable for America’s Homeless? Who is Doing Enough?

    by Catherine Townsend-Lyon, Author/Advocate According to the US Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Annual Homeless Assessment Report, as of 2018, there were around 553,000 homeless people in the United States on a given night or 0.17% of America’s population. They come from all walks of life and from many different circumstances as to why they became homeless. You […]

It’s a Choice to Stay Homeless

It’s a Choice to Stay Homeless

    By Amanda Carter Chronic homelessness is a choice. I am living proof that anyone experiencing homelessness can get out and stay out, if they want. I am a mother of 3. I am a survivor of human trafficking. I am an addict working a program of recovery. Yes, I have been and have […]

An Addiction That Requires No Substances – This Is My Story

An Addiction That Requires No Substances – This Is My Story

By Catherine Townsend-Lyon, Author and Advocate My name is Catherine, and I’m a recovering gambling addict.  “How does did a good girl go bad? By crossing a fine line from a “once in awhile gambler into a full-blown addiction.”  As I began gambling with money, I then started with the money I didn’t have, to […]

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