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Los Angeles to Shut Off Water, Power for Nonessential Businesses That Refuse to Close Amid Pandemic

Los Angeles to Shut Off Water, Power for Nonessential Businesses That Refuse to Close Amid Pandemic

BY ZACHARY STIEBER Los Angeles will shut off water and power to businesses deemed nonessential that decline to follow an order to close amid the CCP virus pandemic. The Epoch Times refers to the novel coronavirus, which causes the disease COVID-19, as the CCP virus because the Chinese Communist Party’s coverup and mismanagement allowed the virus to spread throughout China and create […]

New York City ER Visits, New Virus Cases Appear to Level Out

New York City ER Visits, New Virus Cases Appear to Level Out

BY PETR SVAB Asudden spike in emergency room visits in New York City for breathing difficulties and flu-like symptoms has somehow leveled out over the past few days, just as have the daily numbers of new cases of the CCP virus. About 3,300 New Yorkers a day now visit an emergency room (ER) with symptoms such as […]

Bipartisan Effort Underway To Hold Chinese Government Financially Accountable For Coronavirus Outbreak

Bipartisan Effort Underway To Hold Chinese Government Financially Accountable For Coronavirus Outbreak

ANDREW KERR INVESTIGATIVE REPORTER . A bipartisan effort is underway outside of Congress to hold China accountable for what could be trillions of dollars worth of damage caused by their mishandling of the global coronavirus pandemic. The Berman Law Group, a Miami-based law firm advised by the younger brother of former Vice President Joe Biden, filed […]

Anyone Who Leaves New York City Must Self-Quarantine for 14 Days: White House Officials

Anyone Who Leaves New York City Must Self-Quarantine for 14 Days: White House Officials

BY MIMI NGUYEN LY Any person who has left New York City and the New York Metro area must self-quarantine for 14 days since the time they left the area, White House officials announced Tuesday. “We remain deeply concerned about New York City and the New York metro area,” White House Coronavirus Response Coordinator Debbie Birx said. “About 56 […]

Navy Hospital Ship Mercy Heads to Los Angeles, Not Seattle

Navy Hospital Ship Mercy Heads to Los Angeles, Not Seattle

BY SIMON VEAZEY The 1,000-bed Navy hospital ship Mercy will sail to Los Angeles and not to Seattle, as officials anticipate bed demand in California will be five times higher than in Washington. The Mercy, which is currently being prepared in port in San Diego, is one of two that will be used as a referral and critical care […]

Senate Fails to Advance CCP Virus Spending Bill for Second Time

Senate Fails to Advance CCP Virus Spending Bill for Second Time

BY JACK PHILLIPS The Senate on Monday didn’t advance a significant stimulus package to combat the CCP virus for the second time in two days. Senators voted 49-46 and fell short of the three-fifths support that is necessary to debate a massive $1.5 trillion package. The negotiations will continue between Democrats and Republicans, said Senate Minority Leader Chuck […]

BUSINESS | Relocating China-Centric Supply Chains to USA Could Cure Virus Woes

BUSINESS | Relocating China-Centric Supply Chains to USA Could Cure Virus Woes

BY ALAN MCDONNELL As the United States suffers an increasing number of infections and fatalities from the CCP virus, a number of industries critical to the U.S. economy—including the powerhouse automotive and aerospace industries—have been forced to shut up shop. The double-whammy of supply-chain disruptions due to reduced Chinese and domestic industrial activity coupled with U.S. firms […]

Severe Supply Disruptions Could Speed Demise of Globalization

Severe Supply Disruptions Could Speed Demise of Globalization

BY EMEL AKAN   WASHINGTON—Governments and businesses are learning hard lessons from the rapid spread of the CCP virus that is causing supply disruptions across the globe. Closings related to the virus, which causes the disease COVID-19, have been bringing the U.S. and global economies to a grinding halt. American companies dependent on global sourcing are facing an unprecedented […]

RECIPE | This Elegant French Lemon Tart Is a Sweet Slice of Sunshine

RECIPE | This Elegant French Lemon Tart Is a Sweet Slice of Sunshine

BY AUDREY LE GOFF This time of year, you’ll find sunny lemon tarts on display at every bakery in France. The tarte au citron, a combination of a buttery, delicately crisp crust encasing a sweet-tart, lemony filling, is one of France’s favorite desserts—especially in the thick of citrus season. At once rich with butter and bright with seasonal citrus, […]

Homeowners Can Put Off Mortgage Payments Amid Outbreak

Homeowners Can Put Off Mortgage Payments Amid Outbreak

BY TOM OZIMEK Homeowners struggling to make ends meet as the COVID-19 pandemic takes its toll on the U.S. economy will be able to postpone their mortgage payments for up to 12 months, according to mortgage backers Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. The two government-sponsored enterprises said in a press release that loan servicers could suspend payments for up to a […]

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