There is no doubt that the pandemic has become a political issue. Although the virus is a public health issue, the actions of politicians on how to handle the virus have influenced voters. With an election right around the corner, Biden and Trump have made their stances clear on how to move forward with protecting the country.
Month: September 2020
Gigi and Zayn Welcome their First Daughter
The internet was buzzing with excitement when Zayn Malik and Gigi Hadid announced in April that they were expecting their first baby. This announcement came 20 weeks into the pregnancy, and people were immediately expressing the fact that the iconic couple’s baby would be insanely gorgeous.
NFL Covid Outbreak
After the Tennessee Titans defeated the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday, both teams closed their facilities due to Titans players and personnel testing positive for Covid-19. Three players and five non-player personnel tested positive on Tuesday morning, causing the shutdown.
The Book of Mormon Coming Back to Broadway
Ever since the world went on lockdown, the future of theater has been a mystery. Would there ever be in-person shows again? If so, would we all have to wear masks and social distance? How would actors and actresses even rehearse? Although there are still many unknowns about the future of the theater industry, the Broadway musical The Book of Mormon has announced that they are returning to Broadway in 2021.
Sweater Vests are Making a Comeback
Breaking news: sweater vests are making a dangerous comeback. Although this may be weird to hear, this is good news considering that this is a clothing item that can be styled in many ways. The uniform and private school look has always been a popular aesthetic, but sweater vests seem to be a piece that can be included in casual outfits too.
Tuesday Night’s Presidential Debate Was A Calamity
Once, it might have been difficult to imagine a presidential debate in which one candidate could get away with telling the other: “Will you shut up, man?”
But in last night’s debate, it not only happened – it was barely even one of the most noteworthy events.
Coping with “Election Stress Disorder”
With election season underway, and considering everything going in the country, many Americans have been more stressed than ever. Our political parties are as divided as they’ve ever been, and people truly don’t know what to do.
The Controversy Surrounding Insatiable
Insatiable is a story about revenge that has sparked an incredible amount of controversy in the world of television. Despite this, viewers are finding that it is also a guilty pleasure. With a mix of comedy, drama, romance, and mystery, this series will keep you at the edge of your seat while you also question its offensive scenes.
Little Mix Empowering Women Around the World
You may have heard of Little Mix from the British version of the X-Factor. Since 2011, this girl group has gained popularity for their wide range of music and catchy lyrics. Jesy Nelson, Perrie Edwards, Jade Thirlwall and Leigh-Anne Pinnock are the artists behind the well-known music group that has empowered women of all ages.
The 2020 Election Renews Issues Of Felony Disenfranchisement
According to the Sentencing Project, over 6.1 million Americans cannot vote due to a felony conviction. There are only two states that do not restrict voting rights for felons, with Maine and Vermont both allowing felons to vote while incarcerated using absentee ballots. In other states, the precise nature of the restrictions can vary.
The Finals Are Set! Who Do You Have Winning It All?
The NBA Finals are set. It will be the Los Angeles Lakers versus the Miami Heat in this year’s championship matchup. The Lakers are coming off an impressive 4-1 victory against the Denver Nuggets, while the Miami Heat are coming off a very hard fought 4-2 victory against the Boston Celtics. This is a fun […]
Studies Show Very Few People In US Have COVID-19 Antibodies
Worldwide coronavirus cases have officially surpassed 33 million. The United States accounts for 7.1 million of these cases – a whopping 21% of the world total, which is a staggering number when you consider the fact that the US only makes up 4% of the entire world’s population.