Saschael Carter

Saschael Carter

Bio: Saschael Carter is a recent graduate from Howard University with a degree in English and a concentration in creative writing. She was born and raised in NYC and is a New Yorker to the core. She spends her free time writing short stories, novels, and poetry, having picnics in the park, and practicing Muay Thai and Jiu-jitsu. Her goal is to be a best-selling author and live in at least six other countries.

As Covid-19 cases in the U.S. decline, does that mean the end to the pandemic is near?

The number of overall Covid-19 cases is dropping in the United States. To some experts, this could mean that the end of the Coronavirus pandemic is within reaching distance. Although the virus will never entirely disappear from our lives, it is expected to become endemic; a less severe and dangerous form of what it is now.

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The Mayor of Rochester, Lovely Warren, is Forced to Resign After Being Found Guilty in A Campaign Finance Trial

Lovely Warren, the mayor of Rochester, agreed to resign on December 1st as a part of a plea deal.

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Former Nascar Driver John Wes Townley Was Killed After He Attacked His Ex-Wife

On Saturday night, John Wes Townley, 31-year-old former Nascar driver, was killed in a shooting in Athens, Georgia.

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Stevie Wonder’s Son, Kailand Morris, is Following in His Mother’s Fashion Footsteps

It’s always interesting to see if a celebrity’s child will choose to follow their talented parent’s footsteps and make a name for themselves or if they will choose a different career to try and escape from the shadow.

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Johnson and Johnson Covid-19 Booster Shot on The Horizon

Johnson and Johnson are the third and final company with a federally backed Corona Virus vaccination that plans to ask the FDA to approve their booster shot.

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Is Real Madrid Underrated?

The answer is an obvious no, right? How can Real Madrid, Los Galacticos, be underrated in any sense? They are recognized as one of the fiercest teams in La Liga and worldwide. While Real Madrid is highly regarded, they’re often given second place behind their league rivals, F.C. Barcelona, in the conversation.

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What Can Happen if Congress Doesn’t Act on the Debt Limit?

Today in the United States, as if the coronavirus pandemic wasn’t enough crisis for a lifetime, there is another government emergency looming around the corner. Janet Yellen, the U.S. Treasury Secretary, alerted lawmakers that the federal government will run out of money by October 18th unless Congress increases the debt ceiling.

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Youtube is Banning All Anti-Vaccine Information From its Platform

On Wednesday, the Google-owned company announced it broadened its medical misinformation policies. The updated guidelines prohibit all content that propagates false claims or information about the Covid-19 vaccines as well as all other vaccines.

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Who Did and Should Have Performed in Rihanna’s Fenty Season 3

The annual Savage X Fenty runway show, by Rihanna, was released on Amazon Prime Video on September 24th.

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R. Kelly Found Guilty On All Sex Trafficking Counts in Trial

Despite pleading guilty to all charges, R. Kelly was officially pronounced guilty on all counts in a high-profile sex trafficking case in court on Monday in New York.

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Can and Should We Separate the Artist From the Art?

I was scrolling through the suggested section on Netflix, and an old show I used to love popped up, House of Cards.

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Who Is Eligible For the Covid Booster Shot?

Five days ago, the FDA approved the emergency use authorization, filed by Pfizer-BioNTech, for their single-dose Covid-19 vaccine booster.

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