Georgia’s Governor Faces Black Backlash For Early Reopening Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
Pastor Jamal Bryant said he was banding with several other prominent black pastors across the state to keep their churches shuttered in a united show of resistance.
Non-Protester At Lockdown Protest Site Kidnaps Cameraman In ‘Gross Misunderstanding’
A KTTV news team was reporting on a protest over the continuing shutdowns required by coronavirus in Huntington Beach when Christien Petersen approached the reporter and cameraman.
Maryland Obtains 500,000 COVID-19 Test Kits From South Korea, Trump Stews
President Trump, who had asked governors to “not simply ask the federal government to supply unlimited support,” did not appreciate Gov. Hogan's efforts.
72% Of Health Care Workers Report Psychological Distress Due To COVID-19
U.S. COVID-19 medicos face mental illnesses.
Despite Coronavirus Spread, 3 Milwaukee Races To Go Ahead On April 7
Even though Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers urges voters to use absentee ballots, he has refused to change the date in spite of many calls to do so over coronavirus fears.
Big Money On Line, NCAA May Tip Off Tourney Without Spectators
March Madness means money. DeWine has done the right thing, but let consumer decide.
Washington Looks To Move Tax Deadline In Wake Of Coronavirus
April 15 is not set in stone for 2020 Washington works on COVID-19 recovery
Investors Jump Ship On Marijuana Stocks
The low prices are not seen as buying opportunities. U.S. laws counter state regulations where marijuana and CBD are concerned.
Many Want Warren To Suspend Her Campaign
Elizabeth Warren does not have a path to win the 2020 nomination. Will the senator fall on her sword for her party?
Sanders Will Scoop Up More Delegates On Super Tuesday
The states with most to offer, California and Texas, are tilting toward Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., according to the latest polling from those states.
Texas Officer Attacked As Member Of ‘Anti-Government Extremist Group’
Constable John Shirley from Dallas wrote a commentary on a website in which he claims to have been a member of the Oath Keepers for more than a decade and to have held several offices within the organization.
MLB Update: Chris Sale, Indian Rookie Will Start Season On Injured List
Red Sox are going slow with Chris Sale. Meanwhile, Cleveland Indians’ Emmanuel Clase out 8-12 weeks with teres major strain.
Baltimore Crime Rate Surges, 21 Deaths And Counting In Just 26 Days
Baltimore is averaging nearly a murder per day with three stabbings reported in carnage.
Lakers To Say Goodbye To Kobe With Celebration Of Life: Where To Watch Live Stream
The House That Kobe Built, aka Staples Center, is expecting a full house of more than 20,000 people for the remembrance.
Divisional Rivals Battle For Second Place In XFL’s Week 3
A pair of 1-1 teams from each division will battle for second place when the XFL kicks off Feb. 22.
XFL’s Week 3 Update: Divisional Rivals Battle For Second Place
The Dallas Renegades travel to Seattle to face the offenseless Seattle Dragons on Feb. 22, and the New York Guardians will visit St. Louis on Feb.23 to play the Battle Hawks.
Bloomberg Had No Place To Hide In His First Presidential Debate
CNN saw Sanders as a winner of the debate since the attacks on Bloomberg kept the pressure off the front runner, Sanders.
Poll-Bound US Gets A Whipping Boy In Russian Radio
The Establishment Media In The US Attempts To Blackball Radio Sputnik Does Freedom Of The Press Extend To Russian-owned Media In US?
Kim Mulkey Attains 600-Win Milestone Faster Than Legendary Adolph Rupp
Kim Mulkey has won titles as player, coach and Olympian.
PECOTA: It’s The Dodgers And Also Rans In The National League
Overloaded Dodgers are in a league of their own. Meanwhile, much improved Reds should win the central division.
Fresh Storm May Dump 4 More Inches Of Rain In Flooded Southeast US
No Relief For Rain Saturated Areas Little Loss OF Human Reported
Minnesota, Tampa Expected To Challenge Yankees, Astros Atop American League
The Yankees, Astros Stood Firm while Angels Broke Bank for Rendon.
One-Third Of US Voters Expected To Vote On Super Tuesday
Bernie Sanders is heading polls in California, Texas. Mike Bloomberg's appearance Super Tuesday could backfire.
Pro-Life, Family Values Prayer Irk Democrat Lawmakers In Virginia
State Democrats stormed out of the Virginia House chamber Tuesday after a black pastor condemned abortion and gay marriage through prayer.
Will Gabbard Try A Route To Washington Sans Democrats?
Gabbard has fought her party rulers’ tooth-and-nail every day for more than a year since announcing she is running for president.