At the time, at least 85,000 people in the US had died from coronavirus, while 36.5million lost their jobs. … [Read more...] about Joe Biden appears to confuse dates of D-Day and Pearl Harbor during livestream campaign event
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“For me, I had been waiting for her to post something like that for a long time,” said Olivia Cherry, a 17-year-old in Illinois who tweets under the username @SwiftingDaily. “As someone who has looked up to her for the last 10 years, of course I knew what kind of person she was and what she believed in, but I couldn’t convince everyone else.” … [Read more...] about Taylor Swift’s Endorsement Of Democrats Has Relieved Fans — And Infuriated Others
‘High risk’ of T20 WC being put off, says CACricket Australia on Friday conceded that there is “very high risk” of this year’s T20 World Cup being postponed and it is bracing up for huge revenue loss because of that. CA chief executive Kevin Roberts admitted that the fate of T20 World Cup, to be hosted by Australia in October-November this year, is uncertain because of the global travel restrictions in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic. … [Read more...] about Morning Digest: Trump says U.S. terminating relationship with WHO over coronavirus, GST council likely to meet in mid-June, and more
Critics suggest that in not allowing children to use screens as part of its ideology Steiner schools are putting them at a disadvantage. “The needs of our young people are that when they leave school, they become part of a world that is highly likely to include technology,” says Mark Chambers, the chief executive of NAACE, a professional association for those concerned with advancing education using technology. “We should be doing all we can to help them be prepared for that world, just as we would for the physical world that is around them.” … [Read more...] about Could Steiner schools have a point on children, tablets and tech?
Trump's advisers insist that a hard line on immigration keeps his base solidified. And even though a dozen Republican senators revolted and voted against emergency funding for the border wall in March, Trump's political advisers believe the issue has quiet resonance outside Washington, among Americans who don't "sit around and get lectured about how they're racists on CNN and MSNBC every night," as one White House aide puts it. In this calculus, the GOP might attract moderate suburban women in northern Virginia or Main Line Philadelphia by toning down the rhetoric about illegal immigrants, but they'll say goodbye to Mahoning County, Ohio, or Macomb County, Michigan. … [Read more...] about How Robert Mueller Crushed the Republican Party’s ‘Dump Trump’ Crowd