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Opinion

Opinion: Public Health Officials Must Regain The Public’s Trust

As the winter phase of the COVID pandemic approaches, there has been a reshuffling of the cards: Several vaccines will be available shortly to the public, more quickly than anticipated. Currently, it is not clear which vaccine will prove superior based on cost, availability and effectiveness, but no matter how effective and safe they are,

International

Nobel UN food agency warns 2021 will be worse than 2020

The head of the World Food Program says the Nobel Peace Prize has given the U.N. agency a spotlight and megaphone to warn world leaders that next year is going to be worse than this year, and without billions of dollars “we are going to have famines of biblical proportions in 2021.” David Beasley said

COVID-19

Oregon, New Mexico order lockdowns as other states resist

The governors of Oregon and New Mexico ordered near-lockdowns Friday in the most aggressive response yet to the latest wave of coronavirus infections shattering records across the U.S., even as many of their counterparts in other states show little appetite for reimposing the hard-line restrictions of last spring. “We are in a life-or-death situation, and

Business

New Study: State of the Nation Report Reveals New Online Education and Remote Work Data

The team at ClickMeeting, the software-free, video conferencing and webinar solution, have researched the state of the nation’s psyche as we continue to work and learn remotely, with some interesting insights. During the pandemic there has been a huge surge in online events taking place with a whopping 375% increase in online events each week and

Opinion

Opinion: For Trial Lawyers, COVID-19 Is Just Another Feather In Their Cap

There’s no question the coronavirus pandemic has taken a heavy toll on our nation. It has caused the deaths of more than 190,000 Americans, brought about unprecedented economic turmoil, and continues to harm the lives of everyday people. But not everyone is lamenting the devastation wrought by the coronavirus. Indeed, for certain trial lawyers, COVID-19 isn’t

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