Several northeastern states including Nagaland – that now has more than 100 coronavirus patients -- decided to continue operating under existing lockdown restrictions imposed to contain the spread of the deadly novel coronavirus. This meant Nagaland will continue to be under lockdown until further notice, with very little relaxations being introduced. … [Read more...] about Unlock 1.0 rules for Nagaland: What is allowed, what is not
Hundreds of people celebrated the July 4 weekend at a Michigan lake, clustered together on floating rafts and on boats. Now they're starting to test positive. US military personnel on the Japanese island of Okinawa are on virtual lockdown after multiple coronavirus cases emerged on several US Marine Corps bases there. After closing because of the pandemic, Disney World in Florida officially reopened two of its four parks on a scorching Saturday. Check out our insider look at the new Magic Kingdom. Consider it a reset. Many formerly single people -- and dating experts -- say the pandemic has actually helped people find their matches more easily. South Africa will resume a ban on alcohol sales and reinstate a daily curfew to free up hospital capacity as the country's Covid-19 cases continue to rise. Scotland has hinted at the possibility of asking visitors from England to quarantine on arrival in Scotland, the latest sign of Covid-19 policy differences across the United … [Read more...] about What you need to know about coronavirus on Monday, July 13
"This election is looking more like a Democratic tsunami than simply a Blue wave," wrote The Cook Political Report's Amy Walter earlier this month. "Republican strategists we've spoken with this week think Trump is close to the point of no return. A couple of others wondered if Trump had reached his 'Katrina' moment: a permanent loss of trust and faith of the majority of voters." … [Read more...] about This Republican senator has a wild idea about what voters will care about in November
A high-pressure system over the western Atlantic is blocking it from moving northward, and a weakness in the high-pressure system is slowing it down. … [Read more...] about What made Dorian stall over the Bahamas?
“As shall be demonstrated, this Islamization is by both state and by non-state actors that enjoyed the patronage and tacit support of the state. It is such that may lead to another genocide that will offend the conscience of nations, including particularly the United States, which possesses the singular capacity to intervene with lasting solutions”, IPOB warned. … [Read more...] about What we submitted to US Department that rattled Presidency — IPOB