The scholastic year has already been upended by the coronavirus pandemic. Back in March, schools from nursery to university shut their doors to students, forcing them to end their terms remotely. The College Board, the organization that administers the SAT, as well as its leading competitor, the...
Recently, Joe Biden's campaign released an attack ad against President Trump that shows a video of Trump playing golf next to a chart which shows the number of Covid-19 deaths increasing to nearly 100,000. In the background, dramatic music plays, which is intended to amplify the pandemic's...
The United States recently announced that it was withdrawing from the Open Skies Treaty, the 2002 international security agreement that was designed to enhance international trust and protection against attacks. Under the treaty, all 34 member states are allowed to fly over each other's territory to collect...
The covid-19 pandemic has finally caused humanity to reduce its CO2 emissions. As a result of decreased travel and commuting, the oil industry has taken a devastating hit with oil prices turning negative. In Europe and China, leaders are considering the possibility of using the economic crisis...
Last Friday evening, President Trump fired State Department Inspector General Steve Linick. He is the fourth inspector general to have been fried in the last six weeks. Linick's firing was heavily criticized by Democrats and moderate Republican Susan Collins. On...
President Trump has taken to using the term "Obama-gate" in emotionally charged Tweeter posts to describe his belief that former President Barack Obama has been illegally conspiring to undermine his presidency. While it's unclear what the exact meaning of the term is, Trump has been using it...
Many people think that classrooms can be moved online seamlessly. Simply take your classroom of 17-30 students, move them to a video conferencing program, and it’ll be business as usual. Unfortunately, this misconception couldn’t be further from the truth. Online classes and e-learning is nothing like learning...
It has not been confirmed nor denied, but there's a possibility that college football will not happen this fall, a devastating prospect for the NCAA, the athletes, the fans and NFL franchises that rely on the season to scout prospective players. While the most regrettable aspect of...
Wisconsin's Supreme Court has overturned the state's "Safer at Home" orders and has now mandated that all future statewide regulations be approved by the legislature's rule making committee before implementation. On Wednesday, the court ruled to strike down the orders by a 4-3 vote, with conservative Justice...
What Does A Negative Price Mean? For the first time in US history, benchmark US crude oil prices traded in the negative. In practice, this means that those in the market were basically paying each other to take oil off their hands. This historic...
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