Nationwide, stay-at-home orders have been lifted in most states and retail stores and other “nonessential” businesses have begun reopening. Despite the gradual nationwide reopening, public health officials warn of a second wave of cases in late summer or early autumn. As of June 17, 21 states have seen increases in new cases over the last two weeks. Iowa is among 12 states where new cases have largely remained the same over the past two weeks. But many states are currently experiencing dramatic increases in new cases. 9 states—Alabama, Arizona, Florida, Nevada, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Carolina, and Texas—have experienced record numbers of new cases in the past seven days.
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The U.S. Labor Department released December’s job report. It was mixed bag. Here’s what you need to know: 2019—according to reporting in The New […]
On Tuesday, House Democrats released two proposed articles of impeachment, charging President Trump with abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. The first article […]
On Thursday, Speaker Pelosi announced the House will go forward drafting impeachment charges against President Trump. According to The New York Times: The speaker […]