The Coronavirus Crisis Can Reshape America’s Future – For the Better

Amid the coronavirus pandemic, American life is up-in-the-air as President Trump warns of a “rough week” ahead. It’s important to analyze an “after” once the virus has run its course and no more confirmed cases are announced. The “after” will be co-dependent on what lessons the U.S. and other countries take heed of after the […]

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We Ignored This Chilling 2007 Warning of a Bat-Diet Coronavirus Pandemic

Studies in the early 2000s warned bats can cause the reemergence of the coronavirus. A study published in 2007 described the culture of eating bats as a “ticking time bomb.” While some countries have made it illegal to trap bats, enforcement of the law has to improve. A 2007 study published by researchers at the […]

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Anthony Fauci’s ‘Weeks’ of Coronavirus Self-Isolation Will Destroy U.S. Economy

America’s chief immunologist has predicted that the coronavirus lockdown will last at least “several weeks.” People are already going mad after several days of self-isolation, as a brief glance at social media will show. A lockdown lasting weeks or months will set the U.S. up for its worst quarterly contraction on record, and potentially for […]

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Stop the Coronavirus Panic if You Trust World Governments’ June Deadline

The Philippines, the U.K., and Australia all expect coronavirus to reach its peak in between May and August. Many countries are now taking extreme measures of precaution, which a positive sign for a potential flattening of curve. New cases are dropping in South Korea, Japan, Singapore, and China. The Philippines, the U.K., and Australia are […]

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Coronavirus Hits 100,000 Cases and More Deaths Than 9/11 Terror Attacks

Official coronavirus cases have topped 100,000. It’s a terrible milestone for the highly contagious infection. The official death toll for COVID-19 of 3,488 means coronavirus has now claimed more lives than the 2,977 victims of the 9/11 terror attacks. Experts say the pandemic could get much worse. While health authorities and financial markets scramble to […]

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Coronavirus Drug Could Cost 750% More Than a Flu Shot

A potential coronavirus treatment developed by Gilead Sciences won’t come cheap. The resource-constrained developing world would be especially hard hit if the respiratory illness gets out of control. Biotech stocks have enjoyed a rally in the wake of the outbreak. Coronavirus has been, rightly or wrongly, compared to the flu based on a similar set […]

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Why Does Coronavirus Have a 29% Death Rate in Seattle?

The Wuhan coronavirus has killed a staggering 29% of all confirmed cases in King County, Washington. This disproportionately high rate of death demonstrates how dangerous the virus is for elderly Americans. Covid-19 could alter America’s demographics if it spreads as widely as the seasonal flu. So far, the coronavirus outbreak in King County Washington seems […]

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Coronavirus Hits Los Angeles But New Yorkers Should Be More Concerned

Los Angeles County just announced a state of emergency in response to the coronavirus. New York City, meanwhile, might be even more vulnerable. Both cities are taking precautions to contain the spread of this virus. California announced its first COVID-19 death on Wednesday. On the same day, Los Angeles County declared a state of emergency […]

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Donald Trump Tweets in Persian to Pump Up Iranian Protests

Donald Trump tweeted in Persian to support protests in Iran on Saturday. The demonstrations erupted in Tehran after the Iranian government admitted to shooting down a Ukrainian passenger plane. This isn’t the first time Trump has tweeted in Persian. President Donald Trump tweeted in Persian on Saturday. He wrote to encourage a new, fiery round […]

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