Six shootings in one day across the Houston area led to multiple people dead, many injured and police on a rampant search for suspects.
226,700 Americans dead in the pandemic. We remember their stories.There is an end to the death and grief. But that end is not today. The task of the living is to carry the light to find our way in this darkness until the better day comes. Until that day, our hope must endure.
In October, COVID-19 recorded deaths in the US are 1.30% of new cases. Assuming that same ratio (which is basically as low as it's gotten), each day of case counts where they currently are means another 886 Americans dead.
Polling shows most electoral races are in a dead heat in Georgia nearly one week before Election Day.
226,300 Americans dead in the pandemic. There are too many of us that are carrying the burden of grief tonight. The darkness is heavy on our shoulders. Hope endures the night for a better day. Tonight remember those lost. Let the memories sustain us as we await the light of dawn.
Over 70,000 Americans dead. More than 20 million newly unemployed. No national testing and trace strategy. What was the President’s message to the nation this morning? That I am “dirty” and “going down.” I have said he’s unfit for office, and every day he proves me right.
If you could bring one person back from the dead to see the state of the world for one day and record their observations, who would it be? I'd bring back this guy.
A pandemic is declared, but not for 24,600 dead every day from unnecessary starvation, or 3,000 children dead every day from preventable malaria, or the countless daily dead from America's blockade on Venezuela and Iran and its bombs on Yemen. Before you panic consider them.