Whether you are interested in News Topics that focus on politics, sports, business, or entertainment, there is a lot to read about. With that in mind, you can choose to read a few articles, or you can make a list of topics that interest you.
During the first half of 2015, the coronavirus sparked a lot of attention. Several countries were hit by coronavirus related illnesses, but the United States was not immune. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the coronavirus has caused more than a half a million hospitalizations and nearly a million deaths worldwide. A new survey finds that Americans are paying close attention to coronavirus news.
According to the survey, the coronavirus is not as prevalent as it used to be. It’s estimated that about 11% of American adults were diagnosed with it in 2015. Among the few people that did get the disease, nearly half of them were infected in the first three months of the year. Symptoms include chills, muscle aches, and a cough. It’s also been linked to heart attacks, kidney failure, and other serious complications. Thankfully, the mortality rate of people infected with the disease isn’t as high as the mortality rate of the seasonal flu.
Among the many Walmart news topics is Walmart’s “Delivery Unlimited” service that lets customers order groceries directly to their refrigerators. Walmart will offer this service to 4 million households in six states by the end of the year.
Walmart is a private employer in the United States and abroad, and operates 4,700 stores nationwide, as well as Sam’s Clubs, third party retail, and financial services. Walmart has been criticized for prison labor, sweatshops, and inadequate supervision of foreign suppliers.
Walmart also owes its success to low prices. It’s the largest importer in the U.S., and has expanded internationally to international locations in the United Kingdom and China.
Walmart is also the largest private employer in the U.S. Its employees may not qualify for the public plan, but they may qualify for low premiums and high income limits.
Walmart has also made the FTC proud by being the first company to make an AI-powered algorithm that is capable of identifying the most cost-effective substitutes for a given product. The company’s technology can help increase the customer acceptance of substitutes.
Impeachment of Donald Trump
During his fourth year in office, President Donald Trump was impeached by the House of Representatives for inciting a mob to attack the US Capitol. The Senate has now taken up the matter, and will try to convict him in an impeachment trial.
The House of Representatives voted unanimously to impeach Trump, and it will now be up to the Senate to convict him. Democrats have a slim majority in the Senate, and need a two-thirds vote to convict Trump. The Senate is currently divided along party lines, with 48 Democrats and 17 Republicans. Unless a majority of the Republican Senators come to the same conclusion, the impeachment will not happen.
While some Republicans support impeachment, others have said they want Trump to resign. Republicans have also criticized the process of impeaching. Some lawmakers have argued that Trump is too corrupt to be trusted, and that impeachment would hurt the country more than help it.
While a number of senators have said they support impeachment, most of them voted against proceeding with a trial once the term ends. They also rejected attempts to introduce subpoenas to Trump’s campaign team.
Impeachment of Governor Andrew Cuomo
Several Democratic legislators have called for the Impeachment of Governor Andrew Cuomo. They say the governor’s misconduct has skewed attention from the state business. In particular, the governor’s office has been investigated for hiding data on nursing home deaths.
The Cuomo Administration personnel are expected to adhere to strict rules regarding their handling of records. Specifically, they must understand that vital records are public records. They must also not manipulate records to hide their culpability.
The Democratic Conference of the New York State Assembly is taking the first step toward impeachment. As of now, 82 Assembly members have publicly expressed their support for Cuomo’s impeachment.
The New York State Assembly’s Judiciary Committee will hold two hearings on Cuomo’s misconduct. The committee will also decide whether to draw up articles of impeachment. They will weigh whether Cuomo’s actions constituted harassment or abuse of power. They will also decide whether Cuomo retaliated against any of his accusers.
The Judiciary Committee has subpoena power. They will also decide how to present their evidence. If the committee finds Cuomo guilty of impeachable offenses, the court would vote to remove Cuomo from office. Then the court would determine whether Cuomo could run for office again.