North Dakota hospitals at full capacity amid COVID-19 surge
November 13, 2020
North Dakota hospitals are reportedly at full capacity amid surging coronavirus cases and a shortage of healthcare workers. On Monday, Gov. Doug Burgum announced a new measure to address the dire situation, allowing COVID-19-positive healthcare workers who are asymptomatic to continue working on coronavirus patients, the Grand Forks Herald reported. The shortage in healthcare workers
Bridge collapses live on news in North Carolina amid heavy rain
November 13, 2020
Shocking local television footage shows the moment part of a bridge collapsed as a reporter stood just a few feet away amid heavy rains in North Carolina on Thursday. During the newscast, reporter Amber Roberts, of a local Fox affiliate in Charlotte, was showing viewers a flood of running water underneath a bridge and damage to
North Korea calls nuclear watchdog a ‘marionette’ of the West
November 12, 2020
North Korea rebuked the U.N.’s nuclear watchdog agency as “a marionette dancing to the tune” of the West, signaling Pyonyang’s continued hostility toward international monitoring. North Korean Ambassador Kim Song’s dismissive words came Wednesday at a U.N. General Assembly meeting, after the International Atomic Energy Agency condemned Pyongyang’s ongoing nuclear activities as “a clear violation”
Republican Thom Tillis wins re-election in North Carolina
November 10, 2020
Thom Tillis, the GOP senator from North Carolina, has won re-election after a nail-biting, days-long count, handing the Republican Party a major victory as it looks to hold onto control of the Senate. Democratic challenger Cal Cunningham called the incumbent on Tuesday, one week after Americans went to the polls, to concede the race. “I
Not the Convention, or the Election, North Carolina Republicans Hoped For
August 24, 2020
“They say most people get more conservative as you age, but I’ve gotten more liberal,” said Cindy Strom, an educational consultant who lives in the Charlotte suburb of Mooresville after moving from Chicago four years ago.In a sense, Ms. Strom is like other recent transplants who are helping to transform the state’s political dynamics by
Confederate Statue in North Carolina Comes Down After 112 Years
November 22, 2019
U.S.|Confederate Statue in North Carolina Comes Down After 112 YearsThe statue’s removal came after months of “high emotions, division and even violence” in the small town of Pittsboro, a county official said.Workers loaded the monument onto a truck after it was removed from its place in front of the Chatham County Courthouse in Pittsboro, N.C.,…
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