Mary Trump a clinical Psychologist by profession is the only niece to President Donald Trump. She has written a new book titled “Too Much and Never Enough: How my Family created the World’s most dangerous man.” People wonder what may have led to this for Mary to write this book exposing a President running for re-election.
The unemployment benefits provided to anyone out of work because of Coronavirus Pandemic is ending last day of July, 2020. But with the resurgence of Coronavirus across the United States, there is a possibility that the unemployment payments may continue if Democrats have their way. Over 21 million Americans are collecting the $600 weekly payments from the federal government in addition to state unemployment payment.
A new Swine flu strain which medical experts believe could have a pandemic potential has been discovered in China. The new virus according to medical scientists emerged recently and is being carried by pigs but could infect humans when it mutates further. Medical experts say it has the potential to easily spread from human to human.
It was a difficult and prolonged negotiation as EU member states debate who should be allowed and the best way to reopen their countries to non-European Union travelers. This was a last-ditch effort to save EU countries that largely depend on tourism revenues.
More than 2,300 US soldiers have died in Afghanistan since the war with the Taliban and Osama Bin Laden's Al-Qaida Islamic Fundamentalists. The war began about 18 years ago, and now a new report from the New York Times has alleged that the Russian Government of Putin wants to pay Taliban soldiers to go after US Soldiers in Afghanistan. Taliban forces may have ceased on this promise by going after US Soldiers wherever they are found in Kabul and other locations in Afghanistan where they operate.
There is roughly 4 months and two weeks left for the US Presidential Election coming up on November 3, 2020. Many Polls have been conducted lately between Republican President Donald Trump, and the presumed Democratic nominee, former vice President Joe Biden.