WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump dug deep into executive powers to drive his populist trade policy, strike a mini deal with China and keep Congress largely on the sidelines. As Trump’s successor on Jan.
2020 has shown itself to be a difficult year for many, COVID-19 has altered the way of life for everyone globally and the pressures of quarantine can weight heavily. This year, the Ponca City Chamber of Commerce is asking for citizens to email their favorite Ponca City Christmas memories to be shared on the Ponca City Chamber website and entered into a drawing for a Ponca City gift basket.
• Even with the entire district on Distance Learning and a short week due to the Thanksgiving Break, there were a total of 11 PCPS in-school positives. Two of the positives on Monday were contact traced from Friday’s attendance at school.
Moderna Inc. plans to request clearance for its coronavirus vaccine in the U.S. and Europe on Monday, after a new analysis showed the vaccine was highly effective in preventing COVID-19, with no serious safety problems.
Large hospital systems are grappling with how best to decide which health care workers will be vaccinated first for COVID-19, a daunting task when it’s unclear which shots they’ll get, how many and when they’ll arrive.
President Donald Trump’s administration has one last blockbuster showdown at the Supreme Court over his divisive immigration policies, and this one goes to the heart of how U.S. political power is allocated.
When three prison inmates were infected with the coronavirus in South Korea early last spring, corrections officers responded swiftly. “Walk-thru” testing booths were installed in each of the country’s 54 prison compounds, masks were universally distributed and prisoners had visitations curtailed.
Why Me? Ask the Social Security Administration for Help Let me ask a question. If your furnace stopped working on the coldest day of the year, would you send an email to a guy who writes a newspaper column about heating and air conditioning issues? Or would you immediately call a local heating contractor and get someone out as soon as possible to fix your furnace? Obviously, you would do the latter.