Footage Showing Rochester Police Pepper Spraying Black Mother With Her Toddler Surfaces

March 7, 2021

Video footage of a Rochester police officer taking a Black woman to the ground in front of her 3-year old and then pepper spraying her while she held her child’s hand has recently been released. The encounter took place on Feb. 22 by Clifford and Portland Ave. The police were called to the area because […]

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One Democratic Senator From Virginia Almost Derails The Entire COVID-19 Bill

March 6, 2021

The COVID-19 relief bill was stopped in its tracks by West Virginia Democratic Senator Joe Manchin on Friday because of a policy dispute. The dispute broke the delicate balance needed to push the bill through the senate until a huge argument came to a conclusion behind the scenes. Manchin signed on to support the bill […]

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Biden Administration Reacts To Texas & Mississippi Lifting Mask Mandates

March 5, 2021

During the presidential campaign, Joe Biden ran as the “mask” president, actively criticizing the way that Trump dismissed masks during his time as president. Last June, Biden said “The one thing we do know — these masks make a gigantic difference. I would insist that everybody out in public be wearing that mask.” Now a […]

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Monroe County Health Department Posts An Optimistic Video Regarding COVID-19 Rates

March 5, 2021

According to a video released by Monroe County Executive Adam Bello and Monroe County Department of Public Health Commissioner Dr. Michael Mendoza, the downward trend of COVID-19 cases is continuing to decline across the Finger Lakes Region. After having the highest case rate in the region a few weeks ago, the Monroe County Health Department […]

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New Deal Between Pharmaceutical Giants Will Hopefully Provide 300 Million Vaccines To The US By April

March 4, 2021

Officials are speculating that the deal brokered with the pharmaceutical companies Johnson & Johnson and Merck will advance the overall vaccine distribution timeline by a couple of months. President Joe Biden said on Tuesday that he thinks that every willing adult in the US could be vaccinated as soon as April. There should be around […]

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NASA’s Perseverance Is Looking For Life On Mars

March 3, 2021

NASA’s Perseverance rover is well underway on its mission to see if there are any traces of life on the surface of Mars. The machine will spend the next few months roaming around the Martian landscape collecting samples that future missions will be bringing back to Earth. This mission is the first official astrobiological mission […]

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Gov. Andrew Cuomo Releases Statement In Regards To Allegations Of Sexual Harassment

March 2, 2021

Sooooo Governor Andrew Cuomo admits in a statement that he may have played too much at work. The Governor said he made jokes and he has teased people about their personal lives while on the job. He also said some of the interactions could of left individuals feeling uncomfortable. Cuomo said his intention was never […]

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Dr. Suess Stops Sales And Publishings Of Six Of It’s Books

March 2, 2021

Well, it looks like some of the Dr. Seuss books will be getting makeovers. Dr. Suess Enterprises will stop selling and publishing 6 Dr. Suess books. The reason they say they will no longer publish the books is the imagery the books contain are insensitive. Dr. Suess Enterprise told The Associated Press that they portray […]

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COVID-19 Relief Bill Enters The Senate This Week

March 1, 2021

American legislatures are hopeful that President Joe Biden will be able to sign in the newest COVID-19 relief bill in the next couple of weeks. This week, the Senate will be voting on the bill that has a higher price tag than former President Obama’s stimulus plan. The biggest item in thebill is the $1400 […]

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Indoor Visitation in Nursing Homes Begins In New York

February 28, 2021

According to state Health Commissioner Dr. Howard Zucker, nursing homes in New York will begin resuming indoor visitation with less restrictions. New rules are being established that are a little more relaxed since COVID-19 testing has become more available. That being said, the rules and regulations will be based on the current positivity rate in […]

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