GOP leaders said they were pressing ahead to seize a monumental chance to solidify the court’s rightward ideological shift by replacing Ginsburg with a conservative jurist. Democratic leaders accused the Republicans of political opportunism and hypocrisy.
Some plans to teach in person failed after the coronavirus surged. Variations in testing protocols, campus locations and student housing patterns from school to school can play a huge role in success or failure.
Eight months after the countries signed a partial trade agreement that President Trump promised would be “transformative,” the U.S.-China relationship instead is mired in an escalating number of bitter disputes.
The Trump administration plans to spell out how it intends to enforce U.N. sanctions against Iran that the international community says it has no right to reimpose because it withdrew from the 2015 nuclear deal.
A special panel seeks more money for testing, personal protective equipment, registered nurses, infection control training and staff salary increases, but the panel is silent on nursing homes' own responsibilities.
It’s inevitable that the Cardinals’ cakewalk victory over Washington will be viewed through the prism of the two quarterbacks. What should also be considered: how the teams were built — or not built — around them and what that says about the franchises.