An aggressive push by Iowa’s pro-Trump governor to reopen schools amid a worsening coronavirus outbreak has descended into chaos, with some districts and teachers rebelling and experts calling the scientific benchmarks used by the state arbitrary and unsafe. At issue is Republican Gov. Kim Reynolds’ mandate in July that districts offer at least 50% classroom instruction. The conflict intensified Wednesday when the statewide teachers union announced a lawsuit challenging the governor's ability to make such decisions for local districts.Do-it-yourself Model and Entertainment Release
The coronavirus pandemic is keeping the curtain closed on Broadway … at least through the end of the year. The Broadway League announced Monday all Broadway performances in New York City are on hold for the next 6 months and beyond due to…-
Big news from Eric Trump … Donald’s son has just announced the family is reopening Trump golf courses in L.A. and Miami with new COVID-19 restrictions. “We are very excited that Trump National Golf Club, Los Angeles and Trump Doral in Miami are…
Germany took a further step on the long road back to post-coronavirus normality on Monday, with museums and hairdressers reopening under strict conditions, churches opening their doors for worshippers, and more car factories resuming work. Chancellor Angela Merkel has warned that reopening too swiftly risks triggering a second wave of infections, but many regions are already going alone. The reopening of some border crossings with France, which has scrapped quarantine requirements for EU citizens, lent further impetus to calls for accelerated reopening.