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Projections indicate possible future of COVID-19 pandemic

As the COVID-19 pandemic unfolds, epidemiologists have released several statistical models that have projected how the virus could affect countries across the globe in the coming weeks and beyond. Dr. Linn Carothers, professor of mathematics at California Baptist University, has monitored the COVID-19 projections throughout the pandemic. He said that governments have mainly used models […]

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Federal Reserve adds $100 billion to economy as recession fear builds

With the fear of a possible recession on the horizon, the New York branch of the Federal Reserve recently made the decision to add $100 billion into the national economy.  While initially this may not seem like cause for concern, economic and financial experts say this action has been taken to lessen the impact of […]

Pakistian ambassador speaks on U.S. international relations

Ambassador Cameron Munter, American diplomat and career foreign service officer, spoke Feb. 6 at Riverside’s Mission Inn about perceptions of mistrust between the U.S. and Pakistan. When Munter’s former high school history teacher introduced him, he said the ambassador “was the poster boy to critical thinking. He knew to question everything.” Munter carried his critical-thinking […]

Becoming a citizen of United States is more difficult than it should be

Citizenship is a privilege many Americans are born with, but for those seeking to become naturalized in the United States, it often becomes a daunting task. The application process is not only extensive, but also costly. To file an application for naturalization it costs $595 with an additional biometric fee included of $85 for a […]