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  • The United States stands for life against the United Nations

    USAID requests that the U.N. remove abortion from its coronavirus response plan.

  • United States passes 100,000 coronavirus deaths as states continue rush to reopen

    The United States has blown past another tragic landmark in the fight against coronavirus, surpassing 100,000 deaths nationwide. The devastating figure, reported by Johns Hopkins University’s Coronavirus Resource Center, is much higher than any other country in the world.
  • Which States Are Reopening? A State-By-State Guide

    State leaders implemented sweeping measures to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Many are now deciding when and how to lift various restrictions.
  • The United States of Voronoi

    From Jason Davies, this is a US map where the state borders have been redrawn so that all points closest to a state capital than to any other form a state a la Voronoi diagrams. See also Voronoi maps of world airports and world capitals. It’s interesting that many of the states’ new shapes are similar to their current ones, suggesting that the placement of the capitals relative to borders was somewhat naturally Voronoi-esque, like how people naturally space themselves in elevators or parks. ...
  • The United States is a country to be pitied

    Thanks to Trump, we have no coherent national plan to survive the pandemic.

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  • The United States and the World Trade Organization

    The most urgent problem today is the international fight against the pandemic, Covid-19 and the search for a vaccine to overcome the deadly virus, and for funds to develop its manufacture. �The issue has become controversial because of the delay

  • Where coronavirus cases are rising in the United States

    Nearly all 50 U.S. states have begun to allow some businesses to reopen and residents to move more freely, but only 14 states have met the federal government's guidelines for lifting measures aimed at fighting the pandemic, according to a Reuters analysis.