COVID-19 continues to rapidly spread in many countries, including the United States, with cases worldwide now topping 491,000. Since last weekend, the U.S. has had the third-highest total confirmed cases in the world.
As the first of the month approaches, renters across California whose jobs and livelihoods have been curtailed or completely shut down due to COVID-19 are struggling to figure out how to pay their rent, and likewise many landlords across the state are wondering how they’ll pay the mortgage on their building.
President Trump's use of the term "Chinese virus" to describe the coronavirus pandemic last week raised eyebrows across the country, especially in places like Los Angeles and San Francisco which are home to large Chinese-American and Asian-American populations.
It's Opening Day for Major League Baseball, and yet no batting practice is being taken, no hot dogs are on the grill, and no choruses of "Take Me Out To The Ballgame" are being sung during 7th inning stretches.