For refugees and asylum-seekers, trying to keep track of a loved one in the system can be even more challenging. Often, they are separated with no way to contact another detainee for months at a time. For many, it is a price they are willing to pay for the hope of someday getting to be together. However, this hope seems further and further away as the Covid-19 pandemic rages both outside and inside detention facilities, making many couples wonder what will happen if one of them gets sick and is deported -- or dies -- before they have a chance to say goodbye. … [Read more...] about If Americans believe in freedom from lockdown, they should start here
Isolation, whether in terms of remote locations or island placement, seems to have played a significant part in many of these searches. Will the study’s predictions be borne out when travel returns to (relative) normalcy? It’ll be an interesting subject to track in the coming months. … [Read more...] about What Destinations Will Americans Be Visiting After the Pandemic?
The administration of President Daniel Ortega has reported few deaths, but growing public clamor about infections and “express burials” have made the government’s assertions hard to believe. Unlike its neighbors, the country has not taken social distancing measures and has continued to promote mass gatherings. Schools have remained open and only recently was the baseball season temporarily suspended until June 5. … [Read more...] about Health organization urges Nicaragua to take action
“Airlines globally have been devastated by the COVID-19 pandemic, for which no business plan could have adequately prepared. We remain firmly committed to our partnership with LATAM and believe that it will successfully emerge a stronger airline and Delta partner for the long term," Bastian said. … [Read more...] about Latam Airlines, South America’s largest carrier, seeks bankruptcy protection amid coronavirus pandemic
"When the court will take another gun case, what it will be, and what the court will decide is all guesswork," said Jonathan Lowy, chief counsel and vice president of pro-gun safety organization Brady: United Against Gun Violence. "They could grant cert in these cases as soon this week, or soon after, and we will be ready to ensure that Americans' right to life is not infringed upon by the gun industry." … [Read more...] about 10 cases that could change how the Supreme Court looks at the Second Amendment