EU crackdown on UK visitors after January 1

EU crackdown on UK visitors after January 1

British holidaymakers may be banned from traveling to their preferred EU destinations from January 1 due to the Covid-19 restrictions. The move, which also affects business travel, will end the free travel agreement between the UK and countries within the EU’s border-free travel zone –…

The Trump administration extends the freeze on student loan payments through January

The Trump administration extends the freeze on student loan payments through January

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos has extended the break on federal student loan payments due to the coronavirus pandemic through the end of January. The freeze on monthly payments and the accumulation of interest on loans were due to expire at the end of December, but…

CDC: A Few Americans Caught COVID-19 in December and Early January

CDC: A Few Americans Caught COVID-19 in December and Early January

Headquarters of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, Georgia. (Tami Chappell / Reuters) When the pandemic truly ended daily life in the United States in March, many Americans described catching a bad cold or what they thought was the flu the previous…

Ajit Pai, Trump’s FCC chair who repealed net neutrality, is leaving on January 20

Ajit Pai, Trump’s FCC chair who repealed net neutrality, is leaving on January 20

Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Ajit Pai announced that he leave the agency January 20, when Joe Biden is sworn in as president. This gives Biden at least one commissioner post to fill in his first day in office and, if that choice is upheld,…

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