More people than in recorded history are applying for unemployment
As coronavirus impacts the economy, silver linings are possible
In the time of the global pandemic coronavirus, we are forced to simplify our lives
Two books have been cited recently as predictive of the coronavirus/covid-19 pandemic, including Sylvia Browne's "End of Days" and "Eyes of Darkness" by Dean Koontz
On Friday, March 13, 2020, Pres. Trump declares the Stafford Act for coronavirus as a national disaster
Seattle teen Avi Schiffmann creates a coronavirus tracking website that updates by the minute
On Sunday, March 15, 2020 the Georgia Department of Public Health posts updates of positive cases and other stats
By Robin Postell Friday, March 13, 2020 Every now and then a song jumps out at me. Enjoy! Music creates an atmosphere to almost every moment of my life.
Photos from around the world of the coronavirus effects on society
Coronavirus/COVID-19 is considered by many conservative Americans as a political myth, but it has hit the United States, and new cases are popping up in Georgia
As coronavirus wages war on a global level, reports from internationals in Degau, South Korea and Italy put things in perspective for non-responsive U.S.
Every Spring in the Moroccan Sahara hundreds of competitors from all over the world gather to compete in the Marathon des Sables, a 150-mile footrace through the desert
American ex-pat Michael Cavada, a professor living in Dageu, South Korea, offers tips to the U.S. on how to deal with coronavirus/covid-19