Washington, DC - "We built the most advanced and robust testing anywhere in the world, and we’ve done more testing than any country anywhere in the world." ~ President Donald J. Trump

Washington, DC - Monday, President Donald J. Trump announced his intent to nominate the following individuals to key positions in his Administration:

San Diego, California - Kids and parents craving a dose of wildlife, learning-packed activities and a virtual visit to the zoo are in luck! Building on its educational resources for elementary school students, San Diego Zoo Global is rolling out 16 weeks of free online video programming suited for kids ages 7 to 11.

Dallas, Texas - Data on race, under-resourced communities and COVID-19 is limited, but disproportionately high rates of sickness - and death - seem to be emerging, particularly among African Americans, U.S. Hispanics, Native People and those in rural areas. To accelerate breakthroughs and understanding of these connections, the American Heart Association, the largest voluntary health organization dedicated to building longer, healthier lives, Hitachi Vantara, the digital infrastructure and solutions subsidiary of Hitachi, Ltd. (TSE: 6501), and BurstIQ, the leading provider of blockchain-based secure data solutions for the healthcare industry, have launched a data challenge to expand the resources available to researchers.

Washington, DC - As President Trump has said, the United States is working with our friends and partners around the world to coordinate our efforts on stopping the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. The United States values our cooperation with allies and partners in combatting the pandemic and in planning for our collective recovery.  In addition to the leadership of the President and Secretary of State with their G7, G20, NATO and other counterparts, Deputy Secretary of State Stephen E. Biegun has led weekly deputy minister-level coordination calls with Transatlantic Allies and partners since March 19, including the European Commission.

Imperial, California - Self-isolation during the COVID crisis can have the side effect of making you lazy when working from home. For example, says the Association of Mature American Citizens, you realize you don’t have to get dressed to go to work when you are working from home. But, be careful; embarrassing mistakes can happen.