First US case of new COVID-19 variant confirmed in Colorado


Colorado Governor Jared Polis confirmed Tuesday that a man in his 20s with no travel history has tested positive for the new COVID-19 strain B.1.1.7, which was first identified in the UK. The affected individual is in isolation for recovery while officials conduct contact tracing.


WHO officials urge preparations for another possible pandemic

In the final World Health Organization (WHO) COVID-19 press conference of the year, on Monday, senior officials warned that the virus is “not necessarily the big one”, and that there is a real chance of another, more serious pandemic spreading across the world.

US federal government, 48 states file antitrust lawsuits against Facebook


On Wednesday, the Federal Trade Commission and 48 state attorneys general launched twin lawsuits against Facebook for alleged antitrust violations. New York Attorney General Letitia James, who leads the coalition of states suing Facebook, released a statement: “Facebook has used its monopoly power to crush smaller rivals and snuff out competition, all at the expense of everyday users.”

Obama, Bush and Clinton say they will take COVID-19 vaccine publicly


Former US presidents Barack Obama, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton have volunteered to get their COVID-19 vaccines on camera once it’s been deemed safe by the Food and Drug Administration in an effort to gain trust from Americans who are hesitant about the vaccine’s safety. “I promise you that when it’s been made for people who are less at risk, I will be taking it,” Obama said. “I may end up taking it on TV or having it filmed, just so that people know that I trust this science.” The United Kingdom announced a major step in its race

Remembering Eddie Guerrero


When I was 12-years old, I started watching WWE Smackdown every Thursday night. The World Wrestling Entertainment (then Federation) and WCW (World Championship Wrestling) were the big two companies of professional wrestling.