Back in March, Bandcamp announced that it was waiving its share of the revenue for a day, in order to support artists whose livelihood have ground to a screeching halt amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The March 20 event pulled in an impressive $4.3 million for art…

Back in March, Bandcamp announced that it was waiving its share of the revenue for a day, in order to support artists whose livelihood have ground to a screeching halt amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The March 20 event pulled in an impressive $4.3 million for artists, amounting to the biggest […]

As hundreds of demonstrators, some armed, amassed Thursday, Republican lawmakers declined to extend a state of emergency, instead voting to sue Gov. Gretchen Whitmer over her response to COVID-19.

Demonstrators take part in a rally organized Thursday by Michigan United for Liberty on the steps of the Michigan State Capitol in Lansing, demanding the reopening of businesses. Jeff Kowalsky/AFP via Getty Images Hundreds of protesters some of them armed with rifles massed outside Michigan’s Capitol building Thursday to denounce […]

Russia billed the U.S. nearly $660,000 for its medical aid flight last month that included thousands of pieces of equipment not typically used by hospitals, including chemical warfare-style gas masks and household cleaning gloves, according to a government record of the shipment. The cargo also included 45 ventilators that were […]

David Beckham was one of the most hated men in England after his red card against Argentina at the 1998 World Cup. Early in the second-half of the clash in Saint-Etienne, Beckham was given his marching orders for kicking out at former Argentina midfielder Diego Simeone. Beckham tripped Simeone up […]

Ricky Hatton believes a fight between Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury must happen soon, admitting it has been ‘years’ since two British fighters dominated the sport. Joshua holds the WBA (Super), IBF, WBO, and IBO titles, while Fury defeated Deontay Wilder in February to become the WBC champion. Hatton believes […]

Rather than judging others, accept that everyone’s needs are different right now

When Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, seen here on April 30, 2020, left Ottawas Rideau Cottage to be with his wife and three children in Quebecs Harrington Lake for Easter, the country collectively lost their minds. Sean Kilpatrick/The Canadian Press Brianna Bell is a Guelph-based freelance journalist. Like every other Canadian, […]

A lawsuit filed by student borrower groups accuses the department of continuing to ‘seize wages from distressed federal student loan borrowers’ during the coronavirus pandemic.

Prior to the coronavirus outbreak, Elizabeth Barber, 59, was barely squeaking by. While earning $12.89 per hour as a home health aide near Rochester, New York, she defaulted on her federal student loans last year and received a notice in December that the Department of Education would begin wage garnishment. […]