Some Starbucks drinkers aren’t thrilled that the brand is reneging on requiring their U.S. employees to get vaccinated against COVID-19. The franchised coffee corporation reversing their vaccination policy for employees was in response to the U.S. Supreme Court’s rejective ruling last week, according to ABC 7.
Ever wondered what happened to Clay Aiken from season two of the reality singing competition American Idol? Well, if you ever have at one point then you’ll probably be shocked to learn that he is now involved in politics.
Buckle up everybody because it looks like this year might be a bumpy ride, just like 2020-2021. Just when you thought the second decade of the new millennium couldn’t get any wilder, BAM here comes the “flurona.”
Congratulations! If you are reading this then that means you survived another year, making it through a second year of COVID-19 alongside it’s variants, a tumultuous job market and another year of uncertainty. An abundance of people have had their lives reformed and remodeled during 2021, some for better while others for worse.
Anti-vaxxers are back causing a ruckus in New York, but instead of causing discord at the Cheesecake Factory, they ignited dismay at a Burger King in Brooklyn on Monday night. Attempting to fight New York’s vaccine mandate, protesters stormed the Burger King mask-less.
Warnings that a series of school shootings will occur Friday (December 17), in addition to acts of violence because of the inaction of the challenge, has gotten many Americans fearful. Despite there not being any credible evidence that the challenge will be happening, authorities across the country are on high alert anyway—at the recommendation of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.