- PoliticsThe Week
And he's off -- to the crooning of Frank Sinatra and the escaped laughter of CNN anchors.President Trump departed with his family from Joint Base Andrews in Maryland on Wednesday, four years to the day after he took his oath of office. He got out of Dodge a few hours before President-elect Joe Biden's swearing-in ceremony and is headed to Florida to begin his post-White House life.As Trump's plane took off, Frank Sinatra's "My Way" blared, which was certainly on the nose. The whole scene amused CNN's coverage crew, who couldn't hold back a few chuckles. It's been a long four years, after all. > Just an incredible segue. pic.twitter.com/EJgQQv3qzi> > -- Timothy Burke (@bubbaprog) January 20, 2021More stories from theweek.com Cheap, 'generic' drug reduces COVID-19 death risk by 75 percent, trials suggest Trump reportedly extended 24-hour Secret Service protection to his 4 adult children Bernie Sanders steals the inauguration with his grumpy chic outfit
- WorldThe Telegraph
Coronavirus latest news: Middle-class children 'spend more time learning' in lockdown than poorer peers
Travellers may have to pay for two weeks in hotel quarantine Lockdown: Is there a case for an early release from restrictions? Oxford scientists preparing new jab to combat emerging strains Surge of attacks on supermarket staff Subscribe to The Telegraph for a month-long free trial Children from middle-class families are spending more time each day learning during this lockdown compared with their poorer peers, a survey suggests. Schools are better prepared in delivering remote learning this time round, the report by the Sutton Trust suggests, with 23 per cent of primary school pupils doing more than five hours of learning a day, up from 11 per cent in late March. But socio-economic gaps still remain as 35 per cent of the poorest households report that their children still do not have access to sufficient devices for online learning, compared to 11 per cent of high income households. Two in five children in middle-class families are spending more than five hours a day on schoolwork, compared to 26 per cent of those in working-class households. Follow the latest updates below.
- PoliticsThe Root
Republican Chairwoman of Election Board in Gwinnett County, Ga., Calls for Election Laws to Be Changed So Her Party Can Win
Republicans are still peeved at the powerful showing of historically marginalized voters—Black people, specifically—who gave Democrats the win in the White House and the Senate. This was evidenced recently by the violent Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, aka a tantrum thrown by white people mad that they don’t have a monopoly on choosing who runs this country.
President Biden is proposing a $15,000 tax credit for first-time homebuyers, to help offset the costs of homebuying and help millions of families "lay down roots for the first time," according to the...
- CelebrityScary Mommy
Claudia Conway shared audio clips of Kellyanne threatening her life and screaming at her Claudia Conway, daughter of former right-hand-woman of Trump, Kellyanne Conway, has shared another series of TikTok videos that don’t paint her mom in the best light. In the videos, a voice that sounds exactly like Kellyanne’s can be heard shrieking abusive