With COVID-19 still raging, it’s unlikely trade negotiators from the United States and the United Kingdom will finalize a bilateral agreement before year’s end.
As a member of the United States Army, I am proud to serve in an organization that is not only known for its competence and feared for its lethality, but one that is largely admired for its culture of diversity, equity and inclusion. Our Army is in this position because it hasn’t been afraid…
This year certainly has been a challenging one to say the least. We have lost loved ones and friends, we have foregone moments to celebrate special occasions, we have sacrificed opportunities to gather and socialize and we have missed the chance to go on vacations or travel.
The pandemic impacted substance use treatment centers across the country and many of them had to close their doors. Unfortunately, the impact on those who needed help was devastating. Millions of Americans already were struggling with alcohol or drug addiction, while millions more were in recovery.
On Sept. 5, we will hold the 146th consecutive running of the Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs. While this will be the first time since the waning days of World War II in 1945 that the race has not been run on the first Saturday in May, it was not a hard decision to postpone the event.
The recent reality that came with the two crises of 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic and the fight against social injustice, have been both startling and heart-breaking.
As we continue to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, the road to Kentucky’s economic recovery will no doubt be longer than we would prefer, but the length of the journey ultimately will be decided by how we address three key issues: unemployment insurance, legal liability and the education and car…