Clark Mindock, International Business Times

Clark Mindock

International Business Times

Flagstaff, AZ, United States

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Past articles by Clark:

Ohio Residents Ask Judge To Block Railroad From Destroying Crash Evidence

Ohio residents suing Norfolk Southern Corp over a train derailment that spilled toxic chemicals urged a U.S. → Read More

Cinco de Mayo: What is the celebration and why is it significant?

Everything you need to know about the day celebrating Mexican culture → Read More

Cinco de Mayo: What is the celebration and why is it significant?

Everything you need to know about the day celebrating Mexican culture → Read More

Indigenous People’s Day: Why many Americans celebrate it instead of Columbus Day

The holiday was created in reaction to the atrocities carried out by Columbus and European settlers against Native American people in the Americas → Read More

Cinco de Mayo: What is the celebration and why is it significant?

Everything you need to know about the day celebrating Mexican culture → Read More

What is the electoral college and how does it work? A simple guide

Pros and cons of America’s electoral college system → Read More

Electoral college explained: How do US presidential elections work and what are the pros and cons?

How do American elections work and what are the pros and cons of the system → Read More

Trump's sexual assault allegations: The full list of women who have accused the President

The president has been accused by dozens of women of sexual misconduct. Mr Trump has denied those allegations → Read More

Cinco de Mayo: What is the celebration and why is it significant?

Cinco de Mayo is a cultural phenomenon in the United States. It’s a time to celebrate Mexican culture and, for some, an opportunity to drink a lot of margaritas and cerveza. But it is also a frequently misunderstood holiday. Here is what Cinco de Mayo is all about. What is Cinco de Mayo? People often mistake Cinco de Mayo for a celebration of Mexican independence. But they’re → Read More

'This is something that’s not explainable': How America's chaotic prisons are becoming breeding grounds for coronavirus

For weeks last month, as the novel coronavirus was making worrisome headlines from mostly China and other Asian countries, the disease was silently spreading at the Kirkland Life Care Centre, in Washington State. → Read More

AOC blasts 'shameful' $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus bill for bailing out corporations

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has shamed Republicans in Congress for fighting for proponents of the $2trn coronavirus response bill that she characterised as nothing more than a corporate giveaway that would exacerbate American income and wealth inequality going forward. → Read More

Coronavirus: Trump demands GM start making ventilators – despite cancelling earlier deal

Donald Trump has demanded Ford and General Motors pivot to making ventilators that could save lives amid the coronavirus outbreak in the United States, in a tweet urging the Chevrolet maker to re-open an Ohio assembly plant the company no longer owns. → Read More

Coronavirus death toll could reach up to 1.7 million in US, according to worst case scenarios

Worst-case scenario predictions for the coronavirus pandemic say that between 160 and 214 million people could become infected in the United States, in an epidemic that could last months or even over a year. The scenarios were projected based on US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention data, which was analysed by teams to see how the virus might impact the United States → Read More

'Incompetent and incoherent': Fox News guest slams Trump official for dodging coronavirus questions

A doctor and former Trump administration official on Fox News has slammed a White House coronavirus task force official for refusing to answer whether the US health system will have enough ventilators to respond to the growing threat of the epidemic in coming weeks and months as the virus spreads. The doctor, Michael Osterholm, had just watched a clip with the cable network’s → Read More

Coronavirus: Trump encourages Americans not to travel domestically unless they have to

Donald Trump is encouraging Americans not to travel domestically, as the coronavirus continues to spread throughout the United States. "Well if you don’t have to travel I wouldn’t do it. If you don’t have to travel," Mr Trump said, when asked about a Pentagon directive to military families urging them not to travel domestically if possible. "We want this thing to end. We don’t → Read More

Coronavirus: First person dies after testing positive for virus in New York City

An 82-year-old woman in New York City has become the first coronavirus-related death in New York State, according to governor Andrew Cuomo. The woman, who died in Manhattan and who has not been identified, had emphysema, which the governor said contributed to her death. “If you are 82 years old and you have emphysema and you get the flu, you are in a serious position,” he said → Read More

'Why is he shaking all their hands?': Trump breaks coronavirus rules as he parades CEOs for 'infomercial' press conference

Shortly after a speech announcing a series of measures undertaken by the US government to combat the coronavirus pandemic, Donald Trump took the unusual step of shaking the hands of several American CEOs as he invited them to talk about how their corporations are pitching in to combat the crisis that has sent markets spiralling and workers into self-isolation. → Read More

'Testing, testing, testing': Pelosi introduces 'evidence based' coronavirus response just before Trump speech

House speaker Nancy Pelosi has announced what she has called an "evidence-based" plan to combat the coronavirus pandemic, which has sparked global market panic as cases have skyrocketed across five continents. During a speech roughly an hour before Donald Trump was set to deliver an emergency speech on his administration's response, Ms Pelosi announced that the House of → Read More

Coronavirus: Brazil president Jair Bolsonaro tests positive after meeting with Trump, reports say

Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro has tested positive for coronavirus, according to multiple reports. The diagnosis follows days after Mr Bolsonaro visited the United States, where he met with US president Donald Trump at the American's Mar-a-Lago resort. It also follows just after Mr Bolsonaro's press secretary, who was also on the trip and pictured alongside Mr Trump, also → Read More

Coronavirus: US shutdowns and working from home could last '8 weeks or more', top health official warns

A top US health official says Americans should prepare for nearly two months or more of shutdowns and working from home as the deadly coronavirus spreads throughout the country. “It’s certainly going to get worse before it gets better,” Dr Anthony Fauci, an official with the National Institutes of Health, said during an interview on Good Morning America. → Read More