Justin Boggs, WCPO

Justin Boggs

WCPO

Cincinnati, OH, United States

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Past articles by J. Justin:

Mars helicopter set to take flight on Sunday

A livestream will be available on NASA’s YouTube and Facebook channels. → Read More

IRS: Many federal beneficiaries receive stimulus checks this week

156 million Americans have now received a federal stimulus check of up to $1,400. → Read More

Nearly entire NHL roster tests positive for COVID-19

The Athletic reported that a number of those who tested positive have experienced rough symptoms, and for several players, this was their second COVID-19 infection. → Read More

Masters Tournament to begin without Tiger Woods

Rory McIlroy said he visited Woods recently and that he is in "decent spirits." → Read More

UK variant now the dominant strain in the US, CDC head says

The strain was responsible for a massive increase in coronavirus cases in the UK at the start of 2021, leading the country to go back into a lockdown. → Read More

Carnival threatens to leave US cruise ports due to CDC protocols

The cruise industry said that the CDC is not being fair to the industry compared to other tourism industries. → Read More

Biden on infrastructure: Inaction is not an option

The corporate tax rate would increase from 21% to 28% under Biden's plan. → Read More

Biden to target 'ghost guns' with executive actions to combat gun violence

The Biden administration said it is still encouraging Congress to act on limiting high-capacity magazines and closing additional background check loopholes. → Read More

Biden, experts say it’s too early to abandon social distancing

With a number of states loosening pandemic protocols, there are concerns that the virus is outpacing vaccinations. → Read More

80% of teachers, childcare workers get COVID vaccine

Teachers and childcare workers were prioritized for coronavirus vaccines in hopes of returning schools to in-person learning. → Read More

Biden offers tepid support for companies protesting new Georgia election law

Biden narrowly won the state in 2020, which has traditionally been a GOP stronghold. Biden relied heavily on mail-in ballots en route to victory in Georgia. → Read More

Baylor claws perfect season away from Gonzaga en route to national title

The Zags’ quest for perfection came one game short, finishing the season 31-1. The 1976 Indiana Hoosiers remain the most recent unbeaten national champion in men’s basketball. → Read More

Federal data indicates suicides dropped in 2020

While the data may come as a surprise, a November 2020 study published in the British Medical Journal indicated no discernible increase in suicides globally due to the pandemic. → Read More

Home sales set new records… again

The demand has simply priced out a number of consumers. → Read More

Airlines starting to lift travel vouchers

While airlines were relatively flexible during the pandemic with rebooking flights without cancellation fees, the industry is starting to revert to its old ways. → Read More

Cruises move closer to setting sail after new CDC guidance

The CDC said that coronavirus vaccination efforts will be “critical” to resuming normal operations. → Read More

100 million Americans now partially vaccinated from COVID-19

With 82% of the US population not fully vaccinated, President Joe Biden is continuing to urge Americans to be cautious. → Read More

4 million additional stimulus checks sent out this week

While a handful of Americans received stimulus checks this week, a larger group can expect deposits by April 7. → Read More

Feds warn lenders aren’t prepared for an onslaught of foreclosures

The CFPB said mortgage servicers will need “ramped-up capacity to reach out and respond to the large number of homeowners likely to need loss mitigation assistance.” → Read More

Pandemic aid from colleges not taxable, IRS rules

Students eligible for pandemic aid will not need to pay taxes on grants, the IRS announced. → Read More