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Justin Boggs


Cincinnati, OH, United States

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Recent articles by J. Justin:

Storms and wildfires leave Red Cross with blood shortage

More than 100 blood drives have been canceled due to natural disasters. → Read More

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died

Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a longtime member of the United States Supreme Court, has died at the age of 87, the court confirmed in a statement. → Read More

Man creates perfect solution to trick or treating amid the pandemic

A man has installed a 6-foot chute to drop candy into the basket of children. → Read More

CDC pilots program to address chronic diseases in at-risk communities

Some groups—including racial and ethnic minorities, those living in poverty, and people in certain parts of the country—are disproportionately impacted by the burden of chronic conditions, the CDC said. → Read More

August storms caused $20 billion in economic losses throughout the US

A derecho, wildfires, and two hurricanes combined to cause massive economic losses throughout the US. → Read More

Musician T.I. fined in securities investigation

T.I. is not criminally charged, but does face a civil penalty. → Read More

GameStop to close up to 450 locations by end of 2020

Already in the last year, GameStop has closed 388 locations, shrinking its current retail footprint to 5,192 locations. → Read More

Portland mayor bans use of tear gas on demonstrators

The police objected to the ban, saying it's not practical to simply go into a crowd and arrest those committing crimes. → Read More

Microsoft reports China, Iran and Russia attempted to cyberattack presidential campaigns

The intel community has said that Iran and China are seeking a favorable outcome for Biden, while Russia is working toward a Trump re-election victory. → Read More

United Kingdom banning gatherings of more than 6 amid pandemic

The United Kingdom will not allow more than six people to gather at the same time, even in private residences. → Read More

Trump ready to write check to campaign as funds dwindle

The Trump campaign along with the RNC has raised nearly $1.1 billion this election cycle. → Read More

COVID-19 vaccine makers sign pledge not to rush vaccine

There has been pressure on both the FDA and manufactures to develop and approve a vaccine for the coronavirus. There have been more than 190,000 coronavirus-related deaths in the US since March, and the economic impact of the virus has cost millions of jobs. → Read More

Surgeon General says coronavirus vaccine by Nov. 1 unlikely

Last week, the federal government asked states to be prepared to begin assisting in distribution of COVID-19 vaccines to the public this fall. → Read More

President Trump to award the Medal of Freedom to Lou Holtz

Holtz coached Notre Dame for over a decade. → Read More

President Trump to hold news conference following 'The Atlantic' report

Sources told the Atlantic that Trump called fallen servicemembers “losers” and “suckers.” → Read More

New coronavirus test revives hope of Pac-12 and Big Ten playing football

The Pac-12 has suddenly become optimistic that athletics could be played soon amid the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Taco Bell axes its Mexican Pizza and shredded chicken off the menu

Taco Bell said the changes to the menu is helping it in “creating a faster and more seamless restaurant experience.” → Read More

Most Americans did not take a summer vacation in 2020, survey found

For some Americans, nearly 20%, the summer was considered not too different than other summers. → Read More

Projection: Federal debt to exceed size of economy in 2021

The CBO says that while 2020 saw a slight decline in revenue, the year saw a massive increase in government spending amid the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

The Rock says he and his family have recovered from COVID-19

The Rock said that the virus was one of the "most challenging and difficult things we have ever had to endure as a family." → Read More