Almost six months into the COVID-19 pandemic, top news has started to include more than case counts and virus updates.
The Democratic National Convention was held virtually this week. Pundits and viewers debated the benefits and drawbacks of the virtual platform.
Joe Biden officially accepted the presidential nomination, and Kamala Harris accepted the vice presidential nomination.
The U.S. Postal Service has become a big topic in recent weeks.
The pandemic has exacerbated a preexisting financial crisis, resulting in proposed cost-cutting measures that could disrupt the election by delaying deliveries.
With many states considering or relying on mail-in ballots for this unique election year, the news doesn’t bode well.
Officials recommend that those voting by mail request their ballots now and send them in at least a week early in November.
Of course through it all, the pandemic still rages on, and many are starting to tire of new normal and lifestyle changes.