Leftist professor suspended after wishing Trump supporters would catch COVID-19 and die

(Natural News) A professor from Marshall University in West Virginia was suspended after admitting she hoped that supporters of President Donald Trump would catch the coronavirus and die before the Nov. 3 presidential elections. The university placed assistant professor Jennifer Mosher on administrative leave and announced an investigation on the matter. The move came after footage…

Education Department investigates Princeton, threatens to end federal funding if proof of discrimination found

(Natural News) The Department of Education has commenced an investigation of Princeton University in New Jersey after its president Christopher Eisgruber published an open letter on Sept. 2, acknowledging the presence of “systemic racism” in the institution. The department opened the investigation on the grounds that the university violated anti-discrimination laws it was supposed to follow so…

Documents reveal meatpacking industry, USDA colluded to downplay coronavirus risks to workers

(Natural News) Documents published Sept. 14 revealed that the Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the meatpacking industry worked together to brush off coronavirus risks on workers. Non-government groups Public Citizen and American Oversight managed to obtain these through Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests. The documents obtained by both groups revealed that a leading lobby…

Idaho police nab worshippers at outdoor worship event for violating mask-wearing mandate

(Natural News) Law enforcement officers in Moscow, Idaho arrested three people on Sept. 23 for violating the city’s public health guidelines – including social distancing and mask-wearing – during an outdoor worship event. Members of the Moscow City Police Department took Gabriel Rench, Rachel Bohnet and Sean Bohnet into custody after they refused to show identification….

COVID-19 mortality rates down as treatments improve, doctors gain experience

(Natural News) Coronavirus infections continue to kill almost 1,000 Americans daily. Still, those with dangerous cases have a higher chance of survival — thanks to great strides in medical care and the growing experience of doctors. Mayo Clinic COVID Research Task Force head Andrew Badley said in an interview that the healthcare sector’s preparedness is “much…