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COVID-19 Vaccine Updates

COVID-19 Vaccine Updates

Lisbeth Arrieta, CavsTV Staff March 21, 2021

With President Biden saying all Americans will be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine by May 1st, the end of the pandemic seems near. Eligibility to receive the vaccine has been expanding in some...

$1.9T Coronavirus Relief Bill Passes in the House

$1.9T Coronavirus Relief Bill Passes in the House

Sam Sommer, CavsTV Staff March 7, 2021

A bill aiming for Coronavirus relief passed in the House of Representatives on the 28th of February. This bill, now heading to the Senate, aims to give many Americans more stimulus checks, prolong the...

Due to eviction moratorium ending on Dec. 31, concerns arise about the tenants that are losing their homes and the effect it could have on the virus.

Eviction Crisis: The End of the Moratorium

Leidi-Di Salcedo-Urena, Staff Writer December 21, 2020

COVID-19 has left many families in a state of financial unrest. With millions of Americans unemployed, a new record since the Great Depression, and with Congress still divided on stimulus checks, many...

LGBTQ+ candidates make history by being elected to the government in 2020.

2020 Elections: LGBTQ+ Elected to Congress Make History

Daphne Renoux, Staff Writer November 16, 2020

Records have been set this year by members of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer/Questioning+ community who have been elected to United States government offices. Sarah McBride, Mondaire...

If confirmed, Amy Coney Barrett would shift the balance of the Supreme Courts ideology to the right, making the Court majority Conservative.

Amy Coney Barrett Begins Confirmation Hearings

Maria Odio, Staff Writer October 24, 2020

Over the past few days, Judge Amy Coney Barrett has attended multiple Supreme Court confirmation hearings held in response to her nomination. Confirmation hearings are held by the members of the Senate...

Pictured above is Brett Kavanaugh in his 2018 hearing that discussed allegations against him.

Political Parties Argue Over Kavanaugh Controversy

Annabella Rivera, Staff Writer September 23, 2019

Since 2018, Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh has been accused of three different cases of sexual misconduct. These allegations have not only caused conflict with the American people, but this has...

A couple mourns the fallen victims of the  El Paso shooting.

Will the El Paso Shooting Be the Last Straw?

Annabella Rivera, Staff Writer August 8, 2019

On Saturday, Aug. 3, just minutes after 10:30 A.M., a 21-year-old male walked into a Walmart in El Paso, Texas and began to open fire on civilians. With the number of fatalities recently being updated...

Ilhan Omar’s words about 9/11 sparked many arguments throughout the nation.

Trump’s Tweet Incites Violence against Ilhan Omar

Maia Berthier, Staff Writer April 16, 2019

On Mar. 23, Ilhan Omar gave a speech to the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) discouraging Islamophobia. Within this speech, she referred to the 9/11 terrorist attacks as an event where “some...

Vice is a comedic biopic from director Adam McKay.

Very Nice: Vice

Alexander Yagoda, Opinion Editor January 14, 2019

Release Date: Dec. 25, 2018 Director: Adam McKay Starring: Christian Bale (Dick Cheney), Sam Rockwell (George W. Bush), Steve Carell (Donald Rumsfeld), Amy Adams (Lynne Cheney) Our Rating: A When...

As the government shutdown stretches on, many of the departments are stopping operations or even temporarily closing.

How the Partial Government Shutdown is Affecting Low Wage Workers

Maia Berthier, Staff Writer January 10, 2019

After almost three weeks of a partial government shutdown, low-wage government workers have had to handle their lives without a steady income. The length of this shutdown has made it difficult for families...

Partial Government Shutdown Continues over Funding for Border Wall

Partial Government Shutdown Continues over Funding for Border Wall

Chase Bagnall-Koger , News Editor December 26, 2018

Federal employees across the nation can expect to work without pay or remain home after the end of winter vacation, as the government remains partially shut down. With no end in sight to the disagreement...

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