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December 2020 Current Events: US News | Infoplease
Posted: (1 days ago) The U.S. is a very busy place, and it's hard to stay on top of everything. Infoplease has got you covered. Here are the U.S. news events you need to know so far for December 2020:
Kids Games and Quizzes: Play Free Online Games
Posted: (1 days ago) Play free, fun arcade-style math, word and puzzle games, including the Same Game, hangman, tic tac toe, math flashcards, falling blocks, quizzes and more.
September 2020 Current Events: US News | Infoplease
Posted: (2 days ago) Protests Continue Across Cities. On September 1, protests started again in LA after police fatally shot a Black man. The man, who was pulled over for breaking a vehicle code, allegedly punched a deputy in the face and tried to run, dropping a gun in the process.
August 2020 Current Events: World News | Infoplease
Posted: (2 days ago) Giant Explosion in Beirut. On August 4, a giant explosion in Beirut, Lebanon killed 135 people and injured another 5000. Many people are still missing after the explosion, and over 300,000 people have been displaced from their homes.
Perpetual Calendar | Infoplease
Posted: (1 days ago) Pagination ‹‹ Previous Next ››; Note: The first year recorded by this calendar is 1583, the first full year of the Gregorian calendar. 1753 was the first full year in which the U.S. (then a British colony) began using the Gregorian calendar.
February 2020 Current Events: World News | Infoplease
Posted: (1 days ago) Coronavirus Updates. On February 25, Hong Kong announced it will hand $1,200 in cash to all permanent adult residents. The cash is an attempt to boost spending, as the Coronavirus has created a financial strain on the area.
July 2020 Current Events: World News | Infoplease
Posted: (2 days ago) Coronavirus Updates. On July 2, after sixteen days in the hospital for coronavirus, Honduras President Juan Orlando Hernadez was released. Many hospitals in Honduras are collapsing due to the overwhelming number of COVID cases.