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People wearing masks to help protect against the spread of coronavirus, walk in Ankara, Turkey, Friday, Nov. 27, 2020. The official daily COVID-19 deaths have steadily risen to record numbers in a reversal of fortune for the country that had been praised for managing to keep fatalities low. (AP Photo/Burhan Ozbilici)
People wearing masks to help protect against the spread of coronavirus, walk in Ankara, Turkey, Friday, Nov. 27, 2020. The official daily COVID-19 deaths have steadily risen to record numbers in a reversal of fortune for the country that had been praised for managing to keep fatalities low. (AP Photo/Burhan Ozbilici)

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Five international stories of the week

Moderna announced it will apply for emergency use of its COVID-19 vaccine, Turkey resumed reporting all of its positive COVID-19 cases, Britain’s foreign minister said Brexit trade talks are in their last week, Russia is under new pressure to explain Alexei Navalny's August 2020 poisoning and the UK asks its medicines regulator to investigate the AstraZeneca-Oxford coronavirus vaccine.


news 11/24/2020, 10:00am

Five national stories on the week

The FDA is allowing emergency use of the Regeneron antibody treatment, the transition of power to a Biden presidency has formally begun, states and localities are imposing new restrictions before Thanksgiving, the Wisconsin vote recount sees few changes and General Motors has withdrawn from fighting California’s right to set its own clean-air standards make up this week's five national stories.


news 11/23/2020, 10:00am

Five international stories of the week

G-20 leaders agree to prioritize COVID-19 vaccine development, the UK will go back to a three-tiered restrictions system Dec. 2, APEC leaders agree on free trade, a proposed Singapore-Hong Kong travel bubble is delayed and a proposed French bill restricting the publishing of police images sparked protests make up this week's five international stories.


news 11/18/2020, 3:15pm

2020 looking back

2020 has been a memorable year on and off campus. Here's a recap of this year's significant events.


news 11/17/2020, 10:00am

Five national stories of the week

Michigan imposes sweeping restrictions to combat COVID-19, Georgia election workers began a presidential hand tally Friday, a Moderna COVID-19 vaccine is successful in trials, the SpaceX capsule reaches the International Space Station and US governors impose new coronavirus restrictions ahead of Thanksgiving make up this week's five national stories.


news 11/16/2020, 10:00am

Five international stories of the week

Peru's Congress continues its negotiations on a new president, Hurricane Iota prompts evacuation orders in Central America, Mexico passes 1 million confirmed COVID-19 cases, a 2020 Brexit trade deal is unlikely and Austria shuts down schools and non-essential stores make up this week's five international stories.


news 11/12/2020, 12:00pm

David Owsley Museum of Art updates its collection website

With the coronavirus pandemic, many organizations around campus had to make some operational changes, including the David Owsley Museum of Art (DOMA), which updated its website — making it more user-friendly by sharing its collection online with students, researchers and others interested in the artwork.


news 11/11/2020, 7:00pm

SGA parliamentarian amendment fails

On Nov. 11, Ball State Student Government Association (SGA) voted against the amendment about increasing the parliamentarian’s duties, presented at the Nov. 4 meeting.


news 11/10/2020, 10:00am

Five national stories of the week

Joe Biden forms a coronavirus advisory board, President Donald Trump's campaign sues over Pennsylvania's election results, Pfizer Inc. announced its COVID-19 vaccine may be 90% effective, tropical storm Eta floods South Florida and Republican officials aim to get rid of the Affordable Care Act make up this week's five national stories.


news 11/9/2020, 10:00am

Five international stories of the week

Residents of an Indian village celebrate Kamala Harris' election win, Italy enforces lockdowns in four regions, U.K. prime minister Boris Johnson aims to build a relationship with Joe Biden, Guatemala copes with the aftermath of tropical storm Eta and Portugal and Hungary enforce curfews to combat the coronavirus' resurgence.


News 11/7/2020, 11:16am

Harris becomes first Black woman, South Asian elected VP

Kamala Harris made history Saturday as the first Black woman elected as vice president of the United States, shattering barriers that have kept men — almost all of them white — entrenched at the highest levels of American politics for more than two centuries.