US intelligence agencies started warning the Trump administration in January about the coronavirus outbreak. We need a new agenda for this new world. The COVID-19 crisis poses an extraordinary challenge
Trump's path to extending coronavirus guidelines was led by health experts and the scenes at one New York hospital
(CNN) — There were the dire predictions from his health team. There were the late-night pleas from his staunchest allies. There was the line ticking upward, never seeming to curve, let alone flatten. as
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump, who excoriated General Motors Co (GM.N) on Friday and invoked emergency powers to compel the production of badly needed ventilators to tackle the coronavirus
200,000 Americans could die even if the U.S. takes aggressive action, Fauci says. Two of the top doctors advising President Trump on the coronavirus pandemic warned on Sunday that as many as 200,000 Americans
Now that the U.S. government has approved a $2 trillion stimulus package, aimed at helping the U.S. weather the economic challenges posed by the coronavirus, business owners everywhere need to start figuring
Have you tried Apple’s AirPods Pro? If so, you’ll know that they’re sensational, offering really tremendous sound quality in every situation but especially in those places where background noise is overbearing.
Walton Mayor Gabe Brown lays out what's on the line right now. A Kentucky mayor is going viral for an exasperated Facebook post in which he didn’t mince words about people who aren’t following restrictions
My roommates and I built a coronavirus plan. We didn't expect to need to put it in action so quickly
(CNN) — Just over two weeks ago, I was visiting New York City, and the world felt poised on a precipice. As cases ratcheted up in the city and I girded against potential coronavirus infection, I decided
(CNN) — Even President Donald Trump, a serial spinner of his own political realities, accepted science's dire truth in ditching an Easter target to open up the US economy with the coronavirus pandemic
Trump administration’s coronavirus response is ‘abysmal,’ ‘infuriating,’ Washington region’s leaders say
By early March, the county had produced and posted videos instructing residents how to respond. On March 10, Trump said, “We’re doing a great job with [the virus]. . . . Just stay calm. It will go away.”
Falwell partially reopened the school, and now the New York Times is reporting that nearly a dozen students have symptoms. Jerry Falwell Jr. partially reopened his Liberty University ― an evangelical school
Saudi Arabia appears to be exploiting weaknesses in the global mobile telecoms network to track its citizens as they travel around the US, according to a whistleblower who has shown the Guardian millions
(CNN) — The Justice Department has started to probe a series of stock transactions made by lawmakers ahead of the sharp market downturn stemming from the spread of coronavirus, according to two people
It was an abrupt reversal for the president, who last week tweeted that “WE CANNOT LET THE CURE BE WORSE THAN THE PROBLEM ITSELF,” amid a volatile stock market and record applications for unemployment
Boris Johnson's government is reportedly furious with China and believes it could have 40 times more coronavirus cases than
Boris Johnson's government is reportedly furious with China's handling of the coronavirus, with UK officials quoted on Sunday warning that Beijing faces a "reckoning" once the COVID-19 crisis is over.
One of the most mind-boggling aspects of the coronavirus crisis in America is the fact that one of the wealthiest countries in the world doesn’t have the basic medical supplies necessary to deal with situation.
The president hints at cutting back on protective measures: "WE CANNOT LET THE CURE BE WORSE THAN THE PROBLEM ITSELF." Fox News host Steve Hilton blasted “our ruling class and their TV mouthpieces whipping
There are actually two moral offenses here. The first is concealing from the public the magnitude of the crisis. Privately sharing with political insiders the extent of the impending pandemic — as is against
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Why would the president, in the midst of an enormous public-health crisis, want to reignite the story of the Russian-collusion investigation that dominated his first two years in office? “So now it is