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Exclusive: Top health officials defend Trump against Bob Woodward's coronavirus claims
President Trump’s most senior health officials leaped to his defense against allegations that he mishandled the COVID-19 pandemic, insisting that he based his decisions on the best scientific advic...
Hundreds of protesters gather against new flu vaccine mandate in Massachusetts
Hundreds of people gathered Sunday to protest a new flu vaccine mandate for Massachusetts students, enacted as school districts prepare to reopen during the coronavirus pandemic.
Trump moved his convention speech to flout virus restrictions. He just canceled it over health risks
Citing health concerns over the coronavirus, President Donald Trump revealed Thursday that he had canceled the portion of the Republican National Convention scheduled to take place next month in Ja...
POLITICO Playbook: Reopen schools, but no GOP convention?
WAIT A SECOND: How can the WHITE HOUSE push schools across the country to open, vowing it’s safe to gather, while at the same time cancel the Republican convention in Jacksonville, Fla., saying it’...
WHO slams ‘unacceptable’ remarks by U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo
Top officials of the World Health Organization on Thursday slammed “unacceptable” comments made by U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, who alleged that China had co-opted the WHO.
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross hospitalized: reports
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross was hospitalized Friday night according to multiple reports.
Georgia Gov. Kemp urges people to wear masks despite suing Atlanta over mask mandate
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp urged residents Friday to wear a face mask when in public, two days after he blocked local officials from enforcing their own rules to further prevent the spread of Covid-19.
Georgia governor suspends all local mask mandates, encourages but doesn't require masks for residents
(CNN)Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp on Wednesday suspended all local government mask mandates despite the rise in coronavirus cases and hospitalizations in his state.
Fatal drug overdoses rose in 2019, reversing previous year's dip
Preliminary data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) shows that the number of deaths from drug overdose in the U.S. rose 4.6 percent in 2019 after falling for the first time i...
Tommy Tuberville: ‘Maybe’ to Doug Jones debate and ‘no’ to mandatory masks
One day after winning the Republican nomination for the U.S. Senate, Tommy Tuberville said he would probably agree to a debate with Sen. Doug Jones but did not say it was a sure thing.