The man, believed to be in his 40s, is a member of the Bains-sur-Oust flying club and reportedly took off in a single-engine two-seater plane before being spotted on radar and ordered to land.
We did not order religious organizations to close, but my message to everyone is that this is serious," Ohio governor Mike DeWine wrote on Twitter yesterday after one major church opened its doors.
The Tesla and SpaceX boss said he expects to have an estimated 1,200 ventilators ready to distribute from this week but noted that "getting them delivered, installed & operating is the harder part."
"They're attempting to rob the house. If you see someone approaching your house in a white lab coat or mask claiming to be a CDC worker, do not let them in," one Florida police department said.
"While we have seen only a few usage peaks, we have measures in place to automatically adjust our system to use less network capacity," a YouTube spokesperson told Newsweek.
"We're working on ventilators, even though I think there will not be a shortage by the time we can make enough to matter," Musk wrote on Twitter after being urged to help make the medical equipment.
"We are facing [too] serious a situation to have you walking on the street trying to fool police. You don't fool us and also you'll be fined," a police union wrote.
Ventilators are needed to treat hospital patients with severe symptoms of the respiratory disease caused by the novel coronavirus, but experts warn that they are in limited supply.
Several craft booze businesses across Scotland are currently turning their attention to help fix an apparent shortage of alcohol-based sanitizer gels in the wake of the novel coronavirus outbreak.
In a tweet this morning, President Trump wrote the briefing will contain "very important news" from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), without elaborating. Here's how to watch the briefing.
"Anytime vehicles are left unattended for extended periods of time, local thieves view it as a favorable opportunity. It is not enough to lock the vehicle before leaving," the local police said.
Trump National Golf Club Bedminster told members on Tuesday that the clubhouse, fitness suite, and restaurants would be closed until further notice due to new "social distancing" measures.
A team of University of Oxford-linked scientists have suggested a centralized smartphone app could feasibly be designed to alert people who had been in close proximity to a person who tested positive.
A statement shared to Nintendo's Twitter account did not contain an explanation, but said: "Network services such as Nintendo Switch have failed. Sorry, please wait for a while until recovery."
Spain's Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez recently imposed a 15-day state of alarm that restricted free movement in an attempt to limit the spread of COVID-19, which has spread rapidly in the country.
Infections of COVID-19 continue to spread around the world, with more than 147,800 confirmed cases and at least 5,500 deaths linked to the novel coronavirus outbreak. Here's the latest news.
Infections of COVID-19 continue to spread across the U.S., with more than 2,170 cases and the death toll believed to be at least 50. Here is a round-up of the latest news about the outbreak.
The Mega Millions lottery results are now in, but did anyone get lucky on Friday the 13th this week, and when is the next chance to win the grand prize?
Analysis suggests more than 80,000 Uighur Muslims were transferred out of Xinjiang to factories across China between 2017 and 2019, some from detention camps. One group is demanding action.
Despite cryptocurrencies often going against the grain of the traditional financial system, in part because they operate without banks, some appear just as vulnerable to stock market shifts.
"There has been a general move to cash and bitcoin has been hit particularly hard," Charles Hayter, CEO of a price tracking service known as CryptoCompare, told Newsweek after the values plunged.
"Officers responded to the scene of the attack and killed the mountain lion because it was a threat to human safety," the Colorado Parks and Wildlife said in a statement.
Describing the find as a "happy accident," engineers at the University of New South Wales Sydney found a way to control the nucleus of an atom using electric fields rather than magnetic fields.
Cybersecurity experts were able to access up to 900 million user records linked to the software that were allegedly being stored in a database without adequate password protection.
The zombie network was linked to a slew of malicious activity over the years, including pump-and-dump stock scams, fake pharmaceutical spam email, Russian dating scams, and ransomware.
The world is a very different place than it was in the late 90s, and the well-established tech firms of today are unlikely to face the same pitfalls as their digital ancestors. But not all are safe.
If successfully downloaded, attackers can "run programs and access victims' data including sensitive personal and financial information," Proofpoint researchers warned.
The outbreak of novel coronavirus is challenging common practices in the gig economy, with companies facing increased political pressure to offer workers sick pay if they need time off.
The pilot and passenger were identified by local law enforcement as a father and son from Kansas who had been flying into the Destin area of Florida for a vacation.