The president's August rally at the same Manchester venue broke attendance records.
Gabbard split with Trump on many of his foreign policy decisions but claimed the president is within his right to decide who he wants in his Cabinet.
In the three weeks since the World Health Organization reported the first deaths, the death toll has risen to 910 people.
The Hawaii congresswoman failed to qualify for the debate, making it the third one in a row that she's missed.
China's handling of the SARS outbreak raised transparency concerns with the new coronavirus outbreak but officials have stood behind China for taking all the necessary steps.
Harrison was "deeply troubled" by the affiliate's error in judgment but said he appreciated the apology's sincerity.
A number of the passengers were transported to the hospital, according to the mayor of Bayonne.
In this installment of "College Credit," Schuster encourages college students to learn from her experience and find a healthy balance between having fun and taking themselves seriously.
Trump's speech came more than 20 years after Clinton's and focused on praising his supporters and lambasting his opponents.
Military planners are actively tracking disinformation campaigns promulgated by accounts operated by — or attributable to — the Russian government.
Local police reprimanded the doctor for "spreading rumors online" after he told a WeChat group about the virus.
The president addressed attendees of the National Prayer Breakfast Thursday morning and is expected to give a speech about his impeachment at noon.
Matt Duss, Sanders' foreign policy adviser, criticized Pelosi for applauding Trump's policies in Venezuela and the death of Iranian Major General Qasem Soleimani.
This isn't the first time a president will deliver a State of the Union address before senators vote on his removal from office.
Along with combating the new coronavirus epidemic, a World Health Organization official said they were in an "infodemic."
It wasn't always called the State of the Union.
The doctor started coughing and developed a fever after treating a patient at the hospital in Wuhan where he works.
The shooting occurred at a freshman residence hall, and classes were canceled for the remainder of the day.
There are now 11 cases in the United States, but officials are urging people not to panic because the risk of being exposed is still low.
Despite restricting travel from China and urging Americans to not go there, government officials maintained that the risk to the American public is low.
Shakira called performing with Lopez on the Super Bowl stage a "true American dream."
Groundhogs are cute, groundhogs create great tourism, but groundhogs are not good predictors of changing seasons.
Fox News host Sean Hannity said he plans to cover serious topics, such as the conflict with Iran and the economy, but also lighter topics because that's what he felt viewers wanted on Super Bowl Sunday.
He won't leave his girlfriend, who isn't a U.S. citizen, in Wuhan, but looking back, he would have gotten out with her before officials locked the city down.
The novel coronavirus was first detected in people living in Wuhan, China, in December, and has since infected thousands of people.
The declaration will enable the WHO leadership to hold countries accountable for their responses and coordinate support for vulnerable states.
On Thursday, the CDC confirmed the first case of human-to-human transmission in the U.S.
In sentencing memorandums, both sides argued what people implicated in the case thought there being no classes meant.
The WHO director-general credited China's efforts for the prevention of more cases breaking out in other countries.