Hundreds of employees at Mississippi's State Capitol were tested Monday after at least eight lawmakers had contracted the virus in recent days, a health official said. Test results showed that 26 state lawmakers are positive for coronavirus.
According to data published daily by the Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS), only 145 adult ICU beds, or nine percent, remain open.
In a photo posted to Oregon politician Jonathan Lopez's public Facebook account, the typed letter addressed to him has parts blurred out and appears to contain racial slurs.
The image of a music note being strangled by a noose, which circulated social media platforms Tuesday, was meant to show how Israel's culture industry is being affected by the coronavirus.
The lawsuit, which was filed last week, states that the plaintiff is "unwilling (and should not be required) to subject himself to criminal prosecution" for refusing to stand for the national anthem.
"The Chinese Communist Party believes it's in a generational fight to surpass our country in economic and technological leadership," said FBI Director Christopher Wray.
The 43 affected hospitals are spread across 21 counties, including Miami-Dade, Broward, Hillsborough and Orange, which are home to some of the state's largest cities.
The vaccine will take a different approach than other companies, focusing on boosting the body's immune response by stimulating T helper cells and high levels of neutralizing antibodies.
"At a time when we are debating Confederate statues, I don't know what the difference is between the Confederacy and CHOP, other than slavery," Ari Fleischer said.
Senator Rick Scott said that all levels of government should "stop mandating things" and "start just giving people good information."
"We're very focused on, as part of the next CARES Act, we're going to seriously consider whether we need to put more payments and direct payments," said Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin.
The four states, which are responsible for more than half of Wednesday's new cases across the U.S., must now reverse at least part of their reopening plans.
Richmond, Virginia, Mayor Levar Stoney became the latest official to announce plans for the removal of Confederate statues, issuing a surprise executive order during a city council meeting Wednesday morning.
Julie Wheeler, 43, of Beckley, West Virginia, will spend 42 months in federal prison and pay restitution of $289,055.07, according to a statement released Tuesday by the U.S. Department of Justice.
Protesters in lower Manhattan's "City Hall Autonomous Zone" had set up a "No Pig Zone" as part of their calls for the city to defund or abolish the NYPD.
"What's the definition of 'terrorism'? To use violence and intimidation to frighten the public," Mark McCloskey said during a segment of CNN's "Cuomo Prime Time." "That's what happened to me. That's the damage I suffered."
"The citizens of this community, including members of this Metro Council, have been very upset with the perceived lack of transparency by the city," said committee chair Brent Ackerson said. "It's our intention, as a committee, to formally begin an investigation."
A man can be seen in the video footage grabbing a woman by her hair, dragging her to the ground and repeatedly using a wooden stick from a chair to beat her after she had asked him to wear a face covering while inside their office.
The COPCOV study is a randomized, placebo-controlled trial that will enroll around 40,000 healthcare workers and other at-risk workers worldwide. It will test whether or not the drugs are effective in preventing COVID-19 in those who do not yet have it.
"I don't want my father's death to be in vain," Richard Garay, 27, said after his family's ordeal. "I want people to understand coronavirus is a real thing."
Texas Rep. Louie Gohmert has attended recent House sessions without using a face covering, despite guidance issued last week by a congressional physician requiring that masks be worn during any committee hearings.
According to data made available Saturday morning by the Florida Department of Health's COVID-19 response page, the state had reported 9,585 new positive cases.
"We have not had any coverage issues," said Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms. "We still have officers who are continuing to show up for work every day."
"My job as mayor is do to my best to keep our community safe, not make easy or politically popular decisions," Tupelo Mayor Jason Shelton wrote about the announcement.
"You don't have a right to come in here," the white man, identified on social media as William Beasley, can be heard saying.
"It's just unthinkable to take a selfie with two dead women and then to share that on a forum, on a WhatsApp group," Dawn Butler, a British Party Labor Party politician, said of the allegations.
Out of Arizona's 63,030 reported positive cases, more than half of those infected are residents aged 20 to 44.
Garrett Rolfe, who faces felony murder charges relating to Brooks' killing, fired his gun three times during a 2015 car chase, dash camera footage reveals. Police officers never mentioned in their reports that the suspect had been shot in the back during the incident.
State officials were able to report for the first time the number of deaths that are suspected to be due to COVID-19, but were never lab-confirmed.
Four locations in Houston are currently experiencing high water levels, according to a spokesman for the Houston TranStar, forcing several roadways to be shut down.