Amid the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, officially known as COVID-19, 75 newly commissioned nurses will head to the city of Daegu, South Korea, which has become known as an epicenter for the virus.
On Tuesday, former MLB player Alex Rodriguez discussed the recent initiative by the MLB to have players mic'd up during spring training games and thinks they should consider doing the same during the regular season.
On Monday, a student from Sarasota Military Academy in Florida, was placed in coronavirus quarantine, just days after the student's classmates shook hands and posed for pictures with Vice-President Mike Pence.
On Monday, Dr. Anthony Fauci, a member of President Donald Trump's coronavirus task force, appeared on CNN to talk community spread concerning the novel coronavirus and how the U.S. could see an increase of cases in the coming weeks.
On Friday, New York Democratic Representative Alexander Ocasio-Cortez called out Republican Senator Ted Cruz, saying that he doesn't "even believe in evolution."
"He's systematically unwinding and attacking unions," said SEIU President Mary Kay Henry of Trump.
Dr. Margaret Harris, a World Health Organization spokesperson, appeared on CNN to talk about the coronavirus.
On Thursday, Democratic Representative Katherine Clark slammed Education Secretary Betsy DeVos at the President's 2021 Education Budget Request hearing, telling DeVos that she "should resign."
On Wednesday, a tweet from the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department went viral, as it requested the return of a stolen hearse that contained a casket with a corpse inside.
On Thursday, Fox Business Network host, Stuart Varney suggested that the criticism towards President Donald Trump on his handling of the coronavirus, by Democrats, is "drumming up some panic," in regard to the stock market.
On Wednesday, Gwyneth Paltrow posted a photo to Instagram suggesting that she was taking all precautions against the coronavirus, officially known as COVID-19, as she traveled to Paris wearing a face mask.
On Wednesday, Democratic strategist James Carville spoke about the recent Democratic debate and gave his take on Senator Elizabeth Warren's continued criticism of former New York City Mayor and 2020 rival, Michael Bloomberg.
On Wednesday, Israeli Foreign Minister, Israel Katz criticized U.S. Democratic Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders for comments he made during Tuesday's party debate in which he spoke about potentially moving the U.S. Embassy in Israel, from Jerusalem back to Tel Aviv.
As former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg takes the stage on Tuesday for the Democratic Presidential debate, Newsweek has detailed some facts about his girlfriend, Diana Taylor.
On Tuesday, Louisiana GOP Senator John Kennedy grilled the acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf due to his lack of knowledge on the coronavirus, officially known as COVID-19.
On Tuesday, Iran's deputy health minister, Iraj Harirchi, tested positive for the widespread coronavirus, officially known as COVID-19, just one day after he held a press conference to say that the government had the virus under control.
"The next few days will be crucial. The government will raise the alert level to the highest level of 'grave' according to experts' recommendations and drastically strengthen our response system," South Korean President Moon Jae-in said.
"This is a screaming red siren, but in the daily barrage of crazy, can we hear it?" Sally Yates asked.
The team announced that the point guard will sit out for the remainder of the season due to shoulder surgery.
The NBA will begin its unofficial second half of the regular season Thursday, following the league's All-Star Game last weekend.
The Giants said they would not be inviting the former player to the 2010 World Series reunion because of controversial comments he made on social media.
The president retweeted a post from a Twitter user over a spelling error made by a Washington Post columnist.
Dallas Cowboys' wide receiver Amari Cooper responded to false reports that he had been shot in a Dallas parking lot by posting an Instagram story.
Novak Djokovic, the No.1–ranked tennis player in the world, was recently seen in his hometown of Belgrade, Serbia, playing street tennis with three kids.
A Houston Astros season ticket holder has filed a lawsuit against the team following the outcome of their 2017 sign-stealing scandal, claiming that the team "secretly put a deficient product on the field."
"You think about someone's well-being or someone's health as obviously being way more important, than any sporting event you could win," Hamlin said on The Dan Patrick Show.