"It is vital that I have the fullest confidence in the appointees serving as Inspectors General," Trump wrote Friday. "That is no longer the case with regard to this Inspector General."
There's no agreement about what factors to consider. Alabama guidelines would exclude patients with severe mental retardation. New York policy is to maximize the number of lives saved—meaning a 90-year-old patient would get the same priority as a 20-year-old.
Trump has ordered a significant increase in counter-narcotics and border control operations, which could draw the armed forces into another resource drain and a controversial mission.
Fox News host Martha MacCallum ends interview following criticism from chief medical officer at Osmosis.
Suspect arrested after trying to evade Essex Police officers during quarantine measures.
CNN host Chris Cuomo told his audience Wednesday that the high fever he experienced during a sleepless night while suffering from COVID-19 brought with it a vision of his late father, former New York Governor Mario Cuomo.
New York has suffered the greatest loss of life with about 42 percent of U.S. deaths.
The field for the TNT Championship tournament is filled.
Men reporting erectile dysfunction faced a hazard ratio of 1.4 even when testosterone levels were healthy, the study authors state.
Tests in mice and humans suggest too much salt can dampen the body's response to infection. A healthy diet, sleep, exercise and reducing stress may help the immune system function.
Foreign Ministry spokesperson Seyed Abbas Mousavi also suggested the U.S. should have spent more money on its healthcare system than overseas wars.
The head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases told Vanity Fair that he had a good working relationship with President Donald Trump.
The city's death roll was reported at 914 on Monday night and 776 on Sunday.
There are concerns that the corrections officers who are placing GPS monitoring devices on patients in Louisville, Kentucky, aren't being properly protected.
The Brooklyn native has organized for 10 million medical masks to be delivered to healthcare workers in New York City.
"These accusations are false," said Deputy Campaign Manager and Communications Director Kate Bedingfield.
The freshman congresswoman delivered the speech before the bill eventually passed the House.
"He said he was going to be a wartime chief and commander during this period, but he hasn't done what is rational to do," the former vice president told Jimmy Kimmel.
Trump, who supports the legislation and which has broad bipartisan support, labeled Rep. Thomas Massie (R-Ky.) a "third rate Grandstander" who should be thrown out of the Republican Party by voters.
The poll also found the number of people who fear their family catching the new coronavirus is higher than in previous epidemics.
The city reported around 6,550 medical 911 calls on Wednesday, 40 percent more than average and 1,500 more than New York's usual busiest day of the year.
"God's dealing with false religions" by spreading COVID-19 through synagogues, according to conservative preacher Rick Wiles.
"It's, for many people, probably a relief to go somewhere where you can explore and mingle with people and create beautiful things," a video game writer told Newsweek.
In normal times, getting laid off is stressful. But now, amid the coronavirus pandemic, it's a nightmare. These steps will help ease the financial strain, from navigating unemployment benefits to getting a break from creditors.
Clinton took to Twitter to thank all the people working to "save lives and keep us all going" during the coronavirus pandemic.
"Saving lives and saving the economy are not in conflict right now; we will hasten the return to robust economic activity by taking steps to stem the spread of the virus and save lives," the letter read.
"Just epidemiologically speaking," Dr. Nuzzo said, "I would expect all countries to be hit hard."
Large industries are being given a $500 billion lifeline, while Americans making under $75,000 per year are likely to receive a payment of $1,200 each as part of the $2 trillion dollar stimulus bill the Senate was expected to vote on Wednesday night.
Bernie Sanders' campaign said earlier this week that the senator would take on the former vice president again if a debate is held in April.