The dean of Weill Cornell Medicine in New York City explains what lessons America has to learn from the pandemic.
"Republicans feel the Social Media Platforms totally silence conservatives voices. We will strongly regulate, or close them down, before we can ever allow this to happen," Trump tweeted on Wednesday.
"We have four months to make sure we have in place the system, the test, the capability, the manpower" to prevent a second wave of the novel coronavirus outbreak, Fauci tells Newsweek.
The director-general of the Indian Council of Medical Research on Tuesday insisted there is "no harm" in taking hydroxychloroquine to prevent COVID-19, despite the World Health Organization halting a study of the drug over increasing safety concerns.
North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper says his state is working with RNC organizers despite Trump's threat to pull the convention from his state.
The protesters say they want tourists to stop entering Lake Placid to shield the most vulnerable in the population.
We cannot let misinformation—whether it comes from the White House, the Kremlin or anywhere else—sow seeds of doubt in our elections.
The governor was seen without a mask a day after he announced the state is reviewing a mandate that would require all Virginia residents to wear a mask in public.
Lake boat rentals are open and available on Memorial Day, just in time for the unofficial start of summer.
Professional sports leagues suspended their seasons in March, as businesses closed and stay-at-home orders were implemented across the country in response to the new coronavirus outbreak.
Between out-fundraising his Republican opponent, the state's political makeup and the absence of a Democratic candidate, the independent has caught the eye of the Democratic Party.
Darrell Scott said the president has been "proactive rather than reactive" on minority issues.
Scientists studied tree ring-like marks in teeth for the study.
The physical fight took place on the street outside a Ross Dress for Less store in Rio Grande Valley, Texas.
Back in 1979, I was looking for gibbons in Khao Yai National Park in Thailand. There in front of us, about 30 feet away, was a large tiger lying in the middle of the trail.
Texans planning to go to bars when they reopen on Friday could be met with unfamiliar scenes as state restrictions require that establishments operate at 25 percent capacity, discourage "close contact" and not allow patrons to gather, sit or order drinks from actual bars.
Vice President Mike Pence said his doctor does "not recommend" following President Donald Trump's example in taking hydroxychloroquine to prevent COVID-19.
Professional sports could return sooner than later, though the novel coronavirus pandemic will likely keep fans from watching games in person.
"The Court should grant the United States' motion without delay and without irrelevant or personal comment," the brief read.
California Governor Gavin Newsom announced Monday that professional sports would be allowed to return in early June, with the caveat that they are subject to "very prescriptive conditions" and must be played without spectators.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's message played across all local, national and community radio stations in the U.K. in what Kensington Palace said was a first.
Gorilla tourism brings much-needed revenue to conservation and communities in East Africa. With these elements at risk due to COVID-19, here's how travelers can support the local people, so they don't resort to poaching.
"We do need to move to keep as much of our economy open as possible, open it up safely and responsibly," Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson cautioned.
"More than anything, this pandemic has fully, finally torn back the curtain on the idea that so many of the folks in charge know what they're doing," he said.
"My intention is to extend the safer-at-home mandate through the end of June," Hawaii Governor David Ige said Thursday.
Although businesses are reopening, Governor Jon Bel Edwards said the state isn't out of the woods yet and it shouldn't be viewed as a "victory against COVID-19."
Ross Dress for Less is reopening with additional safety measures including one-way aisles and encouraging customers to wear masks.
The Fox News anchor cast aspersions on Gretchen Whitmer's motives for implementing the coronavirus restrictions across the state.