"I have consistently maintained my innocence while suffering from a serious injustice," Pell said Monday.
"We should never forget it is communist China, run by the General Secretary of the Communist Party Xi," Scott said.
"During this difficult time for our nation, we need steady, calm leadership. Acting Secretary Modly has shown exactly the opposite."
The last holdouts are all Republican governors in red states that Trump carried in 2016.
The governor encouraged residents to continue practicing strict social distancing behavior even as New Jersey's rate of new cases shows signs of going down.
All ballots already cast will remain valid and tallied, the Wisconsin governor said. A federal judge has determined that absentee ballots will be accepted until April 13 at 4 p.m.
On Sunday, a bride, groom, pastor and 50 wedding guests were arrested in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, for violating the country's coronavirus lockdown, which includes a nationwide ban on public gatherings.
The push for another massive stimulus for benefits that will go directly in Americans' pockets is a change in tune for Democrats, who until last week were advocating for an infrastructure-centered "Phase 4" package.
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FEMA was "fighting the last war"—worrying about Russia-—even as COVID-19 became a national emergency.
Queen Elizabeth II is shut away in Windsor during the pandemic for the first time since her "formative" World War II years, Ingrid Seward tells Newsweek.
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NIAID is in the "planning stages" of a large randomized, controlled clinical trial on hydroxychloroquine.
A police department in Texas is planning on charging a teen with a terroristic threat, claiming that she is "willfully spreading" the novel coronavirus, which causes the respiratory disease COVID-19.
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While New York has seen a drop in the number of new deaths for the first time, health experts have warned the country to brace for a potential resurgence of cases.
"Both men have been clear about the need to consult your doctor before taking hydroxychloroquine," White House spokesperson Hogan Gidley said.
Like in Pearl Harbor and 9/11, the writing was on the wall. We need to reform and reconfigure the global and national public health systems to prevent this from reoccurring.
Wisconsin's controversial decision will make voting more challenging in a state where voters run into roadblocks even during normal elections.
A new video allegedly depicts actor Ezra Miller—who plays DC superhero the Flash on the big screen—choking a fan at a popular Reykjavik nightspot.
Chris Smalls was recently fired after protesting the company's coronavirus safety precautions in a New York City warehouse.
Jonathan Mazowe of Survival International told Newsweek: "There is certainly a real risk of many tribes being completely wiped out."
Device mounted to a toilet incorporates test strips and video cameras and recognizes the user by fingerprint and "distinctive features" on their anus.
America is known for its high spending on health care, yet here we are, facing a devastating shortage of medical resources. It shouldn't be this way.
Ed spoke out and claimed he's "definitely in love."
Civil rights activists see danger in the choices being made between safety and liberty.
The peak of the outbreak is expected to hit all three hotspots at the same time.
Iran has requested $5 billion from the International Monetary Fund to support its fight against the pandemic.
Novartis told Newsweek criticism of the company is "without merit."