An 18-month congressional investigation led by Democrats found that Medicaid official Seema Verma billed taxpayers more than $35 million for media consultants tasked with building her personal brand .
The testing czar said rapid at-home tests "may never happen."
Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar's visit to Taiwan over the weekend prompted scorn from the Chinese Communist Party, but the Trump administration official shot back, saying Beijing is still witholding the origin of COVID-19 from the world.
Admiral Brett Giroir suggested that masks were already making an impact in Florida, Texas, Arizona and Louisiana.
Robinson allegedly stole over $600,000 in government funds while working as director of a healthcare organization.
Hospitalizations in Texas climbed to 9,869 on Thursday, the highest level recorded in the state since early April.
The executive summary of the investigation added the restraint was not part of the treatment plan for the teen, that the staff members reacted "significantly disproportionate" to his behavior and that no one else among other staff, nurses or supervisors stepped in to stop or correct the restraint.
Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar said Sunday he has not seen any spikes in new coronavirus cases in states that recently reopened "non-essential" businesses.
In a whistleblower complaint filed in early May, Bright alleged that he was reassigned in retaliation for his reluctance to promote an unproven drug to treat COVID-19.
Bright was removed from his position as director of BARDA, the chief federal agency responsible for developing medical countermeasures to pandemics, on April 21.
Bright has said that top HHS officials pressured his division to promote an unproven drug for political reasons.
The Office of Special Counsel says it has "reasonable grounds to believe" that Dr. Rick Bright was fired for publicly questioning Trump's advocacy of thydroxychloroquine as a coronavirus treatment.
Three outlets reported that Alex Azar could be replaced as Health and Human Services secretary amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Anonymous sources say that Fauci has begun receiving positive and negative attention for publicly contradicting the president's statements about the epidemic.
From hacks to COVID-19 spear-phishing campaigns, there's no doubt the pandemic is aiding a surge in cybercrime.
After two similar decisions earlier in the month, a third federal judge has thrown out a Trump administration rule that would have allowed medical personnel to use their religious beliefs to deny care to LGBTQ people and women.
A federal guideline on removing patients from their opioid prescriptions was recently tempered, but not before physicians and hospital networks began aggressively removing people from their medication or sending them away entirely.
"We're focusing really heavily on restricting access to prescription opioids, but that's because it's what we're comfortable doing," Travis Rieder said. "There's not actually any evidence that these cuts save lives."
"Thousands of children may have been separated during an influx that began in 2017, before the accounting required by the court, and HHS has faced challenges in identifying separated children," a new government report said.
"I think the idea that they're 'lost' is hyperbole to try and create an issue where I don't really think there is one," Santorum said. "Other than the fact that the bureaucracy—surprise, surprise—doesn't work very well."
One of her posts seemingly promoted tearing down a statue of Barack Obama and accused the former president of trying to develop nuclear warheads.
Ximena Barreto has been placed on leave while the department looks into the matter.
The retired general tweeted about the now-vacant President's Council on Fitness, Sport and Nutrition, and that Ivanka Trump should "check it out."
The Health and Human Services Department announced the creation of a division to enforce protections for religious health care workers, but activists worry that it could lead workers to opt out of helping LGBT patients and those seeking abortions.
Azar will be replacing Tom Price, the former HHS secretary who resigned amid a private plane scandal in September.