Vice President Mike Pence insisted on saying "all lives matter" after being asked to say the phrase "Black lives matter" multiple times during an interview taking place on Juneteenth.
"We are going back to our places of work and worship. We are venturing out to stores, restaurants and the great outdoors," the vice president wrote.
The vice president further accused the World Health Organization of being China's "willing partner" in its reported concealment of COVID-19 information.
Jeffrey David Cox is alleged to have sent 18 threatening emails boasting "nobody can stop me."
Vice President Mike Pence said his doctor does "not recommend" following President Donald Trump's example in taking hydroxychloroquine to prevent COVID-19.
"I would like the vice president—since he asked me to apologize—to ask his boss, who lies every time there isn't a McNugget in his mouth, to apologize for the following perversions of decency and democracy," Jimmy Kimmel said.
A leading member of Trump's coronavirus task force has called the crowded un-masked protests "devastatingly worrisome."
The memo came after close aides to Donald Trump and Mike Pence tested positive for the virus.
"Vice President Pence has tested negative every single day and plans to be at the White House tomorrow," a spokesperson for the vice president told Newsweek.
A number of White House staffers have tested positive for COVID-19 in the last couple of days.
The service, which protects political leaders including the president, said in March there was only one case, but new documents show that the disease is more widespread than believed.
A deceptively edited video clip used in a 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' segment inaccurately portrayed vice president Mike Pence as manipulating a photo op with empty boxes of PPE.
Another member of Vice President Mike Pence's staff has tested positive for COVID-19, White House officials said Friday.
Confident in his duty to the American people and loyal to the commander in chief, Vice President Mike Pence simply refuses to crack.
While Pence admitted regret, he also defended his decision to not wear a mask, saying that he knew he didn't have coronavirus at the time.
"It was actually after [Pence] left Mayo Clinic that he found out that they had a policy of asking everyone to wear a mask," Karen Pence said.
"He didn't want to wear a mask because he wanted to look them in the eye and say thank you. What kind of mask was he planning to wear? Spider-Man?" Kimmel asked on his late-night show.
Governor Andrew Cuomo authorized the state to pay for medical supplies before it received them amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The White House coronavirus response coordinator also said ventilator and coronavirus test production would need to "accelerate" before the fall.
The vice president seemed to go against the Mayo Clinic's policy that a mask be worn in its facility to lessen the risk of infection.
The White House Coronavirus Task Force member said social distancing will continue through the summer months, noting that many governors understand the process of reopening must be very gradual.
The head of the White House coronavirus task force told The Wall Street Journal that he was encouraged by a decrease in cases in major metropolitan areas.
The White House Coronavirus Task Force is scheduled to hold its latest press briefing at 5 p.m. ET. Here's how to watch.
Cadets in the U.S.A.F.A class of 2020 graduated in a ceremony that was markedly different from previous years.
The vice president rejected criticism that there is not enough testing capacity to end lockdowns and reopen the U.S. economy.
Senator Angus King said he's "never been so mad about a phone call in my life" after a call between Senate Democrats and members of the White House coronavirus task force Friday afternoon about the country's testing capabilities.
Citing no evidence, the president claimed that 29 states would soon be ready to begin the process of lifting social distancing measures meant to halt the spread of COVID-19
The Vice President called his British counterpart after Prime Minister Boris Johnson was hospitalized with severe COVID-19 symptoms.
The president told reporters that he continues to favor an unproven combination of drugs as a treatment for COVID-19 because he wants to keep people from using ventilators.
Tracking analysts see a discrepancy between White House claims and the real numbers on the testing kits.