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George W. Bush urges Americans to unite to fight the coronavirus

George W. Bush urges Americans to unite to fight the coronavirus

George W. Bush is calling for Americans to join together to face the “shared threat” of the coronavirus. The former president made his plea for unity in a vide [...] Read full article: George W. Bush urges Americans to unite ...→

George W. Bush urges Americans to unite to fight the coronavirus

George W. Bush urges Americans to unite to fight the coronavirus

George W. Bush is calling for Americans to join together to face the “shared threat” of the coronavirus. The former president made his plea for unity in a vide [...] Read full article: George W. Bush urges Americans to unite ...→

Patrick Ewing is reminder our coronavirus fight is not won

Patrick Ewing is reminder our coronavirus fight is not won

We are reminded, again of our vulnerability, and of the rare power of the coronavirus to turn a blind eye on its victims, unaware of status, unmoved by fame or [...] Read full article: Patrick Ewing is reminder our coronaviru...→

Native Americans are more vulnerable to coronavirus—less than 3 percent have been tested

Native Americans are more vulnerable to coronavirus—less than 3 percent have been tested

Navajo Nation, the largest Native American territory in the U.S., has the highest per capita infection rate in the country, surpassing that of New York, the wo [...] Read full article: Native Americans are more vulnerable to ...→

On the front lines of the fight against coronavirus is San Diego County’s Health [...]

On the front lines of the fight against coronavirus is San Diego County’s Health [...]

On the front lines of the fight against coronavirus is San Diego County’s Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA) The public health department is responsible f [...] Read full article: On the front lines of the fight against ...→

Post offices, beloved community hubs, fight coronavirus-era threat

Post offices, beloved community hubs, fight coronavirus-era threat

For some of the 2,000 or so year-round residents of Deer Isle, Maine, the fraying American flag outside the post office this spring was a reminder of the natio [...] Read full article: Post offices, beloved community hubs, fi...→

'A colossal mistake': Former NY Times reporter urges walk back from coronavirus 'lockdown' strategy

'A colossal mistake': Former NY Times reporter urges walk back from coronavirus 'lockdown' strategy

Alex Berenson, a former New York Times reporter and prominent critic of the public policy response to the COVID-19 pandemic, said he believes that the U.S. wil [...] Read full article: 'A colossal mistake': Former NY Times re...→

Officials: Hate Crimes Against Asian Americans Spike In Wake Of Coronavirus Pandemic

Officials: Hate Crimes Against Asian Americans Spike In Wake Of Coronavirus Pandemic

A recent Ipsos survey found that 32% of Americans have witnessed someone blaming people of Asian descent for the virus. Read full article: Officials: Hate Crimes Against Asian Ame...→

Americans turn to drugs, alcohol as coronavirus stress rises, study shows

Americans turn to drugs, alcohol as coronavirus stress rises, study shows

As Americans cope with coronavirus-related stress -- facing a public health and economic crisis rolled into one -- they are increasingly turning to alcohol and [...] Read full article: Americans turn to drugs, alcohol as coro...→

Coronavirus: When do Americans think public gatherings will be safe again? | WTOP

Roughly two-thirds of Americans say they don’t think it will be safe for groups of 10 or more people to gather until July or later. Read full article: Coronavirus: When do Americans think pub...→

Consumer watchdog on the job as Americans reel from coronavirus crisis

Consumer watchdog on the job as Americans reel from coronavirus crisis

Banks are offering plenty of leeway on paying bills during coronavirus, but consumers who have cash should still pay off everything they can because they’ll sa [...] Read full article: Consumer watchdog on the job as American...→

Hospitals at center of fight over liability protections in coronavirus relief bill

Hospitals at center of fight over liability protections in coronavirus relief bill

Some hospitals say the legal uncertainty is making them wary of resuming long-stalled elective procedures. Read full article: Hospitals at center of fight over liabil...→

NYC to increase social-distancing 'ambassadors' to fight coronavirus spread

NYC to increase social-distancing 'ambassadors' to fight coronavirus spread

New York City will be adding over 1,000 non-police "social distancing ambassadors" to enforce the rules in the coming weeks, the mayor announced, after some cr [...] Read full article: NYC to increase social-distancing 'ambas...→

Coronavirus updates: Trump says 'we want our sports back' as he congratulates UFC for holding fight

Coronavirus updates: Trump says 'we want our sports back' as he congratulates UFC for holding fight

The novel coronavirus pandemic has now killed more than 279,000 people worldwide. Over 4 million people across the world have been diagnosed with COVID-19. Read full article: Coronavirus updates: Trump says 'we want...→

China offers to help North Korea fight coronavirus pandemic

China offers to help North Korea fight coronavirus pandemic

China is offering to help North Korean leader Kim Jong Un fight the coronavirus, even though he insists his country hasn’t had a single confirmed case, the BBC [...] Read full article: China offers to help North Korea fight c...→

Harris, Sanders Call For $2K/Month Payments To Americans During Coronavirus Pandemic

Harris, Sanders Call For $2K/Month Payments To Americans During Coronavirus Pandemic

This bill would grant married couples who file together $4,000 and $2,000 for each child up to three -- per month. Read full article: Harris, Sanders Call For $2K/Month Payme...→

Most Americans are concerned coronavirus restrictions will be lifted too quickly: poll

Most Americans are concerned coronavirus restrictions will be lifted too quickly: poll

Questions have been raised as some areas begin to reopen following measures imposed due to the novel coronavirus. Read full article: Most Americans are concerned coronavirus...→

75,000 Americans at risk of dying from overdose or suicide due to coronavirus despair, group warns

75,000 Americans at risk of dying from overdose or suicide due to coronavirus despair, group warns

As many as 75,000 Americans could die because of drug or alcohol misuse and suicide as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, according to an analysis conducted [...] Read full article: 75,000 Americans at risk of dying from o...→

Only half of Americans say they'd get vaccinated against coronavirus, new poll shows

Only half of Americans say they'd get vaccinated against coronavirus, new poll shows

Only half of Americans say they intend to get vaccinated against the novel coronavirus, according to a new poll. Read full article: Only half of Americans say they'd get va...→

George Mason University raises tuition for students, despite coronavirus pandemic | WTOP

George Mason University adopted a new $1.18 billion budget that includes a $450 tuition hike for in-state and out-of-state students. Read full article: George Mason University raises tuition f...→

Art Howe, former manager and infielder, released from hospital after coronavirus fight

Art Howe, former manager and infielder, released from hospital after coronavirus fight

Art Howe, a former major league manager who played 11 years as an infielder, was released from the hospital Sunday after being in intensive care battling the c [...] Read full article: Art Howe, former manager and infielder, ...→

Swedes Warn Americans Against Trying to Emulate Coronavirus Response

Swedes Warn Americans Against Trying to Emulate Coronavirus Response

Americans opposed to the stay-at-home orders put in place due to the coronavirus have pointed to Sweden as an example of what the U.S. should be doing, but Swe [...] Read full article: Swedes Warn Americans Against Trying to ...→

UN chief calls on faith leaders to fight 'inaccurate and harmful' coronavirus info

UN chief calls on faith leaders to fight 'inaccurate and harmful' coronavirus info

The United Nations chief urged faith leaders Tuesday to challenge misinformation about the coronavirus pandemic by promoting the World Health Organization and [...] Read full article: UN chief calls on faith leaders to fight...→

Nurse travels from Virginia to New York by boat to join front lines of coronavirus fight

Nurse travels from Virginia to New York by boat to join front lines of coronavirus fight

A Virginia nurse is being hailed as a “hero” by her husband after traveling by sailboat to New York City to join the frontlines in the fight against the corona [...] Read full article: Nurse travels from Virginia to New York ...→

Poll: Majority of Americans say coronavirus testing responsibility falls on federal government

Poll: Majority of Americans say coronavirus testing responsibility falls on federal government

The Pew Research Center survey finds 61 percent hold this view, compared with 37 percent who say responsibility mainly falls on state governments. Read full article: Poll: Majority of Americans say coronavi...→

These 10 Inland Empire medical workers are on front lines of coronavirus fight

These 10 Inland Empire medical workers are on front lines of coronavirus fight

From Upland to Redlands to Hemet, these doctors, nurses and other workers are risking their health – and that of their families – to help others during the pan [...] Read full article: These 10 Inland Empire medical workers a...→

South Dakota Tribes Defy Governor, Maintain Checkpoints in Coronavirus Fight

South Dakota Tribes Defy Governor, Maintain Checkpoints in Coronavirus Fight

Two Native American tribes are defying South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem’s order to remove roadside checkpoints that tribal leaders claim are necessary to keep cor [...] Read full article: South Dakota Tribes Defy Governor, Maint...→

Schumer: VA must explain use of hydroxychloroquine on veterans to fight coronavirus

Schumer: VA must explain use of hydroxychloroquine on veterans to fight coronavirus

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., on Sunday said the Department of Veterans Affairs must explain why it allowed the use of hydroxychloroquine on ve [...] Read full article: Schumer: VA must explain use of hydroxyc...→

Mike Rowe says many Americans workers feel labeled 'nonessential' by coronavirus lockdowns

Mike Rowe says many Americans workers feel labeled 'nonessential' by coronavirus lockdowns

The U.S. response to the coronavirus outbreak has led to "unintended consequences" -- including lost pride for many American workers, TV host Mike Rowe said Sa [...] Read full article: Mike Rowe says many Americans workers fe...→

Iceland uses coronavirus stimulus money to fight climate change

Iceland uses coronavirus stimulus money to fight climate change

Last week, the Icelandic government rolled out several new environmental policies and proposals addressing climate change as part of the country's second COVID [...] Read full article: Iceland uses coronavirus stimulus money ...→

Human contact during coronavirus: Artist captures group's efforts to unite families through donated iPads

Human contact during coronavirus: Artist captures group's efforts to unite families through donated iPads

This illustration by French artist Jean Jullien, released by Jullien to Fox News, was created to spotlight the work of iPadstoHospitals, a volunteer group that [...] Read full article: Human contact during coronavirus: Artist...→

In the Fight to Treat Coronavirus, Your Lungs Are a Battlefield

In the Fight to Treat Coronavirus, Your Lungs Are a Battlefield

Both the human lung and a critical care ventilator are complicated pieces of machinery. We opened them up to show you how the coronavirus has changed what we t [...] Read full article: In the Fight to Treat Coronavirus, Your ...→

The Latest: UN looking for help in coronavirus fight

UNITED NATIONS - The United Nations is appealing to governments, companies and billionaires to contribute to a $6.7 billion appeal to fight the coronavirus pan [...] Read full article: The Latest: UN looking for help in coron...→

Americans say South Korea, Germany handled coronavirus better than U.S., poll shows

Americans say South Korea, Germany handled coronavirus better than U.S., poll shows

Though 66 percent of Americans positively rated the COVID-19 responses in South Korea and Germany, only 47 percent of Americans said the U.S. had handled the p [...] Read full article: Americans say South Korea, Germany handl...→

Priest draws squirt gun in fight against coronavirus

Priest draws squirt gun in fight against coronavirus

A Roman Catholic priest in the Detroit area has taken aim at his parishioners in a bid to maintain social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic, using a s [...] Read full article: Priest draws squirt gun in fight against...→

Coronavirus Updates: George Strait Postpones August Concert At U.S. Bank Stadium To 2021

Country star George Strait on Thursday announced the postponement of his upcoming show at U.S. Bank Stadium due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Read full article: Coronavirus Updates: George Strait Postp...→

Hundreds Of Military Service Members Still Working On Front Lines Of Coronavirus Fight In NYC Hospitals

Hundreds Of Military Service Members Still Working On Front Lines Of Coronavirus Fight In NYC Hospitals

Nearly 60 from the Air Force are suited up in scrubs at New York City’s public hospitals. Another 60 are here from the Army. Read full article: Hundreds Of Military Service Members Sti...→

Grammy-Winning Rapper Common Urges Mass Release of Prisoners over Coronavirus

Grammy-Winning Rapper Common Urges Mass Release of Prisoners over Coronavirus

Rapper and activist Common and his criminal justice reform organization Imagine Justice launched a campaign with dozens of advocacy and activist groups calling [...] Read full article: Grammy-Winning Rapper Common Urges Mass ...→

85-year-old grandmother encourages older Americans to use technology during coronavirus outbreak: ‘If I can do it, anyone can’

85-year-old grandmother encourages older Americans to use technology during coronavirus outbreak: ‘If I can do it, anyone can’

Retirement community resident Emily Filer is encouraging older Americans to use technology to keep their spirits up and stay connected with their families. Read full article: 85-year-old grandmother encourages older...→

Donald Trump: Chinese Americans ‘Most Angry’ at China for Coronavirus

Donald Trump: Chinese Americans ‘Most Angry’ at China for Coronavirus

President Donald Trump on Tuesday said that Chinese Americans were the "most angry" at China for failing to contain the coronavirus. Read full article: Donald Trump: Chinese Americans ‘Most An...→

Coronavirus Poll: Americans Set Tough Standards for Back to Normal

Coronavirus Poll: Americans Set Tough Standards for Back to Normal

A Gallup poll shows what Americans want to get back to normal in the wake of the coronavirus may include hard-to-meet requirements. Read full article: Coronavirus Poll: Americans Set Tough St...→

Coloradans recovering from addiction fight isolation during coronavirus pandemic

Coloradans recovering from addiction fight isolation during coronavirus pandemic

The need for those recovering from addition to connect online rather than in person has caused some concerns that it will extend recovery time. But others say [...] Read full article: Coloradans recovering from addiction fig...→

Gottlieb says newly approved test could be

Gottlieb says newly approved test could be "game changer" in coronavirus fight

The former FDA commissioner said a new rapid antigen test that can be administered in doctors' offices could be key in stopping the spread. Read full article: Gottlieb says newly approved test could ...→

Coronavirus: Democratic lawmakers propose Americans receive $2,000 monthly payments

Coronavirus: Democratic lawmakers propose Americans receive $2,000 monthly payments

Two Democratic lawmakers have proposed a bill that would provide Americans with $2,000 in payments each month until the U.S. unemployment rate bounces back fro [...] Read full article: Coronavirus: Democratic lawmakers propos...→

Trump’s Cabinet remains largely sidelined in coronavirus fight

Trump’s Cabinet remains largely sidelined in coronavirus fight

As the federal response is criticized on several fronts, the president's Cabinet is also drawing fire for lack of action. Read full article: Trump’s Cabinet remains largely sideline...→

Patrick Ewing is reminder our coronavirus fight is not won

Patrick Ewing is reminder our coronavirus fight is not won

We are reminded, again of our vulnerability, and of the rare power of the coronavirus to turn a blind eye on its victims, unaware of status, unmoved by fame or [...] Read full article: Patrick Ewing is reminder our coronaviru...→

Americans say South Korea, Germany handled coronavirus better than U.S., poll shows

Americans say South Korea, Germany handled coronavirus better than U.S., poll shows

Though 66 percent of Americans positively rated the COVID-19 responses in South Korea and Germany, only 47 percent of Americans said the U.S. had handled the p [...] Read full article: Americans say South Korea, Germany handl...→

George Mason University raises tuition for students, despite coronavirus pandemic | WTOP

George Mason University adopted a new $1.18 billion budget that includes a $450 tuition hike for in-state and out-of-state students. Read full article: George Mason University raises tuition f...→

On the front lines of the fight against coronavirus is San Diego County’s Health [...]

On the front lines of the fight against coronavirus is San Diego County’s Health [...]

On the front lines of the fight against coronavirus is San Diego County’s Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA) The public health department is responsible f [...] Read full article: On the front lines of the fight against ...→

Priest draws squirt gun in fight against coronavirus

Priest draws squirt gun in fight against coronavirus

A Roman Catholic priest in the Detroit area has taken aim at his parishioners in a bid to maintain social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic, using a s [...] Read full article: Priest draws squirt gun in fight against...→

Swedes Warn Americans Against Trying to Emulate Coronavirus Response

Swedes Warn Americans Against Trying to Emulate Coronavirus Response

Americans opposed to the stay-at-home orders put in place due to the coronavirus have pointed to Sweden as an example of what the U.S. should be doing, but Swe [...] Read full article: Swedes Warn Americans Against Trying to ...→

'A colossal mistake': Former NY Times reporter urges walk back from coronavirus 'lockdown' strategy

'A colossal mistake': Former NY Times reporter urges walk back from coronavirus 'lockdown' strategy

Alex Berenson, a former New York Times reporter and prominent critic of the public policy response to the COVID-19 pandemic, said he believes that the U.S. wil [...] Read full article: 'A colossal mistake': Former NY Times re...→

Hundreds Of Military Service Members Still Working On Front Lines Of Coronavirus Fight In NYC Hospitals

Hundreds Of Military Service Members Still Working On Front Lines Of Coronavirus Fight In NYC Hospitals

Nearly 60 from the Air Force are suited up in scrubs at New York City’s public hospitals. Another 60 are here from the Army. Read full article: Hundreds Of Military Service Members Sti...→

Americans turn to drugs, alcohol as coronavirus stress rises, study shows

Americans turn to drugs, alcohol as coronavirus stress rises, study shows

As Americans cope with coronavirus-related stress -- facing a public health and economic crisis rolled into one -- they are increasingly turning to alcohol and [...] Read full article: Americans turn to drugs, alcohol as coro...→

Nurse travels from Virginia to New York by boat to join front lines of coronavirus fight

Nurse travels from Virginia to New York by boat to join front lines of coronavirus fight

A Virginia nurse is being hailed as a “hero” by her husband after traveling by sailboat to New York City to join the frontlines in the fight against the corona [...] Read full article: Nurse travels from Virginia to New York ...→

Consumer watchdog on the job as Americans reel from coronavirus crisis

Consumer watchdog on the job as Americans reel from coronavirus crisis

Banks are offering plenty of leeway on paying bills during coronavirus, but consumers who have cash should still pay off everything they can because they’ll sa [...] Read full article: Consumer watchdog on the job as American...→

Donald Trump: Chinese Americans ‘Most Angry’ at China for Coronavirus

Donald Trump: Chinese Americans ‘Most Angry’ at China for Coronavirus

President Donald Trump on Tuesday said that Chinese Americans were the "most angry" at China for failing to contain the coronavirus. Read full article: Donald Trump: Chinese Americans ‘Most An...→

These 10 Inland Empire medical workers are on front lines of coronavirus fight

These 10 Inland Empire medical workers are on front lines of coronavirus fight

From Upland to Redlands to Hemet, these doctors, nurses and other workers are risking their health – and that of their families – to help others during the pan [...] Read full article: These 10 Inland Empire medical workers a...→

Hospitals at center of fight over liability protections in coronavirus relief bill

Hospitals at center of fight over liability protections in coronavirus relief bill

Some hospitals say the legal uncertainty is making them wary of resuming long-stalled elective procedures. Read full article: Hospitals at center of fight over liabil...→

Coloradans recovering from addiction fight isolation during coronavirus pandemic

Coloradans recovering from addiction fight isolation during coronavirus pandemic

The need for those recovering from addition to connect online rather than in person has caused some concerns that it will extend recovery time. But others say [...] Read full article: Coloradans recovering from addiction fig...→

Schumer: VA must explain use of hydroxychloroquine on veterans to fight coronavirus

Schumer: VA must explain use of hydroxychloroquine on veterans to fight coronavirus

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., on Sunday said the Department of Veterans Affairs must explain why it allowed the use of hydroxychloroquine on ve [...] Read full article: Schumer: VA must explain use of hydroxyc...→

Coronavirus updates: Trump says 'we want our sports back' as he congratulates UFC for holding fight

Coronavirus updates: Trump says 'we want our sports back' as he congratulates UFC for holding fight

The novel coronavirus pandemic has now killed more than 279,000 people worldwide. Over 4 million people across the world have been diagnosed with COVID-19. Read full article: Coronavirus updates: Trump says 'we want...→

Coronavirus: Democratic lawmakers propose Americans receive $2,000 monthly payments

Coronavirus: Democratic lawmakers propose Americans receive $2,000 monthly payments

Two Democratic lawmakers have proposed a bill that would provide Americans with $2,000 in payments each month until the U.S. unemployment rate bounces back fro [...] Read full article: Coronavirus: Democratic lawmakers propos...→

Iceland uses coronavirus stimulus money to fight climate change

Iceland uses coronavirus stimulus money to fight climate change

Last week, the Icelandic government rolled out several new environmental policies and proposals addressing climate change as part of the country's second COVID [...] Read full article: Iceland uses coronavirus stimulus money ...→

Harris, Sanders Call For $2K/Month Payments To Americans During Coronavirus Pandemic

Harris, Sanders Call For $2K/Month Payments To Americans During Coronavirus Pandemic

This bill would grant married couples who file together $4,000 and $2,000 for each child up to three -- per month. Read full article: Harris, Sanders Call For $2K/Month Payme...→

In the Fight to Treat Coronavirus, Your Lungs Are a Battlefield

In the Fight to Treat Coronavirus, Your Lungs Are a Battlefield

Both the human lung and a critical care ventilator are complicated pieces of machinery. We opened them up to show you how the coronavirus has changed what we t [...] Read full article: In the Fight to Treat Coronavirus, Your ...→

75,000 Americans at risk of dying from overdose or suicide due to coronavirus despair, group warns

75,000 Americans at risk of dying from overdose or suicide due to coronavirus despair, group warns

As many as 75,000 Americans could die because of drug or alcohol misuse and suicide as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, according to an analysis conducted [...] Read full article: 75,000 Americans at risk of dying from o...→

Only half of Americans say they'd get vaccinated against coronavirus, new poll shows

Only half of Americans say they'd get vaccinated against coronavirus, new poll shows

Only half of Americans say they intend to get vaccinated against the novel coronavirus, according to a new poll. Read full article: Only half of Americans say they'd get va...→

Native Americans are more vulnerable to coronavirus—less than 3 percent have been tested

Native Americans are more vulnerable to coronavirus—less than 3 percent have been tested

Navajo Nation, the largest Native American territory in the U.S., has the highest per capita infection rate in the country, surpassing that of New York, the wo [...] Read full article: Native Americans are more vulnerable to ...→

Art Howe, former manager and infielder, released from hospital after coronavirus fight

Art Howe, former manager and infielder, released from hospital after coronavirus fight

Art Howe, a former major league manager who played 11 years as an infielder, was released from the hospital Sunday after being in intensive care battling the c [...] Read full article: Art Howe, former manager and infielder, ...→

Post offices, beloved community hubs, fight coronavirus-era threat

Post offices, beloved community hubs, fight coronavirus-era threat

For some of the 2,000 or so year-round residents of Deer Isle, Maine, the fraying American flag outside the post office this spring was a reminder of the natio [...] Read full article: Post offices, beloved community hubs, fi...→

Coronavirus Updates: George Strait Postpones August Concert At U.S. Bank Stadium To 2021

Country star George Strait on Thursday announced the postponement of his upcoming show at U.S. Bank Stadium due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Read full article: Coronavirus Updates: George Strait Postp...→

Officials: Hate Crimes Against Asian Americans Spike In Wake Of Coronavirus Pandemic

Officials: Hate Crimes Against Asian Americans Spike In Wake Of Coronavirus Pandemic

A recent Ipsos survey found that 32% of Americans have witnessed someone blaming people of Asian descent for the virus. Read full article: Officials: Hate Crimes Against Asian Ame...→

Grammy-Winning Rapper Common Urges Mass Release of Prisoners over Coronavirus

Grammy-Winning Rapper Common Urges Mass Release of Prisoners over Coronavirus

Rapper and activist Common and his criminal justice reform organization Imagine Justice launched a campaign with dozens of advocacy and activist groups calling [...] Read full article: Grammy-Winning Rapper Common Urges Mass ...→

UN chief calls on faith leaders to fight 'inaccurate and harmful' coronavirus info

UN chief calls on faith leaders to fight 'inaccurate and harmful' coronavirus info

The United Nations chief urged faith leaders Tuesday to challenge misinformation about the coronavirus pandemic by promoting the World Health Organization and [...] Read full article: UN chief calls on faith leaders to fight...→

Coronavirus: When do Americans think public gatherings will be safe again? | WTOP

Roughly two-thirds of Americans say they don’t think it will be safe for groups of 10 or more people to gather until July or later. Read full article: Coronavirus: When do Americans think pub...→

85-year-old grandmother encourages older Americans to use technology during coronavirus outbreak: ‘If I can do it, anyone can’

85-year-old grandmother encourages older Americans to use technology during coronavirus outbreak: ‘If I can do it, anyone can’

Retirement community resident Emily Filer is encouraging older Americans to use technology to keep their spirits up and stay connected with their families. Read full article: 85-year-old grandmother encourages older...→

Poll: Majority of Americans say coronavirus testing responsibility falls on federal government

Poll: Majority of Americans say coronavirus testing responsibility falls on federal government

The Pew Research Center survey finds 61 percent hold this view, compared with 37 percent who say responsibility mainly falls on state governments. Read full article: Poll: Majority of Americans say coronavi...→

Coronavirus Poll: Americans Set Tough Standards for Back to Normal

Coronavirus Poll: Americans Set Tough Standards for Back to Normal

A Gallup poll shows what Americans want to get back to normal in the wake of the coronavirus may include hard-to-meet requirements. Read full article: Coronavirus Poll: Americans Set Tough St...→

South Dakota Tribes Defy Governor, Maintain Checkpoints in Coronavirus Fight

South Dakota Tribes Defy Governor, Maintain Checkpoints in Coronavirus Fight

Two Native American tribes are defying South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem’s order to remove roadside checkpoints that tribal leaders claim are necessary to keep cor [...] Read full article: South Dakota Tribes Defy Governor, Maint...→

NYC to increase social-distancing 'ambassadors' to fight coronavirus spread

NYC to increase social-distancing 'ambassadors' to fight coronavirus spread

New York City will be adding over 1,000 non-police "social distancing ambassadors" to enforce the rules in the coming weeks, the mayor announced, after some cr [...] Read full article: NYC to increase social-distancing 'ambas...→

Gottlieb says newly approved test could be

Gottlieb says newly approved test could be "game changer" in coronavirus fight

The former FDA commissioner said a new rapid antigen test that can be administered in doctors' offices could be key in stopping the spread. Read full article: Gottlieb says newly approved test could ...→

Mike Rowe says many Americans workers feel labeled 'nonessential' by coronavirus lockdowns

Mike Rowe says many Americans workers feel labeled 'nonessential' by coronavirus lockdowns

The U.S. response to the coronavirus outbreak has led to "unintended consequences" -- including lost pride for many American workers, TV host Mike Rowe said Sa [...] Read full article: Mike Rowe says many Americans workers fe...→

China offers to help North Korea fight coronavirus pandemic

China offers to help North Korea fight coronavirus pandemic

China is offering to help North Korean leader Kim Jong Un fight the coronavirus, even though he insists his country hasn’t had a single confirmed case, the BBC [...] Read full article: China offers to help North Korea fight c...→

Human contact during coronavirus: Artist captures group's efforts to unite families through donated iPads

Human contact during coronavirus: Artist captures group's efforts to unite families through donated iPads

This illustration by French artist Jean Jullien, released by Jullien to Fox News, was created to spotlight the work of iPadstoHospitals, a volunteer group that [...] Read full article: Human contact during coronavirus: Artist...→

Most Americans are concerned coronavirus restrictions will be lifted too quickly: poll

Most Americans are concerned coronavirus restrictions will be lifted too quickly: poll

Questions have been raised as some areas begin to reopen following measures imposed due to the novel coronavirus. Read full article: Most Americans are concerned coronavirus...→

Trump’s Cabinet remains largely sidelined in coronavirus fight

Trump’s Cabinet remains largely sidelined in coronavirus fight

As the federal response is criticized on several fronts, the president's Cabinet is also drawing fire for lack of action. Read full article: Trump’s Cabinet remains largely sideline...→

The Latest: UN looking for help in coronavirus fight

UNITED NATIONS - The United Nations is appealing to governments, companies and billionaires to contribute to a $6.7 billion appeal to fight the coronavirus pan [...] Read full article: The Latest: UN looking for help in coron...→

Patrick Ewing is reminder our coronavirus fight is not won

Patrick Ewing is reminder our coronavirus fight is not won

We are reminded, again of our vulnerability, and of the rare power of the coronavirus to turn a blind eye on its victims, unaware of status, unmoved by fame or [...] Read full article: Patrick Ewing is reminder our coronaviru...→

Only half of Americans say they'd get vaccinated against coronavirus, new poll shows

Only half of Americans say they'd get vaccinated against coronavirus, new poll shows

Only half of Americans say they intend to get vaccinated against the novel coronavirus, according to a new poll. Read full article: Only half of Americans say they'd get va...→

Americans say South Korea, Germany handled coronavirus better than U.S., poll shows

Americans say South Korea, Germany handled coronavirus better than U.S., poll shows

Though 66 percent of Americans positively rated the COVID-19 responses in South Korea and Germany, only 47 percent of Americans said the U.S. had handled the p [...] Read full article: Americans say South Korea, Germany handl...→

Native Americans are more vulnerable to coronavirus—less than 3 percent have been tested

Native Americans are more vulnerable to coronavirus—less than 3 percent have been tested

Navajo Nation, the largest Native American territory in the U.S., has the highest per capita infection rate in the country, surpassing that of New York, the wo [...] Read full article: Native Americans are more vulnerable to ...→

George Mason University raises tuition for students, despite coronavirus pandemic | WTOP

George Mason University adopted a new $1.18 billion budget that includes a $450 tuition hike for in-state and out-of-state students. Read full article: George Mason University raises tuition f...→

On the front lines of the fight against coronavirus is San Diego County’s Health [...]

On the front lines of the fight against coronavirus is San Diego County’s Health [...]

On the front lines of the fight against coronavirus is San Diego County’s Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA) The public health department is responsible f [...] Read full article: On the front lines of the fight against ...→

Art Howe, former manager and infielder, released from hospital after coronavirus fight

Art Howe, former manager and infielder, released from hospital after coronavirus fight

Art Howe, a former major league manager who played 11 years as an infielder, was released from the hospital Sunday after being in intensive care battling the c [...] Read full article: Art Howe, former manager and infielder, ...→

Priest draws squirt gun in fight against coronavirus

Priest draws squirt gun in fight against coronavirus

A Roman Catholic priest in the Detroit area has taken aim at his parishioners in a bid to maintain social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic, using a s [...] Read full article: Priest draws squirt gun in fight against...→

Post offices, beloved community hubs, fight coronavirus-era threat

Post offices, beloved community hubs, fight coronavirus-era threat

For some of the 2,000 or so year-round residents of Deer Isle, Maine, the fraying American flag outside the post office this spring was a reminder of the natio [...] Read full article: Post offices, beloved community hubs, fi...→

Swedes Warn Americans Against Trying to Emulate Coronavirus Response

Swedes Warn Americans Against Trying to Emulate Coronavirus Response

Americans opposed to the stay-at-home orders put in place due to the coronavirus have pointed to Sweden as an example of what the U.S. should be doing, but Swe [...] Read full article: Swedes Warn Americans Against Trying to ...→

Coronavirus Updates: George Strait Postpones August Concert At U.S. Bank Stadium To 2021

Country star George Strait on Thursday announced the postponement of his upcoming show at U.S. Bank Stadium due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Read full article: Coronavirus Updates: George Strait Postp...→

'A colossal mistake': Former NY Times reporter urges walk back from coronavirus 'lockdown' strategy

'A colossal mistake': Former NY Times reporter urges walk back from coronavirus 'lockdown' strategy

Alex Berenson, a former New York Times reporter and prominent critic of the public policy response to the COVID-19 pandemic, said he believes that the U.S. wil [...] Read full article: 'A colossal mistake': Former NY Times re...→

Hundreds Of Military Service Members Still Working On Front Lines Of Coronavirus Fight In NYC Hospitals

Hundreds Of Military Service Members Still Working On Front Lines Of Coronavirus Fight In NYC Hospitals

Nearly 60 from the Air Force are suited up in scrubs at New York City’s public hospitals. Another 60 are here from the Army. Read full article: Hundreds Of Military Service Members Sti...→

Officials: Hate Crimes Against Asian Americans Spike In Wake Of Coronavirus Pandemic

Officials: Hate Crimes Against Asian Americans Spike In Wake Of Coronavirus Pandemic

A recent Ipsos survey found that 32% of Americans have witnessed someone blaming people of Asian descent for the virus. Read full article: Officials: Hate Crimes Against Asian Ame...→

Grammy-Winning Rapper Common Urges Mass Release of Prisoners over Coronavirus

Grammy-Winning Rapper Common Urges Mass Release of Prisoners over Coronavirus

Rapper and activist Common and his criminal justice reform organization Imagine Justice launched a campaign with dozens of advocacy and activist groups calling [...] Read full article: Grammy-Winning Rapper Common Urges Mass ...→

Americans turn to drugs, alcohol as coronavirus stress rises, study shows

Americans turn to drugs, alcohol as coronavirus stress rises, study shows

As Americans cope with coronavirus-related stress -- facing a public health and economic crisis rolled into one -- they are increasingly turning to alcohol and [...] Read full article: Americans turn to drugs, alcohol as coro...→

UN chief calls on faith leaders to fight 'inaccurate and harmful' coronavirus info

UN chief calls on faith leaders to fight 'inaccurate and harmful' coronavirus info

The United Nations chief urged faith leaders Tuesday to challenge misinformation about the coronavirus pandemic by promoting the World Health Organization and [...] Read full article: UN chief calls on faith leaders to fight...→

Coronavirus: When do Americans think public gatherings will be safe again? | WTOP

Roughly two-thirds of Americans say they don’t think it will be safe for groups of 10 or more people to gather until July or later. Read full article: Coronavirus: When do Americans think pub...→

Nurse travels from Virginia to New York by boat to join front lines of coronavirus fight

Nurse travels from Virginia to New York by boat to join front lines of coronavirus fight

A Virginia nurse is being hailed as a “hero” by her husband after traveling by sailboat to New York City to join the frontlines in the fight against the corona [...] Read full article: Nurse travels from Virginia to New York ...→

85-year-old grandmother encourages older Americans to use technology during coronavirus outbreak: ‘If I can do it, anyone can’

85-year-old grandmother encourages older Americans to use technology during coronavirus outbreak: ‘If I can do it, anyone can’

Retirement community resident Emily Filer is encouraging older Americans to use technology to keep their spirits up and stay connected with their families. Read full article: 85-year-old grandmother encourages older...→

Consumer watchdog on the job as Americans reel from coronavirus crisis

Consumer watchdog on the job as Americans reel from coronavirus crisis

Banks are offering plenty of leeway on paying bills during coronavirus, but consumers who have cash should still pay off everything they can because they’ll sa [...] Read full article: Consumer watchdog on the job as American...→

Poll: Majority of Americans say coronavirus testing responsibility falls on federal government

Poll: Majority of Americans say coronavirus testing responsibility falls on federal government

The Pew Research Center survey finds 61 percent hold this view, compared with 37 percent who say responsibility mainly falls on state governments. Read full article: Poll: Majority of Americans say coronavi...→

Donald Trump: Chinese Americans ‘Most Angry’ at China for Coronavirus

Donald Trump: Chinese Americans ‘Most Angry’ at China for Coronavirus

President Donald Trump on Tuesday said that Chinese Americans were the "most angry" at China for failing to contain the coronavirus. Read full article: Donald Trump: Chinese Americans ‘Most An...→

These 10 Inland Empire medical workers are on front lines of coronavirus fight

These 10 Inland Empire medical workers are on front lines of coronavirus fight

From Upland to Redlands to Hemet, these doctors, nurses and other workers are risking their health – and that of their families – to help others during the pan [...] Read full article: These 10 Inland Empire medical workers a...→

Coronavirus Poll: Americans Set Tough Standards for Back to Normal

Coronavirus Poll: Americans Set Tough Standards for Back to Normal

A Gallup poll shows what Americans want to get back to normal in the wake of the coronavirus may include hard-to-meet requirements. Read full article: Coronavirus Poll: Americans Set Tough St...→

Hospitals at center of fight over liability protections in coronavirus relief bill

Hospitals at center of fight over liability protections in coronavirus relief bill

Some hospitals say the legal uncertainty is making them wary of resuming long-stalled elective procedures. Read full article: Hospitals at center of fight over liabil...→

South Dakota Tribes Defy Governor, Maintain Checkpoints in Coronavirus Fight

South Dakota Tribes Defy Governor, Maintain Checkpoints in Coronavirus Fight

Two Native American tribes are defying South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem’s order to remove roadside checkpoints that tribal leaders claim are necessary to keep cor [...] Read full article: South Dakota Tribes Defy Governor, Maint...→

Coloradans recovering from addiction fight isolation during coronavirus pandemic

Coloradans recovering from addiction fight isolation during coronavirus pandemic

The need for those recovering from addition to connect online rather than in person has caused some concerns that it will extend recovery time. But others say [...] Read full article: Coloradans recovering from addiction fig...→

NYC to increase social-distancing 'ambassadors' to fight coronavirus spread

NYC to increase social-distancing 'ambassadors' to fight coronavirus spread

New York City will be adding over 1,000 non-police "social distancing ambassadors" to enforce the rules in the coming weeks, the mayor announced, after some cr [...] Read full article: NYC to increase social-distancing 'ambas...→

Schumer: VA must explain use of hydroxychloroquine on veterans to fight coronavirus

Schumer: VA must explain use of hydroxychloroquine on veterans to fight coronavirus

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., on Sunday said the Department of Veterans Affairs must explain why it allowed the use of hydroxychloroquine on ve [...] Read full article: Schumer: VA must explain use of hydroxyc...→

Gottlieb says newly approved test could be

Gottlieb says newly approved test could be "game changer" in coronavirus fight

The former FDA commissioner said a new rapid antigen test that can be administered in doctors' offices could be key in stopping the spread. Read full article: Gottlieb says newly approved test could ...→

Coronavirus updates: Trump says 'we want our sports back' as he congratulates UFC for holding fight

Coronavirus updates: Trump says 'we want our sports back' as he congratulates UFC for holding fight

The novel coronavirus pandemic has now killed more than 279,000 people worldwide. Over 4 million people across the world have been diagnosed with COVID-19. Read full article: Coronavirus updates: Trump says 'we want...→

Mike Rowe says many Americans workers feel labeled 'nonessential' by coronavirus lockdowns

Mike Rowe says many Americans workers feel labeled 'nonessential' by coronavirus lockdowns

The U.S. response to the coronavirus outbreak has led to "unintended consequences" -- including lost pride for many American workers, TV host Mike Rowe said Sa [...] Read full article: Mike Rowe says many Americans workers fe...→

Coronavirus: Democratic lawmakers propose Americans receive $2,000 monthly payments

Coronavirus: Democratic lawmakers propose Americans receive $2,000 monthly payments

Two Democratic lawmakers have proposed a bill that would provide Americans with $2,000 in payments each month until the U.S. unemployment rate bounces back fro [...] Read full article: Coronavirus: Democratic lawmakers propos...→

China offers to help North Korea fight coronavirus pandemic

China offers to help North Korea fight coronavirus pandemic

China is offering to help North Korean leader Kim Jong Un fight the coronavirus, even though he insists his country hasn’t had a single confirmed case, the BBC [...] Read full article: China offers to help North Korea fight c...→

Iceland uses coronavirus stimulus money to fight climate change

Iceland uses coronavirus stimulus money to fight climate change

Last week, the Icelandic government rolled out several new environmental policies and proposals addressing climate change as part of the country's second COVID [...] Read full article: Iceland uses coronavirus stimulus money ...→

Harris, Sanders Call For $2K/Month Payments To Americans During Coronavirus Pandemic

Harris, Sanders Call For $2K/Month Payments To Americans During Coronavirus Pandemic

This bill would grant married couples who file together $4,000 and $2,000 for each child up to three -- per month. Read full article: Harris, Sanders Call For $2K/Month Payme...→

Human contact during coronavirus: Artist captures group's efforts to unite families through donated iPads

Human contact during coronavirus: Artist captures group's efforts to unite families through donated iPads

This illustration by French artist Jean Jullien, released by Jullien to Fox News, was created to spotlight the work of iPadstoHospitals, a volunteer group that [...] Read full article: Human contact during coronavirus: Artist...→

Most Americans are concerned coronavirus restrictions will be lifted too quickly: poll

Most Americans are concerned coronavirus restrictions will be lifted too quickly: poll

Questions have been raised as some areas begin to reopen following measures imposed due to the novel coronavirus. Read full article: Most Americans are concerned coronavirus...→

In the Fight to Treat Coronavirus, Your Lungs Are a Battlefield

In the Fight to Treat Coronavirus, Your Lungs Are a Battlefield

Both the human lung and a critical care ventilator are complicated pieces of machinery. We opened them up to show you how the coronavirus has changed what we t [...] Read full article: In the Fight to Treat Coronavirus, Your ...→

Trump’s Cabinet remains largely sidelined in coronavirus fight

Trump’s Cabinet remains largely sidelined in coronavirus fight

As the federal response is criticized on several fronts, the president's Cabinet is also drawing fire for lack of action. Read full article: Trump’s Cabinet remains largely sideline...→

75,000 Americans at risk of dying from overdose or suicide due to coronavirus despair, group warns

75,000 Americans at risk of dying from overdose or suicide due to coronavirus despair, group warns

As many as 75,000 Americans could die because of drug or alcohol misuse and suicide as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, according to an analysis conducted [...] Read full article: 75,000 Americans at risk of dying from o...→

The Latest: UN looking for help in coronavirus fight

UNITED NATIONS - The United Nations is appealing to governments, companies and billionaires to contribute to a $6.7 billion appeal to fight the coronavirus pan [...] Read full article: The Latest: UN looking for help in coron...→