Jasem Nissi (pictured), 48, is intubated in an intensive care unit at London's Royal Free Hospital after suffering severe complications from the virus for over two months.
The longest-running soap opera just killed off one of its longest-running characters in a shocking twist during Monday’s episode.
Florida Republican Governor Ron DeSantis is casually admitting he allowed between 800,000 and one million COVID-19 rapid tests expire amid an exponential increase in coronavirus cases, as he and his administration downplay the importance of testing. Experts says testing is essential to help stop the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.
Howard Stern said on the Jan. 19 episode of his Sirius XM radio show “The Howard Stern Show” that hospitals across the U.S. should not admit patients who are unvaccinated against COVID
Discontent over skyrocketing inflation is the most important issue for voters heading into this year's midterm election, Frank Luntz told CNBC on Friday.
As the state continues to see new coronavirus cases by the thousands, a survey reveals why some Illinoisans still won’t get vaccinated.
Kevin Durant reiterates that he won’t lobby teammate Kyrie Irving to get vaccinated against the coronavirus so he could be eligible to play in all the Brooklyn Nets’ games
Good Samaritans helping the homeless shouldn’t be awarded with a mugging, but it’s the reality in New York City thanks to progressives, the Post Editorial Board says.
Split decisions from a deeply divided court.
Starbucks says its U.S. workers must be fully vaccinated by Feb. 9 or face a weekly COVID testing requirement.