Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton disputed a federal judge's ruling allowing Texans to vote by mail, saying that state law "doesn't allow for people to get mail-in ballots for fear of contracting corona or anything else."
Firearms retailers says the ban will decimate their industry and are lobbying gun owners to vote Conservative in the next election.
Americans defeated the Axis powers in World War II by giving up their fears and mustering the courage to work hard. That's the same way we can beat coronavirus.
Protests following the death of black American man George Floyd have broken out in cities across the world, sparking fears coronavirus could spread as people break social distancing rules.
EXCLUSIVE: Exorcist and Buddhist priest Paul Devlin says "negative energy" brought on by the coronavirus pandemic is a "breeding ground for demons" which can lead to possession
Wuhan health authorities sprang back into action after confirming last weekend the central Chinese city's first cluster of new infections since it was released from virtual lockdown on April 8.
President Trump is expected to name Moncef Slaoui, a former pharmaceutical executive, to lead his push to develop a coronavirus vaccine.
The CDC guidelines shelved by the White House had more detail on what safe reopening would look like than previously reported—and in those details are more reasons the White House wouldn’t have wanted the guidelines released.
A few weeks ago, in one of his many branding brainstorms during this COVID-19 crisis, President Trump started calling himself a “wartime” president who was valiantly leading the country in the battle against “the invisible enemy.” This was rolled out like a campaign slogan, indicating that it was part of a planned strategy to put Trump [
Prominent creators such as Kenya Barris, Gloria Calderon Kellett and John Ridley discuss the effects of the coronavirus crisis on TV diversity.
Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg will headline CNN's weekly town hall event on the coronavirus on Thursday.
GULU, Uganda (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Before Uganda's coronavirus lockdown, HIV-positive Matina had a morning routine. After waking she drank tea, ate something small, and took her antiretroviral drugs as doctors instructed.