Nearly 1 out of every 100 residents is infected with the virus, hospital intensive care units are full or filling up and big-name visitors who chose Florida for their first post-isolation events are now mired in questions about safety.
The government has traced the bulk of new infections to a single category of activity: public gatherings, particularly weddings. But Israelis across the political spectrum are demanding to know how their government could have fumbled so badly after getting it so right.
In the race for a coronavirus vaccine, scientists are turning to RNA testing. How the Small Business Administration funneled money to major chains. And, why historically black colleges and universities face unique challenges during the pandemic.
President Trump’s view of the world was shaped by his desire during childhood to avoid his father’s disapproval, according to the niece, Mary L. Trump, whose book is by turns a family history and a psychological analysis of her uncle.
Politicians, donors and party officials, especially seniors at higher risk of complications from covid-19, face a difficult choice between a personal risk to their health and a potential backlash from the president and his supporters.
Marine Gen. Kenneth F. McKenzie Jr., who heads U.S. Central Command, said the United States must remain patient as Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi challenges groups with formidable military and political clout.
It’s unclear whether the schools push will be a political winner for President Trump. Some parents are eager to return to normal but many others, fearful of the coronavirus, have told districts they want to keep their children home this fall.
At least 10 U.S. carriers have signaled they will accept loans in addition to billions of dollars in government grants as they struggle to stay afloat amid the worst economic downturn in the industry's history.
The jump in coronavirus cases threatens to arrest the country’s early economic recovery, leaving hard-hit states including Texas facing the prospect of another round of massive losses that could imperil their budgets.
Atlanta Dream co-owner Kelly Loeffler, a Republican senator from Georgia who is in a tight campaign to keep her seat, wrote WNBA Commissioner Cathy Engelbert saying politics has no role in sports. Players responded by asking that she be removed from ownership.