Lindsay Graham Promises to Cut U.S. Funding to WHO Unless There's a Change in Leadership
"They've been deceptive, they've been slow, and they've been Chinese apologists. I don't think they're a good investment under the current leadership for the United States."
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Tesla to furlough workers, cut employee salaries due to coronavirus
Tesla Inc told employees on Tuesday it would furlough all non-essential workers and implement salary cuts during a shut down of its U.S. production facilities because of the...
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Australia's Treasury Wine, to cope with virus, weighs Penfolds demerger, U.S. cutback
Australia's Treasury Wine Estates Ltd said it may spin off the prestigious Penfolds label and shrink its low-end "commercial" division in the United States as it seeks ways to...
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U.S. government memo: Zoom is taking security concerns seriously
Video conferencing company Zoom has been responsive to concerns over its software, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security said in a memo recently.
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Sacramento nurse goes to New York to help in COVID-19 fight
A nurse from Sacramento has volunteered to go to New York, which has seen more novel coronavirus-related deaths than any other state in the U.S., to fight the deadly virus on...
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Oil prices jump on hopes for OPEC, Russia meeting on output cuts
Oil bounced back on Wednesday, with U.S. crude jumping over $1, lifted by hopes that a meeting between OPEC members and allied producers on Thursday will trigger output cuts to...
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How sports leagues are responding to coronavirus and what fans are doing to get through it
Here's everything you should know on where professional leagues in the U.S. stand on their coronavirus response, and when you can expect your teams to return.
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U.S. Needs to Flatten the Curve and 'Raise the Line'
How everybody can do their part to help doctors fight coronavirus, in one chart.
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FDA approves first U.S. trial of Japanese coronavirus drug
A drug that the Japanese government has claimed could be a possible treatment for coronavirus is going to see its first clinical trial in the U.S., as three Massachusetts...
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Trump Allies Are Helping to Push an Unproven Coronavirus Drug in Texas
When a coronavirus outbreak hit a Texas nursing home, Dr. Robin Armstrong reached for an unproven treatment: the anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine. First, he needed to find...
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Singer-songwriter John Prine dies at 73 from coronavirus complications
His family announced he died from complications from the coronavirus.
Jack Dorsey sets aside $1 billion for charity. His initial focus...
It's around 28% of his wealth.
100 American Airlines flight attendants have coronavirus, union says
The union representing flight attendants for American Airlines says about 100 flight attendants have tested positive for the coronavirus.
Acting Navy boss submits resignation after coronavirus-firing uproar
Acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly has submitted a letter of resignation to Defense Secretary Mark Esper.
President Trump removes watchdog tapped for oversight of $2 trillion virus...
It was not immediately clear who will now oversee the rescue law.
World War II veteran busts a move in quarantine
A 97-year-old World War II veteran is showing all of us that during these uncertain times, sometimes the best medicine can be to get up and dance.
$35 co-pay insulin program now available in response to coronavirus crisis
The program allows "anyone with commercial insurance and those without insurance at all" to fill out their monthly insulin prescriptions for $35.
Dr. Fauci says the coronavirus is 'shining a bright light' on 'unacceptable'...
Dr. Anthony Fauci struck an emotional tone when discussing the disproportionate death toll facing African Americans from COVID-19 during Tuesday's White House Coronavirus Task...
White House Press Secretary Grisham Moves Back To First Lady's Office
Stephanie Grisham, Trump's third press secretary, did not hold a press briefing during her tenure. She is moving back to the first lady's office. (Image credit: Chip...
Sen. Rand Paul recovers from coronavirus; volunteering at hospital
"Together we will overcome this," Senator Paul said.