You don't have to be a scientist to help discover new planets.
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Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar was at pains to defend not only the administration’s response, but the president’s behavior.
Normally bustling with people and commerce, downtown Louisville is now the site of very little activity. The small number of businesses that remained open during the pandemic feel even more rarefied since protests erupted last week over the decision in Breonna Taylor’s case.
According to local news outlet, 35-year-old Andra Crockett was sentenced up to 130 years in prison for the 2019 shooting.
After the test, she complained of headaches, light sensitivity, and a metallic taste in her mouth
President Trump, who has now tested positive for the coronavirus, has a history of playing down its risks and scoffing at the need for precautions.
Cunningham admitted to sending sexual text messages to a woman who is not his wife but said he will not drop out of the race against Sen. Thom Tillis.
The victim was filming a TikTok video last weekend in lower Manhattan, and police are investigating the attack as a hate crime.
President Trump’s positive test for COVID-19 may not spark any sudden moves by foreign adversaries, but the news will be another blow to U.S. prestige on the global stage, according to national security experts.
U.S. Sen. Rick Scott said he misspoke Saturday when he said on national television that he had tested positive for COVID-19. During an interview Saturday morning on “Cavuto Live," when asked about three Senate colleagues who had contracted the virus in recent days, Scott said, “I was tested yesterday, I think for the 6th time, and I tested positive again.” A few moments before he misspoke, Scott had said that senators were still doing their jobs.
Fuad Adeyemi, an imam in Nigeria's capital Abuja, respects those who believe that a 22-year-old man accused of sharing a blasphemous message on WhatsApp should be punished. On the same day, the court sentenced a 13-year-old boy, Omar Farouq, to 10 years in prison, also for blasphemy. The sentences caused an international outcry and sparked a broader debate in Nigeria about the role of Islamic law in a country roughly evenly split between a predominantly Muslim north and mainly Christian south.
Police surrounded the grandfather Abel Mata as his neighbor, a samurai sword-wielding white woman, claimed he was an abductor.
Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan, Republican member of the House Judiciary Committee, joins ‘Fox & Friends.’
She is more than 50 years old and covered with scars and scratches.
President Trump tested positive for COVID-19 on Thursday night, and "obviously, given the president's age and his pre-existing illnesses, he's going to be at increased risk from this disease," CNN chief medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta said on Friday morning's New Day. "Still, the odds are very much in his favor ... greater than 90 percent, 95 percent chance that he will get through this."We know that his age, 244 pounds of weight, heart disease, and cholesterol level put Trump at higher risk, Gupta said. "When you're at his age, 65 to 74, it's about a five times greater likelihood that somebody will be hospitalized for this, as compared to somebody younger." But we don't know lots of other important information, he added, like whether he has symptoms or when he was infected, and "we still don't have full vision on his past medical history," including the story behind "that strange visit to Walter Reed back in November."> "Given the President's age and his pre-existing conditions illnesses, he's going to be at increased risk," @drsanjaygupta says on Trump testing positive for Covid-19. "But... the odds are very much in his favor... greater than 90%, 95% chance that he will get through this" pic.twitter.com/pndvHlwn37> > -- New Day (@NewDay) October 2, 2020Either way, Trump now has to isolate -- not quarantine, isolate -- for up to 14 days now, Gupta advised. and everyone he's been in contact with will "need to be quarantined, not just tested."British Prime Minister Boris Johnson "kept on working for several days and then it got worse over time," George Stephanopoulos said on Friday's Good Morning America. ABC News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jennifer Ashton said Trump will likely avoid the worst but not get off scot free: "About 80 percent of people infected with COVID-19 do not require hospitalization. That doesn't mean, though, that their disease course will be mild. It just means that they can be managed in a home environment. And we also know that 45 percent of those infected -- up to 45 percent -- will show no symptoms." > "This virus has shown us from the beginning that it's mysterious and insidious and can come in waves." @DrJAshton weighs in on Pres. Trump's health after the diagnosis. https://t.co/r7eiwxvEpt pic.twitter.com/CUewykb9mK> > -- Good Morning America (@GMA) October 2, 2020More stories from theweek.com 4 major political consequences of Trump's coronavirus diagnosis Trump critics can't believe he went to buffet fundraiser hours before his COVID-19 announcement 4 plausible election scenarios after Trump's coronavirus diagnosis
‘The timing of this continues to be suspect’, says FLOTUS aide
American Airlines flight attendants share their stories as the furloughs affecting the airline industry begin amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Authorities deployed hundreds of law enforcement personnel, including six sniper teams and Border Patrol agents, during George Floyd’s June burial in suburban Houston, due in part to online rumors of possible protests and riots, according to documents obtained by the American Civil Liberties Union of Texas. Authorities prepared for the possibility of “violent protesting” and vandalism at the Pearland police department and municipal court building, which were near the cemetery, according to the documents first exposed by VICE News.
Louisville police officers carried out a no-knock raid at the home of Breonna Taylor despite the fact that they were repeatedly told there were no packages, "suspicious or otherwise," delivered to the residence that could be tied to their drug investigation, according to a new report. The 26-year-old EMT was fatally shot March 13 after three Louisville Metropolitan Police officers burst into ...
Trump received an IV infusion of the antiviral drug remdesivir on Friday. The therapy is typically reserved for severe cases.
Comments follow First Lady’s expression of gratitude following coronavirus diagnosis