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President Donald Trump says he'll "take a look" at the legal case of Joseph Maldonado-Passage, also known as "Joe Exotic," who is the central figure of the new Netflix series "Tiger King."
Washington State military members are using 3D printers and computers to design and produce face shields to help protect health care workers treating coronavirus patients.
A long-standing Jewish tradition is surviving the coronavirus pandemic by moving online. While they cannot gather at one table, families are sharing the Passover meal known as Seder through platforms like Zoom.
The coronavirus has forced Jewish families to limit the celebratory Passover meals known as seders and embrace digital connections with socially distant family and friends.
US President Donald Trump said on Wednesday social distancing and other measures aimed at stopping the spread of the coronavirus were having an impact. At the daily White House briefing, Trump told reporters Americans were heading into the "final...
President Donald Trump on Wednesday doubled down on his claims that the United States was going to investigate the World Health Organization. "I think they have to get their priorities right," Trump said during a White House briefing.
Hawaii National Guard troops are screening passengers for coronavirus symptoms at Daniel K. Inouye International Airport in Honolulu. All visitors to Hawaii are now required to be quarantined for 14 days.
Sen. Bernie Sanders ended his presidential bid on Wednesday, making Joe Biden the presumptive Democratic nominee to challenge President Donald Trump in a general election campaign being waged against the backdrop of the coronavirus pandemic.
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden said during a virtual townhall event that much of the pain caused by the coronavirus pandemic could have been avoided by "swift" action, but added that all the help reveals the "soul of America."
Three southeast Indiana counties have among the highest per-capita coronavirus infection rates in the US. Sean Durbin is working to stem the spread of the virus in Decatur County, while grieving the loss of a friend to COVID-19.
Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards said Wednesday that the state is seeing encouraging signs in its fight against coronavirus, but cautioned that everyone still has to follow stay-at-home orders.
U.S. researchers have opened another safety test of an experimental COVID-19 vaccine, this one using a skin-deep shot instead of the usual deeper jab. Researchers are testing a vaccine by biotech company Inovio Pharmaceuticals.
Ed Helms stars with Taraji P. Henson in the new comedy, “Coffee & Kareem.” The former “Office” star reveals why he had to do this movie, and also says he’s grateful for all of the essential workers during the coronavirus pandemic.
Pastors across the U.S. are holding drive-in worship and other innovative services to bring their congregants closer together while observing social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic.
The National Guard is expected to increase the number of its troops by more than 10,000 in the next week or two in the fight against the coronavirus, the commander of National Guard Bureau said Wednesday.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom says he hopes to increase the state's stockpile of PPE and ventilators in the coming weeks and that he hopes they will eventually be able to aid nearby states as needs arise amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Here's the latest for Wednesday April 8th: Bernie Sanders ends his 2020 presidential bid; Coronavirus has hit black and Latino communities hard in New York; Restrictions in Wuhan are lifted; Some crop growers have lost their distribution networks
The Arizona National Guard is helping food banks in northern Arizona pack and distribute food to people who may not be able to afford it during the coronavirus pandemic.
The World Health Organization was on the defensive Wednesday after U.S. President Donald Trump blasted the U.N. health body over its recommendations on the coronavirus.