Thursday, July 2, 2020
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will be indicted on bribery and breach of trust charges arising from three separate corruption investigations, pending a hearing, Israel's attorney general announced Thursday evening. The announcement, so close to April's general election, marks a...
If a person with blood type A transmits the virus to a person with type O blood, the type O person will have antibodies that can fight the virus. People with blood type O have less of a chance of...
From the earliest days of the global coronavirus pandemic, the NFL has plowed ahead with business as usual, determined to not let COVID-19 interfere with the 2020 offseason and regular season. That strategy may soon be adjusted. NFL Network’s Ian...
Eighth-graders at the Waldorf School in Santa Fe, New Mexico had spent the entire year raising $2,800 for their rafting trip, a thrilling end to their time in middle school. But then came Covid-19. Rather than mope after the trip's...
When Rep. Rob Woodall, R-Ga., announced last week that he wouldn’t seek re-election next year, it was a timely reminder not to forget about the House of Representatives in the 2020 election cycle. Woodall's 2018 challenger, Carolyn Bourdeaux, who came within...
The nation's leading infectious disease expert, Dr. Anthony Fauci, said he’s “cautiously optimistic” a coronavirus vaccine will provide some protection, but is concerned about how long that protection could last. And when we finally do get a vaccine, experts say it'll likely...
Bernie Sanders filed Monday to be a candidate for the Senate in 2024 — as an independent. But last month, Sanders filed as a Democrat for president. It's not unusual for candidates to file with the Federal Election Commission for re-election to their current...
Health experts in the USA have raised concerns over the spread of coronavirus in the country as thousands of people have ascended the streets of the country since the past week over the brute force used by police on...
The Trump administration is planning to defund a number of COVID-19 testing sites across the country, and it remains unclear whether doing so might be part of a broad plan by the president to “slow down on testing.” Thirteen sites...
NC sees record high for COVID-19 hospitalizations North Carolina’s hospitalizations from coronavirus continue to grow. The state hit a record high for hospitalizations Tuesday, with 774 people currently in the hospital with severe COVID-19 symptoms -- 35 more than the...