ORLANDO, Fla. -- Data released this week by the White House paints a bleak portrait for Florida's hospitals, which are already grappling with the biggest public health crisis in a century with the worst still yet to come. ...Read more
MIAMI -- As of Monday, Carolina Guity and her husband will be jobless with two young children at home to feed.
Guity, an undocumented domestic worker from Honduras, was one of tens of thousands of people in Florida who ...Read more
SAN DIEGO -- With a traditional Navy pipe and the ringing of four bells, the quarterdeck watch stander on board the San Diego-based carrier Theodore Roosevelt announced his captain's final departure according to Navy ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- President Donald Trump has fired the Intelligence Community inspector general who raised alarm over a whistleblower's complaint that led eventually to Trump's impeachment.
Michael Atkinson alerted Congress ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- President Donald Trump said he doesn't support mail-in voting as a way to limit the spread of the coronavirus, arguing that sending ballots increases the likelihood of fraud.
"I think a lot of people cheat ...Read more
SHANGHAI -- They speak to him like they know him, calling him brother, uncle, doctor, hero, comrade, martyr, friend.
"Doctor Li, I had a dream that I saw my grandfather just now," one person writes on Dr. Li Wenliang's ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- They had seemingly done the impossible. The union that represents healthcare workers in California announced it had arranged the purchase of 39 million N95 masks for hospitals and government agencies that ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- As the need for COVID-19 testing grows, the city of Los Angeles received an unexpected boost from actor Sean Penn and his nonprofit organization, Community Organized Relief Effort. The group, known as CORE, ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- The number of requests made by cities to the Army Corps of Engineers for field hospitals skyrocketed this week to 750 from 114, as states brace for an expected wave of coronavirus cases in the next three ...Read more
Supreme Court postpones all April arguments because of coronavirus
The Supreme Court has canceled all April arguments because of the coronavirus, it announced Friday in a news release.
All planned arguments for March and...Read more
BERLIN -- Roughly 300 people gathered outside a mosque in the German capital Berlin despite a ban on public gatherings amid the coronavirus pandemic, police said late Friday.
They were apparently responding to calls to ...Read more
Venezuelan families made destitute by Colombia's coronavirus lockdown are walking a thousand miles or more across the Andes to get home.
Nicolas Maduro's Venezuela might be undergoing one of the deepest economic slumps in...Read more
Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers called the state legislature into a special session on Saturday to cancel in-person voting in Tuesday's primary and instead switch to an all mail-in vote with an extended deadline in response to ...Read more
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