Serious questions are arising as to what's true about Coronavirus after an offer to send a Centers for Disease Control team earlier this month to support China's efforts to mitigate the outbreak of the infectious disease was denied, U.S....
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti threatened non-essential businesses that remain open during the coronavirus pandemic saying he would cut off their water and power, during a press conference this week. "We're still getting reports each day of non-essential businesses continuing...
"Seen the lights go out Broadway," are the words Bill Joel sings at the beginning of his 1976 song Miami 2017, but those lights won't be turning back on until June 7, said The Broadway League Wednesday, as it does it's...
Arguing that the virus spread "naturally...you would have to believe that happened 300 feet from the lab by pure coincidence," Washington Post columnist Josh Rogin told the American Enterprise Institute's "WHAT THE HELL IS GOING ON?" podcast on Tuesday. Rogin...
Watch the latest video at foxnews.com This is an exclusive reporting from Fox News: A mid-August 2016 counterintelligence briefing for the Trump campaign did not specifically warn officials about Russian outreach to the Trump team, nor did it warn that two...
Gov. Mike DeWine of Ohio said on Fox News that his state is going through some tough times and that Ohio's top health officials announced that there are likely over 100,000 undiagnosed cases of COVID-19 in the state thus...
Israel could be weeks away from developing a Covid-19 vaccine, Israeli researchers are saying. MIGAL, an internationally recognized research institute located in Israel’s Northern Galilee, is behind the latest effort that could bring a vaccine to the market in 90...
With the novel coronavirus placing a hold on elective procedures and procedures deemed "nonessential", the nation's leading care clinic says they're bleeding millions of dollars. The Mayo Clinic, based in Minnesota operating hospitals across the country, says it expects...
SANTA ANA, California – A Chinese national pleaded guilty yesterday to federal criminal charges for running an Orange County-based “birth tourism” business that catered to wealthy pregnant clients and Chinese government officials, charging them tens of thousands of dollars...
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