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Commander Greg Carnicle, a 31-year police veteran, died after being shot in the line of duty. Two officers were shot and are expected to recover.
Just hours after it was confirmed that New York's coronavirus death toll has shot up to over 1,000 people, President Donald Trump has predicted that the state will be "fine" because he's heard "stories" that it has more than enough ventilators to go round.The president appeared on Fox & Friends Monday, a day after he officially abandoned his hope of reopening the U.S. economy by Easter after his aides successfully persuaded him to keep federal guidelines on social distancing in place through the end of April. In a 54-minute phone call, the president dismissed concerns that New York could be overwhelmed, and took credit for the rising popularity of state governor Andrew Cuomo."I think New...
President Donald Trump said Monday he expects his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin to request the lifting of US sanctions during an upcoming phone call. "Yeah, he'll probably ask for that," Trump told Fox News. Last Thursday, Putin told G20 leaders during a conference call that he wanted a moratorium on sanctions as a "matter of life and death" during the global coronavirus outbreak.
Italy's measures to halt coronavirus contagion do not seem to be working and it should change its strategy by setting up centres to separate people with suspected symptoms from their families, a prominent Italian scientist said on Monday. Italy, which has suffered the world's highest death toll
President Donald Trump said on Monday he planned to speak with Russian President Vladimir Putin and said Saudi Arabia and Russia "both went crazy" in their oil-price war, a battle begun just as the spread of the coronavirus around the world squashed oil demand. "I never thought I'
NBC got an exclusive look at virtual training sessions that the party hopes will reach thousands.
A group of residents from an island town in Maine cut down a tree and dragged it into the middle of a road in an attempt to forcibly quarantine three roommates they believed could have the new coronavirus after arriving from out of state, law enforcement officials said Saturday.The tree was discovered
President Trump extends social distancing guidelines until April 30 as US death count nears 2,500 and Dow Jones braces for a rough week.
People of color have many underlying health conditions that could make them vulnerable to health risks from coronavirus, experts said.
"I think in some of the metro areas we were late in getting people to follow the 15-day guidelines," the White House coronavirus response coordinator said on "TODAY."
Sheriff tells leaders of The River at Tampa Bay Church they violated local "safer-at-home" order.
The tests could allow thousands of people to leave German states' coronavirus lockdowns early and return to work and other activities.
Italy's count of new coronavirus deaths and infections are starting to fall, though the country is likely still in for an extended lockdown.
North Korea said Monday that "reckless remarks" by U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo made it clear that Washington has no intention of resuming nuclear talks and Pyongyang warned that it is now compelled to pay back "the pains the U.S. has imposed on our people." During a recent meeting of G-7 foreign ministers, Pompeo called for the international community to apply more pressure on the North to give up its nuclear program. Pompeo's remarks showed the U.S. has no strategy to stop "a countdown of confrontation," the North said in a statement attributed to an unidentified North Korean foreign ministry official in charge of negotiations with Washington.
One governor is listening to public health experts on coronavirus; another isn't. Guess which one Trump is trashing?
The price of crude sinks to $23 a barrel as demand plummets due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The World Health Organization's recommended virus precautions seem far-fetched for many of Zimbabwe's 15 million people. Last year a United Nations expert called the number of hungry people in Zimbabwe "shocking" for a country not in conflict. Harare, like most cities and towns across Zimbabwe, has an acute water shortage and residents at times go for months, even years, without a working tap.
Hundreds of thousands of migrant workers are fleeing cities, posing a fresh risk of infection.
Mar.30 -- China's lifting of restrictions related to the coronavirus has been successful, according to research by Imperial College in London. "As movement increased and China restarted their economy, we didn't see an increase in transmission," says Dr. Kylie Ainslie, research associate in influenza dynamics in the Department of Infectious Disease Epidemiology at Imperial. She speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: European Open."
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy warned that people will be "named and shamed" as authorities enforce the state's stay-at-home order.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex reportedly moved from Canada to the US amid the virus outbreak.
Liberia's ex-President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf says the world must conquer fear to deal with coronavirus.
Amazon employees at a New York City warehouse plan to walk out Monday, as more workers demand better protections amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
President Donald Trump, who excoriated General Motors Co on Friday and invoked emergency powers to compel the production of badly needed ventilators to tackle the coronavirus pandemic, has abruptly shifted gears to praise the automaker. Trump, who has been on the defensive for not moving faster to compel
Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte's government prepared Italians for a "very long" lockdown Sunday that would only be lifted gradually despite its economic hardship and traumatic impact on daily lives. The message from ministers and health officials came as Italy's world-topping toll rose by 756 -- well bellow Friday's record of 969 -- and the rate of coronavirus infections slowed to under six percent for the first time. "The measures expiring on April 3 will inevitably be extended," Regional Affairs Minister Francesco Boccia told Italy's Sky TG24 television.
The FBI has reportedly reached out to Republican Sen. Richard Burr as part of the investigation, which is in its early stages.
Trump said this a day after the number of coronavirus deaths in the US passed 2,000, and as he extended social distancing until April 30.
As of Friday, at least 11 students at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia, have reported symptoms suggesting they have the COVID-19 coronavirus, Dr. Thomas Eppes Jr., the physician in charge of student health services, told The New York Times on Sunday. Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr. came under fire last week when he reopened the campus to students at the end of their spring break, despite public health officials warning against it and Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam (D) banning gatherings of more than 100 people in the state. Falwell said 1,900 students returned to campus last week, and more than 800 have since left. Eppes on Sunday said of the students who have...
"I was quoting you directly from your interview with Sean Hannity," PBS' Yamiche Alcindor told Trump when he accused her of being "threatening."
Hundreds attended a Pentecostal church Sunday despite the governor's order to avoid large gatherings.
A Naval hospital ship is en route to New York City. Italy's death toll has surpassed 10,000. It's the weekend's biggest news.
The drugs have been championed by President Donald Trump for treatment despite scant evidence.
The US president extends measures to 30 April, saying casualties are likely to peak in two weeks.
While most global sport has shut down over the coronavirus pandemic, a US third-level women's golf tour is playing through, aided by a ruling declaring Arizona courses as essential businesses - and where a winner's prize recently included a toilet roll. The Cactus Tour will stage its 12th 54-hole event of the year, and third since major US sports league went silent, starting Tuesday at Sun City Country Club in Arizona. "They gave some toilet paper," Burnham told the Detroit News.
(Bloomberg) -- U.S. equity futures slumped with crude oil after the top American infectious disease expert said deaths from the coronavirus in the world's largest economy may reach 200,000.West Texas Intermediate crude dropped below $20 a barrel at one point, while the yen edged higher. Asian equities looked set for losses after U.S. stocks snapped three days of gains on Friday. The weekend saw further moves to contain the coronavirus, with President Donald Trump extending guidelines to April 30. In Europe, Spain recorded its most daily deaths so far, though fatalities in Italy declined for a second day.The Aussie was lower after the country limited public gatherings to just two people....
(Bloomberg) -- U.S. stock futures fell, rolling back more of last week's surge, as traders reacted to weekend news that included U.S. coronavirus cases topping 132,000 and warnings that U.K. lockdowns could last six months.Contacts on the S&P 500 expiring in June fell 2% to 2,472 as of 6:59 p.m. in New
Only a few days after saying that he would like to see the country "opened up and raring to go by Easter" and maybe relax rules for at least some parts of the U.S. sooner than later, President Trump today announced that he is extending the government's social distancing guidelines through April 30. The original "15 days to slow the spread" campaign launched just under two weeks ago, on March 15.
President Donald Trump on Sunday officially abandoned his hope of reopening the U.S. economy by Easter, saying he would keep federal guidelines on social distancing in place through the end of April."The better you do, the faster this whole nightmare will end," Trump said at a Rose Garden press conference on Sunday evening. "We can expect that by June 1, we will be well on our way to recovery, we think by June 1. A lot of great things will be happening."Trump also left open the possibility that the guidelines could be extended further. "We hope not, but we think it's going to, we have aspirational thoughts. We would have loved for it to have been sooner, but you have to do it right.""We...
Lawmakers and security experts have long warned of security flaws in the underbelly of the world's cell networks. Now a whistleblower says the Saudi government is exploiting those flaws to track its citizens across the U.S. as part of a "systematic" surveillance campaign. The Guardian obtained a cache of data amounting to millions of locations on Saudi citizens over a four-month period beginning in November.
Trump last week said he wanted to see the much of the country opening back up by Easter.
Singer-songwriter John Prine, who received a Grammy lifetime achievement award this year, is in critical condition with symptoms of coronavirus, his family relayed via his Twitter account Sunday. "After a sudden onset of Covid-19 symptoms, John was hospitalized on Thursday (3/26)," the statement from the Prine family said. "He was intubated Saturday evening, and continues […]
The harrowing image shows the bodies of deceased COVID-19 patients being stored in a refrigerated truck outside the ambulance bay.
MLB commissioner Rob Manfred recently expressed his optimistic outlook, saying that he hoped the league would begin "gearing back up" in May. That would put a regular season return potentially at the end of June or at some point in July. President Trump recently said he wanted to "open" the economy back up by Easter, meaning that our social isolation plan could be done in two weeks. Frankly, there's a very real possibility that there is no MLB season in 2020.
He went viral for distancing from his wife and 1-year-old son. Days later, his house was destroyed by a tornado that hit Jonesboro, Arkansas.
U.S. President Donald Trump has offered his opinion on the future of Prince Harry and his wife Meghan, insisting the United States government won't pay for the couple's security if they live in the United States. It was reported that Harry and Meghan, who left the Kingdom, would reside permanently in
U.S. President Donald Trump accused hospitals on Sunday of hoarding ventilators that are in scarce supply across the United States as the coronavirus spreads, adding any hospitals not using the devices must release them. Trump, whose critics have accused him of trying to deflect blame over his handling of the crisis, did not cite any evidence to back his accusation that hospitals were hoarding the devices. "We have some healthcare workers, some hospitals ... hoarding equipment including ventilators," Trump said at the White House following a meeting with corporate executives, including from U.S. Medical Group.
What is unfolding in New York City offers a case study in how the virus attacks all aspects of life, as well as what can be done to beat it back.
On national holiday he declared, president who avoided draft salutes those who servedDonald Trump marked National Vietnam War Veterans Day on Sunday, with a tweet praising those who served in a conflict that involved US combat operations in Indochina from 1965 to 1973 ."You have earned our gratitude and thanks," he wrote, "by your actions years ago and what you have done since returning home. The nation thanks you and your families for your service and sacrifice. We love you!"On Twitter on Sunday, Trump's message to veterans met with a mix of thanks and severe scorn, given his track record regarding the Vietnam war.Trump instituted the official holiday in 2017. Now 73, he was of age to be...
As Trump considers easing social distancing guidelines, health expert Anthony Fauci says millions will contract coronavirus, up to 200,000 may die.
Andrea Napoli didn't fit the usual profile of a coronavirus patient. At 33, he was in perfect health, with no history of respiratory disease. Until that day, Napoli was following his routine of work, jogging and swimming.