Intelligence officials and disease experts are shooting down Trump's claim that the US has good reason to believe the coronavirus originated in a Wuhan lab
- 2020-05-01 11:35:10Z
Joe Biden on Tuesday night deflected questions about President Donald Trump's allegations of improper behavior during the Obama administration and other conspiracy theories pushed by his top allies, saying, "I don't want to get down in the mud with these guys." Speaking at a Yahoo News virtual town hall, Biden, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, said Trump is trying to distract voters from his inadequate response to the coronavirus pandemic, which has killed more than 90,000 Americans. Trump has said the virus will disappear "like a miracle."
Nicaragua's Health Ministry on Tuesday confirmed a total of 17 people had died in the country from the novel coronavirus, while there were 254 cases in the past week, compared with a previously reported total count of eight deaths and 25 cases. The figures came after health workers cast doubt on official tallies of deaths and infections, noting that hospital wards were packed with patients suffering respiratory problems and that President Daniel Ortega's government had not imposed strict measures to contain the outbreak. "From May 12 to 19, we've treated and provided responsible, careful attention to 254 Nicaraguans with COVID-19, either confirmed or deemed probable by clinics," Health...
Apple is pushing employees to come back to the office as early as late May or early June while every other major tech company embraces remote work.
Former Vice President Joe Biden leads President Donald Trump in three key battleground states, according to separate polls released Tuesday.
The World Health Organization rejects US criticism it mishandled the early days of the coronavirus outbreak.
"The priority is we need to know as much as possible to prevent the reoccurrence," Dr. Gauden Galea said.
Intelligence officials and disease experts told The Washington Post that there's no evidence to back up Trump's theory.
The Duchess of Sussex has suffered a significant setback in her High Court battle against the Mail on Sunday, as a judge strikes out parts of her case as irrelevant. The Duchess's legal team will not be allowed to argue in court that the newspaper acted dishonestly, "stirred up" issues with her father, and had an "agenda" against her, a judge found. She is suing Associated Newspapers over the publication of parts of the handwritten letter to her father, which she claims breached her privacy, along with copyright and data protection laws. In a strike-out hearing last week, her representatives argued they should be permitted to build a picture of the newspaper's "bad faith" and "obvious...
Top Democrats have remained silent about the recent sexual assault allegations made by former Biden staffer Tara Reade. Carrie Severino, founder of the Judicial Crisis Network, speaks with Fox News about the political hypocrisy.