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World leaders say they have so far failed to identify a single coronavirus antibody test which is accurate enough for use
World leaders say they have so far failed to identify a single coronavirus antibody test which is accurate enough for use

The search for a coronavirus antibody test which could allow the worldwide coronavirus lockdown to end has failed to identify any that work.

The US Navy just fired a commander for creating
The US Navy just fired a commander for creating 'little bit of a panic' on his aircraft carrier reeling with the coronavirus - but its reasoning isn't adding up

Navy officials said the aircraft-carrier commander was "not being careful" and his actions "created a little bit of a panic on the ship."

White House coronavirus briefings: How much is must-see TV?

Media outlets are grappling with how to cover the president's coronavirus briefings, which mix valuable information with inaccurate assertions.

Trump warns US headed for
Trump warns US headed for 'very, very painful two weeks'

President Donald Trump on Tuesday warned of a "very painful" two weeks as the United States wrestles with a coronavirus surge that the White House warns could kill as many as 240,000 Americans. "This is going to be a very painful, a very, very painful two weeks," Trump told a press conference at the White House. Trump described the pandemic as "a plague."

Bob Iger will forgo his entire salary this year as Disney risks losing billions in revenue. Here
Bob Iger will forgo his entire salary this year as Disney risks losing billions in revenue. Here's how the media titan makes and spends his $690 million fortune.

Bob Iger became the CEO of Disney in 2005. Since then, he's built up a fortune greater than that of Disney's actual heir.

Taiwan says US media expelled from China are welcome
Taiwan says US media expelled from China are welcome

American journalists expelled by China are welcome to set up shop in Taiwan, foreign minister Joseph Wu said Saturday, as the democratic island burnishes its credentials as a regional free speech haven. Beijing ordered the expulsion of 13 journalists from the New York Times, Washington Post and Wall Street Journal earlier this month as part of a widening spat over media freedoms with the United States. The move marked the biggest crackdown on the foreign press in China in recent decades.