In an op-ed for the Wall Street Journal and on a call with governors, Vice President Mike Pence continued to push factually inaccurate information about the coronavirus.
In an intimate interview, the city’s first Black female mayor discusses the city’s resilience during the COVID-19 crisis, the power of trust and how her own story wouldn't be the same without the people who live there.
Days after McConnell said the Obama administration had not left a pandemic playbook, the Senate Majority Leader said on Fox News that he was mistaken.
The Republican-led Senate is not expected to take up the legislation, already declaring it "dead on arrival" without even seeing it.
Days after Mitch McConnell said Barack Obama should keep his mouth shut about the response to the pandemic, the former president has spoken out.
Mitch McConnell's characterization of Barack Obama has people feeling some kind of way.
Sens. Kamala Harris, Bernie Sanders and Ed Markey are proposing legislation to give $2,000 per month to individuals making less than $120,000.
Members of National Nurses United, the nation’s largest nurses union, say not enough is being done to protect health care workers.
An AP report details the White House's decision to shelve CDC guidelines that outline effective ways to resume life amid a health pandemic.
As gratitude for the tireless efforts of these women continues to pour in, these images showing the bravery of America's fearless frontline workers will forever be in our hearts and minds.
Susan Rice disagrees.
The measure will likely cast a wider net for COVID-19 testing going forward.
Hydroxychloroquine Doesn't Work For Severely Ill Coronavirus Patients, Preliminary Study Results Show
A study on hydroxychloroquine sponsored by the New York State Department Of Health did not yield any promising preliminary results.
The governor, disturbed by the Senate Majority Leader's suggestion that states file for bankruptcy, ripped into the Kentucky lawmaker.
The Senate has approved a $484 billion relief package intended to aid flailing businesses. Critics of the bill say it doesn't go far enough.
Kemp also announced that gyms, fitness centers, barbershops, hair salons and nail salons would be permitted to open on April 24.
Woman Forms Black Doctors Consortium To Bring COVID-19 Testing To Underserved Communities In Philadelphia
A team of Philadelphia doctors has decided to take testing matters into its own hands.