Texas, followed by Mississippi, brushed off warnings to not relax restrictions on Tuesday, saying businesses, including restaurants and bars, could operate as normal from coming week
'A different Christmas': COVID-19 dampens celebrations across the world; UK buckles down after new virus strain detected
Countries like Italy, Austria, and Germany have imposed curfews for Christmas and New Year's Eve. Others, like Israel, are preparing to impose new lockdown restrictions
President-elect Biden said citizens should forego high-risk holiday traditions as cases of the virus continue to surge in the US, which, with over 2,62,100 deaths, is the world's worst-hit nation
Pfizer, BioNTech seek emergency use of COVID-19 shots in US, but vaccine still months away, say experts
Friday’s filing sets off a chain of events as the US FDA and its independent advisers debate if the shots are ready. If so, still the CDC will have to decide how the initial limited supplies are rationed out to anxiously awaiting Americans
Progressives who drive the Democratic Party's health care agenda say Biden must try as hard as he can to deliver, even if Republicans get a majority in the Senate
The US surge mirrors a similarly widespread spike in Europe, where Rome, Paris, and other major cities are reining in nightlife as part of the increasingly drastic measures undertaken to slow the spread of the pandemic
During an interview to CBS, the US' top infectious diseases expert appeared to be referring to the White House Rose Garden event on 26 September, which he had previously labelled as a "super-spreader" event
Donald Trump canvasses in must-win states of Florida and Georgia amid voter disenchantment over COVID-19 response
Earlier this week, Trump also had to court voters in Iowa, a state where he is neck and neck with Joe Biden, though he won the state by 9 points in 2016
White House reports spate of COVID-19 cases: A list of top US officials who've contracted the coronavirus
Stephen Miller was the latest person to have tested positive in the White House in the past few days after Trump himself contracted the infection
Joe Biden and wife Jill test negative for COVID-19; Democratic nominee tweets reminder to follow protocol
Biden and his wife were tested earlier on Friday after news of US president Donald Trump and First Lady Melania testing COVID-19 positive was announced
There is no evidence, however, of widespread voter fraud through mail-in voting, even in states with all-mail votes.
The number of deaths between March and May officially listed as due to COVID-19 was 95,235, or 28 percent less than the excess number, claims the study.
'US will have 100,000 new coronavirus cases a day,' warns top health expert Anthony Fauci as country sees around 40,000 new infections a day
Fauci said the daily increase in new coronavirus cases in the United States, currently around 40,000, could reach 100,000 unless a full nationwide effort was undertaken to tamp down the resurgent virus.
George Floyd protests in US: With Donald Trump in the White House, the fight for racial justice gets nastier
By constantly threatening to deploy federal troops through executive fiat and encouraging states to use force against protesters, US president Donald Trump is openly flirting with militaristic authoritarianism while testing the limits of the law
US president Donald Trump says he is 'very confident' COVID-19 vaccine will be available by end of the year
Donald Trump commented Sunday night during a televised town hall sponsored by Fox News channel.
As coronavirus toll crosses 60,000 in US, Donald Trump says he won't extend social distancing guidelines
The White House and Donald Trump in particular have been eager to give the country positive news as they work to move past the crisis and rebuild the economy, even as the country's death tally continues to rise.
After Donald Trump's coronavirus disinfectant gaffe, White House aims for US president to refocus on economy
Days after he publicly mused that scientists should explore the injection of toxic disinfectants as a potential virus cure, Donald Trump has now rejected the utility of his daily task force briefings, where he has time and again clashed with scientific experts.
Donald Trump claims his remarks on injecting disinfectants to fight coronavirus were 'sarcastic' after medical experts raise alarm
Donald Trump said at a Thursday news briefing that scientists should explore whether inserting light or disinfectant into the bodies of coronavirus patients might help treat COVID-19, the respiratory illness caused by the virus.
Don’t inject disinfectants, health officials leapt to warn on Friday, reacting to President Donald Trump’s comment that disinfectants perhaps could be injected or ingested to fight COVID-19
Donald Trump displayed none of the carefree dismissiveness that characterised his reaction to the coronavirus in February and early March, when he repeatedly said that “we have it totally under control” and that “it’s going to be just fine.”