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Top Health Official Files Whistleblower Complaint Against Trump

The top doctor leading the federal effort to develop a coronavirus vaccine is filing a whistleblower complaint after Trump removed him from his post.

White House Spreads False Information About CDC Virus Warning

The White House is misleading the American people about a dire warning from the CDC on a second coronavirus wave in the fall.

HHS official says he was ousted after his objections to hydroxychloroquine drug Trump praised

Dr. Rick Bright says his demotion is an example of the White House putting "cronyism ahead of science."

How people without symptoms can still spread the coronavirus

Silent spreaders are playing a significant role in the pandemic.

CDC Director Clarifies Concerns Over Potential Second Wave Of Coronavirus

President Trump claimed Robert Redfield was "totally misquoted," but Redfield said he was quoted accurately.

Trump's Hoax: Obama Didn't Predict This Coronavirus And Design A Test For It

Trump has all kinds of excuses for his failures, including attacking his predecessor for not making a test for a disease that wouldn’t come to pass for t...

Inside Trump's Proposal To Suspend Legal Immigration Amid The Coronavirus Crisis

Here's what we know so far about the president's plan to temporarily suspend immigration.

The Untold Story of the Birth of Social Distancing

The idea has been around for centuries. But it took a high school science fair, George W. Bush, history lessons and some determined researchers to overcome skepticism and make it federal policy.

‘Instead of Coronavirus, the Hunger Will Kill Us.’ A Global Food Crisis Looms.

The world has never faced a hunger emergency like this, experts say. It could double the number of people facing acute hunger to 265 million by the end of this year.

Chinese Agents Helped Spread Messages That Sowed Virus Panic in U.S., Officials Say

American officials were alarmed by fake text messages and social media posts that said President Trump was locking down the country. Experts see a convergence with Russian tactics.

The Cold Calculations America’s Leaders Will Have to Make Before Reopening

With no vaccine or cure, the president, governors, mayors and county executives will have to decide how many deaths would be acceptable to restore a shattered economy.

Analysis | Trump said his CDC director was ‘misquoted.’ Then his CDC director said he was ‘accurately quoted.’

CDC Director Robert Redfield's warnings — and Trump’s pushback — highlight the president’s see-no-evil approach to the coronavirus pandemic.

Analysis | The Trump administration says states have the testing capacity they need. Governors say they lack testing supplies.

Nearly one-third of governors have said in the past week that they don’t have enough supplies to perform coronavirus tests.

Federal official ousted after coronavirus treatment clash has long history of working on vaccine preparedness

The Trump administration official who oversaw the production and purchase of vaccines before being abruptly dismissed Tuesday after clashing with the administration on coronavirus treatments is an international expert on vaccines with a lengthy work history in the field.

READ: Statement from leader of federal vaccine agency about his reassignment

Dr. Rick Bright, the director of the agency responsible for leading the charge on the production and purchase of vaccines in the Trump administration, released a statement Wednesday blaming political motives for his abrupt reassignment.

Trump: I 'disagreed strongly' with Georgia's reopening plan

President Donald Trump says he told Georgia's governor that he “disagreed strongly” with his decision to reopen some nonessential businesses that had been shuttered to contain the coronavirus

2 cats in NY become first US pets to test positive for virus

Two pet cats in New York state have tested positive for the coronavirus, marking the first confirmed cases in companion animals in the United States

Coronavirus map: Tracking the spread in the US and around the world -…

Coronavirus explainedEarly cases of COVID-19 are believed to be linked to a live-animal market in Wuhan, China. By Tuesday, the novel coronavirus outbreak in the United States had grown to at least...

Trump says coronavirus 'may not come back at all'

President Trump on Wednesday expressed confidence that the coronavirus will not hit the U.S.

Democratic senator calls for investigation into reassignment of key HHS official

Sen. Ed Markey (D-Mass.) on Wednesday called for an investigation into the removal of the former director of the federal office that will be at the forefront of developing a COVID-19 cure.

CDC director tries to walk back remarks on coronavirus

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Director Robert Redfield on Wednesday tried to temper remarks he made about the threat of a second wave of the novel coronavirus, saying the thrust of his comments was meant to urge Americ

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'Too soon': Trump told Georgia governor he 'strongly' disagrees about reopening

President Trump said Wednesday that he disagreed with Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp's decision to reopen some businesses as early as Friday.

CDC director tussles with reporters after his remarks about a second wave of coronavirus were misconstrued

Dr. Robert Redfield pushed back against a Washington Post report that claimed he said a second wave of coronavirus in the fall may be "more devastating."

Trump 'disagrees strongly' with Georgia governor's plan to reopen some businesses

In a head-turning moment at Wednesday's coronavirus briefing, President Trump told reporters that he "disagrees strongly" with Georgia Republican Gov. Brian Kemp's plan to reopen some businesses in his state, including gyms, barbershops and nail salons, on Friday.

Trump signs executive order temporarily suspending immigration into US amid coronavirus

President Trump announced Wednesday that he has signed his promised executive order temporarily suspending immigration to the United States during the coronavirus pandemic.

Watch Live: President Trump’s Coronavirus Task Force Holds Press Conference

President Donald Trump’s coronavirus task force will host a press briefing at the White House on Tuesday, scheduled for 5:00 p.m. EST.

Harvard Backs Down: University Says It Will Not Take Coronavirus Aid

One day after Harvard defied Trump by saying it would keep the money, the university did a full 180. | Education

HHS Chief Alex Azar Had Aide, Former Dog Breeder, Steer Pandemic Task Force

In January, Trump's health secretary tapped a trusted aide to run the agency's coronavirus response. That aide's previous job? Dog breeding.

Trump signs executive order temporarily suspending immigration

President Trump said at the White House coronavirus task force briefing that he signed the executive order temporarily suspending immigration to the U.S. as the economy works to reopen amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Vaccine Chief Says He Was Removed After Questioning Drug Trump Promoted

The first known U.S. death from the illness came in early February in California. Trump says he ‘strongly’ disagrees with Georgia’s governor on reopening some businesses.

Director of key federal vaccine agency says his departure was retaliation

The director of the office involved in developing a coronavirus vaccine says he was abruptly dismissed from his post in part because he resisted efforts to widen the availability of a coronavirus treatment pushed by President Donald Trump.

Trump: I 'disagree strongly' with Georgia governor's decision to start reopening economy

President Trump said Wednesday that he disagrees “strongly” with Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp's (R) decision to allow bowling alleys, hair salons and other businesses to reopen on Friday. 

Exclusive — South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem on Beating Coronavirus Without Lockdown: ‘We’re Much Better on Offense’

Kristi Noem told Breitbart News her state is winning the war against the coronavirus without the extreme measures some other states have implemented.

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