Trump couldn't keep it together when he was pressed on his claim that the coronavirus won't come back stronger in the second wave.
The top doctor leading the federal effort to develop a coronavirus vaccine is filing a whistleblower complaint after Trump removed him from his post.
Dr. Rick Bright says his demotion is an example of the White House putting "cronyism ahead of science."
Silent spreaders are playing a significant role in the pandemic.
President Trump claimed Robert Redfield was "totally misquoted," but Redfield said he was quoted accurately.
In January, Trump's health secretary tapped a trusted aide to run the agency's coronavirus response. That aide's previous job? Dog breeding.
“I plead with the American public," Fauci said as he urged people to keep abiding by social distancing measures and asked lawmakers to heed expert advice.
In a White House Press briefing, Dr. Anthony Fauci said "We will have coronavirus in the fall. I am convinced of that...In the fall, we will be much, much better prepared." He said this shortly after the president said the virus "may not come back at all."
Laura Ingraham called hydroxychloroquine “a game changer.” But after a month of coverage, she stopped discussing the drug on the air.
The startling discovery that the virus was responsible for a Feb. 6 death in California raises questions about where else it might have been spreading undetected.
“I think it’s too soon,” said the president, who joined several mayors in questioning Gov. Brian Kemp, a Republican, who had said some businesses could resume on Friday.
President has a tenuous relationship with his own administration’s scientific and public health experts.
Trump said he disagrees with the Georgia governor's decision to reopen some businesses.
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.
New York researchers have submitted to the state health department preliminary results of their work looking at hydroxychloroquine, the drug President Trump has touted as a "game changer" in the fight against coronavirus.
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.
President Donald Trump has long touted a malaria medication, as researchers raise questions.
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
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
An optimistic president is looking forward to Fourth of July celebrations on the Mall and promising air displays above American cities, while his scientific advisers are urging caution, with warnings that COVID-19 could return in the fall when cases of flu burden hospitals.
CNN analyst Gloria Borger said Wednesday that President Donald Trump appeared to be like "the executioner" standing beside experts as they spoke to the press.
Dr. Anthony Fauci on Wednesday said that the social mitigation strategies set by the White House coronavirus task force had worked.
President Donald Trump on Wednesday questioned the decision made by Georgia Governor Brian Kemp to reopening some businesses.
Dr. Rick Bright protested after being reassigned -- in retaliation, he claims, for his reluctance to fast-track hydroxycholorquine.
Earlier today US health official Dr. Rick Bright told reporters he was ousted because he insisted on limiting the use of a drug President Donald Trump has pushed as a Covid-19 treatment despite little clinical evidence it works. Rick Bright was abruptly pushed out of his position as the director of the Biomedical Advanced Research…
Dr. Rick Bright said he was removed as head of BARDA because he challenged the use of drugs promoted by the administration that lacked scientific backing.
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.
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