Without carrying Florida in November, it's difficult to imagine a scenario in which Donald Trump wins another four years in the White House.
Harris tore into Trump on Thursday for wasting the country's time each day with childish and fact-free coronavirus press conferences.
Since taking office, Donald Trump has made it clear that he doesn't care about any state that didn't contribute to his Electoral College victory.
After a presentation on the effectiveness of bleach and rubbing alcohol on killing coronavirus, Trump asked if people could be injected with disinfectant.
Michael Caputo tweeted conspiracy theories and claimed "millions of Chinese suck the blood out of rabid bats."
Lamenting 'corrosive' politics and partisanship, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo joins Nicolle Wallace and blasted Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell for suggesting states hardest hit economically by COVID-19 should declare bankruptcy.
As his administration grapples with reopening the economy and responding to the coronavirus crisis, President Trump worries about his re-election and how the news media is portraying him.
At a briefing, the president promoted unproven treatments and asked Dr. Deborah Birx if she had heard of the success of sunlight as a tool against viruses.
Accurate antibody testing is a critical tool to determine if the pandemic has slowed enough to begin restarting the economy.
New revelations have left people wondering about ailments early this year. Doctors are thinking back to unexplained cases. Medical examiners are looking for possible misdiagnosed deaths.
While it’s unclear if the former vice president’s polling strength with seniors will carry over into November, the shifts are enough to reshape the dynamics of a close race.
Sunlight can kill the virus more quickly, and Trump sounds open to letting states and cities go bankrupt.
The president has contradicted his experts, the nation’s governors and himself, issuing advice that changes by the day.
The global coronavirus pandemic has brought countries around the world to a standstill. Here's the latest updates on worldwide Covid-19 cases, deaths, government responses, and more.
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta and Anderson Cooper talk to Dr. Leana Wen about President Trump's comments regarding the use of ultraviolet light or injections of disinfectant to try to kill coronavirus
Bleach and sunlight can both kill the new coronavirus on surfaces outside the body, a federal official said Thursday at the daily White House briefing.
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta and Anderson Cooper ask FDA commissioner Dr. Stephen Hahn about President Trump's comments regarding the use of ultraviolet light or injections of disinfectant to try to kill coronavirus
Washington Governor Jay Inslee reacts to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's statement that states should consider bankruptcy on "The View" Thursday, April 23, 2020.
Rep. Katie Porter (D-Calif.) said Thursday that Congress should be “leading by example” and allowing remote voting during the coronavirus pandemic.
Recent analyses of testing for the coronavirus illustrate just how difficult it is to understand the nature of the pandemic, and the uncertainty facing President Trump and governors as they seek to ease restrictions while avoiding further outbreaks.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer pushed the debunked theory that President Donald Trump called the novel coronavirus a "hoax" on MSNBC Thursday.
President Donald Trump on Thursday mocked Washington Post reporter Philip Ruckers during the White House press briefing.
It's one thing to not know how many Americans have died from this pandemic, but it's even worse that Donald Trump doesn't seem to even care.
It is highly unlikely that injecting humans with disinfectants will turn out to be a safe or effective treatment.
The president again pushed unproven treatments for COVID-19 that health officials are wary of.
President Trump said he would sign the $484 billion package, which replenishes a depleted small-business loan program. Another 4.4 million people filed for unemployment.
The novel coronavirus silently spread in the United States earlier than previously thought, infecting tens of thousands of people in New York and other major cities, researchers say.
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