Trump Asks CDC for Strong Travel Advisory for New York, Jersey, Connecticut
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President Donald Trump tweeted Saturday that he will not seek to impose a quarantine on New York, New Jersey and certain parts of Connecticut, after floating the idea earlier in the day as way to contain the coronavirus from spreading out of hotspots where the disease has taken a particularly heavy toll. Instead, he has asked the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to issue a "strong travel advisory" for the 3 states. [Full Story]
UK's Johnson Asking Everyone to Stay at Home in Letter to Nation
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who is self-isolating at 10 Downing Street after testing positive for coronavirus, will write to every UK household to urge people to stay at home.... [Full Story]
NRA Sues California for Ordering Gun Stores Shut Amid Virus
The National Rifle Association accused Governor Gavin Newsom in a [Full Story]
NKorea Launches Apparent Ballistic Missiles Into Ocean
North Korea fired at least one unidentified projectile into the ocean [Full Story]
Men: Try This, Never Take Viagra Again
SPONSOR: New ED cure sweeps the nation. [Full Story]
Amb. Woolsey: US in 'Total Disinformation Battle' As Virus Rages
Former ambassador and CIA Director R. James Woolsey, speaking at an [Full Story] |
How to Ensure You Get Your Stimulus Check Fast!
Hold tight! Those stimulus checks President Donald Trump has been [Full Story]
Vatican: Pope and Closest Aides Do Not Have Coronavirus
The Vatican said on Saturday that tests carried out in the building [Full Story]
Why This Face Mask is Selling Out Fast in United States
SPONSOR: This safe mask is selling out fast in the USA [Full Story]
Bob Dylan Drops 17-min Song Inspired by Kennedy Assassination
Bob Dylan on Friday released a 17-minute song inspired by the [Full Story]
Russian Oil Firm Pulls Out of Venezuela Amid US Squeeze
Russia's Rosneft has transferred its assets in Venezuela to a company [Full Story]
Desperate Times: NYC Hospitals Putting 2 Patients on 1 Ventilator
To try to keep COVID-19 patients alive, New York City hospitals are [Full Story] |
Brazil's Bolsonaro Questions Virus Deaths: 'Sorry, Some Will Die'
Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro on Friday cast doubt on Sao Paulo's [Full Story]
Sheriff Sued Over Halting Pistol Permits
Gun rights activists filed a lawsuit against a North Carolina sheriff [Full Story]
Ex-Rep. Tom Coburn Dies at 72
Former Rep. Tom Coburn, R-Okla., has died at age 72, according to Fox [Full Story]
Trump Praises New York City's De Blasio for Virus Fight
President Trump has apparently had a major change of heart on New [Full Story]
COVID-19 Pandemic May Lead to More Opioid Deaths
The coronavirus pandemic that's taken over the United States will [Full Story]
Joseph Lowery, Civil Rights Leader and MLK Aide, Dies at 98
The Rev. Joseph E. Lowery fought to end segregation, lived to see the [Full Story]
Recession? Probably. Depression? Only If Virus Stays Untamed
The unpredictable and unprecedented path of the coronavirus has drawn [Full Story]
Snowden: Govt Surveillance Might Remain After Virus
Edward Snowden warned additional surveillance put in place to battle [Full Story]
David McIntosh to Newsmax TV: Virus Rescue Payments Won't Boost Economy
The direct payments to families as part of the coronavirus [Full Story] |
Biden Agrees With Gates, US Should Implement Lockdown
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden on Friday said he agrees [Full Story]
3 Big Cruise Lines Might Not Get Any Stimulus Bill Aid
The big three cruise-line companies apparently won’t be eligible for the $2 trillion coronavirus relief package Congress approved Friday because they paid virtually nothing in U.S. income taxes after posting nearly $6 billion in combined profits last year. [Full Story]
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