Wall Street is in for five straight days of losses as concerns over the effects of COVID-19 on the U.S. economy mounts.
The new COVID-19 vaccine soon to undergo clinical trials might be too expensive for the average American to afford, Azar hints.
Rasmussen Reports has Trump beating Bernie Sanders badly on November 3.
Orange County declared a local health emergency to prevent COVID-19 repatriates from China and Japan from being quarantined in Costa Mesa.
Lawyer and vice president Mike Pence will coordinate the federal government's response to the raging COVID-19 outbreak.
Nassau County in New York State has self-quarantined 83 people that returned from China in their homes as a sensible precaution against Covid-19.
The melee among seven presidential nominee hopefuls at South Carolina on Tuesday evening wasn't what the Democratic Party had hoped for.
COVID-19 fits the World Health Organization's description for Disease X.
Wall Street investors hope for some relief Wednesday from the massive sell-offs Monday and Tuesday brought about by COVID-19 fears.
The ongoing investigation into the 2019 college admissions scandal leads to the conviction of Hot Pockets heiress, Michelle Janavs.
Bob Iger was paid close to $66 million in 2018, 1,424 times that of the median Disney employee.
Trump and Jim Acosta, CNN senior White House correspondent tangle again, this time exchanging words in India.
San Francisco declares a COVID-19 state of emergency to head-off the worst effects of the coronavirus' anticipated spread.
Medicare for All is the best option available for giving Americans high-quality health care coverage, according to a published scientific study.
The Tesla Model Y won't be bugged by the small trunk problem that continues to plague the Model 3.
Chicago and its environs might be in for record snowfall this week.
A vaccine for COVID-19 has been developed in record time by US biotech firm, Moderna Inc.
A new poll from FiveThirtyEight/Ipsos has 59% saying Sanders has the best chance of beating Trump.
United Airlines suspends flights between the United States and Beijing, Chengdu, Shanghai and Hong Kong until April 24.
Wall Street and the world's other leading equity markets were in the red Monday as COVID-19 continued to advance unchecked worldwide.