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Trump Again Considering Withholding WHO Funding

WASHINGTON-President Trump is again considering cutting off funding to the World Health Organization, administration officials said, in a possible shift from a prior plan...

White House in Talks to Replace Health and Human Services Secretary...

Administration officials are discussing replacing Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar following criticism of his management of the early response to the coronavirus...

Coronavirus Testing Hampered by Disarray, Shortages, Backlogs

Amid efforts to expand coronavirus testing, laboratory operators and state health officials are navigating a thicket of supply shortages, widespread test backlogs, unexpected snafus...

Reported U.S. Coronavirus Deaths Reach Record 4,591 in 24 Hours

The number of reported deaths in the U.S. from the new coronavirus spiked to nearly double the prior record Thursday, as governors extended their...

Cuomo Says New York Mayor Doesn’t Have the Authority to Keep...

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Saturday that he would keep the city's public school system closed for the rest of the...

Trump Signs $2 Trillion Coronavirus Stimulus Bill After Swift Passage by...

WASHINGTON-President Trump signed a roughly $2 trillion stimulus package into law, hours after House lawmakers hustled back to the Capitol to pass the aggressive...

Bill Gates on Trump call for quick end to lockdown: It’s...

" 'There really is no middle ground, and it's very tough to say to people, "Hey, keep going to restaurants, go buy new houses,...

‘We came back to the office in shifts.’ Hong Kong takes...

There is a glimmer of normalcy in Hong Kong, even if it may only be a hopeful veneer, given that anything could change at...

Trump praises Fed’s surprise interest-rate cut, saying market should be ‘thrilled’

President Donald Trump on Sunday night praised the Federal Reserve's surprise move to cut interest rates to near zero, just a day after he...

Inside China’s campaign to blame the U.S. for the coronavirus pandemic

As coronavirus cases dwindle in China, and explode across the rest of the world, Beijing is undertaking a campaign to shift blame for the...