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Apr 21 2020
Georgia's fervently pro-Trump governor's early breakout from a coronavirus shutdown is stirring fears of a deadly new wave of infections and warnings that he is derelict in his duty and acting on political motives.
Republican Gov. Brian Kemp plans to open nail salons, massage therapists, bowling allies and gyms from Friday. Restaurants and movie theaters come back on line statewide nextCNN (Online News)
Apr 14 2020
As sophomoric as the term may be, I don't know what else besides "fake news" to call the national media's new narrative about tensions between President Trump and Dr. Anthony Fauci.
For one thing, it's not really "news" at all — it's speculation by reporters, analyst bloggers, and television pundits based on one innocuous comment from Fauci, who is helping lead the White House'sWashington Examiner
Apr 13 2020
President Donald Trump is pushing back on a weekend report that claimed his administration could have acted sooner to control the coronavirus in the United States, calling it "fake news" and retweeting a message that called on him to fire Dr. Anthony Fauci from his virus task force.
On Sunday, Fauci — the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases — told CNNNewsmax (News)
Mar 08 2021
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Monday released highly anticipated guidance on practices considered safe for those who are fully vaccinated against the novel coronavirus, relating to gatherings, quarantine and testing. Of note, the federal health agency said that those who are fully vaccinated can spend time with unvaccinated people indoors, with no mask, so long as thoseFox News (Online News)
Oct 23 2020
The U.S. is having one of its worst weeks since the COVID-19 pandemic began, but despite that, few states appear prepared to tighten restrictions to bring the spread of coronavirus under control.
By most metrics, Thursday was one of the worst days since the pandemic began. NBC News reported that there were 77,640 new cases, topping its previous record of more than 75,000 set in July,Vice
Dec 01 2020
DR. MEGAN SRINIVAS was attending a virtual American Medical Association discussion around the “Mask Up” initiative one evening in July when she began to receive frantic messages from her parents begging her to confirm to them that she was all right.
“Somebody obtained my father’s unlisted cell phone number and spoofed him, making it look like it was a phone call coming from my phone,”The Intercept
Sep 03 2021
The leaders of two federal health agencies are urging the White House to rethink its plan to roll out COVID-19 vaccine boosters starting Sept. 20.
The leaders of the Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are telling White House COVID-19 advisers that there is not enough data right now to make a blanket recommendation on boosters and that it mayNPR (Online News)
Sep 22 2012
When President Obama greets African-Americans who broke barriers, he almost invariably uses the same line.
“I wouldnt be here if it werent for you, he said to Ruby Bridges Hall, who was the first black child to integrate an elementary school in the South. The president repeated the message to a group of Tuskegee airmen, the first black aviators in the United States military; theNew York Times (News)
Aug 04 2014
On a recent afternoon at his office in Hartford, Conn., Dr. Doug Gerard examines a patient complaining of joint pain. He checks her out, asks her a few questions about her symptoms and then orders a few tests before sending her on her way.
For a typical quick visit like this, Gerard could get reimbursed $100 or more from a private insurer. For the same visit, Medicare pays less — aboutNPR (Online News)
Aug 06 2016
At the Green Party national convention in Houston, Bernie Sanders may have been mentioned more often so far than the party's own presumptive nominee, Dr. Jill Stein.
The progressive third party has a rare opportunity to expand their reach by picking off disaffected supporters of the Vermont senator. The group had planned to have about 250 people at their quadrennial gathering, butNPR (Online News)