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Mar 30 2020
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued late Sunday an emergency-use authorization for two antimalarial drugs for use in treating patients infected with the novel coronavirus.
The drugs, chloroquine phosphate and hydroxychloroquine sulfate, have been touted by President Trump and used off-label anecdotally with encouraging results, but they had not been FDA-approved for treatingWashington Times
Jul 16 2021
The federal government is stepping up its effort to purge the internet of COVID-19 "misinformation." On Thursday, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki singled out a dozen specific anti-vaccine Facebook accounts and called on the platform to ban them.
"There's about 12 people who are producing 65 percent of vaccine misinformation on social media platforms," said Psaki. "All of themReason
Aug 29 2019
The Trump administration is pursuing action against the University of Vermont Medical Center (UVMC), which receives federal funds, after a nurse says her supervisors forced her to participate in an abortion against her will.
Jordan Sekulow, the American Center for Law & Justice (ACLJ) attorney representing the nurse, told "Fox & Friends" that President Trump, through theFox News (Online News)
Mar 12 2021
Biden administration rescinds Trump-era immigration policy to alleviate surge of unaccompanied minors
The Biden administration announced Friday it is terminating a Trump-era agreement that it said discouraged sponsors of unaccompanied migrant children, like parents or relatives, to come forward due to fear their information would be shared with immigration enforcement agencies.
The move comes amid a surge of unaccompanied children arriving at the border, which is overwhelming borderCNN (Online News)
Feb 24 2020
Not in my backyard: Alabama balks at plan to house coronavirus patients as global death toll tops 2,600
A federal plan to house cruise ship passengers who tested positive for the coronavirus at a facility in Alabama was met with a resounding no thanks by state officials who may have forced authorities to shelve the idea.
Globally, the death toll from the virus topped 2,600 on Sunday night, with more than 79,000 confirmed cases. The U.S. has 35 confirmed cases.
The plan called forUSA TODAY
Oct 08 2013
In an interview that frequently turned contentious liberal talk show host Jon Stewart interviewed HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius on The Daily Show last night.Townhall
Jul 13 2021
Imagine that the economy has imploded and you have just been let go from your job. After months of tirelessly searching for a new job, your savings have been depleted and you are forced to foreclose on your home. As you sit, stressfully contemplating your plans for the future, what are your priorities going to be? Will you be concerned with America’s foreign policy agenda (Should the numberJackson Lanzer
Sep 12 2020
The health department’s politically-appointed communications aides have demanded the right to review and seek changes to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) weekly scientific reports on the status of the coronavirus pandemic, Politico reported Saturday.
Emails reviewed by Politico and three people reportedly familiar with the situation indicated that communicationsThe Hill
Jun 17 2021
A critical care doctor has said it’s a waste of taxpayers’ money for the U.S. government to purchase drug company Merck’s anti-viral treatment for COVID-19, if it’s approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
Dr. Pierre Kory, president and chief medical officer of the Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC), said there’s no reason for the Biden administration to “The Epoch Times
Dec 18 2020
A week after the FDA approved the Pfizer/BioNTech coronavirus vaccine for emergency use, the agency has granted the same approval for Moderna's vaccine. In clinical trials, Moderna's candidate was over 94 percent effective.
On Thursday night, the Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee voted 20-0 to recommend the vaccine be made available.
"The evidence thatTownhall