Fauci, other health officials expected to caution at hearing that coronavirus could continue for ‘some time’
Anthony S. Fauci and other Trump administration health officials are expected to caution that coronavirus activity could continue for “some time”as they testify at a high-profile congressional hearing Tuesday at a key juncture in the country’s response to the pandemic.
Back to School With Covid-19 Rules: Temperature Checks, Few Sports and Lots of Distance
As American parents and students begin to consider what school will look like in the fall, children across much of the world have returned to schools already, finding them barely recognizable, with new layouts and routines adapted for the coronavirus pandemic.
Stevie Wonder, Common & More Joined John Legend For His ‘Bigger Love Father’s Day’ Special
John Legend rounded up friends, including Stevie Wonder, Scottie Pippen, Common and, of course, his family for Sunday night’s (June 21) ABC prime-time special John Legend and Family: A Bigger Love Father’s Day.
2 dead, 12 hurt after over 100 shots fired at big crowd at outdoor Charlotte party
Two people were killed and at least 12 hurt early Monday after a multi-day street party erupted in lots of gunfire in northwest Charlotte, according to Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police.
The lethal history of rubber bullets—and why they should never be used on peaceful protesters
The name is a bit of a misnomer. These kinetic energy (KE) rounds are rarely made of rubber these days, and some even have metal components, just like conventional bullets. Most are actually shot from grenade launchers, though shotgun rounds are also popular, and rounds are even made for rifles and pistols. Instead of piercing the skin, the rounds are meant to strike someone with blunt force, incapacitating them like the swing of a baton but from afar.