A coronavirus vaccine would ideally be proven to be at least 50% effective for the Food and Drug Administration to approve it.
It’s a classified dossier outlining the most urgent, credible national security threats. And now that top-secret document is in the spotlight.
The charges come after court documents were unsealed that allege Lori Vallow believed her children were “zombies.” Her bail was set at $1 million.
Tulsa Police Chief Wendell Franklin told reporters Sgt. Craig Johnson died Tuesday after being shot multiple times early Monday morning
The video streaming site’s action comes after Dawson, 31, posted a video on Friday apologizing for “all the racism that I put on the internet, as an adult.”
Pierce Brosnan is remembering his daughter Charlotte, who died 7 years ago at 41 from ovarian cancer.
Donald Trump’s cruelty in handling the coronavirus now extends to millions who have lost their jobs and employer-sponsored health insurance: Our view
States can and will do better than Obamacare, writes Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton.
Inevitable decision not to have a minor league season only adds to the pain teams players and their cities have endured in 2020, Gabe Lacques writes.
Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves had long deflected questions about the state flag, pointing to a 2001 referendum when voters opted to keep the design.
Sen. Mark Warner said Tuesday that Republicans forced the removal of the foreign assistance reporting provision.
Lakers GM Rob Pelinka said Dwight Howard had yet to inform the team on if he will play when the NBA season restarts in Orlando.
The Academy’s diverse new class of Oscar voters includes Cynthia Erivo, Awkwafina, Zendaya, Constance Wu, John David Washington and Olivia Wilde.
A judge granted a temporary restraining order against the publication of Mary Trump’s “Too Much Is Never Enough,” and set a hearing for July 10.
A judge says Garrett Rolfe is not a flight risk, granting bond to the ex-Atlanta police off’icer charged with murder in Rayshard Brooks’ shooting.