The state of New York has ordered first responders not to resuscitate cardiac patients due the the coronavirus pandemic—meaning, if a patient does not have a pulse, the health worker is not supposed attempt CPR or other possibly life saving procedures.
Fake news CNN reporter Oliver Darcy tweeted Monday that Facebook had taken down pages promoting lockdown protests, pointing to California, New Jersey, and Nebraska, and saying that the action was taken “on the instruction of governments in those three states”...
The victim, identified in papers only as Priscilla Doe, wants to film the areas where she says she was abused and show a jury, through video footage, that she could not easily escape the multimillionaire sex offender.
Both parties in the Senate have agreed to a nearly $500 billion coronavirus "Phase 3.5" relief bill that would replenish a small business rescue program known as the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), provide hospitals with another $75 billion and implement a nationwide virus testing program to facilitate reopening the economy,
In Harvard Magazine's May-June issue, Elizabeth Bartholet, a law professor and faculty director of the school’s Child Advocacy Program, worried homeschooled children will not be able to contribute to a democratic society.
The CCTV footage from a Dutch business park shows a man in a black cap pouring the contents of a white container at the base of a cellular radio tower. Flames burst out as the man jogs back to his Toyota to flee into the evening. It’s a scene that’s been repeated dozens of times in recent weeks in Europe, where conspiracy theories linking new 5G mobile networks and the coronavirus pandemic are fueling arson attacks on cell towers.
China bestowed names on 25 islands, shoals, and reefs, as well as 55 undersea entities, such as oceanic mountains and ridges, the South China Morning Post (SCMP) said on Monday. China last made such a decree in 1983, naming 287 geographic features in the South China Sea, a hotly contested territory claimed, in part, by most Southeast Asian nations and almost entirely by China.
It's time the White House briefing room allows real, American reporters to have a seat. The president is in control, not the press corps, and it would benefit him and the American people to make sure freedom of the press isn't silenced. Do we need to go to court to enforce this?
A three-year review by the Republican-led Senate Intelligence Committee unanimously found that the intelligence community assessment, pinning blame on Russia and outlining its goals to undercut American democracy, was fundamentally sound and untainted by politics.
The committee is expected to release a final bipartisan installment in the coming months evaluating possible coordination between the Trump campaign and Russia. A draft runs over 900 pages but has yet to be submitted for classification review by intelligence agencies, a process that could take weeks or months.
Mayor Bill de Blasio’s critics let him know how they really felt about him ordering New Yorkers to snitch on each other for violating social-distancing rules — by flooding his new tip line with crank complaints including “dick pics” and people flipping the bird, The Post has learned.
For over three years, Schiff has managed to stay one step ahead of investigators... Smart as he is, there will be something that Schiff either has not thought of (maybe) or cannot control (more likely), that will trip him up. Somewhere in the paper trail will be found the incontrovertible evidence of a crime. The repellent Adam Schiff, and his partner in crime, Nancy Pelosi, have done more to undermine the Trump Administration than any foreign power ever could. They both belong in jail.
In the latest sign that the president and new Chief of Staff Mark Meadows appreciates Scavino’s work to push Trump’s message on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and YouTube, he was named assistant to the president and deputy chief of staff for communications.
America could be standing on the edge of a revolution... It appears tensions are soaring among anti-quarantine protesters and state governments... Attempting to show force, some protesters wielded rifles, handguns, and shotguns, along with American flags, Betsy Ross flags, Trump signs and "Don't Tread On Me" flags right up to the doorsteps of some state capital buildings.
The sight is absolutely stunning, but before we continue, we must understand the right-wing groups that organized the rallies are fed up with quarantine orders enforced by state governments to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
The suit in the Eastern District of Missouri follows at least seven federal class-action suits that have been filed by private groups, with one filed in Florida saying that China knew "COVID-19 was dangerous and capable of causing a pandemic, yet slowly acted, proverbially put their head in the sand, and/or covered it up in their own economic self-interest."
Barr said in an interview on “The Hugh Hewitt Show” that governments in the U.S. need to “do a better job” of ensuring coronavirus restrictions are “properly targeted” and do not unnecessarily infringe on constitutional rights. He added that currently, the country is facing “unprecedented burdens on civil liberties.”
Wojcicki then went on to give examples of content that would be a violation of YouTube’s policies, including anything “that is medically unsubstantiated, so people saying like, ‘take vitamin C, take turmeric, like those are/or will cure you.’ Those are the examples of things that would be a violation of our policy.”