OAN Newsroom UPDATED 9:04 AM PT — Friday, May 29, 2020 A group of North Carolina gym owners are taking legal action against Democrat Gov….
A ban on alcohol and tobacco sales in South Africa has led to a rise in illicit trading. According to reports Friday, residents across South Africa are contributing to a “boot-legging culture” after the country placed the temporary ban in an effort to combat the spread of the coronavirus.
As states continue taking steps towards reopening, local governments are looking at ways to avoid a potential second surge in new coronavirus cases. One of those possible solutions is contact tracing. The process can be used two ways to trace the spread of this virus.
OAN Newsroom UPDATED 8:10 AM PT — Thursday, May 28, 2020 President Trump said Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D) has a “double standard” when it…
Citizens in the U.K. are divided on whether Dominic Cummings, advisor to the prime minister, should resign after being caught in a lockdown scandal.
In what experts are calling the “Pink Recession,” American women are experiencing more lay-offs than men amid the economic crisis.
Montana Sen. Steve Daines spoke with One America’s Stephanie Myers about holding China accountable for the coronavirus pandemic, the HEROES Act and the importance of liability protections once businesses reopen.
A rising number of German citizens are protesting coronavirus-related lockdowns in their country. Hundreds took to the streets of Stuttgart on Sunday where they urged Chancellor Angela Merkel to reopen the economy.
White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said the administration is looking at new tax cuts amid the coronavirus pandemic.