In just four months, the coronavirus has led to over 100,000 deaths in the U.S. The number was reported by Johns Hopkins University on Wednesday, with the first virus related fatality in the U.S. occurring in early February.
Georgia officials have announced additional details about the third arrest made in Ahmaud Arbery’s case. One America’s Mary Holman has the latest.
Secretary Mike Pompeo has spoken out on why he recommended the State Department inspector general to be fired. One America’s Mary Holman took a look at what he had to say.
The Wall Street Journal editorial board has argued Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) “knew all along” that there was no proof of Russian collusion, despite him claiming otherwise. One America’s Mary Holman discusses the report.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Robert Redfield has set the record straight after the Associated Press reported the Trump administration is not prioritizing the agency’s advice when it comes to reopening the economy.
A Rhode Island teen is working to bring isolated coronavirus patients together with their friends and families, while keeping a safe distance.
With several states imposing restrictive and indefinite lockdowns across the nation, many residents are worried their constitutional rights might be in danger. One America’s Mary Holman has more.
University of Delaware board members are reportedly safe-guarding potential evidence of Tara Reade’s sexual assault allegations against Joe Biden. One America’s Mary Holman details what they might be hiding.
Following the release of President Trump’s plan for states to reopen their economies, some officials are jumping in by introducing their own guidelines. One America’s Mary Holman reports.