President Donald Trump contradicted a nurse he was honoring in the Oval Office on Wednesday, insisting there are no personal protective equipment shortages in the US despite her account that availability could be "sporadic." A reporter asked the nurses attending the National Nurse Day event if their PPE supplies are...
A rain-swollen river has flooded fields and streets in parts of mid-Michigan after breaching two dams, forcing evacuation orders for thousands amid a coronavirus pandemic that's posing safety challenges for officials trying to provide shelter. Parts of the city of Midland and surrounding areas were virtual lakes Wednesday...
The Tokyo 2020 Olympics have officially been postponed to no "later than summer 2021" due to the fallout from the global coronavirus pandemic. The decision affects Japan in more ways than one. #CNN #News source
CNN's Anderson Cooper and Dr. Sanjay Gupta speak with a man that tested positive for the novel coronavirus about his symptoms during a CNN townhall. #CNNTownHall #Coronavirus #CNN #News source
Coronavirus has become a cascading crisis for Russian President Vladimir Putin. CNN's Matthew Chance reports. #CNN #News source
Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman (I) says that she wants to reopen the city's casinos, restaurants and entertainment venues for business so people can get back to work. CNN's Anderson Cooper asks her if that's safe given the data about the Covid-19 pandemic. #Coronavirus #CNN #News source
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta reacts to the latest safety guidelines released from Georgia's Board of Cosmetology and Barbers, following Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp's announcement that some businesses will be allowed to reopen this week. #CNN #News source
President Donald Trump claimed he is taking daily doses of hydroxychloroquine, a drug he's long touted as a potential coronavirus cure even as medical experts and the US Food and Drug Administration question its efficacy and warn of potentially harmful side effects. Speaking at a meeting of restaurant executives, Trump...
Retired Gen. Wesley Clark throws his phone after it starts ringing during an interview with CNN's Jim Sciutto. #CNN #News source
President Donald Trump again called a hydroxychloroquine study that was partly funded by his administration, which found that coronavirus patients taking the drug had higher deaths rates compared to those who did not take the drug, phony. CNN's Jake Tapper leads a discussion on the details on the study...