- BusinessABC News
Despite world's highest COVID-19 death toll, US is 'the world leader in the pandemic' response: Pompeo
The United States is leading the world in the number of COVID-19 deaths and cases, but Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said that doesn't mean the U.S. isn't also leading the world's response. During a press conference Wednesday, he defended America's role in the world amid the global shock at what many see as the botched U.S. response to the pandemic and President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw from the World Health Organization. "Of course the U.S. remains the world leader in the pandemic," Pompeo told reporters, saying the "world turns its eyes" to American scientists and researchers to develop treatments and to U.S. aid to assist the developing world in fighting their own outbreaks.
Anthony Anderson did not mince words while discussing Kanye West's weekend announcement about running for president.
- WorldTown & Country
The accused Jeffrey Epstein accomplice was hiding out in a luxurious compound on 156 acres.
- BusinessYahoo Finance
The retail sector in America continues to fall apart.
Don't expect round two of stimulus checks to be as generous as the CARES Act.
- LifestyleCar and Driver
The apparently roofless roadster has an unconventional powertrain featuring a V-12 with a pioneering supercapacitor hybrid system. From Car and Driver
- U.S.USA TODAY
'I would be very careful in the middle of the street': There have been at least 66 vehicle-ramming attacks in US since May 27
There have been at least 66 incidents of cars driving into protesters between May 27 and July 6, according to Ari Weil, a terrorism researcher.