- PoliticsUSA TODAY
"The closest thing is in 1917, they say, the great pandemic. It certainly was a terrible thing where they lost anywhere from 50 to 100 million people, probably ended the Second World War," Trump said. "All the soldiers were sick. That was a terrible situation."
Mic drop! "Realize that what someone says to us has a lot more to do with their own wounds and reality than ours," Danica wrote on Instagram Stories in response to an internet troll.
- U.S.Yahoo Celebrity
Cannon says he wants to bring Black and Jewish communities together.
As COVID-19 cases reach a new high around the globe, the U.S. notably struggles to contain the virus.
- U.S.Good Morning America
As coronavirus fatalities decline nationwide, viral deaths persist in America's nursing homes, data shows
"Nursing home residents remain at risk," said Dr. Jay Bhatt, an internist in Chicago and ABC News contributor, citing seniors' unique vulnerabilities to COVID-19 and a "broken and patchwork system of care delivery." Since March, long-term care facilities across the nation have been ravaged by the coronavirus and have accounted for roughly 40% of virus-related deaths, data shows. Nursing home residents have taken steps to try and halt the spread by closing doors to loved ones, eliminating group activities and implementing strict protocols to isolate themselves.
- SportsNBC Sports Washington
Orioles fans and broadcasters had some fun at the Nationals' tarp situation.
- BusinessBusiness Insider
An internal Facebook audit reportedly shows QAnon groups have millions of members, but some employees who ran the investigation fear the company won't take any action
Some Facebook employees fear the far-right movement's 3 million online members could influence the 2020 presidential election, per an NBC News report.