- PoliticsNBC News
Trade aide Peter Navarro has discussed his disagreement with Dr. Anthony Fauci publicly after the two got into what sources say was a heated exchange about the drug.
New York, Detroit, and New Orleans—three metropolitan areas with some of the highest number of Covid-19 cases in the US—may all be hitting their peak number of hospital beds needed within the next week. “If mitigation in New York worked—and we believe it is working—the cases are going to start to go down, but the mortality will be a lag behind that because of the co-morbidities and other conditions,” said Deborah Birx, the coronavirus response coordinator for the White House Coronavirus Task Force, in a press briefing on Saturday. Birx and her team base these predictions on epidemiological models—in particular, those created by the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) based at the University of Washington's School of Medicine.
Investors' farsightedness is needed to reap rewards from the shift in human consumption-spending pattern.
- PoliticsYahoo Money
Coronavirus stimulus checks: 175 million Americans will start receiving funds 'this week or early next,' Larry Kudlow says
An estimated 175 million Americans will get stimulus checks with the first payments going out this week or next, according to Larry Kudlow, director of the U.S. National Economic Council.
Five conservative justices are making voters choose between public safety and democracy during a deadly pandemic.
- BusinessInside Edition CBS
The government has advised that all people should wear masks or face coverings any time they leave the house, and with a shortage of masks, many people are being forced to make their own. Surgeon General Jerome Adams unveiled step-by-step tips for making your own mask, and now we can show you a way to make your mask more effective while using materials as simple as a paper towel. Other options include using dish towels and hand towels. Just make sure that you use a thick, dense fabric.
- LifestyleHuffPost Life
If your breath fogs up your lenses while wearing a mask for coronavirus, follow these simple steps.