The US calls for rules to be eased after Donald Trump complained of issues washing his hair.
- HealthUSA TODAY
Is COVID-19 worse than the Spanish flu of 1918? New study shows deaths in New York quadrupled in early months
The study compares the two months since the first recorded death of COVID in New York City with the deadliest two months of the 1918 calamity.
Brothers Chase and Grayson Chrisley attempt to make a new popcorn flavor in this hilarious Chrisley Knows Best sneak peek!
A protester who was kneeled on by a police officer in Tampa, Florida, was filmed lying on the ground surrounded by police while onlookers tried to check on her welfare on August 12.“There’s a f***ing medic right here,” someone is heard saying in this footage. “Let her right in!”In another video from the same location, an officer can be seen with one knee on the woman. “Stop, stop, stop, get your knee off her neck,” a voice can be heard saying in the other video.Storyful has contacted Tampa Police for comment. Credit: @Toribrown_26 via Storyful
- PoliticsMarie Claire
Martha Stewart's poolside photo is shaking!
The ‘excess deaths’ tally in the U.S. is 204,691 in 7 months — so COVID-19 deaths might be undercounted
The number of deaths in the United States through July 2020 is 8% to 12% higher than it would have been if the coronavirus pandemic had never happened. The certificate is filed with the local health department, and the details are reported to the National Center for Health Statistics. As part of the National Vital Statistics System, the NCHS then uses this information in various ways, such as tabulating the leading causes of death in the United States — currently heart disease, followed by cancer.
- SportsYahoo Sports
Coronavirus concerns have forced NFL teams to re-evaluate seating plans.