- SportsYahoo Sports
Nick Saban: Players aren't going to catch coronavirus 'on the football field. They're going to catch it on campus.'
Saban wonders why the argument hasn't been "we shouldn't be having school" instead of "we shouldn't be playing football."
- U.S.USA TODAY
President Donald Trump was abruptly taken out of the briefing room on Monday during a daily session with reporters.
Simon Cowell was hospitalized Saturday after breaking his back in an accident at his Malibu home. The America's Got Talent judge and executive producer was reportedly testing his new electric bike in the courtyard of his home when the mishap occurred. He was taken to the hospital, where he was slated to undergo surgery Saturday evening. […]
Fauci tells Americans to be mindful of these important limitations about any future coronavirus vaccine
Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases for the last three decades and an expert on pandemics for the last four decades, has been optimistic on a vaccine arriving at the end of 2020 or in early 2021, but he has also cautioned the public on their expectations for the effectiveness of any vaccine that is developed. “The chances of it being 98% are not great, which means you must never abandon the public-health approach,” Fauci told a recent live streamed Q&A hosted by Brown University. “You've got to think of a vaccine as a tool to be able to get a pandemic to no longer be a pandemic, but to be something that's well-controlled.”
- U.S.Business Insider
Police searched a United Airlines jet after a reportedly hallucinating passenger claimed there was a bomb on board
Police officers searched the plane with passengers still on board and offloaded each piece of luggage on the plane to be checked by canine units.
- U.S.South Florida Sun Sentinel
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. - Florida reported 77 COVID-19 deaths on Sunday, along with about 6,200 new coronavirus infections and 254 new hospitalizations. The pandemic is still quite active in the state. A total of 8,315 people have died from disease complications and 532,806 people have been diagnosed with infections, while 30,505 state residents have been hospitalized. Sunday marked a decline in ...
- LifestyleScary Mommy
Here's the reality that superintendents aren’t bragging about on social media, and parents really need to hear it as soon as possible: you’re being lied to.