- SportsYahoo Sports
Trump can say what he wants, but the Gavin Newsoms of the country will determine when the NFL returns
The divide between what Trump and Newsom are saying underscores how challenging it will be for the NFL to stay on schedule this season.
For dairy farmers in the United States, the timing of the Covid-19 pandemic could hardly be worse. As the disease caused by the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 spreads across the US and changes so many aspects of public life, it's also reshaping how consumers buy dairy products. School closings across the US—particularly elementary schools—have also put a major dent in milk consumption.
It's come to this - the White House is now advising everyone not to head to the grocery store or pharmacy in the coming two weeks. “The next two weeks are extraordinarily important,” White House coronavirus response coordinator Deborah Birx said Saturday at a press conference. “This is the moment to not be going to […]
- HealthFOX News Videos
Infectious disease expert Dr. Amesh Adalja and emergency medicine physician Dr. Jeremy Faust answer you coronavirus questions on ‘America’s News HQ.’
- LifestyleCountry Living
Turn off the lights and turn on one of these horror movies for the family.From Country Living
U.S. President Donald Trump said he may get involved in a deepening crisis in the Navy after its top civilian on Monday ridiculed a revered former commander whose letter pleading for help for his coronavirus-stricken aircraft carrier was leaked to the public. In a surprise speech to crew members of the aircraft carrier Theodore Roosevelt that was meant to be a private address, Acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly defended his decision to relieve Captain Brett Crozier of his command due to the leak. "If he didn't think that information was going to get out into the public in this information age that we live in, then he was A, too naive or too stupid to be a commanding officer of a ship like this," Modly said on the carrier while it was docked in Guam on Monday.