The conservative network's senior political analyst slammed the president's latest Twitter tantrum as "ridiculous." Fox News senior political analyst Brit Hume pulled no punches on Thursday as he called
WASHINGTON — The top U.S. infectious disease official says coronavirus antibody tests are just days away. Dr. Anthony Fauci says at the last White House coronavirus task force meeting, the people responsible
The president and his economic team want to relax federal social-distancing guidelines within weeks. The doctors aren't so sure. President Donald Trump on Friday offered his most optimistic reading yet
Trump says more than 2 million coronavirus tests have been done in the US, and claims mass testing not needed
Washington (CNN) — President Donald Trump said Thursday that there have been more than two million coronavirus tests completed in the United States but suggested that mass testing is not going to happen.
Carson says 'about 98 percent' of people who get coronavirus will recover: 'We can't operate out of hysteria'
Housing & Urban Development Secretary Dr. Ben Carson told "The Story" Thursday that not enough public attention is being paid to "the number of people who have recovered" from coronavirus" -- which Carson
As a member of the White House coronavirus task force, Dr. Deborah Birx has been busy keeping the public informed about the spread of COVID-19. Quite unexpectedly, she's also gained a loyal following admirers
The newspaper accused the president of “treating life-saving medical equipment as emoluments he can dole out as favors to loyalists." The Denver Post editorial board this week accused Donald Trump of political
Former NY Times reporter sounds alarm over flawed coronavirus models that have tossed economy into 'freefall' — and blasts
'The people on the left hold themselves out as being science-driven ... they think they're smarter, but they won't look at facts that won't meet their narratives' Alex Berenson is a former reporter who
National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow said Thursday that senators facing scrutiny for moving stock in the run-up to the coronavirus crisis should be "significantly punished" if they are proven