New York Mayor Bill de Blasio lied this week that he warned New Yorkers to avoid the city's mass transit to prevent transmission of the coronavirus.
Is this the game changer we've been waiting for?
Serves them right!
This is America, coming together in her time of need.
The state of California is set to become the first state to hand taxpayer dollars in the form of coronavirus relief cash to illegal aliens.
Oklahoma's Republican Gov. Kevin Stitt announced on Thursday that he is recommending that hospitals in his state resume elective surgeries.
What's next? A collar and a coronavirus tag?
Coming next: Social distancing shock collars and muzzles.
Now that's a leap.
The protest came after retailers were restricted from selling basic items such as vegetable seeds and car seats.
New York will undoubtedly provide the blueprint for how the rest of the nation will handle this crisis.
An official with the World Health Organizations is now saying that the WHO ignored early reports that the Wuhan virus was spreading human-to-human.
Hospitals all across the country are now laying off workers because the expected crush of coronavirus patients never materialized.
Michigan's Democrat governor has increasingly indulged authoritarianism in the face of the coronavirus. Now, more than 200,000 people have signed a recall petition.
Those who found themselves incensed by the claim have a history of taking Trump literally only when it helps to fuel their manufactured outrage.
These standoffs between freedom and security are growing ever more frequent in our virus-ravaged society.
At what point do these coincidences stop being coincidental?
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This is simply ridiculous.
Is there a light at the end of the tunnel for The Big Apple?
The leftist mayor of Louisville, Kentucky, ordered the churches in his city to close over the coronavirus, but a federal judge rebuked the mayor.
Another doctor has lost her parental rights merely because she works with coronavirus patients, according to reports.
In times as uncertain as these, any good news seems both welcome and worthy of celebration.
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