Michael Tyson is the first Rikers Island inmate who tested positive for the coronavirus to have died while in custody at the New York jail.
Jared Kushner Contradicted A Government Agency's Description Of The National Medical Supply Stockpile. Then The Agency Changed It.
“I don’t know what Kushner was talking about, what he meant. But the stockpile is for the country. And the country is made up of states in the federal government,” Sen. Cory Gardner told Politico.
Like most things, not tweeting is always a good idea.
Zoom meetings are being hijacked by people yelling racist slurs and flooding calls with graphic content.
State attorneys are opposing a broader request to release older inmates and those at higher health risk of COVID-19, arguing they're already taking steps to prevent an outbreak in prisons.
A Florida Pastor Was Arrested After Ignoring Coronavirus Emergency Orders And Bringing Crowds To His Church
Pastor Rodney Howard-Browne told his followers there was a plan to "shut down Christianity" — and that God might replenish their low supply of toilet paper.
"Don't be so callous as to intentionally go do something and expose yourself to something that can kill other people," Gov. Andy Beshear said. "We ought to be much better than that."
Trump Touted Chloroquine As A Possible Coronavirus Treatment. Now She Can't Find The Drug For Her Autoimmune Disease.
"I was told that not only was there none available anywhere, but they didn't know when they were going to get any more," she told BuzzFeed News.
The Coronavirus Is Hitting US Prisons, And Advocates Fear Sick Inmates Will Be Afraid To Get Treatment
"It's an existing public health nightmare, and then you add a pandemic that requires social distance and sanitation — it's a powder keg," an inmate advocate said.
Sanitation districts are telling people to please, please, please, not flush wipes, napkins, or paper towels down your toilet.
"We want to make sure that Americans get money in their pocket quickly," Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said.
Los Angeles Is Releasing Inmates Early And Arresting Fewer People Over Fears Of The Coronavirus In Jails
Law enforcement agencies across the county have cut down the average number of daily arrests from 300 a day to just 60 over the weekend.
Zion Williamson, who was the NBA's No. 1 pick last year, said he would pay for all of the salaries of workers at New Orleans' Smoothie King Center for 30 days.
A Former Rising Democratic Party Star Was In A Hotel Room Where A Man Was Suspected Of Overdosing On Drugs
The former candidate for Florida governor was reportedly unable to talk to officers "due to his inebriated state," according to a police report.
The Utah Jazz center's diagnosis prompted the NBA to suspend its season until further notice. A day later, his teammate Donovan Mitchell also tested positive for the virus.
Professional baseball, basketball, soccer, and tennis events are all canceled for the time being.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo called it “a matter of life and death” and called in the National Guard to deliver food to residents and to clean public gathering places impacted by the containment zone.
"Birthday parties are important, but probably not if it's going to get you sick."
A Public Health Official Warned People Not To Touch Their Face Due To Coronavirus — And Then Immediately Licked Her Finger
Seriously, everyone, wash your hands and stop touching your face.
"Portrait Of A Lady On Fire" Actor Adèle Haenel Stormed Out Of An Awards Ceremony After Roman Polanski Won
"Bravo, pedophilia!" the actor yelled after walking out of the French César awards. Polanski is a convicted child rapist.