Coronavirus

Wuhan Lab Kept NIH Funding Despite Trump Crackdown

Chinese lab collected hundreds of thousands from U.S. taxpayers

Federal records show the U.S. government is partnering with the Wuhan Institute of Virology even though the Trump administration pledged to ban funding for the Chinese laboratory located at the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak.

Is Kevin Faulconer California’s Next (Scrawny) Schwarzenegger?

Former San Diego Mayor: 'You can't underestimate the frustration of California families right now'

Under normal circumstances, a California conservative like Kevin Faulconer would stand little chance of toppling Governor Gavin Newsom (D.), the polished product of San Francisco's powerful political machine. But after nearly 12 months of harsh lockdowns and shuttered schools, the state's political landscape is anything but normal.

How an Influential Medical Journal Laundered Progressivism as ‘Public Health’

Funded in part by the left-wing billionaire George Soros, a 'Lancet' committee proposes a raft of radical policies in the name of 'public health'

The Lancet last week released a sweeping and much vaunted report on "public health and policy in the Trump era." Its first key finding is that Donald Trump "politicised" science, which "posed a uniquely urgent threat to health."

CDC: Teachers Can Go Back to School Without Vaccine

White House ignored similar directive last week

CDC director Rochelle Walensky said Friday that teachers do not need to receive the coronavirus vaccination before returning to the classroom, reiterating a position the White House had previously dismissed.

Dems Join Push to Strip Cuomo’s Emergency Powers

Cuomo's suppression of data on nursing home deaths called 'betrayal of public trust'

A bipartisan group of New York lawmakers is calling for Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D.) to be stripped of his emergency powers as fallout from his handling of the COVID-19 pandemic reaches a boiling point.

Dem Gov Hopefuls Side With Union in Fight Over Virginia School Closures

Republicans hope push to open schools gives them boost come November

The decision by Democratic Virginia governor Ralph Northam to push for teachers to return to the classroom next month has infuriated teachers' unions, putting Democrats running to be his successor in a political bind. Candidates must decide between leaning on science that says it’s now safe to open schools or falling in line behind the state’s powerful teachers’ unions.