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Regan said the virus was a "scam" created by President Donald Trump's enemies to wreck the economy.
Fox News and other right-wing media outlets have repeatedly offered a platform for misinformation to back the president's narrative.
President Donald Trump attacked Michigan’s governor for wanting a disaster declaration for coronavirus.
“They are human beings," he said after the treasury secretary called unemployment numbers "not relevant."
As the coronavirus claims more lives, Earhardt says her friends are concerned about the state of their hair and their manicure.
During an interview on Fox News, Kellyanne Conway tried to blame New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio for the coronavirus outbreak in the state but was quickly reminded how President Donald Trump downplayed the virus.
Alicia Keys, Billie Eilish, Mariah Carey, the Backstreet Boys, Tim McGraw and Billie Joe Armstrong are scheduled to take part in the event airing Sunday on Fox TV.
Dr. Ian Lipkin, who directs Columbia University’s Center for Infection and Immunity, worked with actors in the 2011 film.
Right-wing pundits are helping the president build his argument that restarting the economy is the only thing that matters right now.
The MSNBC host hit the conservative network over its "utterly insane about-face."
After one Fox News host ranted against coronavirus precautions, President Donald Trump echoed the same feelings in a tweet rant.
The president hints at cutting back on protective measures: "WE CANNOT LET THE CURE BE WORSE THAN THE PROBLEM ITSELF."
The staunch Trump ally previously downplayed the threat of the coronavirus pandemic, accusing the media of "playing up fears."
Tucker Carlson, Glenn Beck and more have given a giant platform to a sketchy paper touting chloroquine.
An ex-Trump adviser went after California Governor Gavin Newsom after he. declared a lockdown in California in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic
Two GOP Senators sold off millions of dollars in stocks after receiving private briefings about the coronavirus pandemic.
Stephen Moore asked Fox News' Laura Ingraham if California's statewide coronavirus order is really worth the economic damage it will cause.
The Fox Business host asked viewers to rate the president's leadership during the coronavirus pandemic from "very good" to "superb."
No shocker — Tucker Carlson said something racist again.