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The US Food and Drug Administration has lifted a 3 year-long import ban on chloroquine products manufactured by Mumbai-based Ipca Laboratories, a company that it last investigated in August 2019.
A father is using his 3-D printer to create face shields to protect people against COVID-19.
The actor, writer and director purchased goods for elderly shoppers at 44 Kroger stores in Atlanta and 29 Winn-Dixie stores in New Orleans.
Yahoo News obtained a bulletin that expresses concern about "racially or ethnically motivated violent extremists" exploiting the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Minnesota senator and former 2020 presidential candidate described her family's experience as “one of the hardest, hardest things.”
The senator had a series of poor showings in Democratic primaries around the country, ending hopes for a progressive challenger to President Donald Trump.
In New York and New Jersey, the curve of infections appears to be "stabilizing," according to the White House coronavirus response coordinator.
The new policy is aimed in particular at workers in critical jobs.
"I want the president to succeed because when he succeeds, we succeed and Americans don’t die," the co-host of MSNBC's "Morning Joe" said.
In an exclusive interview with HuffPost, a Muslim woman talks about the trauma she faced after police confiscated and photographed her without her hijab.
From the liquor distillery giving away hand sanitizer to Matthew McConaughey's virtual bingo game.
The national security adviser in the Obama White House warned "many thousands more Americans will die unnecessarily" because of Trump's incompetence.
Brian Kilmeade saluted Wisconsin for forcing thousands of people out to vote during the coronavirus pandemic.
Kayleigh McEnany has been spreading misinformation about COVID-19 for months. Her history of birtherism and other lies have also come under scrutiny.
A conservative group and a nonpartisan organization joined forces to school Trump on what oversight means.
The "Late Show" host put Trump on notice in a blistering monologue: "Grow up and do your damn job."
Nearly 400 migrant children intercepted at the U.S.-Mexico border have been deported in the past two weeks under new border restrictions.
"If Stephanie Grisham leaves her job and no one is around to hear her, does she even make a sound?" one person posted on Twitter.
The agency had posted information -- based on unattributed anecdotes -- for doctors on how to prescribe hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine for COVID-19.