President Donald Trump's coronavirus task force lost its most controversial member this week, and many medical experts were relieved.
The doctor supported the idea of herd immunity to tackle the virus and cast doubt on the effectiveness of face masks.
His behavior is “anathema to our values and belief that we should use knowledge for good," according to a new faculty senate resolution.
“Which of your elderly family members are you willing to sacrifice just to see if you’re right?”
Trump's health adviser told Americans to "rise up" against Michigan Gov. Whitmer's new COVID-19 safety rules.
The governor said it "took my breath away" when Dr. Scott Atlas urged people to reject the state's new COVID-19 safety restrictions.
People praised the Democratic governor as President Donald Trump's coronavirus adviser urged a revolt.
Scott Atlas' comments against the Democratic governor are especially alarming given she was recently the target of a far-right kidnapping plot.
Trump's controversial coronavirus adviser claimed on Fox News that Dr. Anthony Fauci had lost all credibility.
The infectious disease expert said he no longer had the president's ear as much as Dr. Scott Atlas, proponent of a controversial COVID-19 herd immunity strategy.
The social media site said it removed Scott Atlas' tweet for violating its policy on sharing misleading information about COVID-19.
The White House adviser “is not an epidemiologist, is not an infectious disease specialist," Wallace noted. "He has no training in this area at all."
Dr. Anthony Fauci called out Fox News — as well as President Donald Trump’s coronavirus adviser Scott Atlas — for spreading misinformation on the pandemic.