Sturgis Motorcycle Rally
He failed to "own the libs" after all with what was supposed to be a coronavirus-defying Sturgis performance, smirked one Twitter critic.
"The Godfather" becomes "The COVID One" in this "Late Show" spoof.
The Sturgis Motorcycle Rally is back and bigger, one year after it served as a model superspreader event.
Hundreds of thousands of people are expected at the South Dakota rally as COVID-19 again surges around the country.
The nation's top infectious disease expert said he got "chills just looking" at footage of people attending the motorcycle event in Daytona Beach, Florida.
The president has shrugged off the pandemic as a "blue state" problem. Now it's hitting Trump-supporting states hard.
Scholars are paying attention to new research on the motorcycle rally's effects on coronavirus spread, but they have lots of questions about it, too.
The first death has been reported among hundreds of coronavirus cases that can be traced to the 10-day bike rally in Sturgis, South Dakota, last month.
The band performed at the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in early August — an event that is now linked to the spread of nearly 200 cases of COVID-19.
Sixty-one percent of all the counties in the U.S. have been visited by someone who attended Sturgis, cell phone data shows.