Google has canceled all in-person job interviews amid concerns over the coronavirus outbreak, first reported by The Verge . Google told candidates it would be conducting interviews via video call "for the foreseeable future," The Verge reported. T
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., is reportedly considering whether or not she should continue her bid for the Democratic Party's presidential nomination, according to an email sent to campaign staffers Wednesday morning.The email, reports Politico, was
(CNN) — Michael Bloomberg ended his presidential campaign on Wednesday and endorsed Joe Biden, closing out a costly run that saw the former New York mayor spend hundreds of millions of his own money to fund his late entry bid. Bloomberg exits the ra
Coronavirus concerns hampered Super Tuesday voting in Texas and California as some election workers stayed home for fear of catching the deadly illness. Voting got off to a slow start in Travis County, where Austin is located, after several staffers didn&
Mike Pence Wiped His Nose With His Hand Before Shaking Doctors Hands At Coronavirus Press Conference The gist of how everyone wants you to respond to the coronavirus mostly boils down to normal hygiene: wash your hands, don't touch your face and keep
President Donald Trump on Tuesday visited the National Institutes of Health's Vaccine Research Center to learn more about the fight against the coronavirus. "You have... Read More The post 8 Developments in the Trump Administration's Response
Pope Francis, who canceled a Lent retreat for the first time in his papacy because he is suffering from a cold, has tested negative for coronavirus, the Italian newspaper Il Messaggero reported on Tuesday.'
Worldwide response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) is ramping up as the number of global cases has surpassed 90,000. According to a new tweet by the head of the World Health Organization (WHO), health officials are operating in "uncharted territory"
A Department of Homeland Security facility in King County, Washington, has been temporarily closed after an employee visited a nursing home that was affected by the coronavirus outbreak, acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf announced Tuesday. Wolf