The vice-presidential candidates are done talking … for the moment. Now it’s your turn.
The company said that doses of the unproven treatment would be available for 50,000 patients. It’s impossible to know whether it helped the president.
In a video on Wednesday evening, the president portrayed an unproven antibody cocktail being developed by the drug maker Regeneron as a miracle cure.
A team of reporters from The New York Times is fact-checking the debate, providing analysis and context.
Ms. Wiley, a former analyst for MSNBC, wants to distance herself from Mayor Bill de Blasio and cast herself as an outsider who looks different from past mayors.
Under a plea deal, Ayoola A. Ajayi, 32, will avoid a possible death sentence and will be sentenced to life in prison without parole later this month, prosecutors said.
A TikTok video of an Idaho man longboarding to work while chugging cran-raspberry juice and lip-syncing Fleetwood Mac pays unexpected dividends.
Mr. Trump called his infection a “blessing from God,” as he tried to play down a pandemic that has killed over 211,000 Americans. Here’s the latest.
XpresSpa used to offer pedicures and chair massages at airports. Now it’s in the coronavirus testing business.
The move comes as President Trump promotes a false narrative of widespread voter fraud ahead of the election.
Djokovic appeared to be in pain in his neck, arms and legs, but said he didn’t “want to reveal too much” because he is still in contention for another Grand Slam singles title.
Editors at the world’s leading medical journal said the Trump administration “took a crisis and turned it into a tragedy.”
Despite having the coronavirus, President Trump insists he is “looking forward” to the next debate. Joe Biden’s team says the president must prove he’s not contagious.
The former Minneapolis police officer is awaiting trial on murder and manslaughter charges after a video captured him kneeling on Mr. Floyd’s neck in May.
In a pandemic, a city is only as healthy as its hardest hit communities.
Two tests made by Quidel and BD repeatedly delivered false-positive results, prompting the state to stop using them.
Trump’s new nominee is on super-speed dial.
Their captors demanded the return of cocaine worth $3.5 million. They were freed after the authorities used cellphone data to track them to a house in Quebec.
"Dreams and Cranberry just hits differently," he said.