The simple but heartfelt tweet caught a lot of attention, especially as the world battles coronavirus and people across Twitter came together to wish the mother and her son joy and good health
Lawmakers like Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Carolyn Maloney have written to the Food and Drug Administration to revise the 'antiquated policy'
Trump called it 'a matter of life and death' for Americans to heed his administration’s guidelines and predicted the country would soon see a 'light at the end of the tunnel'
The Critics feel that Wilson is essentially steering away from said federal gun laws and the State Department is currently keeping a close eye on his new effort
'They wanted to leave saliva on door handles at local FBI offices, spit on elevator buttons, and spread the virus in particularly nonwhite neighborhoods'
The US military will be called to the city now with the US Army Corps of Engineers saying that they plan to take over hotels, sports arenas and college dorms
This comes on a day when Wuhan, the Chinese city where the coronavirus first emerged three months ago, recorded no new infections
35 coronavirus deaths have been linked to Life Care Center in Kirkland. Public health authorities who surveyed long-term care facilities in the area found they lacked enough personal protective equipment
US researchers have given a healthy volunteer the first shot of an experimental coronavirus vaccine as anxiously awaited testing opens
As industries like travel sector, ports, gig workers, bakeries and entry-level employees plan mass layoffs, construction, manufacturing and healthcare industries will retain employees
Its true fatality rate isn't yet known, but it seems 10 times higher than the flu, which kills hundreds of thousands around the world each year
POTUS on Wednesday announced travel ban from potentially affected Schengen countries for upto thirty days, effective from midnight, March 13
There was a party just three days before last February 29's announcement that a Life Care health care worker in her 40s and a resident in her 70s had been diagnosed with the new virus
Shortly before the California death was announced, Princess Cruise Lines notified passengers of its Grand Princess that federal health officials are investigating a "small cluster” of coronavirus cases connected to the ship's mid-Feb voyage
Officials in California’s Placer County, near Sacramento, said an elderly person who tested positive after returning from a San Francisco-to-Mexico cruise had died
New Hampshire reported its first case, raising the total of affected states to 11. Seattle officials announced four more deaths, bringing the total in the US to six
The number of coronavirus cases in the US considered small. Worldwide, the number of people sickened by the virus hovered Friday around 83,000
Many say they were molested as scouts decades ago but are only now eligible to sue because of recent changes in laws
Washington has not elected a Republican president since Ronald Reagan won it in 1984. In 2016, Hillary Clinton won over 54 percent of the votes in the state. Can the GOP win it this time?
The woman in her 60s returned from China on Jan. 13 without showing any signs of illness, but three or four days later she called her doctor to report feeling sick
The US has its first case of a new virus found last month in China, but health officials say they believe the overall risk to Americans is low
Forecasters, however, say warmer weather will arrive by Saturday melting snow but increasing flood threat
Multiple states across the US have introduced tougher vaccine laws in an attempt to tackle outbreak of measles
The flight had to return to the airport but the girl could not be saved despite efforts made by paramedics
This year’s theme of the decorations - originally meant to be the “Spirit of America" - reminded many of the 1980 Stanley Kubrick movie based on a Stephen King novel.
The NFL player's foundation wrote, 'The last thing any child should have to worry about is being able to afford eating breakfast and lunch at school.'
The 'incorruptible' man, who had also served as the first and fifth administrator of the EPA, was remembered by people at a time when the US is witnessing yet another presidential impeachment probe.
It was alleged that the picked individuals were showered with designer watches and tens of thousands of dollars for carrying out the secret mission of targeting opposing voices.
28-year-old Tank Heathcliff Hafertepen's mother, Linda Chapman, is now alleging that her son died because of the influence of 'master' Dylan Hafertepen
While South Burlington in Vermont with population less than 20,000 was found to be the best city for disabled persons, Providence in Rhode Island was ranked the last among 182 cities that were covered by the survey. None of the 10 most populous cities got a place in the top 10.
Trump gave his version of why the envoy was blocked, tweeting that "I would love to send Ambassador Sondland" to testify, "but unfortunately he would be testifying before a totally compromised kangaroo court."
A seven-member committee in Chicago University has suggested an idea of giving every American $50 through tax cuts so that they can donate the money to their favorite news outlets. Experts are divided though.
Ball's sister, Natalie Myricks, took to Facebook on Tuesday to write a touching post about his brother.
From Kristin Cavallari to Carrie Prejean, these wives and girlfriends are not only smart and talented, they are also drop-dead gorgeous
The 22-year-old earned a perfect 10 while competing in the 2019 Collegiate Challenge in January for her team—University of California, Los Angeles
The 27-year-old Skaggs was found dead in his hotel room in the Dallas area July 1 before the start of what was supposed to be a four-game series against the Texas Rangers. The first game was postponed before the teams played the final three games.
75-year-old Bob Fuller was one of about 1,200 people who have used Washington’s Death with Dignity Act to end their lives in the decade since it became law
He, along with the crew had been instrumental saving lives of those on board in the horrific crash-landing of the United Airlines McDonnell Douglas DC-10 that departed Denver’s Stapleton International Airport bound for Chicago.
The survey does not address who the aggressors are, though girls were more likely to note that their bullies were perceived to have the ability to influence others
Starting Tuesday, July 23, fast-track deportations can apply to anyone in the country illegally for less than two years. Previously, those deportations were largely limited to people arrested almost immediately after crossing the Mexican border
The camera captured the defendant sexually assaulting her twice a day, on two different occasions. The videos did not capture the totality of the sexual abuse the victim suffered at the hands of the defendant, shared prosecutors
The first global analysis of the shifts in climate conditions across the world’s major cities under climate change paints a dreadful picture of the future of our cities
Jim Bouton, the former New York Yankees pitcher who shocked and angered the conservative baseball world with the tell-all book 'Ball Four' has died at 80 after a long battle with brain disease
There is about a 1-in-10 chance that another 7.0 quake could hit within the next week, said Lucy Jones, a seismologist at the California Institute of Technology and a former science adviser at the U.S. Geological Survey.
Israel Keyes is believed to have murdered 11 people across the United States and revealed the gruesome details to investigators following his arrest in 2012
Authorities used genetic genealogy last year to identify the suspect as William Earl Talbott II, a construction worker and truck driver who was 24 at the time of the killings
The Arizona man says he is "98 percent" convinced the FBI has interviewed the real D. B. Cooper - a U.S. marine corps veteran who had assisted and helped refugees in Vietnam - Sheridan Peterson
US soccer star Megan Rapinoe's comments came just a day after the US leader said it was inappropriate for her to refuse to sing the national anthem or cross her heart while it was being played
25-year-old Francisco Carranza-Ramirez was released from prison last Thursday after serving less than a year for the rape of a White Center, Washington woman, 32, on two separate occasions
She arrived in Italy on Thursday for the first time since an appeals court acquitted her in 2011 in the slaying of her 21-year-old British roommate Meredith Kerche on November 1, 2007
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