Facebook user Kyle Brown shared a beautiful photo of a man raising the American flag in salute to the USNS Comfort as it departed Norfolk, Virginia, on Saturday.
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Margaret Cirko was arrested and charged with terrorist threats on Thursday after coughing on approximately $35,000 worth of groceries.
Ndemic Creations, creators of the popularPlague Inc.video game, have donated a quarter of a million dollars to the fight against the real-life coronavirus pandemic.
Vice reports that New York state inmates working to make hand sanitizer during the coronavirus outbreak are actually tasked with repackaging an unknown company's product as Governor Andrew Cuomo's vaunted "NYS Clean" hand sanitizer.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) confirmed a 90-day waiver for all mortgage payments on Thursday due to the "tremendous economic pressure" of the novel coronavirus pandemic.
EngineerChristian Fracassi saved at least ten lives in a Brescia, Italy, hospital by 3D-printing a vital respirator part. Now the manufacturer of that part is reportedly threatening to sue.
The United States Mint is selling a limited-run of collectible quarters featuring fruit bats in honor of the National Park of American Samoa during the coronavirus pandemic.
Rasida Tlaib backpedaled after sharing a post by Parkland survivor and anti-gun activist David Hogg dismissing President Trump's National Day of Prayer announcement over the coronavirus crisis.
ActressVanessa Hudgens, 31, is apologizing and is under heavy fire after posting to her 38 million Instagram followers a video which sees her calling social distancing until July "bu**shit" because people dying from the coronavirus is "inventible.
House staffers confirmed on Monday that Democrat House members will indefinitely delay their scheduled March 23 return to the Capitol, due to coronavirus.
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio flouted his own city's coronavirus guidelines to work out at the Brooklyn YMCA on Monday morning.
Trump administration officials warned the public on Monday that a foreign disinformation campaign is trying to incite panic over a non-existent national lockdown over coronavirus.
President Donald Trump did not take responsibility for shutting down a global health security team, in response to a PBS White House correspondent.
A study under peer review at Princeton University has found that the novel coronavirus can, in fact, survive on its own "up to days" at a time.
Days after Iranian authorities acknowledged coronavirus outbreak, they began digging burial trenches so large they can be seen from space.
Princess Cruises and Viking Cruises announced on Wednesday major delays and suspensions in light of the coronavirus pandemic.
Destiny Waite allegedly set fire to her Hartford, Connecticut, apartment building on Monday using a "molotov cocktail" fueled by hand sanitizer.
Unsealed court documents have revealed that after Friends alumni Jennifer Aniston supposedly accused Harvey Weinstein of groping her, he said she "should be killed."
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin told Congress on Wednesday that the White House is planning to delay the April 15 federal tax deadline.
After New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker suspended his presidential campaign in January, he and girlfriend actress Rosario Dawson seem to be at political odds.
House Minority WhipSteve Scalise spoke on behalf of Republican leadership on Tuesday, asking Speaker Nancy Pelosi not to rescind the 2017 travel ban.
Lenard "Charlamagne tha God" McKelvey criticized former Vice President Joe Biden on Monday for not appearing on The Breakfast Club radio broadcast.
Coronavirus task force expert Dr. Anthony Fauci claimed on Sunday that roughly four million test kits will be available by the end of next week.
Nicholas Pirelli pleaded not guilty on Thursday to the alleged rape of a student in his campus office whom he met online.
Nicholas Pirelli pleaded not guilty on Thursday to the alleged rape of a student in his campus office whom he met online.
On Friday, Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf signed a disaster declaration to provide increased support to state agencies in combating the coronavirus.
After three years of fighting childhood leukemia,Jonathan Whetstone rung the victory bell atColumbia hospital on Thursday.
The Person County Sheriff’s Office fulfilled 100-year-old Ruth Bryant's birthday wish on Tuesday with a tongue-in-cheek "arrest."
Southwest Airlines Co. warned investors on Thursday that a drop in bookings and an increase in cancellations will diminish their expected first-quarter revenue.
Starbucks suspended use of reusable cups on Wednesday, as the world grapples with the global coronavirus pandemic.
An Oregon woman is suing the family entertainment and restaurant chain Chuck E. Cheese for negligence after spending 20 minutes with her hair stuck in a ticket machine.
India, the world's leading supplier of generic drugs, is cutting down exports of vital medicines and ingredients due to supply shortages amid the growing Chinese coronavirus threat.
Bodycam footage of the officer-involved shooting death of ER actress Vanessa Marquez was released by theSouth Pasadena Police Departmenton Monday.
Los Angeles County District Attorney Jackie Lacey's husband brought a gun and deadly threats to the front door of their home on Monday morning as Black Lives Matter activists beat drums and chanted about DA Lacey.
Just Pizza and Wing Co. in Amherst, New York, is working with the Niagara SPCA to find homes for shelter dogs.
Rich Middle School in Laketown, Utah, has gained national attention from a policy that forbids children to decline dances with other students.
Maurice 'Isaiah' Torres died of septic shock after his father allegedly violated him with a stick for eating a piece of cake.
Just 24 hours after he expressed public support for the people suffering from coronavirus around the world, Pope Francis has fallen ill.
A Facebook post lauding an unnamed mother for enforcing respectful behavior during a shopping trip to Hobby Lobby has gone viral.
Sarah Boone has been arrested after zipping boyfriend Jorge Torrez Jr. into a suitcase and leaving him to die — while filming it.
The "Bible bill" passed with an overwhelming 73-26 vote in the West Virginia House on Tuesday.
President Donald Trump's administration announced a new Justice Department unit focused on revoking U.S. citizenship obtained through fraud.
Safford city councilman and Arizona congressional candidate Chris Taylor has suspended his campaign after overdosing on heroin.
At a private event in 2016, Bloomberg called Democrat rival Elizabeth Warren "scary," and assured the banks that he was on their side.
Billionaire presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg's girlfriend, Diana Taylor, dismissed NDA concerns at a "Women for Mike" rally in Texas.
A Utah paint shop designed a unique custom casket for "Hondo," a police dog shot to death while apprehending a fugitive.
A 16-year-old toy poodle, snatched from the deck of her home by a hunting hawk, was found alive the next day.
On Monday,Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center announced the largest single donation it has ever received.
U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency counterterrorism analystHenry Kyle Frese pleaded guilty on Thursday to leaking information to the press.
Three people worked together to rescue a truck driver after an explosion inIndianapolis on Thursday -- and one of them had just given birth.
The USS America leads the next generation of amphibious warfare, equipped with as many as 13 F-35s.
Croydon, New Hampshire, police chiefRichard Lee walked home undressed after a vote to shut down his department on Tuesday.
George Washington’s Mount Vernon has discontinued a magnet depicting the first president's false teeth in light of a controversy about their origin.
Tristen Rushing will receive nearly $200,000 in damages after being forced to do 200 push-ups for being late to band practice.
Minnesota's state legislature is considering a bill to keep employers from discriminating against people based on their natural hair.
House Democrats have proposed an addition to the "CAMELS" rating system that would include a "diversity and inclusion" score.
Christopher Castillo used a dating app to choose an unwitting woman as his getaway driver on their first date.
During Wednesday's show, Rush Limbaugh was moved to tears by a caller's offer to donate one of his own lungs to the host's battle against cancer.
Australian soldiers are using their downtime during the ongoing fight against the wildfires to care for some of its most vulnerable victims.
The Virginia House of Delegates has passed legislation seeking to award its electoral votes to whomever the wins the popular vote.
Police returnedLester Mejia's daughter to him just hours after she was abducted from their driveway on Monday.
On the campaign trail in New Hampshire, former Vice President Joe Biden found himself the subject of an awkward pop music tribute.
The Louisiana Department of Health has confirmed visitors to the L'Auberge Casino in Lake Charles last weekend were sickened by norovirus.
City officials confirmed that an unspecified number of Texans have been placed in a 14-day "self quarantine" in their homes on Sunday.
A CNN report suggests that first lady Melania Trump is shifting into a more public position in support of her husband's campaign.
Early Friday morning, Fort Bend County's stretch of the Southwest Freeway was closed due to abnormally high levels of pork.
The Chinese government announced a new policy in Wuhan Friday to isolate individuals testing positive for the novel coronavirus ravaging the city in what theNew York Times is calling "quarantine camps.
Bruce McConville told a judge he withdrew and then burnt over $1 million to keep it from going to his ex-wife.
Pamela Jane Carr allegedly tased her husband several times on Sunday morning after he told her that he was leaving.
Dan Cain of Twinsburg, Ohio, received a rather unusual amount of correspondence from the company managing his daughter's student loans.
District Attorney Todd Spitzer dropped all charges againstGrant Robicheaux and girlfriend Cerissa Riley after finding no "provable" evidence.
Ohio Democrat Senator Sherrod Brown accused Mitch McConnell of colluding with the White House to protect President Donald Trump on Wednesday.
A Connecticut gas station worker allegedly walked off his first shift with thousands of dollars in hand, but his employer does not even know his name.
Max Townsend allegedly killed two teenagers and injured four others the day after his son was killed in a hit-and-run accident.
Since his sudden passing, fans have brought well over 1,000 basketballs to the Staples Center in memory of Kobe Bryant.
Jackson Township law enforcement apprehended 14 men seeking sex with underage boys and girls in a four-day sting operation.
At his February 1 rally in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Bernie Sanders promised an executive order to legalize weed on his first day in office.
Perhaps the least surprising news of 2020, social media stars are leveraging China's coronavirus for relevancy.
The DNC has eliminated a donor rule that would have excluded former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
FailedGeorgia gubernatorial Democrat candidate Stacey Abrams told Nate Silver's FiveThirtyEight on Friday that she would be president by 2040.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi railed against President Donald Trump's legal team on Thursday, asking "how they can retain their lawyer status."
Early Wednesday morning, the Guardian announced a decision to forgo all advertising ties to fossil fuel extraction companies.
Centrist Democrat think tank Third Way found that voters populating three battleground states are largely opposed to Medicare for All.
Amid frantic attempts to contain the coronavirus, Mongolia closed its border toChina while Hong Kong and Malaysia banned visitors from the province from which the Wuhan virus originated.
Engagement with impeachment stories on social media is plummeting, and Axios' Neal Rothschild believes it is all part of the Republicans' plan.
Senator Doug Jones (D-AL) has suggested that if John Bolton is not brought to testify in the impeachment trial, his book could be instead.
Candace Talley, 27, of Sicklerville, Camden County has been charged withhuman trafficking and promoting prostitution.
Anita Hill told the audience at aUniversity of Iowa sexual harassment lecture that the "statute of limitations" for Biden's apology has passed.
Democrat strategist Andrew Feldman told Hill.TV he believes Washington, DC, will not react well to a Bernie Sanders nomination.
The Food and Drug Administration has granted expanded access for treatments employing the drug commonly known as "ecstasy," or MDMA.
Saripalli Chanavenkateshwaram Rao's rooster cut his throat with the blades attached to its feet on the way to an illegal cockfighting event.
Portraits of Barack and Michelle Obama will tour the nation from June 2021 through May 2022 so more people can make the "pilgrimage" to see them.
Mason Trever Toney was arrested on Monday after the alleged murder of his boss on theFlorida Turnpike job site.
On Tuesday afternoon, the National Weather Service in Miami issued a warning to locals about the danger of falling iguanas.
President Donald Trump surprised the international ecological community with a pledge to join the One Trillion Trees initiative to fight climate change.
Michael Avenatti's lawyers sent a letter to Judge Paul Gardephe on Monday, complaining about the conditions in which he is being kept.
Activists with Ajinomoto's "Redefine CRS" campaign claim fears related to monosodium glutamate (MSG) are rooted not in health, but racism.
Video footage shared on Sunday night of plane passengers reportedly being tested for the deadly "Wuhan" virus is amplifying fear of a global pandemic.
A road work sign onHighway 92 in Pine Knot, Kentucky was hacked to proposition drivers with the infamous meme.
Kristine Johnson is suing the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints for reporting her husband's sexual abuse of an underage girl.