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Trump honors fallen warriors at Memorial Day ceremonies, assures β€˜we are the captains of our own fate’

By Marisa Schultz

President Trump on Monday visited Arlington National Cemetery and Baltimore’s historic Fort McHenry to honor fallen soldiers for Memorial Day as he touted America's long history of courage and fortitude in the face of adversity -- and sought to once more rally that national spirit in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic. 

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Mental health crisis spawned by coronavirus fears and lockdown could be next pandemic

By Hollie McKay

It’s poised to be the next pandemic: a mental health crisis, induced not only by the trauma of the novel coronavirus but the ramifications of lengthy lockdowns, lost livelihoods and exacerbated stress, isolation and addiction.

Pompeo warns Iran's space program is 'dangerous'

By Marisa Schultz

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo blasted Iran's satellite launch this week as "dangerous" and "provocative" and urged the international community to intervene.

WHO bias against Israel raises red flags after agency claims country is 'European'

By Hollie McKay

As the World Health Organization (WHO) remains under fire for its early handling of the coronavirus pandemic and questionable ties to China, new indications of political prejudice are emerging from within the United Nations agency whose mandate is supposed to be solely focused on global health.

Ventilator shortage during coronavirus crisis forcing doctors to decide who lives or dies

By Hollie McKay

It's the most heart-wrenching decision any medical professional on the frontlines could make: deciding who to save and who to let die. As coronavirus, officially called COVID-19, attacks the globe – amid a vast shortage of life-saving devices – it's a decision more and more doctors every day are being forced to wrestle, and will only swell if the rationing of ventilators becomes unavoidable.

Coronavirus takes drastic toll on health care providers across the United States

By Hollie McKay

As the coronavirus continues to tear through the United States, front line healthcare workers are not only in the line of fire, but they are also caught amid growing concern that medical facilities themselves could become hubs for transmission.

Insurance companies to waive copays for coronavirus tests: White House

By Brooke Singman

The White House announced Tuesday that insurance companies have agreed to waive all copays on coronavirus testing and treatment amid the threat of the virus riling the nation.

Insurance companies to waive copays for coronavirus tests: White House

By Brooke Singman

The White House announced Tuesday that insurance companies have agreed to waive all copays on coronavirus testing and treatment amid the threat of the virus riling the nation.

NSC official transfers to Energy Department, as White House rejects β€˜Anonymous’ rumors

By Ronn Blitzer

The National Security Council announced Thursday morning that Deputy National Security Adviser Victoria Coates is leaving to join the Energy Department, as the White House shot down rumors that she could be the anonymous White House official who authored a New York Times op-ed and subsequent book criticizing the Trump administration.

Ambassador Richard Grenell to be named director of national intelligence

By Gregg Re

President Trump announced Wednesday that Richard Grenell, the U.S. ambassador to Germany, will become acting director of national intelligence, in a move that has heartened conservatives eager for new leadership as a series of scandals have plagued the intelligence community.

Ambassador Richard Grenell expected to be named director of national intelligence

By Gregg Re

President Trump is expected to name Richard Grenell, the U.S. ambassador to Germany, to become acting director of national intelligence, Fox News has confirmed.

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