Recently Added Videos

Results : 139606
Hard hit by virus, black voter turnout in question

Hard hit by virus, black voter turnout in question

Milwaukee County supervisor says Republicans are using a national health crisis as a form of voter suppression, as local black voters have been hard hit by coronavirus.
Associated Press
1min
Some Wis. voters accept ballots won't be counted

Some Wis. voters accept ballots won't be counted

A Milwaukee election official says many voters said they did not receive their requested absentee ballots and because they're unwilling to violate a stay-at-home order to vote in person, have accepted their primary votes would not be counted
Associated Press
1min
AP Top Stories April 7

AP Top Stories April 7

Here's the latest for Tuesday April 7th: New York posts worst one day death toll; Canada will produce 30,000 ventilators for country; Wisconsin voters practice social distancing during primary; A SpaceX resupply ship leaves international space sta...
Associated Press
1min
Washington Gov: Steps to curb virus are working

Washington Gov: Steps to curb virus are working

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee says that steps that the state is taking to limit the spread of the coronavirus are having a positive impact.
Associated Press
1min
Chrissy Teigen grateful for home help amidst coronavirus

Chrissy Teigen grateful for home help amidst coronavirus

Chrissy Teigen is grateful to have home help and be able to work at home amidst the coronavirus pandemic.
Bang Media
Vigilance leading to hopeful signs in U.S. outbreak

Vigilance leading to hopeful signs in U.S. outbreak

With early signs that the coronavirus outbreak is plateauing in New York and other hot spots, and with strict stay-at-home orders still in place, some U.S. health officials say the pandemic may kill fewer Americans than recent projections. Lisa Bernh
Reuters
3mins
Kittens explore aquarium during virus outbreak

Kittens explore aquarium during virus outbreak

Georgia Aquarium had unexpected visitors last week - kittens from Atlanta Humane Society's foster home. The kittens, named Nemo, Dory, Guppy, Marlin and Bubbles, ran around the aquarium as its closed to visitors due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Associated Press
1min
Trump seeking $250B more for small businesses

Trump seeking $250B more for small businesses

President Donald Trump says his administration is asking congressional leaders to swiftly commit another $250 billion to replenish a new $349 billion small-business coronavirus program that is being overwhelmed by surging demand.
Associated Press
2mins
Veterans nursing home in Georgia emptied for virus

Veterans nursing home in Georgia emptied for virus

The virus outbreak made it unsafe for Linda McCall to visit her husband, a veteran living in a Georgia nursing home. Now, the Department of Veterans Affairs has moved him 140 miles away – adding to her concern that he'll feel completely alone.
Associated Press
2mins
French actors read children stories online during COVID-19 confinement

French actors read children stories online during COVID-19 confinement

Every afternoon for 45 minutes, dozens of children in France aged 5 to 12 turn on their computers to listen to professional actors read them stories online. French children read them
AFP
1min
Dame Helen Mirren: Gardening should be taught in schools

Dame Helen Mirren: Gardening should be taught in schools

Dame Helen Mirren thinks gardening should be taught in schools as she says it is a very "calming" hobby.
Bang Media
Maryland a hot spot, begins tracking data on race

Maryland a hot spot, begins tracking data on race

Governor Larry Hogan announced Tuesday that the Maryland Department of Health will immediately begin providing demographic breakdowns on race of coronavirus patients and their case data including testing, hospitalizations and mortality rates.
Associated Press
2mins
NHS volunteer on how he has helped so far

NHS volunteer on how he has helped so far

One of the new NHS volunteers, Daniel Heath, provides an insight into the new scheme in a video diary. He is one of 750,000 people reporting for duty to help vulnerable people and ease pressure on the NHS during the coronavirus pandemic. He exp...
Press Association
2mins
Voters visit polling place despite virus fears

Voters visit polling place despite virus fears

Voters visited a polling place in Madison, Wisconsin, despite fears of the coronavirus.
Associated Press
1min
Without Quarantine, A COVID-19 Patient Can Infect 400: Health Ministry

Without Quarantine, A COVID-19 Patient Can Infect 400: Health Ministry

Nearly 70 per cent people affected with coronavirus either exhibit mild or very mild symptoms of the disease and may not require admission to dedicated hospitals, the Union health ministry said today in a guidance document for management of COVID-...
NDTV
1min
Workers turn to odd jobs for money during outbreak

Workers turn to odd jobs for money during outbreak

Tallahassee, Florida resident Mike Newell lost his job as the coronavirus outbreak worsened. Now, it feels nearly impossible for him to find a job, so he's has taken up several odd jobs to sustain his family.
Associated Press
1min
What Life In Delhi's Containment Zones Looks Like Amid Lockdown

What Life In Delhi's Containment Zones Looks Like Amid Lockdown

For residents of Delhi's three containment zones - Dilshad Garden (Northeast Delhi), Nizamuddin and South Moti Bagh (South Delhi) - life has become different from other people under the nationwide lockdown.
NDTV
3mins
Taraji P. Henson on new film 'Coffee & Kareem', future of 'Empire' finale

Taraji P. Henson on new film 'Coffee & Kareem', future of 'Empire' finale

Taraji P. Henson talks about her new comedy “Coffee & Kareem” that she stars in along with Ed Helms. She also discusses the future of the “Empire” series finale, and why her fans should focus on “self-care” as much of the country is forced to stay...
Associated Press
Too early to call a bottom: analyst

Too early to call a bottom: analyst

Stocks historically spend some time churning before they mark a bottom, notes DataTrek Research co-founder Nick Colas. The cavalry came early when policymakers approved stimulus measures, but the battle isn't over yet, he adds.
Reuters Business
Wuhan residents relieved but cautious day before travel curbs lifted

Wuhan residents relieved but cautious day before travel curbs lifted

Residents say they are relived but still cautious a day before the government plans to lift travel curbs from the contagion's epicentre of Wuhan. Authorities have warned though that various restrictions on movement would remain to guard against ...
AFP
1min
Texas police check cars at border with Louisiana amid COVID-19 travel restrictions

Texas police check cars at border with Louisiana amid COVID-19 travel restrictions

Texas state troopers check cars crossing over from Louisiana in a move to further cut off travel from a neighboring state that has been among the hardest hit by the coronavirus. Those entering Texas via road from Louisiana are subject to 14 days o...
AFP
1min
Doctors embrace drug touted by Trump for COVID-19, without hard evidence it works

Doctors embrace drug touted by Trump for COVID-19, without hard evidence it works

The decades-old drug that President Donald Trump has persistently promoted as a potential weapon against COVID-19 has within a matter of weeks become a standard of care in areas of the United States hit hard by the pandemic - though doctors prescribi
Reuters
2mins
Anand says Canada is 'aggressively ordering' medical supplies in competitive market

Anand says Canada is 'aggressively ordering' medical supplies in competitive market

Public Services and Procurement Minister Anita Anand says Canada is working hard behind the scenes on the increasingly challenging logistics of getting critical COVID-19 medical equipment to Canada from foreign countries. She says the fight for su...
Canadian Press
2mins
Wisconsin votes despite COVID-19 risks

Wisconsin votes despite COVID-19 risks

Wisconsin voters faced long lines at limited polling locations on Tuesday, as the Midwestern state's presidential primary and local elections moved ahead despite mounting fears about the coronavirus outbreak. Jillian Kitchener has more.
Reuters
2mins
First Ontario-made pandemic masks ready for use

First Ontario-made pandemic masks ready for use

Premier Doug Ford announced Monday that the first made-in-Ontario face masks are ready, one day after he warned that the province would run out of personal protective equipment in one week. Ford was at the Woodbridge manufacturing facility in Vaug...
Canadian Press
2mins
How to Properly Wash Produce

How to Properly Wash Produce

Washing your fruit and vegetable before consumption has always been recommended, but now during the COVID-19 pandemic experts are urging people wash all produce purchased to reduce contamination risk.
Stringr
Why The Human Knee Is A Design Disaster

Why The Human Knee Is A Design Disaster

Millions deal with knee problems every year. From elite athletes tearing their ACLs to senior citizens with chronic knee pain, there is clearly something error prone about the design of the human knee. It all comes down to a potent mix of evolutio...
Cheddar
9mins
Drive-through confessions during pandemic

Drive-through confessions during pandemic

Drive-through confessions in a Mass. parking lot as priests seek to balance the need for spiritual caregiving and social-distancing guidelines intended to stem the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.
Associated Press
1min
Khloe Kardashian might 'never' date again

Khloe Kardashian might 'never' date again

Khloe Kardashian has confessed she might "never" date again following her split from Tristan Thompson.
Bang Media
Legault says Quebec is making progress in the fight against COVID-19

Legault says Quebec is making progress in the fight against COVID-19

Quebec Premier Francois Legault is urging citizens to stay home during the Easter holiday in order to slow the progress of COVID-19. The province announced 760 new cases on Tuesday and 29 new deaths, but Legault said the encouraging hospitalizatio...
Canadian Press
2mins
Construction of NHS Nightingale North West and NHS Louisa Jordan under way

Construction of NHS Nightingale North West and NHS Louisa Jordan under way

Two more field hospitals dedicated to coronavirus are nearing completion in Manchester and Glasgow. Here's a look inside NHS Nightingale North West and NHS Louisa Jordan as builders race to finish.
Press Association
1min
Wisconsin holds primary vote despite coronavirus crisis

Wisconsin holds primary vote despite coronavirus crisis

Wisconsin controversially holds its presidential primary as planned despite a state-wide stay-at-home order and concern that the election could expose thousands of voters and poll workers to the coronavirus.
AFP
1min
Top 10 Amazing Race Winners: Where Are They Now?

Top 10 Amazing Race Winners: Where Are They Now?

We’ve been thinking about the “Amazing Race” winners. Where are they now? For this list, we’ll be looking at past “Amazing Race” winners and seeing what they’ve been up to in recent years.
Watch Mojo
WATCH | Lockdown: Welkom mayor apologises for 'boesman' remark

WATCH | Lockdown: Welkom mayor apologises for 'boesman' remark

The mayor of Welkom had to apologise for a racially offensive word used during an address to soldiers about to enforce lockdown rules in the Free State city.
24.com
Arlene Foster sends on best wishes to Boris Johnson

Arlene Foster sends on best wishes to Boris Johnson

Arlene Foster sends best wishes to Prime Minister Boris Johnson as he battles coronavirus in hospital in London.
Press Association
8secs
Mayor: NYC committed to feeding all amid pandemic

Mayor: NYC committed to feeding all amid pandemic

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio says the city is working around the clock to make sure no New Yorker goes hungry.
Associated Press
1min
Coronavirus: When Health "Warriors" Turn Victims

Coronavirus: When Health "Warriors" Turn Victims

As the number of COVID-19 infections among health workers are on the rise, will they get more than symbolic support? Reality Check discusses.
NDTV
25mins
Downing Street Covid-19 briefing: April 7 round-up

Downing Street Covid-19 briefing: April 7 round-up

UK Foreign Secretary and First Secretary of State Dominic Raab has updated the UK on the latest development with the fight against coronavirus. Here is a round-up of all the key points.
Press Association
2mins
India To Allow Exports Of Anti-Malaria Drug Hydroxychloroquine

India To Allow Exports Of Anti-Malaria Drug Hydroxychloroquine

India will allow limited exports of the anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine, which is being tested as a coronavirus cure, to "nations that have been badly affected" by the pandemic, the government said today. Only three days ago, India had announ...
NDTV
17mins
Coronavirus: France deaths now exceed 10,000

Coronavirus: France deaths now exceed 10,000

France has crossed the threshold of 10,000 deaths due to the coronavirus, with 7,091 recorded in hospital and 3,237 in old age homes. ANIMATED VIDEO
AFP
8secs
Messages of support for COVID-19 stricken Boris Johnson displayed on LED screen outside London hospi

Messages of support for COVID-19 stricken Boris Johnson displayed on LED screen outside London hospi

A truck stationed outside London's St Thomas' Hospital displays messages of support for British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Messages on its LED screen call on people to clap for him as he battles to make a recovery from COVID-19.
AFP
1min
Combating Coronavirus: Can BCG Vaccine Help?

Combating Coronavirus: Can BCG Vaccine Help?

Delhi has a large number of COVID-19 cases - 576 to be exact. Today, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced a five-step plan to combat coronavirus which includes a plan for 30,000 hospital beds if needed and 5 Ts. Mr Kejriwal said 1 lakh rapid t...
NDTV
17mins
Kim Kardashian teams up with Kris Jenner on fragrance collaboration

Kim Kardashian teams up with Kris Jenner on fragrance collaboration

Kim Kardashian and her mother Kris Jenner have collaborated on a fragrance.
Cover Media
Coronavirus: New York City cathedral to become field hospital

Coronavirus: New York City cathedral to become field hospital

Images show the exterior of New York City's Cathedral of St. John the Divine, which is adding nearly 400 beds to the nave of the church for patients from Mt. Sinai Hospital a couple of blocks away.
AFP
1min
Trudeau says 30,000 ventilators on order

Trudeau says 30,000 ventilators on order

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canada has ordered 30,000 new ventilators from Canadian companies but hopes that will end up being far more than this country will actually need. Trudeau says more than 5,000 Canadian companies have answered the ...
Canadian Press
2mins
Shashi Tharoor On Donald Trump's "Open Threat" To India Over Drug Export

Shashi Tharoor On Donald Trump's "Open Threat" To India Over Drug Export

Senior Congress leader Shashi Tharoor has criticised Donald Trump's remarks that the US may consider a "retaliation" if India does not agree to export hydroxychloroquine, a key anti-malaria drug believed by many to be effective in the treatment of...
NDTV
4mins
Travel slump could cost 25 million jobs - IATA

Travel slump could cost 25 million jobs - IATA

The global travel slump could cost 25 million jobs worldwide according to air travel industry body IATA.
Reuters Business
AMA: Science can fight virus, not misinformation

AMA: Science can fight virus, not misinformation

The president of the American Medical Association is urging U.S. leaders to base COVID-19 decision-making on science and facts, not politics and ideology.
Associated Press
2mins