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U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar visited a mask factory in Taipei on Wednesday, to further congratulate the country on its work in global assistance while fighting the new coronavirus.
Lawyers representing Black former University of Michigan athletes who say they were abused by a sports doctor are asking the school to treat them fairly as they go through the process of settling lawsuits
Kanye West qualifies as presidential candidate in Arkansas; "America's Got Talent" tops ratings, loses Cowell for now; The Weeknd, Roddy Ricch, Maluma, CNCO to perform at MTV VMAs.
Gayle King reveals why she returned to radio with her new show "Gayle King In the House" on SiriusXM and what topics listeners want to discuss during these times of crises.
Here's the latest for Wednesday August 12th: Kamala Harris to appear with Joe Biden; Rep. Ilhan Omar wins Democratic primary; D.A. says certain Portland protesters won't be prosecuted; Trump urges college football teams to play.
With a coronavirus vaccine still many months off, companies are rushing to test what may be the next best thing: antibody drugs that fight the virus right away, without having to train the immune system to do the job.
Latinos have rapidly grown to become the nation’s largest minority population. But because so many are too young to vote or here illegally, they are vastly underrepresented in government.
Highlights of this day in history: Last U.S. combat troops leave Vietnam; Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr. killed in World War II; N.J. Gov. McGreevey to resign after declaring he's gay; Russian sub Kursk explodes; Director Cecil B. DeMille born.
The director of the Center for American Women and Politics at Rutgers University says Joe Biden's pick of Sen. Kamala Harris as his running mate "changes the face of the future of the Democratic Party" and sets a new tone for U.S. politics.
President Donald Trump is urging college football to continue its fall tradition on a day when the Big Ten and Pac-12, announced teams won’t play this fall due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The documentary "A Thousand Cuts" shows journalist and news organization founder Maria Ressa's struggles with the government of Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte.
Democrat leaders in Senator Kamala Harris' home state of California discuss her history-making selection as Joe Biden's vice-presidential running mate.
Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar, is fighting to keep her seat in Minnesota's 5th Congressional District on Tuesday. She faces a challenge from Antone Melton-Meaux, a Black lawyer and mediator.
President Donald Trump says he's "a little surprised" that his Democratic rival, Joe Biden, has selected Kamala Harris as his running mate. Trump also said that Harris "was very disrespectful to Joe Biden" during the Democratic primaries.
Here are the top stories for Tuesday, August 11th: Russia approves coronavirus vaccine; Biden picks Sen. Kamala Harris as running mate; Mourning and clashes in Beirut a week after deadly blast; Hundreds of thousands flee flooding in Somalia.
Florida's governor says Florida State University and other schools should play football this fall. He spoke just hours before the Big Ten and Pac-12 pulled the plug on their seasons because of coronavirus.
Lawyers are suing the Key West police and school district over their arrest of an 8-year-old boy who allegedly punched a teacher. Police video shows officers trying to handcuff the boy on a felony battery charge.
A Confederate monument in downtown Athens, Georgia is being dismantled and removed from busy street. The monument was completed in 1872 and was built in memory of 217 local Confederate soldiers who died in the Civil War.