Recent Stories

Official Toll Underestimates U.S. Coronavirus Deaths, Maybe By a Lot

Official Toll Underestimates U.S. Coronavirus Deaths, Maybe By a Lot

As of mid-day today, about 12,000 people in the U.S. had died from Covid-19, but that figure almost certainly misses some, if not many, coronavirus deaths because it only includes deaths in which victims were tested and confirmed to have the disease

Bowing to Inevitable, Trump Extends Social Distance Guidelines Through April as Coronavirus Toll Mounts

Bowing to Inevitable, Trump Extends Social Distance Guidelines Through April as Coronavirus Toll Mounts

President Trump—backtracking on his professed desire to open the country in time for Easter—announced that the administration’s social distancing guidelines would be extended for another 30 days, through the end of April.

U.S. Now Has More Confirmed Coronavirus Cases Than China, Italy and All Other Countries

U.S. Now Has More Confirmed Coronavirus Cases Than China, Italy and All Other Countries

Global leader:  The United States now has more confirmed coronavirus cases than any other country.   As of mid-day Friday, there were more than 566,000 confirmed cases worldwide, and over 25,000 deaths, according to the Johns Hopkins coronavirus tracker.  British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has tested positive for COVID-19, but said his symptoms are mild. Confirmed…