The notoriously mask-averse president is now claiming he is “all for masks” and thinks "masks are good.”
Social media platforms have issued bans and takedowns as they face mounting pressure. But how much has really changed?
The president repeated the claim as the U.S. reeled from record spikes in new daily cases of COVID-19.
A New York appellate judge lifted a restraining order against Simon & Schuster, saying it was not bound by a confidentiality agreement Mary L. Trump signed.
Texas Medical Center, home to most of the city's hospitals, responds to its ICU overflow by shifting staff and equipment as coronavirus cases surge in the state.
“The least people could do is put on a mask,” said the sister of a grocery store worker who died from COVID-19 in May.
Trials found that the anti-viral drug can reduce the recovery time of COVID-19 patients by four days.
The Rev. Theodore Rothrock's diatribe against Black Lives Matter got him suspended from his church in Carmel, Indiana.
Cameron Swoboda later claimed he supported Black Lives Matter, writing that white privilege saved his life.
This one really leaps off the page.