U.S. NewsAction.News ABC Action News Santa Barbara Calgary WestNet-HD Weather Traffic

Home WestNet.ca WebMail

              

Coronavirus Information: Buy Masks Here
Updated: 18th March 2020 03:53U.S. News

U.S. News

Mark Steyn, a regular Fox News contributor, claimed Donald Trump would be blamed for "a big gay apocalypse."
She's asking followers to send "seed" money in honor of a Bible passage that promises protection against pestilence and plague.
"The Daily Show" host is sharing comedy bits online to help alleviate viewers’ anxiety about the coronavirus.

The conservative network's hosts downplayed the threat and claimed Democrats were hyping it to make Trump look bad. Now, they've changed their tune.
“The United States is again faced with a crisis that calls for a national response," wrote the newspaper's board.
The "Modern Family" actor, who is immunocompromised due to ongoing health conditions, says her "panic level is pretty high."
"The president of the United States is gaslighting you and you deserve to know," said the CNN host.
The couple tested positive for the infection while in Australia.
The incumbent state's attorney for Cook County beat out three challengers after a tough year of criticism over how she handled the actor's case.
On Jan. 22, Trump said he had no concerns coronavirus would become a pandemic. On Tuesday, he said he'd always known it would be one.
Pastor Guillermo Maldonado suggested on Sunday that people who skipped services were caving to fears instead of believing in God's promises.
Music is one way to share a connection with others during the coronavirus outbreak, and it's not all the blues.
Investigators found that fragments apparently are “deliberate forgeries created in the twentieth century."
From the office to the grocery store, many Americans are seeing a sharp change to their daily lives.
Nearly 1 million COVID-19 patients may need to be put on ventilators but there are only about 200,000 machines in the U.S.
The virus responsible for COVID-19 has been detected nationwide, the CDC confirmed.
The "High School Musical" star said even if everybody gets the coronavirus "people are gonna die. Which is terrible, but, like, inevitable?"
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said earlier Tuesday he had no interest in imposing local quarantines.
Several polling sites were relocated or shut down as Illinois conducted its vote amid the pandemic.