POLI & ECON

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson launched a review of social-distancing rules as he tries to encourage consumers to go out and “shop with confidence” when non-essential stores reopen in England on Monday. Johnson suggested coronavirus regulations...
A group of health and medical colleagues has penned an open letter to express their concern that protests around the United States could be shut down under the guise of coronavirus health concerns. The letter...
The Trump administration is doing by fiat what it has struggled to accomplish through lengthy rulemaking — dismantling federal regulations designed to protect workers, consumers, investors and the environment. Invoking an economic “emergency” stemming from the coronavirus pandemic,...
In the midst of a deadly pandemic, people are taking to the streets in large droves to protest police brutality and anti-Blackness, spurred by the killing of George Floyd, a Black man who died after Minneapolis...
President Trump said Friday the U.S. would halt its funding of the World Health Organization and pull out of the agency, accusing it of protecting China as the coronavirus pandemic took off. The move has...
The burning of a church in northern Mississippi this week is being investigated as arson because of a spray-painted message at the scene that seemed to criticize the church’s defiance of coronavirus restrictions. First Pentecostal Church had sued the city...
White House health advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci said that extended stay-at-home orders could end up causing 'irreparable damage' in certain parts of the country if they do not open soon.  Fauci was speaking on CNBC's 'Halftime Report' on Friday...
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's top infectious-disease expert, said on Friday that extended lockdowns could cause "irreparable" harm and worse health outcomes. "We can't stay locked down for such a considerable period of time that you...
Now's no time to become complacent about COVID-19, experts warn It may seem like things are returning to normal as the unprecedented rules and restrictions that have governed our lives over the past two months are...
Ontario schools will remain closed to in-class instruction this academic year even as the government moves to restart parts of the economy, with plans to open daycares and day camps later in the summer. Premier Doug...