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Trump Is Not the First President to Become Ill in Office

President Trump’s bout with COVID-19 and his hospitalization have sent many Americans back to their history books to learn what happens when the Chief Executive is too ill or indisposed to carry out his official duties.

COVID-19 Closures Spur Growth of Online Gambling Business

If you think online sports betting and gambling on gaming stocks will die down once the COVID-19 pandemic is under control – don't bet on it.

Kazakhstan Refutes Claim of Deadlier-Than-COVID ‘Unknown Pneumonia’ Outbreak

According to reports from China, Kazakhstan is experiencing a wide-spread outbreak of an "unknown pneumonia" that is potentially deadlier than the novel coronavirus.

Operation Warp Speed: US Pays $1.6 Billion for COVID-19 Vaccine by January 2021

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) will pay Novavax $1.6 billion to develop 300 million doses of a COVID-19 vaccine by the beginning of 2021.

Coronavirus Cases Continue to Climb in a Majority of States

Twenty-seven states have reported an increase in coronavirus cases in the past two weeks. They include Florida, Georgia, Arizona and North Carolina.

‘Major Cyberattack’ Hits All Levels of Australian Government

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced last Friday that a major cyberattack by a “sophisticated state-based actor” has hit the nation.

State Department Unit Protects Against US Passport Fraud and Deters Crime

DSS investigates visa and passport fraud, assists in investigating crimes against U.S. citizens, and trains foreign law enforcement and immigration authorities.

Historic COVID-19 Death Number Overshadows Unemployment Rate

There have been 40.7 million unemployment claims since March. That figure includes an additional 2.1 million claims filed last week.

States Set Their Own Restrictions to Combat Coronavirus

Regardless of federal guidelines, some states have begun to lift restrictions – allowing small businesses and public places to re-open – even as the coronavirus pandemic rages on.

States Get Jump on CDC Draft Guidelines and Start to Reopen

Several states have begun loosening or abolishing restrictions aimed at containing the spread of the novel coronavirus. Is it too soon?