Redfield has led the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention since 2018 after being appointed by President Trump.
Hong Kong became a semi-autonomous region of China after the 1997 handover from Great Britain.
FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr said Friday that Twitter and other social media sites should have "neutral terms of service."
New York City will not notify its business owners in advance of reopening day.
As concerns about spreading coronavirus abound, this lawmaker is pushing for a ban on the practice.
Rioters set fire to a number of small businesses and chain stores and looted a nearby Target.
Gov. Roy Cooper closed indoor exercise facilities, including gyms and martial arts studios, on March 23, and has extended it through June 26.
Billionaires Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos and Richard Branson have set their sights on space to make their next fortune.
The postponement means you may be able to watch history in person at Kennedy Space Center.
Drivers are accusing the state of making them wait months to learn whether they will be receiving unemployment benefits.
Beef prices are supermarkets spiked during the coronavirus pandemic, while prices paid to ranchers for cattle steadily dropped.
In the week of May 11 to May 17, the number of murders increased by 125 percent, while shooting incidents spiked by 287.5 percent.
SpaceX is preparing to launch two NASA astronauts into orbit Wednesday.
President Trump will be present at SpaceX's historic launch set for Wednesday.
More than 4,300 recovering coronavirus patients were sent to New York’s already vulnerable nursing homes under a controversial state directive.
The coronavirus pandemic has put many court cases on indefinite hold and left judges trying to manage some hearings via videoconferencing.
Advocates argue that the exams are an unfair admission barrier to certain students who often cannot pay for pricey test preparation.
SpaceX’s upcoming launch marks a turning point in space exploration for several reasons.
The numbers of nursing home residents testing positive for the coronavirus and dying from COVID-19 are linked to location and population density — not care quality ratings.
It will mark the first time astronauts launch into orbit aboard a private company’s spacecraft, and it will also be the first launch of American astronauts in an American-made spacecraft since the Space Shuttle program ended in 2011.