During “Rise Up New York!” Jimmy Fallon thanked New York’s Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo for his coronavirus response while bashing President Trump.
Reviewing the full video of Vice President Mike Pence delivering boxes of PPE shows Pence was in on the joke, not performing a publicity stunt.
By empowering and assisting states and businesses the Trump Administration has led a robust effort to combat the coronavirus.
Pro-choicers shouldn’t be surprised when the right doesn’t take their economic arguments seriously. When COVID-19 came knocking, they didn’t take them seriously either.
Andrew Cuomo backed a state regulation that turned nursing homes into pandemic hotspots. But journalists determined to boost him at Trump’s expense aren’t biting.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo issued an advisory for hospitals to discharge elderly patients with COVID-19 back to nursing homes.
The Democrats have cancelled the presidential primary in the Empire state, and once again Bernie Sanders gets the short end of the stick.
Antibody studies suggest nearly a quarter of New York City residents have already had coronavirus.
Two new studies suggest that President Trump was right in early March when he guessed the fatality rate for coronavirus is under 1 percent.
The king of the nanny state should not be in charge of tracing the contacts of hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers.
The Mid-atlantic states have tapped McKinsey and Company to assist in reopening efforts, but its ties to China are troubling.
It is the American people, not the government who will decide when this lockdown is over. And they are getting closer to that decision.
President Trump gains nothing by conceding power over the state by state lockdowns. He should defend his branch of government.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi condemned the Trump administration’s response to the pandemic stemming from the Wuhan virus, including plans to reopen the economy.
The media treated Cuomo’s claims of needing 30,000 ventilators as legitimate, and the Trump administration’s competing claims as dubious.
As coronavirus cases slow, New York City is getting its groove back slowly but surely. It will be soon.
In times of crisis, the audience needs to trust that the journalists tasked with interviewing leading officials will do so without fear or favor.
Hospitals forced to forgo elective surgeries in preparation for a surge in patients have suffered lost revenues needed to keep operations afloat.
Rather than produce good results for patients, overbearing regulations such as certificate-of-need laws have inflated health-care costs and created a lack of competition, leading to poor care and shortages.
“Sanctuary Cities” that reject federal law and coordination for illegal immigrants are now begging for federal help to combat the Wuhan virus.
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