The US president has been accused of putting Asian-Americans at risk of retaliation by using the term.
The Latino vote in Florida has changed considerably in the last 20 years. Yahoo News speaks with Hispanic voters from this influential swing state ahead of the Florida primary. Who stands a chance to win their coveted vote?
On Friday, President Donald Trump declared the coronavirus outbreak to be a national emergency. During his address, the president announced a new partnership with members of the private sector to "vastly increase and accelerate" the capacity for tests for the virus, which until now have been scarce. Yahoo News National Correspondent Alexander Nazaryan explains why so few Americans have been tested for coronavirus.
The America's Got Talent judge and supermodel says she has been unable to get test to confirm concerns she has coronavirus
With more confirmed cases by the hour, the coronavirus is starting to have a major impact on day-to-day life in the United States and around the world. Many companies are calling on employees to work from home, some colleges are converting to online classes, and large-scale events are being canceled with increasing frequency — and in New Rochelle, N.Y., where coronavirus cases have spiked, Gov. Andrew Cuomo has instituted a "containment zone" to stop the disease from spreading. Yahoo News Reporter Marquise Francis tells you what you need to know about attempts to contain the virus in New Rochelle.
Joe Biden's resurgence as a frontrunner in the Democratic presidential primary has reopened the door for attacks on his record as vice president. While Bernie Sanders enjoyed the lead, Republican attacks focused on the need to defeat "socialism," but they are now shifting to Biden and his son Hunter's connections to the Ukrainian energy company Burisma. Yahoo News Senior Political Correspondent Jon Ward explains how Republicans may use ongoing investigations into Burisma as political leverage in the general election.
As cases of COVID-19 spread worldwide, one expert tells Yahoo News there’s an important lesson we should learn from the deadliest pandemic in modern history: Tell the truth.
In the UK, the government has recommended regular hand washing of 20 second periods using soap and water or hand sanitiser.
In the weeks prior to the South Carolina primary and Super Tuesday, former Vice President Joe Biden's campaign for the Democratic nomination seemed to be on life support — but a surprise string of electoral victories have turned the tables. Now, as the primary race heads toward its endgame, the stakes are even higher for Biden and rival Bernie Sanders. Yahoo News Senior Political Correspondent Jon Ward offers a preview of what to watch for in the weeks ahead.
Donald Trump said he is considering closing the US border with Mexico to guard against the spread of Covid-19.
President Trump has been acquitted by the Senate on both charges contained within the articles of impeachment, drawing proceedings that started in October to a close. Yahoo News Senior Political Correspondent Jon Ward explains what to expect next, the surprise break of Mitt Romney from his GOP cohort and what role impeachment will play in the 2020 election.
In this episode of “Inside Impeachment,” Yahoo News Chief Investigative Correspondent Michael Isikoff lays out the remaining questions in the Senate impeachment trial of President Trump. With a vote to acquit the president all but assured, the legacy of impeachment is starting to come into focus. However, before a final vote is held on Wednesday, Trump will face both chambers of Congress — and the American people — to deliver this year’s State of the Union address.
Anderson and Jon Peters dated 30 years ago but have now separated after less than two weeks as husband and wife.
In this episode of “Inside Impeachment,” Yahoo News Chief Investigative Correspondent Michael Isikoff addresses the latest bombshell in the Senate impeachment trial. On Sunday night the New York Times reported that former national security adviser John Bolton’s forthcoming book provides a firsthand account of a conversation with President Trump that supports a key element of the impeachment case against him: that Trump directly ordered a freeze on aid to Ukraine until that country’s government launched investigations into former Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter. Bolton, who declined to testify before the House, has previously said he would appear if subpoenaed by the Senate — and now it looks more likely than ever that he will be called to do so.
Robert Ray, a member of President Trump’s impeachment defense team, tells Yahoo News Editor in Chief Daniel Klaidman and Chief Investigative Correspondent Michael Isikoff that despite polls showing a majority in favor of allowing new witnesses and evidence in the impeachment trial, the upcoming Senate vote to allow or deny new witnesses and evidence “will be the end of it.”