President Trump asked his top aides whether he is likely to get impeached during a possible second term, said acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney, who accused the media of trying to use the coronavirus to “bring down” his boss.
The store had to be thoroughly disinfected and the food destroyed after the incident.
The prime minister is accessible and able to make decisions despite remaining in intensive care.
Some officers have been 'baited' by members of the public, according to Northamptonshire Police.
Pakistan doctors beaten by police as they despair of 'untreatable' pandemic. Lack of equipment, dysfunctional government and conflicting messages are impeding country’s efforts against virus
A US jobs report published on Thursday showed 6.6 million Americans filing for unemployment benefits last week as the coronavirus pandemic shut down much of society, with nearly 10 percent of the workforce seeking aid.The surge in applications for government benefits has caused processing issues across the country, according to reports, and applicants have said they experienced website crashes and delayed payments when filing for unemployment.
A plane carrying 90 tons of UN health, water and sanitation aid arrived in Venezuela on Wednesday to help the cash-strapped country fight the coronavirus pandemic.
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Dozens of surfers were pictured taking to the sea at Fistral Beach in Newquay, seemingly in defiance of the UK's coronavirus lockdown rules.
Lockdown measures are set to be extended for the rest of the month.
Labour: Corbynites seek to regroup after Keir Starmer victoryRichard Burgon hopes to relaunch Campaign Group, potentially with John McDonnell’s support
Princess Margaret was one of the first notable royals to bridge the gap between the monarchy and celebrity culture.Frequently seen at film premieres and meeting the likes of The Beatles, Warren Beatty, Peter O’Toole, Barbra Streisand and Julie Andrews, she helped to modernise the image of the Royal Family, while also occasionally drawing controversy.
There are now more than 1.4 million cases around the world, with 88,000 people having died after becoming infected.
Barack and Michelle Obama will “come off the sidelines and get involved” to support presidential candidate Joe Biden, according to Mr Obama’s former campaign manager.Jim Messina told MSNBC on Wednesday that the withdrawal of senator Bernie Sanders from the 2020 race would allow the former president and first lady support their former vice president in a way that was “a very, very big deal”.
Not all of the series' stars live together.
Eileen and Eleanor Andrews, 66, are believed to have contracted COVID-19 at the home they shared together in South Wales.
Coming out the block door this morning was 47-year-old Michael King, pushed out in wheelchair by his sister Clara. People with the kind of jobs that allow them to work from home are not doing their conference calls from blocks like Whitstable House.
Prospects for a European Union deal on a package to support its coronavirus-battered economies brightened on Thursday as Germany put its foot down to end opposition from the Netherlands and to reassure Italy that the EU would show it solidarity. Earlier, Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said the EU's existence would be under threat if it could not come together to combat the pandemic, as objections from the Netherlands blocked a deal that all other countries were ready to back. For weeks, the 27 EU member states have failed miserably to show the bloc's supposed solidarity in the face of perhaps its greatest challenge, squabbling not only over money but also go-it-alone border restrictions and bans on medical exports."It looks like an agreement is possible," German Finance Minister Olaf Scholz said, signalling that the Netherlands had softened its stance of demanding tough conditions for countries such as Italy and Spain to draw on aid funds.
IN THE PAPERS - Thursday, April 9: French paper Liberation reports on concerns about restrictions on freedom continuing after the Covid-19 pandemic; Bernie Sanders slams Donald Trump in a piece for the Guardian; The New York Times looks at the fate of one billion people in slums at risk of being infected and finally one bored man in confinement recreates iconic movie posters adapted to current pandemic conditions!
NHS workers, private contractors and British Army troops are building medical and intensive care facilities inside Birmingham's National Exhibition Centre.