Defectors from China reportedly claim that the Chinese Communist Party knew about the danger of COVID-19 in late December of last year but covered it up while stockpiling personal protective equipment.
Member nations of the World Health Organization have voted to investigate China’s response to the coronavirus outbreak after Australian researchers found “human intervention” likely in the mutation of SARS-CoV-2.
From arrows on sidewalks to control pedestrians to multi-trillion dollar handouts to social-distancing pool noodle hats, COVID-19 madness is manifesting in strange ways all over the world. (At least the hats were a joke.)
The city of San Francisco is housing several thousand homeless people in luxury hotels during COVID-19 — and, apparently, providing “limited quantities” of alcohol, marijuana, and tobacco to encourage them to remain in quarantine.
Newly released FBI documents show that agents who interviewed former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn actually debated whether their goal was to “get him to lie so we can prosecute him or get him fired.”
Twitter and YouTube have banned accounts and videos that shared information about COVID-19 deemed inaccurate, but two college professors argue in a new article that tech giants should cooperate with government to censor information on the web.