President Trump's Chief Of Staff Mark Meadows Contracts COVID-19
Mark Meadows' positive test comes amid a surge in new cases in the U.S.
Two administration officials have confirmed that President Trump's chief of staff, Mark Meadows, has tested positive for COVID-19. No update was given on his condition.
But this comes as cases in the U.S. have increased by more than 50 percent over the past two weeks, including a record 125,000 new reported infections on Friday.
President Biden to end emergency declarations for COVID
Those free at home COVID tests are expected to be a thing of the past after the emergency declaration ends.By Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi / AP
President Biden to end COVID-19 emergencies May 11
This comes as lawmakers have already ended elements of the emergencies that kept millions of Americans insured during the pandemic.By Susan Walsh / AP
WHO says COVID remains an emergency but is in transition
The World Health Organization said there is still uncertainty in COVID-19's future, but the virus is at a "transition point."By Shutterstock
Want to give a truck to Ukrainian fighters? 'Mad Max' is your guy
The Scripps News story of 'Mad Max" is inspiring strangers to buy used trucks and drive them to Ukraine for frontline duty.By Scripps News
Family: police brutality in death of son caught on camera
The family of a Black father in Bogalusa, Louisiana alleges that a police beating left the 28-year old dead last year.By Scripps News
Researchers asking for public's help to create 'map of the universe'
A team of researchers is compiling the public's answers on certain space images to classify galaxies and stars.By NASA