Fauci, other health officials to testify before Senate panel via videoconference amid coronavirus concerns

Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.Dr. Anthony Fauci and other public health officials will testify this week before a key Senate committee via videoconference due to the threats posed by the novel coronavirus, Sen. Lamar Alexander announced Sunday.Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases , and...

New Hampshire officials promise to ‘get it right’ with voter tabulations ahead of state primary

Officials in New Hampshire attempted to quell voters' fears ahead of the state primary on Tuesday, with Republican Gov. Chris Sununu promising to "get it right" with voter tabulations, as results from the Iowa caucuses remain incomplete three days later.Sununu told reporters at a news conference Thursday that "given the news and uncertainty" in Iowa, officials are seeking to assure voters that...

Elizabeth Warren reveals she made $1.9 million from private legal work over 3 decades

Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., received $1.9 million from private legal work during her time as a law professor stretching back three decades, according to a release by her campaign.The work, since 1986, included fees from large corporate clients, her campaign said in the release.Some of her clients included the attorneys for Rabobank, a Dutch financial institution that became a creditor in...

Impeachment hearing witness invokes Barron Trump’s name for laughs

A Stanford Law professor brought up President Trump’s youngest son during Wednesday's impeachment hearing, sparking laughs from some in the House Judiciary Committee audience -- and provoking a furious response from the White House.Lawyer Pamela Karlan invoked13-year-old Barron Trump when trying to make a point that Trump can’t rule like a king."The Constitution says there can be no titles...