California is monitoring 8,400 people who arrived on domestic commercial flights for the Wuhan coronavirus, Governor Gavin Newsom announced on Thursday.
Telecommunications giant Huawei, accused by the U.S. of spying for the Chinese government, announced the company plans to build its first European manufacturing plant.
Nevada Democratic Party Chair William McCurdy called police after supporters of Senator Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) protested outside his home.
Senator Josh Hawley on Wednesday revealed legislation intended to reduce U.S. reliance on China for the manufacture of certain prescription drugs.
An Iranian parliament spokesman on Wednesday announced the decision, in response to a growing number of cases of the contagious respiratory disease in Iran.
The Trump campaign announced on Wednesday that it had filed a libel suit against the New York Times over a column by former Times editor Max Frankel.
A federal court ruled that the Trump administration could withhold grants to New York City, as well as seven states, due to their refusal to cooperate with federal immigration enforcement.
Intelligence officials worry that a February 13 briefing on election interference is being distorted due to a misunderstanding by Democratic lawmakers.
China has changed its diagnostic criteria for the coronavirus multiple times, leading to confusion over the number of confirmed cases in the country.
Tamaya Dennard is accused of bribery, wire fraud and attempted extortion, according to a federal affidavit detailed by the Cincinnati Enquirer.