United States v Iran Men's Basketball - Olympics: Day 5

Tokyo Games: Team USA Overpowers Iran in Men’s Basketball, 120-66

Team USA bounced back in the men's basketball tournament at Tokyo Games after a dominating performance against Asian powerhouse Iran, with a 120-66 victory on Wednesday.

Team USA Bows to France; French Team Reminds Americans Who the Gold Medal Favorite Is

France overpowered Team USA, snapping their 25-game Olympic winning streak in the Olympic opener, 89-79, Sunday.
Team USA Basketball

Team USA Rallies Back Against Spain, 83-76

After dropping their first two of its exhibition game, Team USA left their best performance for the last, capping off their exhibition schedule in Las Vegas with an 83-76 win over the reigning World Champions, Spain.
Team USA Bounces Back With Dominant Win Against Argentina

Team USA Bounces Back With Dominant Win Against Argentina

The USA men's basketball team lived up to its potential on Tuesday and bounced back with a 108-80 victory over Argentina for its first exhibition win.
Australia v United States

USA Basketball Booed Fans in Vegas After Australia Loss

For the first time since 1972, when NBA players started to suit up for the national team, there were boos from the crowd when the game ended after USA basketball had their second consecutive loss at home in exhibition games.
Banana Wholesalers Use Funk Holes As Storages and Dormitories In Wuhan

Truck Driver Caught Smuggling Cocaine Inside Banana Boxes

A truck driver from Canada revealed in Great Falls federal court Thursday about the drug trafficking crime he committed for hiding cocaine in boxes of bananas.
Tedros Adhanom, director general of the World Health Organization, shakes hands with Chinese President Xi jinping before a meeting at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing

American Officials Claims China Attempted to Influence WHO's COVID-19 Probe with $2B Donation

U.S. officials claim the Chinese government is attempting to distract the federal health agency from investigating allegations it hid important information of the coronavirus outbreak from the world.
University of Arkansas

University of Arkansas Professor Arrested Over Accepting 'Secret' Funds

American authorities arrested and charged an Arkansas professor with wire fraud after failing to disclose
Migrants, part of a caravan of thousands trying to reach the U.S., gather at the border fence between Mexico and the United States after arriving in Tijuana, Mexico November 13, 2018.

Cocaine Fuels Migration Crisis As Asylum Seekers Flee Dangerous Countries

The United States is facing a massive surge of migrants along its borders.
A man carries away fresh food at a Los Angeles Regional Food Bank giveaway

New Mexico Food Banks Seeing Few People Despite Poverty Rate

New Mexico food banks are seeing fewer people in their establishments than national food banks despite having one of the highest poverty rates in the country.

Things You Can Do If Your Mortgage Payment is Late

Are you already late for your April 15 mortgage payment? Here's what you can do.
 patient suffering from coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is treated at the intensive care unit at Ambroise Pare clinic in Neuilly-sur-Seine near Paris, France, April 1, 2020.

Government Offers $490M Ventilator Contract as Federal Stockpiles Hit Critical Level

The Trump administration tapped automaker General Motors to build ventilators in a bid to address the nation's shortage in ventilator supply amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Medical personnel take temperatures as they prepare the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center for coronavirus patients in New Orleans, Louisiana

US Government is Considering to Allow Americans to Return to Work Amid COVID-19 Crisis

The Trump administration is considering relaxing the coronavirus lockdown measures as early as Wednesday to let Americans with no symptoms to go back to work.

Meet Kayleigh McEnany: The New White House Press Secretary

The Trump administration recently tapped the former CNN contributor Kayleigh McEnany to join the White House communications team.
Happy Doc

Is the US Finally Flattening the Curve Against COVID-19?

Various states in the US reported fewer coronavirus deaths for two consecutive dates after hitting a grim milestone of 10,000 deaths in the nation.
Donald Trump-Xi Jinping

US Weighs Legal Action After China Hoards Medical Supplies

The Trump administration is weighing legal actions against the Chinese government after it placed a ban on exporting critical medical supplies.
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