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"We have a self-described great genius — self-described — and this great genius has told us that this coronavirus is going to end in two months,” said Bernie Sanders.
World News
This marks the first known case of the disease in the American military.
World News
The male baboon was en route to a vasectomy procedure with two females in tow to keep him calm, authorities said.
Politics
In a new HuffPost/YouGov poll, most Democratic voters said presidential candidates should publicly release any relevant medical information.
Health
The new coronavirus, COVID-19, is expected to grow into a pandemic. Here's what to do before it breaks and after.
World News
The International Olympic Committee says it has a three-month window to decide the fate of the 2020 games.
Health
It's not "a question of if" the virus will spread in the U.S. but "exactly when," a CDC official said.
Politics
Thirty-nine state attorneys generals plan to examine the popular e-cigarette company's marketing and sales practices.
Politics
President Donald Trump's top economic adviser spread misinformation about the virus during an interview on CNBC as financial markets tumbled.
Weird News
The 61-year-old patient was denied a liver transplant because doctors thought she was hiding an alcohol abuse problem.
Politics
Iraj Harirchi confirmed the diagnosis a day after he gave a news conference seeking to minimize the danger posed by the outbreak.
HuffPost Personal
"This is Rare Disease Week and I learned the hard way ... that most medical folks haven't encountered them and simply won’t be able to help when issues arise."
World News
“We are faced with a watershed moment in the case of the coronavirus,” South Korea's president said earlier this month.
World News
The World Health Organization's director-general said the focus needs to be on containing COVID-19.
Black Voices
South Carolina’s long been called “the Black primary,” but HuffPost spoke to residents of Columbia who are approaching the election with views and values as diverse as America itself.
HuffPost Personal
"Opiate withdrawal makes any kind of sensation too much -- too bright, too loud, too scratchy."
World News
Italy is battling the largest flare-up of the disease yet seen in Europe, with 3 people dying of the illness since Friday and more than 150 cases reported.
World News
The rapid rise in new cases are largely being traced back to church services.
Politics
A bill that passed the House late last year would dramatically transform how the U.S. pays for prescription drugs
Health
The court temporarily halted the federal government from sending up to 50 people to Costa Mesa.