‘Blood on his hands’: As US nears 400,000 COVID-19 deaths, experts blame Trump administration for a ‘preventable’ loss of life

Experts blame the Trump administration's pandemic response for the United States' world-leading death toll. "This loss of life was preventable."        

Super spreader events: What they are, how they happen

President Trump and people close to him may have been infected with the coronavirus at a super spreader. Here's what we know about those events.        

As heat wave brings ‘critical risks’ of wildfires, California contends with two new blazes

A heat wave in the Western U.S., combined with windy conditions in California, have increased the risk of fire in an area already battered by blazes.        

California’s air quality is worse than India’s. That’s not good in a pandemic

The wildfires ravaging parts of California are ruining air quality when the COVID-19 pandemic has increased the risk of respiratory illness.