Scott Harris, co-founder of Catoctin Creek distillery in Purcellville, Virginia, has been eager to convert 55 gallons of disposal alcohol he already had into hand sanitizer and ordering another 1,000 gallons from his supplier. As one of those with easy access to alcohol, the key ingredient in sanitizer, he says he felt a "moral responsibility" to step up.
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A Defense Department agency that tracks down the remains of missing military members and prisoners-of-war has been forced to suspend search missions because of the coronavirus pandemic.Shares
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The coronavirus pandemic has put much of American foreign policy in quarantine, raising major questions over some of President Trump's hoped-for election year international breakthroughs.Shares
President Trump's confidant Roger Stone is awaiting a 40-month prison sentence while former FBI bigwig Andrew McCabe enjoys life as a high-profile CNN commentator, creating outrage among conservatives who see a political double standard when it comes to prosecutions of false statements.Shares
Michael Bloomberg's abrupt exit from the Democratic presidential race opened a clear path to the nomination for former Vice President Joseph R. Biden, who has harnessed a surge of anti-Trump energy in the Democratic Party to block the far-left movement of Sen. Bernard Sanders.Shares
Much like the National Football League and other corners of American society, the military has only relatively recently begun to delve deeply into brain injuries, their prevalence and the impact they could have on morale and performance.Shares