IE 11 is not supported. For an optimal experience visit our site on another browser.
  • UP NEXT

    'He can be whatever he wants to be': Father explains how performing drag helps him be a better parent

    05:25
  • Trump should be charged with corruption, says former Manhattan prosecutor

    03:36
  • Democrats replace Iowa with South Carolina as Party’s first presidential primary state

    04:34
  • Spy balloon astonishes U.S. defense officials

    05:31
  • Ron DeSantis ramps up war on education

    03:17
  • 'Delays upon delays’: Divided Congress can’t even agree on committee rules

    03:31
  • Suspected Chinese balloon shot down over the Atlantic

    04:18
  • New developments in Tyre Nichols case, renewed calls for accountability

    03:49
  • #VelshiBannedBookClub: Revisiting “The 1619 Project” with Nikole Hannah-Jones

    08:39
  • One Whole Year of the #VelshiBannedBookClub

    05:22
  • Amb. Bill Taylor: “The Russians don’t know why they’re fighting”

    05:06
  • Rep. Plaskett: We’ll be a “truth squad” on Congress’ new Weaponization Committee

    05:20
  • Velshi: Qualified Immunity shields police from accountability

    05:34
  • Santos inexplicably cast himself as (failed) Broadway producer: Bloomberg

    01:31
  • Bipartisan push looks to secure U.S. farmland from China

    01:21
  • Nearly 1000 migrant children remain separated from families after Trump policy

    07:26
  • China spy balloon screw-up an opportunity for U.S. intelligence

    03:06
  • Chinese spy balloon freak-out tailor-made for modern GOP

    04:45
  • Tester announces hearing for real answers on Chinese spy balloon

    04:46
  • Friday Nightcap: Netflix & Etiquette

    07:21

Health care facilities brace for an onslaught of coronavirus cases

06:19

As U.S. cases of coronavirus increase dramatically, health care professionals and medical facilities are trying their best to prepare amid shortages of protective equipment like masks and gloves, and worries about access to intensive care beds and respirators. There are also indications that COVID-19 is more prevalent and serious among younger people than previously thought, not just the elderly.