Vice President Pence, top health officials provide updates on the spread of the coronavirus in U.S
As public concern over the spread of the coronavirus continues to grow, leaders in the Trump administration are assuring Americans the risk is still low despite the rapidly changing situation. One America's Emily Finn breaks down the latest updates.
Vice President Pence Participates in a Roundtable Discussion with GM and Ventec Life Systems Employees
Kokomo, IN Vice President Mike Pence is taking the advice of the White House medical unit and plans to work remotely. Pence is reevaluating how he will be interacting with others after his press secretary tested positive for COVID-19. The vice president did not test positive for the virus and is taking precautions to avoid spread. More than two months after the shooting death of Ahmaud Arbery, a 25-year-old unarmed black man, on a residential street in southern Georgia, a father and son have been jailed and charged with murder.
The arrests come a day before friends and family of Arbery planned to hold a dedication distance run Friday, for what would have been Arbery's 26th birthday.
Arbery was killed in February about 2 miles from his home in a neighborhood outside Brunswick, Georgia. Two men, Gregory and Travis McMichael, told police they saw him running and believed he was a burglary suspect, so they armed themselves, got in a truck and followed him. They told police Arbery attacked them after one of the men got out of the truck with a shotgun. President Trump Participates in the Presentation of the United States Space Force Flag and Signs an Armed Forces Day Proclamation