Despite a nationwide salmonella outbreak, Carlson argues that it's Americans’ perogative if they want to get intimate with their own chickens or not.
Chicken enthusiast Tiara Soliem joins 'Tucker Carlson' tonight to discuss her displeasure with the guidelines from the CDC.
The White House just blocked a CDC rule designed to prevent a pandemic "public health catastrophe” on cruise ships by keeping them docked until mid-February, a move clearly designed to appease Trump’s Republican cronies in Florida.
Dr. Anne Schuchat's stark assessment that coronavirus is spreading too rapidly and too broadly for the U.S. to get it under control as some other countries have.
A stark assessment from the principal deputy director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Thirty-nine percent reported intentionally engaging in at least one high-risk practice not recommended by CDC for prevention of COVID-19.
The Congress is working toward a $7.5 billion emergency spending package for the COVID-19 response, but there's a hurdle: Republicans who don't like language in it that would keep drug companies from price gouging on vaccines and treatments.
A new strain of coronavirus claims another life...this time in France. A 65-year-old man who had been traveling in Dubai has died from the illness, the French health ministry said. He was the first Frenchman to fall ill from the SARS-like coronavirus. The World Health Organization says the virus, which causes coughing, fever and pneumonia, can likely be passed between humans, but only after prolonged, close contact. Out of 44 confirmed cases worldwide, 23 people have now died with most of those infected having traveled in the Middle East.
After attacking the media for their "anti-gun agenda" and Slate Magazine for keeping a running tally of the number of people who have been killed by firearms since the Newtown massacre, Stephen Colbert opined over the fact that all of this anti-gun information has had an affect, with 93 percent of Americans now favoring background checks for all gun buyers.
We spoke with Dr. Mark Rosenberg, the scientist who led the government's research on guns before funding was cut.