The United States has counted more coronavirus deaths than any other country.

The U.S. continues to have the greatest coronavirus death toll of any country in the world — around triplethat of the United Kingdom, which ranks second in total deaths.


the U.S. ranks ninth in deaths per capita,


Eric Trump bragged about the stock market as the US crossed 100,000 dead — and it didn’t go well

Donald Trump just issued his most serious threat yet to free speech

On Wednesday the president threatened Twitter, a social media platform that he has used for half a decade to advance his political cause, after it included a fact-check label on one of his tweets. First things first: Twitter was indisputably correct in saying that Trump had uttered a falsehood when he claimed mail-in ballots are fraudulent. (CEO Jack Dorsey has also defended Trump’s right to baselessly accuse one of his critics of murder, so it’s not like the platform is consistent in correcting Trump’s lies.)


The US has reached a grim milestone: 100,000 coronavirus deaths

The official toll, almost certainly an undercount, is the highest in the world.

Officially, 100,000 Americans and counting have now died from the novel coronavirus, another unfortunate marker in the pandemic.



Democratic presidential candidate, former Vice President Joe Biden, with Jill Biden, departs after laying a wreath at the Delaware Memorial Bridge Veterans Memorial Park, Monday, May 25, 2020, in New Castle, Del. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)