Doug Stanglin, USA TODAY

Doug Stanglin


Arlington, VA, United States

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Recent articles by Douglas:

More than 500,000 people worldwide have now died from the coronavirus

A half-million people have now died from COVID-19 worldwide, and the death toll has doubled in just over seven weeks. → Read More

Princeton removes Woodrow Wilson's name from school, citing his 'racist thinking and policies'

Princeton's board votes to remove President Wood Wilson's name from the school of public and international affairs because of "racist views and policies." → Read More

Coronavirus live updates: Chief Justice to graduates: 'You will be tested'; US nears 100,000 deaths

NBA, Disney in talks to resume season at Florida complex as mounting death toll in the U.S. likely to hit 100,000 early next week. Saturday's news. → Read More

Fact Check: New York legislators did not just vote a pay raise during the coronavirus shutdown

Candidate for state assembly claims on Facebook that the N.Y. Legislature vote biggest pay raise in history. → Read More

Coronavirus live updates: Thousands of deaths tied to nursing homes; testing holds back California from reopening

Alarming outbreaks at nursing homes, long-term care facilities, prisons and meatpacking plants raise concerns as states slowly move to reopen. → Read More

Coronavirus live updates: White House issues reopening guidelines; some Florida beaches will open; China revises Wuhan death count

COVID-19 news Friday: Stock futures are up, Trump shares reopening plan and antiviral Remdesivir shows promise in treatment. → Read More

Where are you required to wear a face mask? More and more states, cities and towns making it a rule

A growing number of states, towns and cities are mandating that people wear face masks in public spaces. New York and Maryland just joined that list. → Read More

'Take this seriously': Southeast may see severe storms and tornadoes on Easter Sunday

Forecasters are particularly concerned about the prospect of tornadoes staying on the ground for several minutes. → Read More

Easter weekend could bring severe storms and possible tornadoes from Texas to Virginia

Easter weekend may bring severe thunderstorms from Texas to Virginia, and possibly tornadoes. Here's the forecast. → Read More

CDC website drops guidance, anecdotal data on Trump-backed hydroxychloroquine as COVID-19 treatment

The updated CDC guidance drops references to hydroxychloroquine anecdotal studies as a treatment for the coronavirus. → Read More

There are 1 million coronavirus cases worldwide. But there's probably many more people who have the disease.

Officially, the world has surpassed 1 million confirmed coronavirus cases. In reality, we likely passed that number a long time ago. Here's why. → Read More

Coronavirus live updates: House set to vote on stimulus; US has most cases in the world; Boris Johnson tests positive

As America becomes the nation with more confirmed cases than any other in the world, unemployment spikes and Congress promises financial relief soon. → Read More

Coronavirus updates: House passes economic relief bill, Trump may get tested, cruises won't sail for 30 days

The latest news on the coronavirus outbreak, the US response and how you can prepare. → Read More

Russian President Vladimir Putin's bid to stay in office until 2036 quickly backed by lawmakers

Kremlin critics denounced the move for Vladimir Putin to stay in office until 2036 as cynical manipulation and called for protests on March 21. → Read More

Coronavirus updates: Stocks poised to open higher as US death toll hits 40; House finalizing deal for free testing

The coronavirus pandemic triggered a wave of historic measures and another steep drop for U.S. stocks. Here's a recap of the latest news. → Read More

'Pretty much like an explosion': Day after brutal Nashville tornadoes that killed 24 people, 22 still missing

Thousands were without power in Tennessee, hampering efforts to locate more than 20 still missing from devastating tornadoes that killed at least 24. → Read More

'The incredible spirit of Nashville': Grit and hope amid the grief after deadly Tennessee tornadoes

In the wake of a violent tornado that killed 25 people,in Tennessee, people have turned to grieving, picking up and helping each other. → Read More

Coronavirus live updates: First US death reported in Washington state, officials say

Washington state officials confirm the first coronavirus death in the U.S. Here's the latest on the COVID-19 outbreak. → Read More

CDC is preparing for the 'likely' spread of coronavirus in the US, officials say

While coronavirus has not spread in the United States, CDC officials said they're preparing for the coronavirus to become a pandemic. → Read More

A dozen towns in northern Italy are locked down after coronavirus deaths

Schools, businesses and restaurant closed in a dozen northern Italian towns Saturday following reports of two deaths tied to the coronavirus outbreak → Read More