Senate Democrats are expected to block a GOP measure for $250 billion more for small businesses and instead offer a broader proposal of their own. How lawmakers will overcome the impasse remains to be seen.
The Chinese embassy in Moscow on Wednesday night announced the temporary closure of all land border points of entry for individuals travelling between the mainland and Russia.
"There's certain human magic in being together," said protest organizer Iryna Verity.
Democratic voters across the country largely rejected the candidates pushing for universal health care in the primary race.
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The Australian Health Protection Principal Committee said experimental use of medications such as hydroxychloroquine for coronavirus prevention and treatment was not recommended.
There have now been 2,932 confirmed COVID-19 coronavirus cases in the kingdom, with 41 deaths and 631 recoveries.
The Attorney General told Fox News anchor Laura Ingraham that the debate about the malaria drug has been politicized.
1 in 5 texters who have contacted Crisis Help Line have expressed anxiety about the COVID-19 outbreak.
Senators have reportedly been advised to use alternative video conferencing platforms or apps for remote working during the lockdown.
Individual has been isolated and will be transferred off the ship as soon as possible.
Russia and OPEC representatives will meet Thursday following reports that a deal to end the price war is near.
The damage was severe in several parts of Indiana, where trees and utility poles were downed during the storms.
Roughly 74 percent of respondents said they approved of their state governor's response to the coronavirus pandemic.
At least nine states have reported more than 10,000 confirmed cases, including in New York, the worst-hit state in the country.
Recent poll results show Biden holding leads over Trump in both national and statewide polling in key states.
Trump accused the WHO of being too "China centric" on Tuesday, and suggested the organization had mishandled the COVID-19 outbreak.
"We all have to help each other," Matthew Fermin, owner of East Harlem restaurant Santiago's Beer Garden, told Newsweek.
"I almost cried," said a user of Six Feet Supplies, a charity started by teenagers who shop for those susceptible to COVID-19.
"I want to keep it going as long as we can," Ryan O'Connell told Newsweek.
Find out what this international coterie of chefs and food writers—from Tbilisi, Georgia, to Rome to New York City—are cooking up while stuck at home, and get their tips for stocking your kitchens and pantries for optimum deliciousness.
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Two American musicians play a nightly concert on their balcony while quarantined in their newly adopted home in Italy. It's a gift for their neighbors, but they also have a strong message for Americans, too.
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