CNN host Chris Cuomo said President Donald Trump calling himself "a cheerleader for this country" when confronted with earlier statements that appeared to minimize the coronavirus threat "the most asinine statement of leadership I have ever heard" on Tuesday.
"Our results suggest that speaking can indeed be a major mode of SARS-CoV-2 transmission," researchers from the National Institutes of Health wrote Monday.
The carbon emissions produced by a single car over the course of a year could be offset by about 250 cherry trees, according to South Korean researchers.
CNN's Anderson Cooper said that President Donald Trump was "hijacking" daily coronavirus task force briefings in an attempt to erase his "reprehensibly irresponsible" early response to COVID-19.
A Florida man allegedly cut the line at a Dollar Tree store and refused to follow social distancing guidelines before physically attacking an employee who asked him to follow the rules.
The notion that the drug hydroxychloroquine is an effective treatment for COVID-19 was called "complete and utter nonsense" by Dr. William Haseltine on Fox News Monday.
"When I reopen my restaurants, I hope I will, every active Doctor and Nurse will eat for free for the rest of the year," celebrity chef José Andrés said on Twitter late Thursday night.
A study published Friday finds the the common anti-parasite drug Ivermectin can stop the virus that causes COVID-19 from multiplying in a laboratory setting.
HBO and AMC are among the networks providing content free of charge to homebound viewers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
President Donald Trump announced Friday that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention were issuing voluntary guidance that all Americans wear a face covering when in public, before adding "I don't think I'll be doing it."
Multiple Trump advisers have reportedly balked at the administration's estimate of 100,000-240,000 deaths due to COVID-19.
Conservative talk radio host Rush Limbaugh claimed that the COVID-19 pandemic has led to people "living under government by modeling."
Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) said that national orders to contain the highly contagious virus would not be needed because "some places have more cows than people."
CNN host Chris Cuomo told his audience Wednesday that the high fever he experienced during a sleepless night while suffering from COVID-19 brought with it a vision of his late father, former New York Governor Mario Cuomo.
The Trump administration announced Wednesday night that Social Security recipients will "need to take no action" to receive the $1,200 payment, reversing an earlier decision that would have required a "simple tax return."
Rev. Tony Spell of the Life Tabernacle Church has insisted that his parishioners are not in danger because COVID-19 is "politically motivated."
Residents of Georgia and Mississippi are expected on Friday to join millions of others across the U.S. under orders to stay at home to help stem the spread of COVID-19.
A heated argument ensued when a Pennsylvania man was told to "cover while he coughed because of the virus that is going around," eventually resulting in shots being fired at an occupied vehicle.
As Carnival seeks $6 billion in funding to help with financial fallout caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, SEC filings on Monday showed that over 6,000 people were still sailing on ships owned by the company.
"You have been led to believe that every hospital is overflowing," Rush Limbaugh told his radio audience.
"This is a historic moment. This is the biggest moment that's occurred in this generation. And the government has shown itself completely outmatched by this crisis."
The ACLU sued the D.C. Department of Corrections Monday for alleged "flagrant disregard of basic public health measures to limit the spread and severity of a COVID-19 outbreak inside the D.C. Jail."
The FBI warned the public on Monday that video conferences being are interrupted by "pornographic and/or hate images and threatening language."
President Donald Trump warned ABC News reporter Jonathan Karl against being a "cutie pie" and a "wise guy" when he asked the president if people suffering from COVID-19 would have the ventilators they could need to stay alive.
"He did promise 'America First,'" Clinton tweeted after the U.S. took the global lead in the number of COVID-19 cases.
"Funerals, as we know them, cannot go on," insisted the CEO of the U.K. funeral advocacy group The Good Funeral Guide.
Experts in Italy and elsewhere say that a lack of adequate personal protective equipment for health care workers has led to many contracting the virus while caring for infected patients.
The first batch of hospital gowns and masks manufactured by Fanatics are said to be made from the same material as Major League Baseball uniforms for the New York Yankees and the Philadelphia Phillies.
President Donald Trump told Fox News' Sean Hannity that his decision to delay a planned phone call with Chinese President Xi Jinping in favor of appearing on the cable news opinion show "just shows you the power" of the show.
Senator Bernie Sanders joined 16 Democratic senators in asking the FDA to drop the "antiquated and stigmatizing" deferral policy for men who have sex with men.