The president's son-in-law said "yes" when asked on Fox & Friends Wednesday whether China "owes us a check" and should receive an invoice for the damage the novel coronavirus outbreak has done to the American economy.
The executive order designates meat-processing plants as critical infrastructure that must maintain operations during the coronavirus pandemic.
Preventing states and cities from declining to cooperate with immigration enforcement has been one of Donald Trump's goals since the week he took office. The COVID-19 pandemic might help him achieve it.
Democrats on the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee want to know what steps the Office of Personnel Management is taking to ensure that frontline federal workers have adequate access to personal protective equipment.
Coronavirus relief packages set aside $175 billion for a health care provider relief fund for hospitals treating the most vulnerable coronavirus patients, but experts told Newsweek the money likely will go to large hospital systems instead.
A study of 81 patients with Covid-19 in Brazil said chloroquine should not be used to treat the disease because it can lead to death.
Just hours after his White House Press Secretary claimed his remarks were merely taken out of context, the president offered a new explanation for why he suggested that injected disinfectant be investigated as a coronavirus treatment.
Trump signed a $484 billion appropriations bill to add $320 billion to the CARES Act's small business loan program, with money targeted for minority- and women-owned businesses and for small- and mid-sized banks.
A series of recent polls found that most Americans trust their governors far more than President Trump when it comes to whether to retain social distancing measures, but National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Disease Director Dr. Anthony Fauci is a more trusted figure than even both of them.
The president signed an order which suspends the issuance of new Green Cards to anyone outside the U.S. for the next two months.
The order will exempt programs that are frequently targeted by anti-immigration activists who claim that they encourage companies to hire foreign employees who will work for less money than equally qualified Americans.
Of the 1,000 people surveyed over that three-day period, just 10 percent said they favored an end to social distancing. The vast majority of respondents—86 percent—said the measures in place should remain that way or should be strengthened.
The physician who led the CDC through the 2009 swine flu pandemic said the White House's new guidelines for reopening the U.S. economy are missing a number of significant pieces.
Though a report claimed the novel coronavirus was accidentally released from a virology lab, an U.S. Intelligence Community official tells Newsweek says the origins of the SARS-CoV-2 virus are still unknown.
The president's new guidelines for "opening up America again" leave state governors with responsibility for establishing their own states' timelines for relaxing social distancing measures.
Citing no evidence, the president claimed that 29 states would soon be ready to begin the process of lifting social distancing measures meant to halt the spread of COVID-19
The president threatened to invoke a power never before used by any president, unless Congress adjourns to allow him to appoint individuals who the Senate has declined to approve
The large group of business and industry leaders announced on Tuesday bears little resemblance to the 'opening our country council' which Trump promised to roll out.
Trump appeared to back down on his claim of "total authority" over when governors could begin to lift social distancing measures, a view which drew ridicule from constitutional scholars.
The president announced that the U.S. would suspend funding for the U.N.-chartered organization while the Trump administration looked into whether it had "covered up" China's mistakes in handling the outbreak.
The president claimed that the Constitution gives him the power to order governors to reopen their economies against the recommendations of their own public health experts.
The President is expected to announce Tuesday the names of business leaders, medical experts, and state governors who will serve on his "council for re-opening the country"
The Trump campaign filed its third lawsuit against a news outlet in as many months over an ad produced by a Democratic Super PAC that uses the president's own words against him
Trump said the United States will cut its oil production by a quarter-million barrels of crude oil per day to help Mexico meet OPEC's demands for a deal to bolster global petroleum prices.
President Donald Trump said Friday that the U.S. "can't let anything happen to Boeing."
For the third year in a row, Trump threatened to withdraw the U.S. from the World Trade Organization based on the unsubstantiated claim that the U.S. lost most of the disputes it brings to the organization's dispute resolution body
The nation's top virologist said that randomized clinical trials to determine whether a number of possible treatments for COVID-19 will be effective won't be ready until the summer.
The president said a widespread COVID-19 testing program to assess whether Americans can safely return to work would be "a nice thing to do" but "would never happen" on his watch.
The White House will soon announce the creation of a second coronavirus task force to focus on re-opening the economy after weeks of social distancing measures.
The president, who has also admitted that he never read or sought to read a January memorandum warning of the danger posed by COVID-19, told reporters on Wednesday that he never saw a November intelligence report warning of a new virus spreading in China.