Novartis told Newsweek criticism of the company is "without merit."
Gun stores say they are struggling to meet demand and FBI figures show that background checks were at an all-time high.
The $2 trillion stimulus bill passed by the Senate provides more funds for those filing for unemployment.
The head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases told Vanity Fair that he had a good working relationship with President Donald Trump.
The official purchasing managers' index (PMI), which is a metric of activity in the manufacturing sector, was higher than expected, although global shutdowns will hurt demand.
The Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank served 1700 families in need amid a spike in demand for emergency supplies across the U.S. due to the coronavirus shutdown.
Letitia James criticized the termination of Chris Smalls at the Staten Island facility after a worker had tested positive for the virus.
WhyHunger says there has been a sharp spike in people calling its emergency line since the shutdown in the U.S.
The president told Fox News host Sean Hannity that he wanted to re-open the country in sections, starting with areas where there are fewer COVID-19 cases.
The head of the U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases told CNN that the president wanted to give people hope.
Secretary of Defense Mark Esper enacted the 60-day stop order which will not impact the negoatiated drawdown of troops from Afghanistan.
Jerome Adams told Fox News anchor Laura Ingraham that too many people were out there "doing the wrong things."
Dick Kovacevich joins a number of executives concerned that at the damage COVID-19 will do to the economy.
The U.S. Senate has approved a $1.8 trillion stimulus package as the economy reels from shutdowns caused by the coronavirus.
Joseph Alsousou who worked at two hospitals in Oxford, England, said that he was "nearly in tears" when he was not allowed to stay at the house he had been lodging in.
Strongman leader Ramzan Kadyrov was reportedly reacting to three people returning to the Russian republic from Turkey. The number of reported cases throughout Russia has increased dramatically in the last 24 hours.
The Fox contributor told Tucker Carlson Tonight that the economy should not be shut down "to save every single life that's threatened by a widespread disease."
Lawmakers in cities and states across the U.S. have implemented a moratorium on eviction amid concerns that the COVID-19 pandemic will leave many struggling to pay the rent.
Dan Patrick, who turns 70 next month, said he was willing to take a chance on his survival "in exchange for keeping the America that all America loves."
A man who had returned from overseas and should have been self-isolating for 14 days was handed a heavy fine for venturing out. Taipei mayor Hou Yu-ih said "I will not be soft-handed."
Anthony Fauci told Science magazine that on "substantive issues" President Donald Trump does listen to his advice.
Internet giant says that it was responding to the need for information on COVID-19, the most searched-for term of 2020.
The analysis by researchers at Columbia University shows that those with mild symptoms are spreading the disease the most.
There was a cash option available of $76 million for the drawing, which occurs twice weekly.
Dawn Bilbrough from York in northern England was in tears in the video message she recorded when she could not find any groceries.
Spain has declared a state of emergency with people not allowed to leave their homes except in a small number of circumstances.
The Montreal-based company said that more than 4,000 people would lose their jobs, but were ready to rehire people when productions resume.
The South Carolina senator had been criticized by Fox anchor Tucker Carlson over reports he wanted to ease restrictions on the EB-5 investor immigrant program.