The service, which protects political leaders including the president, said in March there was only one case, but new documents show that the disease is more widespread than believed.
The University of Pittsburgh said Bing was on the verge of making a significant discovery about the coronavirus before he was found shot dead.
The Waterloo plant had closed on April 22 after workers got sick and has recently reopened.
Police and aviation officials are investigating the incident that took place at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport in Texas.
Sergei Sobyanin has extended lockdown measures in the capital until the end of May.
The president has reiterated his support for cutting the capital gains tax rate and suspending payroll taxes, but faces opposition from Democrats and within his party.
The Lincoln Project, a group of disaffected Republicans, released a video condemning the tenure of the president and his response to the coronavirus.
Bogus theories about the virus being created in a lab and false information about vaccines were the target of the decree by Russia's Prosecutor General's office.
Animal welfare concerns are growing due to the large number of pigs unable to be processed following slaughterhouse closures.
In an interview with ABC News, the president said he thought more people could die due to the reopening of the country.
The chairman of the house intelligence committee told MSNBC anchor Lawrence O'Donnell that the White House was "deliberately provoking a fight" with China over COVID-19.
The gambling regulator in the state says there should be limits on people in casinos, and how many can gather around a table.
Sergei Sobyanin wrote on his personal blog that the Russian capital was not past the peak of the outbreak.
The president announced that Gilead had been granted the emergency use authorization and is enthusiastic about the drug.
There was a cash option available of $161.8 million for the drawing, which occurs twice weekly.
The European Union warned in April that Russian state media is broadcasting coronavirus conspiracy theories.
The former White House chief strategist told Eric Bolling on Sinclair's "United We Stand" Beijing concealed the threat of COVID-19 during December and January.
Fox News host accused the FBI of entrapping the former national security adviser over a conversation with the Russian ambassador.
Prime minister Jacinda Ardern has been praised for her response to the coronavirus in New Zealand, allowing people to get takeaways for the first time in over a month.
The closure of slaughterhouses as workers contract coronavirus have raised concerns that there could be shortage of meat in supermarkets.
The California congressman told Fox News that handwritten notes showed the FBI were seeking to "set up" the former national security adviser.
States are starting to reopen, but employees worried about contracting COVID-19 at their jobs face losing their benefits if they do not return to work.
Russia's Public Opinion Research Center asked people to name a politician they trusted. Nearly 72 percent did not name the president.
Stocks of pork products will be low throughout May, with slaughterhouses shutting down because of workers contacting the coronavirus.
The president was asked to respond to an article in a German newspaper claiming Berlin should push China for coronavirus damages.
Former VP tells MSNBC he is unimpressed with the president's response to the crisis.
The UN agency says there is a danger that those who have recovered from COVID-19 might ignore public health advice.
The Department of Defense said the displays were a show of support to those working on the frontline of the coronavirus pandemic.
China has sent a medical team to assess the health status of the supreme leader, Reuters reported.