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.
Caught between being stuck at home and closed casinos, addicted gamblers may view the $1,200 stimulus check as a windfall to bet online.
The U.S. Department of Education announced this week that only those in federal student aid programs can get the money.
CNN found the now deleted tweets by the Republican operative who has just taken up a spokesman's role at the Department of Health and Human Services.
The governors of Florida and Georgia have faced criticism for reopening parts of their states earlier than expected, while others are expected to follow suit soon.
The head of the White House coronavirus task force told The Wall Street Journal that he was encouraged by a decrease in cases in major metropolitan areas.
Former Ohio governors Richard Celeste and Bob Taft will help increase testing supplies with the state set to be reopened on May 1.
The first phase will see restaurants, movie theaters, sporting venues, places of worship and gyms reopening. However, social distancing rules still need to be observed.
Jean-Yves Le Drian told Le Monde that the coronavirus pandemic was causing a "widening of fractures that have plagued the international order for years."
Dan Patrick defended comments he made last month on Fox News, telling Tucker Carlson that sacrifices might be needed to save future generations.
Duval County beaches reopened on Friday afternoon, but with restricted hours and activities.
The Stanford University study, which has not been peer reviewed, was carried out in California's Santa Clara county.
Some insurance providers were suspending new policies for the elderly, according to a report by Reuters.
The vice president rejected criticism that there is not enough testing capacity to end lockdowns and reopen the U.S. economy.
Consumer groups and lawmakers hope the Disaster Protection For Workers' Credit Act will help Americans who have to turn to plastic to pay the bills during the coronavirus shutdown.
Companies across the U.S. have furloughed workers due to the halt to the economy caused by COVID-19.
China has closed its border with Russia but a governor in the Russian far-east, Oleg Kozhemyako, fears the virus may have already spread throughout his region.
The Attorney General told Fox News anchor Laura Ingraham that the debate about the malaria drug has been politicized.
The Fox News anchor said a rebound of the virus was inevitable but that Americans should get "safely back to work as soon as possible."
The coronavirus has sparked medical research and forced bipartisan support for a stimulus package.
The prime minister was taken to hospital on Sunday and transferred to intensive care the following day.
Broadcasting from his home, the CNN anchor described how he was urged by a medical expert to actively fight the disease.
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.