The world's richest nations are struggling to contain coronavirus, and the picture for the developing world looks grim.
Traffic stops have been reported in California and Georgia, with a spate of incidents recorded in Colorado.
The Eleven Madison Park restaurant is sending up to 2,000 meals a day to help frontline medical staff and vulnerable people.
Grocery stores, like the one where the attack occurred, are allowed to open as they provide an essential service.
At least 30,000 new cases of the novel virus infections have brought the total number of infections to 278,000.
The Office of the Inspector General said some gear was not properly accounted for due to internet connectivity issues.
China has been accused of silencing whistle-blowers and covering up the scale of infections and deaths inside the country.
The president's son-in-law and staff have also used the FreeConferenceCall.com website to set up important meetings.
Major General Mohammad Hossein Bagheri suggested that recent attacks against Americans in Iraq are an expression of Iraqi anger at America's military presence, and "nothing" to do with Iran.
A Russian military plane landed some 60 tons of equipment in New York on Wednesday following a phone call between Presidents Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin.
The Filipino island of Luzon — including the capital Manila — is under lockdown until at least April 14 as authorities try and contain the novel coronavirus.
The dispute erupted last month and has driven down the price of oil in a market struggling under the coronavirus pandemic.
Foreign Ministry spokesperson Seyed Abbas Mousavi also suggested the U.S. should have spent more money on its healthcare system than overseas wars.
European governments have reported tens of thousands of inadequate protective masks and testing kits ordered from China.
The pandemic has forced governments to consider how they would function with their top officials stuck at home.
China appears to have almost stopped the spread of CVID-19 within its borders, but Western leaders have accused Beijing of hiding the true scale of the outbreak.
A North Korean official suggested that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is undermining floundering disarmament talks.
Rivka Paluch—Netanyahu's adviser on ultra-Orthodox affairs—tested positive after her husband was hospitalized with the virus.
The threat of far-right terrorism was brought into stark focus this week when the FBI killed a man who was planning to attack a hospital with a car bomb.
Kirill Dmitriev, the CEO of the Russian Direct Investment Fund, said multinational action is required to rebalance the coronavirus-striken world economy.
Trump praised Chinese President Xi Jinping on Friday despite having accused China of culpability over the pandemic.
Trump loyalist Woody Johnson also lamented the failure of international cooperation in dealing with the pandemic.
Coronavirus has throttled the travel industry, meaning airlines have to find somewhere to store hundreds of disused aircraft.
Reporters Without Borders claimed that Beijing's tight control of national media meant that the international community did not appreciate how serious the COVID-19 outbreak was until it was too late.
The collapsing price of oil is forcing some North American producers to the brink of bankruptcy, prompting calls for government assistance.
The secretary of state again accused both nations of covering up the scale of the outbreak and putting lives at risk in the process.
Traveler numbers have plummeted since President Donald Trump declared a national emergency on March 13.
Boeing and major U.S. carriers are struggling with the turmoil wrought by coronavirus and are pushing for lawmakers to bail them out.
Beijing and Tehran have issued statement supporting one another and maligning the U.S. as all three nations battle COVID-19.
Kelly Loeffler said Sunday that her Democratic colleagues were engaging in politics as usual by voting down a proposed coronavirus stimulus package.