The pastor wrote in a statement prior to reopening that "church is essential," and has reopened with protocols in place.
The United States Department of Labor reported an additional 2.4 million people filed for unemployment this week, bringing the total number to 38.6 million.
According to the campaign, the money raised will be distributed evenly between the two drivers who were "fired simply for doing their job."
The governor said that the health department official has a degree in "journalism, communication, and geography" and that she is not "an epidemiologist."
"The sign was meant to grab a person's attention so that they could come in and say, 'You can't tell me what to do.' That was our point. We can't tell you what to do and neither can the government. They need to stand up for what they believe in," the station's owner, Chris Stavely, told Newsweek.
The nurse said patients attend these parties to speed up the process of spreading the virus so America can get back to normal.
A Nigerian fraud ring is siphoning millions in unemployment insurance money, according to federal authorities.
The four million Americans that are eligible to receive the economic impact payments will get a debit card in the mail containing the funds that can be used for groceries, gas and online shopping.
The police chief's wife stated in a now deleted Facebook post that she had a "fun few days hanging out and doing 'normal' stuff."
Ford Motor Company signed contracts with four health systems in southeast Michigan, Missouri, Kentucky and Illinois to get quick testing for symptomatic employees.
Annie's Campground owner Ann Retzlaff said she does not want people wearing face masks in the buildings around her establishment in order to dissuade potential robbers.
The prime minister and her partner were subsequently seated in the restaurant after some seats were made available.
The Lancet editorial board blamed conservative administrations through the years for the lack of funding to the CDC.
The mayor of Madison, Wisconsin called the state Supreme Court's ruling political.
Governor Tony Evers stated in his press conference that things will get "very confusing very fast," as local officials can implement their own orders.
A survey found that people who withdrew money from retirement accounts used it to buy groceries and pay rent, among other expenses.
A portion of that increase is tied to the CARES Act, passed by Congress to give Americans supporting during the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic.
The federal coronavirus relief bill known as the CARES Act gave $600 per week in unemployment insurance to unemployed workers on top of the state unemployment money they claim.
The poll showed that presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden is doing better in the state compared with another internal GOP poll conducted released earlier in May.
The president had a 45 percent approval rating in the CNN poll.
The presumptive Democratic nominee was accused of sexually assaulting Tara Reade in late March and has since denied that the alleged actions ever took place.
The state also saw a decline in new daily coronavirus hospitalizations.
The public will not be allowed to picnic in the parks, or bring along chairs, blankets or coolers with them.
The Russian government reported 7,933 cases in a single day, the highest thus far.
The director of the tourism research center said that the study showed people want to travel to Wuhan to economically uplift the region.
Confirmed cases among plant employees went from 120 to 245 in four days and saw a sixth employee die after contracting the disease.
In the video, the United States, represented by a Statue of Liberty figurine, calls China's lockdown orders "barbaric" and a "violation of human rights."