A new survey found that net approval of the president's response to the COVID-19 outbreak had slumped since mid-March.
The South Carolina lawmaker also hinted that U.S. medical supply chains with the country should be cut in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Jobless claims hit record levels for the second time in as many weeks as the coronavirus pandemic continued to rattle the economy.
The president's national security adviser said the U.S. "was not in a position" to confirm the numbers coming out of China.
The entrepreneur said he felt "self-conscious" of being an Asian American on a recent shopping trip for groceries.
The open letter, signed by 74 professors and journalists, argued that the network has "contributed" to the spread of the pandemic.
Antonio Guterres also called for 10 percent of global GDP to be spent on coronavirus relief aimed at healthcare and households.
Activists called for improved measures for protecting tenants after authorities issued moratoriums on COVID-19 related evictions.
The Republican lawmaker suggested children "could have went back to school in two weeks."
The MSNBC host said the president did not need to "lie" because and suggested there had been "really good news" on the development of coronavirus tests.
The president signed off a $2 trillion stimulus package last week that proposes to send individual checks starting at $1,200 to American households.
Social distancing measures in states with Republican governors and more Trump voters were delayed by 2.7 days, according to University of Washington research.
The president told Fox & Friends on Monday that the federal government could "take over" San Francisco and "clean it up."
Yamiche Alcindor had tried to quiz the president about his claim governors were asking for more medical equipment than they needed.
The Massachusetts Democrat said health care workers were in "desperate need" of medical materials amid nationwide shortages.
Around a quarter of Department of Homeland Security leadership positions are vacant or filled by acting officials.
The prime minister said in a statement that he would continue to lead his government's response to the COVID-19 pandemic by video conference.
The leading infectious disease expert said he was "willing to bet anything" on people who recover from the disease being protected against reinfection.
Jerome Powell said in a rare interview he believed there could be a "good rebound" on the back of the economy's pandemic-related decline.
The Department of Labor revealed that initial jobless claims rose by 3.3 million last week as business were shut down by the coronavirus pandemic.
The Vermont senator mockingly said the universe was collapsing because American workers would get an extra $600 a week on unemployment payments.
The state recorded more than 21,000 initial claims on Monday, almost 20,000 more than the same day last year.
The leading expert on infectious diseases said the outbreak going into another season could bring the world closer to a vaccine.
Josh Hawley unveiled a resolution that also called for the international community to devise a way of getting compensation for China over damage caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
The new survey by Navigator also found that the president was more trusted to handle the outbreak than congressional Democrats.
Lieutenant Governor Jon Husted told reporters that a spike in unemployment had caused an issue with a website for jobless claims.
Cui Tiankai said he stood by a February statement in which he said it was "crazy" to peddle theories that the virus began in a U.S. military lab.
The former vice president told donors that vetting of possible running mates would begin within the next few weeks.
An economist at the investment bank said consumer spending on several goods and services had dropped dramatically.
The former Democratic primary candidate said it was important to establish a mail voting system "quickly" amid delays to elections.