The Department of Labor released new figures showing another 3.1 million Americans filed initial jobless claims last week.
The new poll also found that a majority of likely voters in the swing states disapproved of the president's performance in the White House.
Monmouth pollsters found that 37 percent of voters thought the allegation was "probably true" while 32 percent said the reverse.
Rose Gottemoeller said she was concerned about New START treaty "simply going away" as attention is focused on the pandemic.
The lawyer for the lawmakers told reporters on Tuesday that they wanted the stay-at-home order extension to be rejected as unconstitutional.
Former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said the administration appeared to have "no plan" for handling the pandemic.
A majority of polled voters also felt the president's reaction to the COVID-19 pandemic had been "chaotic" and "unprepared."
The leading infectious disease expert on the White House coronavirus task force also said he was "very sensitive" to the economic impact of COVID-19.
The former New Jersey governor told CNN that he also wanted people to keep wearing protective equipment when the country was reopened.
The Republican state leader said his failure to wear a face mask was a "lapse in my usual vigilance."
Polled voters were also found to be optimistic about the economy's future while they remained split on the state of their personal finances.
The GOP congressman told Fox News that the companies should be put into receivership under the U.S. judicial system.
The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases director told CNN that he was concerned about some states "leapfrogging over the first checkpoint" as they looked to reopen.
The new forecasts published this week switched the South Carolina senate race from a "safe" Republican victory to a "likely" GOP win.
The former vice president lead the president by two percentage points among registered voters in the new survey.
New data released by the Department of Labor showed 3.8 million filed jobless claims in the week ending April 25.
Research published by the American Bus Association predicted the motorcoach industry could lose $4.7 billion and more than 27,000 jobs.
A little less than four-in-ten voters told Ipsos pollsters that they would back the president if an election were held the same day.
Organizers plan to hold "drive for freedom" rallies in several major cities on Friday, the latest protests against pandemic shutdown measures.
Richard Wilkerson made a donation to Democratic candidate Jaime Harrison in December.
The Senate majority leader argued liability protection was the "only way" the U.S. economy could bounce back from the pandemic.
The White House coronavirus response coordinator also said ventilator and coronavirus test production would need to "accelerate" before the fall.
Fifty-six percent of New York Republicans put more faith in Governor Cuomo to decide when the state should be reopened.
The House Speaker also said Biden would make an "extraordinary president" in a campaign video released today.
The senior White House adviser said Fauci had done a "great job" of helping the Trump administration piece together its guidelines for reopening the U.S. economy.
The GOP congressman added that the U.S. should not "rely on China or anyone else" for vital medical supplies.
Saudi King Salman also ordered that some businesses be allowed to reopen as the kingdom loosened lockdown measures.
While the National Health Commission spokesman said there were no new coronavirus patients, it is unclear whether any of the 12 are being treated in a hospital.
Three outlets reported that Alex Azar could be replaced as Health and Human Services secretary amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The president also criticized the media for asking "hostile questions" as he dodged the coronavirus briefing on Saturday.