America's approaching 1 million cases of a new coronavirus and officials believe there may be more recoveries than reported given the results from preliminary antibody testing.
Life still won't look as it did back in January, but governors are taking steps to slowly get back to normalcy.
Although America has the highest number of deaths, President Trump claims the country is faring better than others on a per capita basis.
The former second lady said it would be "wonderful" if former first lady Michelle Obama would join the ticket but she wasn't confident Obama would take the job.
President Donald Trump acknowledged it was Kemp's decision to make—but said he disagreed with it.
The German chancellor warned that lifting restrictions too soon could have an adverse effect on the positive result the nation has seen.
Michigan's governor urged the president to focus on increasing testing capabilities, not immigration, during the coronavirus outbreak.
Governor Henry McMaster canceled his executive orders, but local leaders still have the ability to keep beaches closed and some have decided not to reopen yet.
The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation released state-by-state projections that claimed social distancing measures could be relaxed as early as May 4.
When summer comes, life will likely look different than it does today, but officials aren't expecting it to look as it did last year.
Officials have urged for the ramping up of antibody tests to determine the true number of recovered people in America.
President Donald Trump said the U.S. is expected to have fewer deaths than even the "optimistic projections" but added that even one death is too many.
Michigan has some of the strictest measures in place in the nation, and some residents are fed up.
Governors will be "empowered" to tailor the reopening to meet the circumstances of the outbreak in their state.
Governor Andrew Cuomo wouldn't speculate as to what happens after May 15, but he said policies will be determined by data.
Everyone in the U.S. is advised to cover their mouths and noses when in public to help slow the spread of the virus, but in at least four states, it's no longer optional.
Testing has been a wrench in America's response to the new coronavirus and researchers say there is an "urgent public health need for rapid diagnostic tests."
Maine Governor Janet Mills asked for people to pray for the safety and well-being of everyone around the "historic mill."
Despite funding cuts from America, the World Health Organization has praised China's response to the coronavirus outbreak and plans to continue its global work.
U.S. Intelligence Community detected a new contagious disease was spreading through China in November, but it wasn't until after a U.S. soldier got sick in South Korea that an assessment was issued—one that could have slowed the spread of the disease, Newsweek has learned.
Social distancing measures will still be in place but Newsom hopes to start easing some restrictions.
More than 80 million people in America should see funds in their accounts on Wednesday, according to Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin.
Even if restrictions are eased, governors on the East and West Coasts have implied that social distancing measures will likely remain in place.
If Trump ordering him to reopen meant endangering the public health of his state, Cuomo said there'd be a constitutional challenge that would go to the courts.
Fauci has advised presidents since Ronald Reagan but people have speculated he might not make it much longer in the Trump administration.
The drug has shown signs that it could be an effective treatment, but without clinical trials officials have been unable to determine its efficacy and safety.
Fauci said one option for reopening the country could be to do it on a more localized scale, not a national one.
More than 557,000 people have tested positive for the new coronavirus in the U.S., where the largest outbreak worldwide is occurring.