"Currently, 442 uniformed members and 70 civilian members tested positive for the Coronavirus," the NYPD said in a Friday statement.
"There is a constitutional right at issue, and the question is whether states need to have carveouts for those constitutionally protected activities when they issue blanket orders," one legal expert said.
"At this crucial time, both for global public health reasons, and to support the rights and lives of millions of people in these countries, sectoral sanctions should be eased or suspended," the U.N.'s human rights chief said.
The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner (OCME) said the refrigerated structures outside Bellevue Hospital in Manhattan are to provide emergency capacity if the city's permanent morgues fill up.
"I want to make sure that not a second is wasted because of physical limitations that we have on convening," Rep. Eric Swalwell said.
Major retailers including Apple, GAP, and Sephora will continue to pay their employees while their stores are closed.
The COVID-19 pandemic continues, with confirmed cases now surpassing 307,000 globally, according to Johns Hopkins University.
The coronavirus pandemic is triggering job losses and 1 million people could be laid off in April alone, a former White House economist warned.
"49% of voters say #LetTulsiDebate," the congresswoman tweeted.
"Sure, the coronavirus is contagious, and my illness is not. But on any given day, a sneeze on the subway or a flu-carrying coworker can set my health back, causing me to overuse my sick days and risk financial stability."
After facing technical difficulties during its online premiere on Monday, the documentary is available to watch now.
Ahead of the country-wide lockdown announcement, airlines already started giving customers options to change their travel plans.
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A state of emergency has been declared across California, as the state sees the death of an infected patient who traveled on a Princess Cruise ship.
President Trump said restricting domestic travel isn't being considered, but some airlines have already started offering waivers.
"We have had 10 to 15 temporary election clerks opt out of this assignment for fear of being in public spaces," a Sacramento County spokesperson told Newsweek.
The U.S. saw four more deaths in Washington and the World Health Organization declared the outbreak has entered "unchartered territory" as cases in South Korea reach nearly 5,000.
"Our lives depend on the wisdom and the judgment of the president at a time like this. What we should be seeing is not only a reliance on science and an insistence on moving politics away from this, but the kind of coordination that is uniquely the leadership role of the White House," Buttigieg said.
Users had a strong reaction over the controversial depiction of Charlie Brown's friend, Franklin Armstrong, the first African American character created for the 'Peanuts' strip.
The freshman congresswoman from New York hit out at Rep. Henry Cuellar over his support from the NRA and "big oil."
The former San Francisco 49ers quarterback will release a memoir through his own publishing company later this year.
The race was scheduled for April 19 in Shanghai but has been called off—and may not be held at all this year.
The local community is demanding more bilingual staff in an area that is nearly 30 percent Hispanic.
President Donald Trump's 2020 State of the Union address will air on Tuesday on all four major broadcast networks.
"They shouldn't change the rules to let a billionaire on," said Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren.
A DNC rule change that removes individual donor requirements for presidential candidates to participate in debates was deemed part of a "rigged system" by the Bernie Sanders campaign on Friday.
United Airlines facilitated 677 discounted deportation flights from January 1, 2019 to January 16, 2020.