White House and Senate negotiators said they are close to announcing a deal on a roughly $2 trillion stimulus package.
Council on Hypertension of the European Society of Cardiology have urged people to continue taking their medications.
Several parts of Oklahoma are under weather watches and warnings due to severe thunderstorms, minor flooding and large hailstones.
The Olympics are due to get underway on July 24 but a postponement looks increasingly inevitable amid the coronavirus pandemic.
J. Kyle Bass, who predicted the 2008 housing market crisis, said the stock markets should be closed to keep people from making emotional decisions with their money.
The Cook Children's Hospital saw a total of seven children admitted with suspect child abuse-related injuries in the span of less than a week.
"The Games are not going to start on July 24, that much I know," International Olympic Committee (IOC) member Dick Pound told USA Today.
The incident occurred at a grocery store in Purcellville, Virginia, and prompted the store to discard some fresh produce amid concerns due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Prior to the pandemic, the U.S. was already expecting a budget deficit of about $1 trillion for the current fiscal year.
Major retailers including Apple, GAP, and Sephora will continue to pay their employees while their stores are closed.
Beijing and Tehran have issued statement supporting one another and maligning the U.S. as all three nations battle COVID-19.
The Canadian Olympic Committee said on Sunday it won't send its athletes to the Olympics if they're not postponed.
"The family-run restaurant that is trying to stay open and pay its workers—they need a lifeline," said former Vice President Joe Biden.
Tokyo Olympics organizers and the IOC are under mounting pressure to postpone the Games due the coronavirus outbreak.
"There's no way for us to directly link that, but that's the concern," said Dr. Jamye Coffman.
Cuomo announced Sunday that the majority of deaths as a result of coronavirus are among people over age 70. He noted the state is testing an exponentially higher number of people than anywhere else -- so there will be far more cases.
The senator insisted she had nothing to do with February stock trades--which included the selling of several that were "hammered" in the stock market due to coronavirus concerns.
The TV personality told fans that the at-home edition of 'Watch What Happens Live' would be suspended after he was diagnosed with coronavirus.
The Games are scheduled to begin in July, but the International Olympic Committee is coming under increasing pressure to postpone them amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
"There are no perfect answers, and this will not be easy; however, it is a solution that provides a concrete path forward and allows all athletes to prepare for a safe and successful Olympic Games in 2021," the CEO of USA Swimming said.
"As of Mar. 19 all the foreigners in quarantine, except three, were freed as it has been confirmed that they had showed no abnormal symptoms during sufficient medical observation and checkup," according to the official Korean Central News Agency.
Corporate leaders have a big opportunity to prove that they meant their promise—or to prove the naysayers right.
The $1 trillion economic stimulus is being negotiated by White House officials and congressional leaders from both parties.
Max Baucus said the hunt for a vaccine could be a "double-edged sword" if researchers are rushed for political gain.
"It is just sad the media mob and others have politicized a virus for a political advantage," Sean Hannity told Newsweek.
More than 245,000 COVID-19 cases have been confirmed since the pandemic started last year.
Groups say first time buyers and those seen queuing to get into stores are increasing likelihood that a member of their own family will end up hurt or killed.
The former Democratic primary candidate said it was important to establish a mail voting system "quickly" amid delays to elections.
The dispute has sent oil prices spiraling to historic lows, putting some American producers at risk of bankruptcy.
Senator Josh Hawley claimed that China was financially responsible for the damage caused by U.S. coronavirus cases, while also calling for an "international investigation" into the origins of COVID-19.