Republicans, Democrats and White House officials have said everything is on the table—tourism industry bailouts, payroll tax cuts and even cash going straight into Americans' pockets.
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine said conducting an election "would force poll workers and voters to place themselves at an unacceptable health risk of contracting coronavirus."
Images from social media show large crowds attending Clearwater Beach as other cities in the state start to close beaches to the public.
While the movies were only recently released in theaters, they will be available to stream as early as Friday.
Sherrod Brown questioned why the Senate majority leader returned to Kentucky given the urgency of passing the bill.
Up to 1,000 prisoners in Brazil escaped Monday after learning that their planned temporary Easter release had been cancelled over fears of spreading COVID-19 coronavirus.
FDA Commissioner Hahn said the new policies would help address "urgent public health concerns by helping to expand the number and variety of diagnostic tests, as well as available testing capabilities in health care settings, and reference and commercial laboratories."
Two young children played performed a cello concert for their 78-year-old neighbor in Clintonville, Ohio Monday, keeping a safe distance from the woman during the concert on her porch.
"I don't agree with everything 100 percent. But you know what, we need to do something right away," Sen. Joni Ernst (R-Iowa), a member of leadership, told Newsweek. "We know that we're going to have people out of work, and we need to make sure that they're getting relief."
"I know this news will spark concern among Canadians traveling abroad," Trudeau said. "I want to assure you that our government will not leave you unsupported."
The zombie writer shared a safety-awareness video on Twitter on Monday, explaining why social distancing is so important: We need to protect our comedy legends.
"I've loved you 67 years and still do."
Coronavirus has apparently exposed that some people need to keep spellcheck on.
"We shouldn't be imposing a big, new federal mandate on businesses that are struggling to stay alive in the midst of the coronavirus outbreak," GOP Senator Lamar Alexander said last week.
Hopes are now pinned on fiscal policy to soften the blow of a deep recession caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
A reporter was turned away from the White House because his temperature was deemed too high.
The U.S. death toll reaches 69 and Europe sees its highest increase in deaths in a day, while South Korea sees a decline in new cases.
"We look like we got caught by surprise and we're always playing catch-up," New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said.
Bernard Kerik—pardoned for a range of felonies last month—suggested concerns over the pandemic were an effort to distract Americans from the Trump administration's economic record.
Sanders savaged Biden's decades-long Senate voting record and demonstrated strength in his rhetoric on healthcare, climate change and foreign policy.
"He is undermining the doctors and scientists who are trying to help the American people," the Vermont senator said during the Democratic debate.
Ohio will close down all restaurants and bars on Sunday, and Illinois will do the same starting Monday night.
Jake Tapper, Dana Bash, and Ilia Calderon will moderate the eleventh Democratic debate in Washington D.C.
The debate will kick off Sunday at 8 p.m. ET and will be hosted by CNN.
Governor Ralph Northam urged individuals in the Virginia Peninsula to "cancel" an event with several people.
"There needs to be a stimulus at an economy-wide scale to avoid the real chance of a depression," the entrepreneur tweeted.
The Californian congressman told Fox News that the economy was being hit unnecessarily by coronavirus and said people should go out and support local businesses.