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.
A Wisconsin woman allegedly stared down a grocery store manager as she licked a freezer door handle in "protest" of the coronavirus, behavior that police described as "uncalled for."
Rep. Peter King (R-N.Y.) insists that he does not endorse the theory that China created the virus as a biological weapon, but says that it is "worthy of investigation," despite researchers having concluded that the theory is not true and the virus could not have been engineered in a lab.
The 247-page proposal was drafted by Senate Republicans in consultation with the White House. Now, both groups will need to work with Senate and House Democrats to strike a deal that can muster enough support to pass Congress and land on the president's desk.
With two members now carrying coronavirus and at least a dozen more potentially infected, lawmakers' calls for Congress to shut down entirely and work remotely have been amplified.
Marcello Natali, 57, had been hospitalized in Cremona when he developed double pneumonia. He had no underlying health conditions.
One economist said a loophole allowing small businesses to avoid paid leave provisions could threaten those same firms if the virus continued to spread as a result.
People on Twitter are calling out Peter Nygard, after FBI investigators raided his offices over a week ago. The fashion executive has been accused of sexual assault and sex-trafficking.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that "Africa should wake up" as more cases emerge across the continent, including the first death in the Sub-Saharan region, while the U.S. death toll hits nearly 150.
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Mitch McConnell want to first strike a deal among GOP senators and the White House before bringing Democratic leaders of either chamber into the mix.
A run on gun stores during times of crisis is not a new phenomenon, but dealers told Newsweek that there was something unique about the current pandemonium.
Rev. Tony Law insists his church is a "hospital" where "anointed handkerchiefs" can help heal a wide array of diseases, ignoring public health warnings intended to stem the rising tide of the COVID-19 pandemic.
"If assigned to go into a hotspot, you must be provided a hazmat suit, respirator and proper training," read the guidelines released Wednesday.
The Republicans have expressed concern that companies may not be able to afford paid sick leave for their employees despite the tax credits offered by the federal government.
"We need to provide our families with support right now. We have no time to waste," Congressman Joe Kennedy III tweeted on Wednesday.
"The numbers are changing on almost an hourly basis," said Chip Rogers, CEO of the American Hotel & Lodging Association.
The risk to young people is still believed to be low, but Dr. Deborah Birx, a member of the White House's Coronavirus Task Force, said reports out of France and Italy are "concerning."
The president was also found to be more trusted on the economy than Democratic primary frontrunner Joe Biden.
Although the virus poses the greatest risk to those who are over 60 or have underlying health conditions, officials urge every person in every generation to help curb the outbreak.
Aftershocks are predicted for the next week.
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Early voter turnout numbers were up in all three states that chose to hold primaries despite concerns caused by the growing COVID-19 pandemic.