U.S. health officials' claims that the risk of the virus is low to the general public hasn't curbed concern about COVID-19.
Wedbush analyst Michael Pachter told Newsweek that he expects the 2020 box office will be down year-over-year.
"We can push this virus back. Your actions now will determine the course of the outbreak in your country," the director general of the WHO cautioned world leaders.
D'Adrien Anderson appeared to be making a copycat video of similar ice cream licking incidents.
"It was about who could yell the loudest," Sanders said about the February debate in South Carolina. "That's not what the American people want."
The latest entry in the iconic spy-film franchise was previously set for an April release.
They aren't the first and they won't be the last.
The virus has spread to at least 15 states, including Washington where an employee of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security was reported to also be infected.
Two anti-dairy protesters interrupted the former vice president's speech in California on Super Tuesday.
A bill proposed by the Republican Maryland Senate minority leader would allow Gov. Larry Hogan to declare a state of emergency if a community hit a set homicide rate.
"He was a cool dude to hang with overall and he was close to everyone"
"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.
"There's a wing of the party that supports other candidates, and that's what you call a primary contest," Rep. Peter Welch of Vermont told Newsweek. "I don't call that a conspiracy. This is totally out-front."
The U.S. Federal Reserve cut interest rates by a half percentage point Tuesday morning as a means of pushing back against a recent downturn tied to the coronavirus illness—and not from Trump's pressure, Chairman Jerome Powell said.
The streaming service is still slated to debut in several European markets on March 24, even without the glitzy press showcase.
The death toll has climbed to six in the U.S., following four deaths in Washington state, while hundreds are being monitored for possible infection across Florida and Oregon.
Researchers found that while glyphosate "resistance" was seen in some ponds, it came at a cost.
Iran's coronavirus outbreak is unique in taking hold among Iranian lawmakers and senior regime officials.
The president also repeatedly pushed pharmaceutical executives on how quickly they could create a vaccine for the illness.
Though one has not occurred in decades, FiveThirtyEight said as of Monday there was a 65 percent chance of a contested convention.
"Just want [to] say that I support @Jack as Twitter CEO. He has a good heart," Musk wrote online yesterday as Twitter employees shared person messages under the hashtag #WeBackJack.
Since 1984, there has been only one candidate in the Democratic primary who won the primary elections held that day but who lost the nomination.
There are still gaps in what we know, but things are being done with COVID-19 at a pace that hasn't happened with past outbreaks, experts tell Newsweek.
Comedian John Mulaney returned to Studio 8H once again this past weekend, to host the sketch-comedy show for the third time.
Australia's summers are getting longer and hotter, raising serious questions.
On Monday, Dr. Anthony Fauci, a member of President Donald Trump's coronavirus task force, appeared on CNN to talk community spread concerning the novel coronavirus and how the U.S. could see an increase of cases in the coming weeks.
A cow exhibited at the rodeo and show in February was found to be infected with rabies.
A report from the Kamchatka Volcanic Eruption Response Team said Klyuchevskoy could produce more ash explosions "at any time."
Shoppers across the country have reported empty shelves at various retailers which have run out of supplies including face masks, disinfectants, water and toilet paper.