House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Americans expect Congress to ensure the money from the $2 trillion stimulus package is "spent wisely and effectively."
Apple vinegar is being used to sniff out people who might be carrying the novel coronavirus. New evidence suggests anosmia is a common symptom of the disease.
Coronavirus cases in the U.S. soared past 300,000 on Sunday, more than double the total of Spain, the country with the second-highest number of confirmed cases.
The U.S.N.S. Comfort arrived in New York City to treat non-coronavirus patients in a bid to ease the strain on the city's hospital.
The move, which comes as the shopping giant is scrambling to ensure its U.S. warehouses can remain operational, does not appear to be moving forward as the firms were already at capacity.
Traffic stops have been reported in California and Georgia, with a spate of incidents recorded in Colorado.
The Eleven Madison Park restaurant is sending up to 2,000 meals a day to help frontline medical staff and vulnerable people.
Grupo Modelo, of brewing group Anheuser-Busch InBev, said in a statement posted to Twitter it will halt beer making from April 5 and is currently in the process of reducing production in its plants.
The masks are for "general use" and will not be mandatory, which has echoed broad guidance from by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
At least 30,000 new cases of the novel virus infections have brought the total number of infections to 278,000.
Over half of the doctors and nurses who died after testing positive have been in Italy, where more than 9,000 health workers have been infected so far, nearly the same amount as in Spain.
The number of confirmed infections also saw a significant drop from a 20 percent increase last week, while the daily death toll also fell on Monday.
The 60-year-old New Jersey doctor was reported to have been coughing a lot and had breathing issues days before he died.
"I wouldn't be shocked to see a five percent or more drop in carbon dioxide emissions this year," researcher Rob Jackson said.
ICE is working with the State Department to bring U.S. citizens and permanent residents back to the country amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The New York congresswoman reacted to a leaked memo in which a black employee was described as "not smart, or articulate."
The majority of U.S. states have now implemented stay-at-home-orders, but Alabama, Missouri, South Carolina and Utah have yet to do so.
The city has reported more than 51,800 cases. The U.S.N.S. Comfort, equipped with 1,000 beds, has admitted only 20 patients.
"Weird that so many troll/bot accounts were activated to attack on this fake issue. Wonder who's behind it," the Tesla boss tweeted.
Thomas Modly, the acting secretary of the Navy, said he had "lost confidence" in Crozier's ability to lead after plea letter leaked to press.
There is currently no vaccine or specific treatment for COVID-19.
Through its reports, Google is helping to inform public health policy during the outbreak.
The COVID-19 virus has spread to at least 181 countries and regions, including more than 236,000 confirmed infections in the U.S., the global epicenter of the outbreak.
Italy and Spain have the highest death tolls, as well as the largest number of patients who have recovered from infection.
Newsweek shines a light on the hidden heroes who are continuing their work in the midst of the COVID-19 outbreak.
More than 30 states have issued 'shelter-in-place' or 'stay-at-home' orders to delay the spread of the coronavirus.
Fox News host Martha MacCallum ends interview following criticism from chief medical officer at Osmosis.
California Governor Gavin Newsom projects the second half of May may see a surge in cases but the peak in infection could take place sooner in late April, according to the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME).
The clinicians who treated her said the complication is rare.