Choung Woong Ahn was convicted of attempted murder in June 2013. He had been facing deportation from the U.S. before his death.
"We are not a country that believes in tearing babies away from their parents," said Families Belong Together chair Jess Morales Rocketto.
The United States largely supported the resolution, but took issue with language in the resolution about "sexual and reproductive health."
While the number has declined during the new coronavirus pandemic, apprehensions had already been dropping prior to the public health crisis.
The Jamestown Regional Medical Center received $121,722 from the Department of Health and Human Services's Provider Relief Fund.
However, researchers warn that the recent drastic falls are only likely be temporary.
"Stargirl" will have two streaming homes in the U.S. when the superhero show starts on The CW—but each service will have a slightly different version of the show.
Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson noted the record spike in cases is "more than likely" connected to recent reopenings across the state.
Federal policymakers must act boldly in order to prevent the coronavirus recession from becoming a depression.
The Treasury Department said it is sending out prepaid Economic Independence Payment debit cards to almost four million Americans still waiting for their stimulus checks.
The Republican House Minority Leader also said the bill offering further individual stimulus checks was being used to "enforce" socialism.
The royal family face a reported $21.7 million loss of income from COVID-19 because social distancing rules have forced palaces to close to tourists.
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine is also hoping to reopen schools in the fall but warned that precautionary measures would need to be in place.
Over 95 percent of private dentists have "no confidence" in Prof. Sara Hurley as they call for her resignation to prevent a "dental health crisis."
"As we reopen America, we want to make sure we are doing everything we can to protect our most vulnerable citizens," said Verma on Monday.
The United States and China have feuded over the World Health Organization's role in battling the novel coronavirus, with President Donald Trump criticizing the WHO and Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping praising the agency.
The latest fatalities figure marks a significant milestone for the European country hit hardest by the pandemic.
Restaurants and bars in two Michigan regions will be allowed to reopen at 50 percent seating capacity in time for the Memorial Day weekend.
Katy Perry will be the first artist to headline the summer music series.
Officials are monitoring the numbers this week to determine whether the outbreak is on a declining trend.
The arrest took place as New Yorkers gathered outside establishments serving food and alcohol through curbside pickup over the weekend, prompting a subsequent warning from Mayor Bill de Blasio.
Though Wisconsin health officials estimated the number of COVID-19 cases linked to the state's primary election last month to be fewer than 100, a new study suggests that number is actually much higher.
Former Vice President Joe Biden holds a single-digit lead over President Donald Trump among the swing state voters of Wisconsin, according to a new poll, with the coronavirus pandemic having negatively affected opinions of Trump.
Britney Spears' sophmore album, "Oops!...I Did It Again" was released on May 16, 2000.
The country has overtaken the number of cases in Italy and Spain, reporting the fourth-highest number of infections in the world after the U.S., Russia and the U.K.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will repay $2.9 million in $22,000 installments over roughly 11 years for renovations at Frogmore Cottage, the U.K. home given to them by Queen Elizabeth II.
Donald Trump made the comments as he criticized an interview with former top health official Dr. Rick Bright.
The president fired State Department Inspector General Steve Linick, prompting Republican Utah Senator Mitt Romney to describe the move as a "threat to accountable democracy."