"I would be lying if I said that sitting in my chair with four men in rifles behind me didn't make me think that I was going to be [dying] very soon," one legislator said.
A 2019 study projects that Amazon founder Jeff Bezos will soon become one of the world's first trillionaires.
Aimee Stephens, a transgender woman at the center of a landmark U.S. Supreme Court case, died on Tuesday.
The presumptive Democratic nominee was accused of sexually assaulting Tara Reade in late March and has since denied that the alleged actions ever took place.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced the launch of a new slogan as Britain battles the COVID-19 pandemic, asking the public to "stay alert" rather than "stay at home".
A number of White House staffers have tested positive for COVID-19 in the last couple of days.
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I had probably been in the same restaurants and grocery stores at the exact same time as my birth mother, without having any clue whatsoever.
"They gave me like 80 hours, which is like the first two weeks that I was real sick and couldn't leave the house," Lagwena Smith, an Environmental Services Worker at Northwestern Memorial said, adding that the hours were part of the hospital's COVID-19 pay for employees that contracted the virus while on the job.
The Coalinga City Council on Thursday voted to declare all businesses "essential" in spite of California Governor Gavin Newsom's stay-at-home order, which has called for a slower approach to reopening.
Another member of Vice President Mike Pence's staff has tested positive for COVID-19, White House officials said Friday.
"My son is an American citizen...we need him to receive the CARES Act benefit to provide food and a roof over his head," said one plaintiff.
A new study by WalletHub identified Oregon and Washington as the best states for nurses, while New York ranked last.
Phase 1 of reopening Virginia would involve easing restrictions on businesses but continuing with social distancing measures.
Researchers at Tufts University found America was ready to move to a remote work experience, but not ready enough.
Former Vice President Joe Biden has been accused of sexually assaulting a former Senate staffer in 1993.
As a clinical psychiatrist and psychoanalyst, I'm often faced with untangling this question: Are people honestly unknowing—or pretending not to know?
Boris Johnson said that he will publish a comprehensive plan next week that will set out how to get the economy moving again and children back to school
COVID-19 has forced us into a global work-from-home experiment with major implications, and employers and employees must approach it the right way.
Marissa Baker of the University of Washington School of Public Health said: "Our findings serve as an important reminder that the workplace should be a focus for public health intervention, especially during disease outbreaks such as COVID-19."
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Responding to former Senate staff member Tara Reade's assault allegations against Joe Biden, Gillibrand told reporters on Tuesday that she supports the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee.
Governor Mike DeWine provided detailed guidelines for workplaces permitted to resume operations over the next two weeks, which include continued physical distancing measures and mandatory face coverings.
On Sunday, the president of the Association of Flight Attendants–CWA (AFA-CWA), Sara Nelson, expressed her anger for the lack of protective masks on a packed passenger plane.
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"Smithfield is taking this action out of an abundance of caution for its employees in St. Charles amid the COVID-19 pandemic," the company said in a statement to Newsweek.
Tyson Foods announced meat processing plants in Washington, Iowa and Indiana would close this week after workers at each facility tested positive for COVID-19.
"You know, Trump talks about cabin fever like it's an actual illness," Trevor Noah said before getting into his Trump impersonation: "'This cabin fever, one of the worst outbreaks we've ever had. Even worse than that disease from the '70s: disco fever.'"
While Georgia's stay-at-home order will remain in place until April 30, some businesses will reopen this week.
During his latest coronavirus briefing, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp shared a list of businesses permitted to reopen starting April 24, with a second wave scheduled to resume operations three days later.