Pompeo has been among the administration's most vociferous China critics, and has fallen in line behind President Donald Trump in blaming Beijing for the COVID-19 pandemic.
The president signed an order which suspends the issuance of new Green Cards to anyone outside the U.S. for the next two months.
The nation has seen a nearly 24 percent drop in new cases from around April 4, when daily new infections were reported to be more than 34,000.
The 18-year-old found the perfect hiding spot in the washing machine, but soon found she couldn't get out. Eventually, the Prince William County Fire and Rescue had to come and free the teen.
Slaughterhouse shutdowns in response to COVID-19 cases among employees are disrupting the U.S. food supply chain, sparking fears over consumer access to meat and poultry.
U.S. oil prices went negative on Monday for the first time in history, as the market battled with a coronavirus-driven lack of demand, over-supply and limited storage options.
A Russian fighter flew within 25 feet of a U.S. surveillance aircraft over the Mediterranean Sea on Sunday, forcing the pilots to descend to a lower altitude.
"We recognize the importance of answering the scientific question of whether hydroxychloroquine will be beneficial for patients with COVID-19 disease," said John Tsai, Novartis chief medical officer.
On Monday, prices on the May contract for West Texas Intermediate crude futures fell to their lowest point since March 1999.
The wider economic fallout from the virus and governments' response to it has been unprecedented.
Officials have urged for the ramping up of antibody tests to determine the true number of recovered people in America.
Though a report claimed the novel coronavirus was accidentally released from a virology lab, an U.S. Intelligence Community official tells Newsweek says the origins of the SARS-CoV-2 virus are still unknown.
Researchers predict that today's "once-in-a-lifetime" extreme water levels may be reached every year in 70 percent of U.S. coastal regions by 2050.
Researchers used tree rings to compare recent weather patterns to megadroughts over the past millenium.
After a slew of complaints China moved last week to introduce new quality control measures on coronavirus medical equipment, which have reportedly slowed down exports.
Around 300 people and up to 150 cars were at the scene in Sacramento, the California Highway Patrol said. One driver was arrested after they crashed into a patrol car while attempting to flee.
The president said Wednesday that the nation's "aggressive strategy" to slow the virus' spread is "very strongly working."
The animal sat there for more than an hour just finishing its meal, ignoring its audience of two dogs.
The report alleges President Xi Jinping and senior officials delayed informing the country about the severity of the coronavirus outbreak for six days, allowing millions to travel.
With millions of people facing redundancy and income loss as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, paying the bills is becoming a problem for many.
President Donald Trump said Tuesday the U.S. would temporarily freeze its contributions to the WHO while investigating alleged mismanagement of the coronavirus pandemic.
Some Americans eligible for the scheme have begun to see the one-off payments arrive in their accounts, while millions more are waiting for the delivery of paper checks.
At least 3,319 people have tested positive for coronavirus in South Carolina, and 82 people have died, according to public health officials.
The death toll from COVID-19 in America is now just over 20,000, surpassing Italy's total for the largest number globally as of Saturday.
Social media commentators claim that the one-time $1,200 check being given to U.S. workers is much lower than what other countries are providing, but the truth is a little more complicated.
Lou serenaded his wife Jackie while they were separated because of social distancing. They have been married for 38 years and reside at the Soldiers' and Sailors' Home in Erie.
Michigan has the highest COVID-19 mortality rate with 4.6 percent of cases resulting in death.
Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov also said that the coronavirus pandemic had disrupted discussions over the New START treaty.
The 26-year-old from Saugus, California, hit his mother after accusing her of hiding the family's toilet paper, which is in short supply during the coronavirus pandemic.