Bates tested positive for COVID-19 and spent weeks at the Indianapolis VA hospital battling double pneumonia.
In a post on Twitter, the U.S. president emphasized that no final decision had been made and that funding for the global health agency remained frozen.
Bubbles, age 5, Maggie, age 7, and Berkley, age 8, from the Kansas City Zoo, went on a field trip to the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art.
The rally was inspired after 77-year-old barber Karl Manke ignored the governor's stay-at-home order to keep his business open.
The president said the program will be unlike anything America has undertaken since the Second World War.
China has condemned legislation proposed and lawsuits filed against Beijing seeking damages for the deaths and economic distress caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
James Jeffrey said that the U.S. must stay the course in Syria and that it was not the same kind of large-scale, costly deployment as Afghanistan or Vietnam.
The U.S. has called for Taiwan to be invited to the coming World Health Assembly as an observer, a move that goes against Beijing's "One China" policy.
The comet will make its closest approach to the sun on May 27, when it will be around 40 million miles from our star.
Two state-backed newspapers claimed—with no evidence—that the pandemic may be linked to biological weapons projects at Fort Detrick, where research was put on hold last year.
The death toll continues to climb as New York state reports children with COVID-19 are experiencing toxic shock–like symptoms.
Before she was apprehended, the woman attended a rally at Lummus Park, Miami Beach, where protesters called for the reopening of businesses and beaches across Florida.
The woman was quarantined while infected with COVID-19 and had no contact with other inmates at Auckland Women's Prison.
The new U.S. rules introduced last week are the latest development in a Chinese-American spat over press freedoms.
The two injured males were the shooters, the sheriff's office said. None of those injured are in a life-threatening condition.
More than 4 million people have tested positive for the new coronavirus worldwide since last December, according to the latest data provided by Johns Hopkins University's outbreak tracker.
Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador reignited demands this week for either clarity or an apology over a botched Obama-era United States gun-running operation dubbed "Fast and Furious."
An immediate increase in cases may indicate a state moved too fast, too soon.
As of Wednesday, the U.S. had more than 1.2 million cases of the novel coronavirus and more than 71,000 people have died from COVID-19, the disease caused by it.
Scientists in Washington state are working to eradicate the first observations of a hornet species that had never been detected in North America until late last year.
"More than anything, I am concerned that I don't know if we are going to have the resources to handle a second outbreak," said Dr. George Díaz.
The pair told hotel staff that they planned to visit friends and go to beaches during their stay, before leaving the premises.
Texas beaches were ordered to be opened on May 1, as part of the first phase of Gov. Greg Abbott's plan to reopen the state.
The rise brought the total number of deaths to more than 66,000, while confirmed cases of COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, surpassed 1.1 million.
We look at the history of the holiday and ways to celebrate, including a virtual happy hour and a party online with live DJ music sets on Facebook and Instagram.
As states across the country began reopening,16 states and Washington, D.C. all reported an uptick in coronavirus death counts higher than that recorded in previous weeks.
Many Americans severely impacted by the COVID-19, received cash payments as part of the CARES Act signed by President Donald Trump in March, but it's not likely another stimulus check will be coming any time soon.
"The pandemic really exposed the significant vulnerabilities with the country's reliance on in-person voting," one expert told Newsweek.
The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases director told CNN that he was concerned about some states "leapfrogging over the first checkpoint" as they looked to reopen.