"We are listening to our people and, you know, we've got to make the best decision that we can," the progressive senator from Vermont said.
In the middle of this costly and frightening health crisis, ominous clouds of a different sort have been gathering in Asia.
The Vice President called his British counterpart after Prime Minister Boris Johnson was hospitalized with severe COVID-19 symptoms.
Pennsylvania has reported more than 1,000 new COVID-19 cases every day since March 31. On Tuesday, the state had confirmed more than 14,500 cases in total, as well as 240 deaths.
The map tracks where the coronavirus outbreak is spreading across the U.S., now the epicenter of the global pandemic.
Acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly submitted his resignation Tuesday, just one day after leaked audio overheard him calling ousted U.S.S. Theodore Roosevelt commander, Captain Brett Crozier, "stupid" in an address to the ship's crew.
Does one infected tiger in New York mean animal owners—and lovers—should be worried about their own furry friends?
Coronavirus cases in the U.S. surpassed 368,000 on Tuesday, and 11,008 have died.
"You try to step up as much as you can," Juliana Morawski, an emergency room nurse who left retirement to help patients with the coronavirus, told CNN.
On Monday, Northwell Health shared a picture on their Instagram account showing a number of healthcare providers wearing superhero capes amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Milwaukee is operating five in-person voting locations despite having nearly 290,000 registered voters.
Mnuchin also said he hopes the shutdown does not go on longer than eight weeks.
Three generations of the royal family have sent best wishes to Prime Minister Boris Johnson, with messages from Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles and Prince William.
In an announcement Tuesday, Walgreens disclosed plans to administer COVID-19 tests at 15 new drive-thru locations across seven states.
The hazard pay would go to employees deemed essential during the pandemic, including those who work in drug and grocery stores, and in health care, sanitation and transportation.
While the death toll in New York shows signs of slowing, Governor Andrew Cuomo warned "now is not the time to be lax with social distancing."
Las Vegas healthcare workers can stay for free in a donated property to keep their families safe from COVID-19.
Unless you actually know somebody hit by the disease, the grim daily numbers blur into being mere statistics. But the prime minister's hospitalization brought home the fact it can truly strike anyone, of any rank.
The judge rejected Kelly's request to be released citing that he is not at high risk, nor has he demonstrated that he is not a flight risk.
The U.S. has reportedly seen more than double the coronavirus recoveries in South Korea, which previously recorded the highest number of cases outside China.
One expert even called the rules "criminally narrow" and argued that they will "greatly undermine the effectiveness of the system."
Appearing on 'Today,' the comedian explained the scenario that he and his wife are apparently taking up, which involves Morgan pretending to be a scientist who's discovered a cure for coronavirus.
The coronavirus has sparked medical research and forced bipartisan support for a stimulus package.
Many tenants unions and campaigners say the only way to help renters through the coronavirus crisis is for rent payments to be waived completely until the pandemic is over.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic in the U.S., a number of different states and cities have begun to flatten the curve.
U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson's office is expected to hold its latest press conference Tuesday at 5 p.m. U.K. time addressing both the country's ongoing efforts to slow the coronavirus pandemic as well as Johnson's own fight with COVID-19.
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"I really believe this is something we need to do—to congregate," one church member said.
Seventy percent of U.S. adults also told pollsters that they were taking greater care to avoid touching their faces.