The White House coronavirus task force calls Italy an example of how the coronavirus could play out in the U.S. The European country's death toll is rising, despite a recent slowdown in cases.
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NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., about the federal government's ongoing efforts to deal with the coronavirus pandemic in the United States.
The coronavirus has eliminated rallies from President Trump's reelection campaign. However, the campaign always saw rallies as critical for gathering data and contacts to follow up with digitally.
The chancellor is preparing to unveil an overhaul of his emergency aid scheme for small businesses (SMEs) amid warnings about a deluge of insolvencies as companies struggle to access funds from a banking system creaking under the COVID-19 crisis.
The White House coronavirus task force returns to brief reporters Wednesday, a day after offering a "sobering" preview of the weeks and months ahead.
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With the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 surging nationwide and health officials warning that, even in a best-case scenario, deaths from the disease could top 100,000 in the U.S., the government is reviewing its guidance on the use of face masks by the general population.
More than a dozen states have delayed primaries because of the coronavirus.
Britain is calling up 3,000 reservists for a six-month mobilisation to help in the fight against coronavirus and is putting their civilian employers on notice.
The Trump administration's strategy for ending the current wave of coronavirus infections relies on a model that appears to count on several important assumptions. We look at why that matters.
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Despite the coronavirus outbreak and a dire shortage of poll workers, Wisconsin is still going forward with a statewide election on April 7.
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The UN summit on tackling climate change meant to be held in Britain this winter has been postponed because of coronavirus.
A "concerning" rise in car journeys has sparked fresh warnings for people to stay at home during the coronavirus lockdown.
Former Vice President Joe Biden leads Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders in the latest Wisconsin poll by over 30 points. Sanders won the state in 2016.
First on NBC News: The tax agency created confusion this week by saying that some Social Security recipients would need to submit a form to get the cash.
So far, neither major party has announced changes to their plans to hold traditional conventions this summer, despite ongoing public health restrictions on large gatherings.
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The letter amounts to a desperate appeal to his chain of command to get most of his sailors off the ship, where the virus is spreading out of control, and into individual quarantine lodgings that are based on federal guidelines.
A cabinet minister has insisted the UK is making "significant progress" in boosting coronavirus testing despite hundreds of thousands of NHS staff still not being screened.
Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr sold off a large amount of stocks before the coronavirus market crash. The FBI will assess whether he was motivated by nonpublic information.
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Federal officials are now predicting that the coronavirus could claim more than 200,000 American lives. The news brought a more somber tone to Tuesday's White House briefing on the issue.
While the Washington State Department of Health had prepared a plan for the arrival of the virus in January, it assumed it still had weeks before the disease would reach the U.S. “In three days, the plan was trashed. We went through every step,” Marcia Goldoft, a clinical epidemiologist with the Washington State DOH, told Yahoo News. “I don’t think anyone involved has ever seen anything go this fast.”