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US President Donald Trump floated the idea of a quarantine as early as Saturday affecting residents of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut for a short time to stop the spread of coronavirus from reaching states with fewer infections.
US President Donald Trump said Saturday that he was considering a type of enforceable quarantine to prevent people in New York and parts of New Jersey and Connecticut from traveling.
While much of the U.S. is living on lockdown to minimize the spread of the coronavirus, several Southern states are resisting. Small businesses considered non-essential say the governors are the only thing between them and financial ruin.
Two design companies have teamed up in a makeshift assembly line in Brooklyn to help meet New York's demand for face shields to protect medical professionals dealing with the coronavirus crisis.
California Governor Gavin Newsom thanked President Donald Trump Friday for supporting the use of the U.S. Navy hospital ship USNS Mercy to treat non-coronavirus patients, allowing Los Angeles-area hospitals to care for those with COVID-19.
After days of pleading from the nation’s governors, President Donald Trump took steps Friday to expand the federal government’s role in helping produce critically needed supplies, including ventilators to fight the coronavirus pandemic.
US President Donald Trump took steps Friday to expand the federal government’s role in helping to produce critically needed supplies to fight the coronavirus pandemic.
Army Corps of Engineers officials are exploring ways to convert a sprawling convention center on Chicago's lakefront into a facility housing "about 3,000" beds that could be needed for patients suffering from COVID-19.
Ryan Millsap, CEO of Blackhall Studios in Atlanta, is offering a 150-acre studio to federal and state governments in hopes to provide space for relief work during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
President Donald Trump signed a $2.2 trillion economic rescue package Friday, calling the bill much-needed relief for American workers reeling from the economic tumult caused by the coronavirus.
Volunteer organizers with the Humane Rescue Alliance say over the last 10 days, more than 1,000 people have signed up to foster pets awaiting a permanent home. It's a small bright spot during the coronavirus pandemic.
Here's the latest for Friday, March 27th: House passes $2.2T rescue package, rushes it to Trump; British Prime Minister Johnson tests positive for virus; USS Roosevelt hit hard by virus; Some leaders are hailing a potential virus test breakthrough.
Tourists and most residents are gone from the streets of San Francisco as the city has been locked down due to the coronavirus pandemic. A drive through the city by the bay finds nearly empty streets and sidewalks.
Wall Street capped a week of outsize gains for the stock market with more losses Friday as investors held out hope that a big economic rescue package will help cushion ailing businesses and households from the effects of the coronavirus.
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi signed the enrolled $2.2. trillion rescue legislation that is tossing a life preserver to a U.S. economy and health care system left flailing by the coronavirus pandemic.
Doctors and nurses in Italy's overwhelmed northern hospitals have welcomed a slight stabilizing in the number of coronavirus infections but fear the virus is still silently spreading in the south
The House rushed President Trump a $2.2 trillion rescue package, to aid the U.S. economy and health care system left flailing by the coronavirus. The measure passed by a voice vote despite an attempt by a Republican to force a roll call vote.
Grocery stores in the U.S. have seen their business soar as authorities urge people go out only for essentials during the ongoing coronavirus crisis, leading them to stay and cook more at home.
The House approved a sweeping $2.2 trillion rescue package Friday after leaders from both parties banded together to outmaneuver Rep. Thomas Massie, a maverick GOP lawmaker who infuriated many colleagues by trying to force a roll call vote.