Wall Street rose on Wednesday on hopes the coronavirus outbreak in the United States was close to its peak, with health insurers boosted by Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders suspending his campaign.
World Health Organization officials on Wednesday denied that the body was "China-centric" and said that the acute phase of a pandemic was not the time to cut funding, after U.S. President Donald Trump said he may put contributions on hold.
A U.S. appeals court tossed an njunction against federal executions, which blocked the Trump administration from carrying out four death penalty sentences.
Acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly resigns after he faced mounting backlash for firing and ridiculing the commander of a U.S. aircraft carrier.
Grammy-winning singer John Prine, one of the most influential songwriters of his generation, is dead from coronavirus complications at the age of 73.
Acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly resigns following criticism of his handling of a crisis involving the captain of a coronavirus-hit ship.
President Donald Trump criticized the WHO, accusing it of being too focused on China and issuing bad advice about the coronavirus.
President Donald Trump said he had a "very friendly" conversation with Joe Biden on Monday after the Democratic presidential front-runner called.
The coronavirus crisis is beginning to do something San Francisco has been unable to for years - move homeless people off the streets and into shelters.
Officials said they seized the supplies from Baruch Feldheim, a 43-year-old Brooklyn man arrested on March 30 for lying about his activity.