Coronavirus deals one-two financial punch to state budgets
The coronavirus is pounding state governments with a financial one-two punch, costing them many millions to try to contain the disease just as businesses are shutting down and tax revenue is collapsing.
Lack of social distancing leads to closure of parks, trails
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot's decision to shut down the trails along Lake Michigan and nearby parks during the coronavirus crisis underscores a growing concern that the large crowds of people flocking to beaches, parks and playgrounds are making it easier for the virus to spread.
Joseph Lowery, civil rights leader and MLK aide, dies at 98
The Rev. Joseph E.
A few miles away yet worlds apart, 2 families wait out virus
A global pandemic may know no boundaries.
British Prime Minister Johnson tests positive for virus
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has tested positive for the new coronavirus.
Couples in quarantine: Stress, anxiety, fear of the unknown
With all the havoc it's wreaking across the globe, the coronavirus outbreak is naturally having an impact on couples and their relationships.
Not all or nothing: Anti-virus lockdowns could lift slowly
For the millions of Americans living under some form of lockdown to curb the spread of the coronavirus, not knowing when the restrictions will end is a major source of anxiety.
NYC subway driver killed in fire being investigated as crime
Officials say a New York City subway driver was killed and several other people were injured early Friday in a fire on a train that is being investigated as a crime.
Virus test results in minutes? Scientists question accuracy
Some political leaders are hailing a potential breakthrough in the fight against COVID-19: simple pin-prick blood tests or nasal swabs that can determine within minutes if someone has, or previously had, the virus.
UK's Johnson virus positive as new outbreaks appear in US
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has become the first leader of a major country to test positive for the coronavirus as disturbing new outbreaks appeared in the United States and deaths surged in Italy and Spain.
Tourists stranded in Asia by canceled flights, shut borders
From the sun-soaked beaches of Thailand to the foothills of Mount Everest, tourists across Asia are finding their dream vacations have turned into travel nightmares as airlines cancel flights and countries close their borders in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.
Eiffel Tower says "Merci" to health workers fighting virus
Health workers racing to save lives during the coronavirus outbreak in France have received a huge show of gratitude courtesy of the Eiffel Tower.
The Latest: China sends medical help to Pakistan
Sri Lanka police say they have arrested thousands including many who were praying in a mosque for violating a countrywide curfew imposed as a part of stringent measures designed to contain the spread of coronavirus.
Italy hopes virus is easing but fears new onslaught in south
Doctors and nurses in Italy's overwhelmed northern hospitals are cautiously optimistic about a slight stabilizing in coronavirus infections this week, but the virus is continuing its silent spread south two weeks into an extreme nationwide shutdown.
From Dhaka to Gaza: How do you socially distance in a crowd?
As the coronavirus spreads, the World Health Organization has pointed out that the future of the pandemic will be determined by what happens in some of the world’s poorest and most densely populated countries.
Trump seeks to force General Motors to produce ventilators
President Donald Trump attacked General Motors, alleging that the company promised to build thousands more breathing machines than it can deliver for coronavirus patients and that it wants too money for them.
For seniors, isolation changes life in varied, nuanced ways
Social distancing rules are affecting U.S. seniors in nuanced ways.
For nursing homes, symptoms aren't enough to tell who's sick
An investigation at a Seattle-area nursing home concludes that symptoms aren't enough to identify who is infected once the coronavirus enters a long-term care facility.
'Choppy waters' await Navy as virus strikes aircraft carrier
The Navy is the military service hit hardest by the coronavirus crisis.
AP Sources: Alleged Maduro co-conspirator is in DEA custody
Four people familiar with the case say a retired Venezuelan army general indicted alongside Nicolás Maduro has surrendered in Colombia and is being taken by Drug Enforcement Administration agents to New York for arraignment.