The coronavirus has killed 200,000 Americans and infected more than 6.5 million. But of those that contracted the virus, more than 2.5 million have now recovered. As researchers learn more about the coronavirus, it is clear that it can affect…
By Stephanie Sy, Rachel Wellford, Vika Aronson, Erica R. Hendry, Emily Carpeaux
Wall Street clawed back the last of the historic, frenzied losses unleashed by the coronavirus, as the S&P 500 closed at an all-time high Tuesday.
By Stan Choe, Alex Veiga, Damian J. Troise, Associated Press
Israel has announced new restrictions in response to a surge in coronavirus cases, including weekend closures of many businesses and limiting restaurants to takeout and delivery.
By Joseph Krauss, Associated Press
Florida health officials on Saturday reported more than 9,500 new COVID-19 cases, surpassing the previous day’s total by more than 600 confirmed cases.
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By Martin Crutsinger, Associated Press
The U.S. economy shrank at a 5.0% rate in the first quarter with a much worse decline expected in the current three-month economic period because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The COVID-19 pandemic forced many to find ways to work remotely. And our partners at southern California station KCET found a priest in Santa Clarita who is putting his passion for technology to work. The story is part of their…
By Brian Mahoney, Kimberlee Kruesi, Associated Press
As New York City prepared to reopen after a more than two-month coronavirus shutdown, officials on Sunday lifted a curfew that was put in place amid protests of police brutality and racial injustice. But they also urged that demonstrators be…
By Christopher Rugaber, Associated Press
Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell acknowledged Friday that the Fed faces a major challenge with the launch of a program lending directly to private companies.
By Candice Norwood
De Blasio said he asked the state of New York this week for a "safety net" to have the authority to borrow money to cover the losses.
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