The deals aren't final, but the assistance is almost certain to be a mix of cash and loans, and the government could take a small ownership stake in the leading airlines.
Questions about when Americans can resume a semblance of normal life are not easy to answer, but the governors of some states are working together to prepare a plan. Among them is Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont, who joins Judy Woodruff…
When businesses and organizations resume activity after COVID-19, it will be in a changed economic landscape. Suzanne Clark is president of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, whose 3 million members include all sectors, geographies and sizes. She is planning how…
By John Yang, Gretchen Frazee, Sam Lane
The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted the academic year of some 20 million college students as campuses are shuttered nationwide. Many of these young people are continuing their studies through online classes -- but the transition is not easy for all…
By Associated Press
The president says the world depends on the World Health Organization to work with countries to make sure accurate information about health threats are shared in a timely manner.
President Trump announced at the daily White House Coronavirus Task Force briefing on Tuesday that the U.S. will halt funding of the World Health Organization during the coronavirus pandemic. Trump contends that the group mismanaged the health crisis and wasted…
By Colleen Long, Michael Balsamo, Emily Wagster Pettus, Associated Press
The Justice Department took the rare step on Tuesday of weighing in on the side of a Mississippi Christian church where local officials had tried to stop Holy Week services broadcast to congregants sitting in their cars in the parking…
By Jeffrey Brown, Anne Azzi Davenport
For a moment of diversion from difficult news, we have another look at -- and listen to -- some of the music being posted across social media using #SongsOfComfort. Jeffrey Brown has our selections from Yo-Yo Ma’s ongoing project.
By Jake Coyle, Associated Press
The Cannes Film Festival on Tuesday abandoned plans for a postponed 2020 edition in June or July but declined to give up entirely, saying it will explore other options.
By Justin Stabley
You're at home. You're yearning for a new creative outlet, or at least find a new way to connect with family and friends. Why not give the world of tabletop games a closer look?…
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