The US government has begun advising people to wear masks if they go outside, pointing to research that shows the coronavirus could be spread just by breathing.
China came to a standstill on Saturday to mourn patients and medical staff killed by the coronavirus, as the world's most populous country observed a nationwide three-minute silence.
Britain's main opposition Labour party on Saturday unveils a new leader who will take the helm of a defeated and divided party in the midst of the coronavirus crisis.
A three-minute moment of reflection has taken place in all major cities across China to honour those who have died in the coronavirus outbreak.
An ambulance driver wearing a white protective gown enters a Barcelona hotel and announces the arrival of three new "customers" -- a trio of coronavirus patients discharged from hospital into luxury quarantine.
President Donald Trump on Friday announced that the federal government willcover the costs of COVID-19 tests and treatment for people who have no healthinsurance.
New York's mayor is warning that the city desperately needs more medical personnel, supplies and hospital beds as its COVID-19 death toll nears 3000.
Amid a constant swirl of grim coronavirus news, the surreal tale of a gay, mullet-wearing private zookeeper who calls himself "Joe Exotic" -- now in prison for murder-for-hire -- has captivated a nation stuck on the couch.
Six nights a week, Shelley Howard could normally be found at a restaurant or bar in the famous Rush Street area of Chicago, dining out or having a drink with friends.
From masks and scarves to bandanas and snoods, New Yorkers at the epicenter of America's coronavirus crisis are increasingly covering their faces -- setting the tone as the US government urges the rest of its citizens to do the same.
Concerns about imported coronavirus cases and new, smaller outbreaks have prompted South Korea to extend its intensive social distancing campaign.
The United States on Friday advised all Americans to wear masks in public to protect against the new coronavirus, fearing the illness that has infected more than one million people worldwide may be spreading by normal breathing.
Kiwi health officials have urged New Zealanders to continue to seek treatment for non-coronavirus issues as the number of cases nears 1000.
President Donald Trump snapped at a reporter during Friday night's coronavirustask force update after she asked him to clarify what his son-in-law JaredKushner meant by saying the federal stockpile of medical equipment was "our"stockpile and not the states' stockpile.
The PPP authorizes up to $349 billion in forgivable loans to small businessesto prevent more layoffs and allow companies keep their employees on thepayroll during the COVID-19 pandemic.
WASHINGTON ― Even as health experts were warning against large gatherings,President Donald Trump hosted a fundraising dinner for 900 and a birthdayparty in honor of his son's girlfriend for 200 at his private Florida resort.
US Navy Captain Brett Crozier was cheered by hundreds of sailors as he left the USS Roosevelt docked in Guam after his controversial firing by the Pentagon, videos showed Friday.
The chief of the International Monetary Fund has called on advanced economies to help emerging markets and developing countries survive the pandemic's impacts.
Disney delayed the releases of more than a dozen major films Friday, but has not given up on a summer blockbuster with "Mulan" now penciled in for a July launch despite the coronavirus pandemic.