White House tests journalists for coronavirus

The White House tested journalists for COVID-19 before Thursday’s press briefing, marking the latest effort by the White House and the White House Correspondents’ Association to keep the new coronavirus off the campus

Crew member of cruise ship with virus cases dies in Florida

A crew member who was hospitalized after two ill-fated cruise ships docked in Florida with coronavirus cases has died

Crew member of cruise ship with virus cases dies in Florida

A crew member who was hospitalized after two ill-fated cruise ships docked in Florida with coronavirus cases has died

Britain Prime Minister Boris Johnson out of intensive care as his condition improves

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been moved out of intensive care where he was being treated for the new coronavirus, as his government told Britons to prepare for several more weeks in lockdown

Britain Prime Minister Boris Johnson out of intensive care as his condition improves

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been moved out of intensive care where he was being treated for the new coronavirus, as his government told Britons to prepare for several more weeks in lockdown

Finding employment during the coronavirus pandemic: A glimmer of hope for college seniors

Students should continue to polish their resumes and portfolios, apply for jobs, seek guidance and prepare for virtual interviews, experts said.

Finding employment during the coronavirus pandemic: A glimmer of hope for college seniors

Students should continue to polish their resumes and portfolios, apply for jobs, seek guidance and prepare for virtual interviews, experts said.
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General says coronavirus might affect more Navy ships

A top U.S. military leader says the Navy aircraft carrier sidelined in the Pacific with more than 400 crew members infected with coronavirus is unlikely to be the only deployed ship affected by the outbreak.

Federal Reserve rolls out $2.3 trillion to stabilize government, businesses impacted by coronavirus

The Fed said it is activating a Main Street Business Lending Program authorized by the CARES Act, the largest economic relief package ever passed by Congress.

Senators block new coronavirus aid, Nancy Pelosi calls vote a ‘stunt’

The president's urgent request for $250 billion to supplement a business “paycheck protection” program for firms crippled by the virus outbreak has hit a roadblock in the Senate

One-tenth of U.S. labor force now unemployed since coronavirus slammed economy, as 6.6 million more file for jobless aid

The figures collectively constitute the largest and fastest string of job losses in records dating to 1948.

With Holy Week hushed by pandemic, the pope does social distancing his own way

This week, the pope will conduct the ceremonies leading up to Easter largely via live stream.

Trump to unveil second coronavirus task force, officials say

Trump is preparing to announce as soon as this week a second, smaller task force aimed specifically at combating the economic ramifications of the virus and focused on reopening the nation's economy.

Feds loosen virus rules to let essential workers return

In a first, small step toward reopening the country, the Trump administration has issued new guidelines to make it easier for essential workers who have been exposed to COVID-19 get back to work — if they have no symptoms.

HHS: Federal stocks of protective equipment nearly depleted

The Strategic National Stockpile is nearly out of N95 respirators, surgical masks, face shields, gowns and other supplies desperately needed to protect front-line medical workers treating coronavirus patients.

Linda Tripp, whose tapes exposed Clinton scandal, dies at 70

Linda Tripp, whose secretly recorded conversations with White House intern Monica Lewinsky led to the 1998 impeachment of President Bill Clinton, has died at age 70.

Wall Street jumps 3.4%, actually holds on this time

Stocks shot to a 3.4% gain on Wall Street Wednesday as investors chose to focus on the optimistic side of data about the coronavirus outbreak’s trajectory.

As coronavirus cases mount, flight attendants grow increasingly fearful of flying

Their public face is smiling and helpful. Greeting passengers and offering words of assurance at a time when things are frightening and uncertain.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s condition improving; still in ICU with coronavirus

Johnson has been sitting up in bed and engaging with his doctors at St. Thomas’ Hospital, Britain's Treasury chief says.

As some health workers get ovations, others come under attack during pandemic

It's hard enough being a doctor in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. But Sanjibani Panigrahi, a psychiatrist at a government hospital in western India, finds her own neighbors turning against her.

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