The coronavirus death toll in the U.S. continues to decline, but officials are hopeful the curve might be flattening in some areas.
Harvey Weinstein was charged Friday with a new felony sexual assault count by the Los Angeles District Attorney’s office
The Illinois stay-at-home order has virtually shut down the city of Chicago, but according to the Chicago Police Department, gun violence is still on the rise.
Understanding whether people build immunity could help reopen economies around the world.
The Trump administration says it relies on a data-driven triage system to steer critical medical supplies to communities in need during the coronavirus pandemic
Some state officials said that help from the federal stockpile didn't always match their needs.
COVID-19 is thought to have originated at a Wuhan wet market.
More than half of Americans who went out in public in the last week say they've worn a face mask, according to a new ABC News/Ipsos poll.
The Fed announced a $600 billion lending initiative designed for mid-sized businesses to ensure the flow of credit through the newly unveiled Main Street Lending Program.
Senate Republicans failed to pass an additional $250 billion the White House want to help small businesses after Democrats objected, seeking more funds for hospitals.