The missed opportunity of February testing triggered an "exponential" increase in the spread of coronavirus, Gov. J.B. Pritzker said.
School president Jerry Falwell Jr. has been widely criticized for welcoming students back to campus after spring break amid a global pandemic.
The president decided to extend the voluntary national shutdown through April 30, a tacit acknowledgment he'd been too optimistic.
The 54-year-old cancer survivor, who for decades helped the network deliver breaking news, had been on medical leave for an unrelated issue since February.
Bill de Blasio's remarks appeared hypocritical given his frequent criticism of President Trump's handling of the pandemic.
“As the president fiddles, people are dying,” the House speaker said.
"Every metro area should assume that they could have an outbreak equivalent to New York," said Dr. Deborah Birx.
This New York City doctor was infected by the virus as her emergency room saw a surge in COVID-19 patients. She told HuffPost that she doesn't see an end in sight.
The Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe got a frightening notice from the Trump administration just as residents are grappling with the devastating impact of COVID-19.
The spread of COVID-19 is making its way into big cities like Detroit and Chicago along with small, rural towns.
Earlier today, Dolan promised to pay Madison Square Garden event staff through May 3 despite cancelations.
Gov. Gina Raimondo is demanding a two-week self-quarantine for travelers from New York state, the U.S. disease epicenter.
The platform prohibits coronavirus-related misinformation “that could contribute to imminent physical harm.”
This may be the first known case of a cat getting sick from the novel coronavirus, though experts stress cases of pets catching it remain extremely rare.
The COVID-19 infection rate in NYC jails is 87 times higher than the overall U.S. rate, and prisoners have no way to protect themselves.
"I Love My Freedom" hawks a bogus cancer cure that was supposedly created by Nazis. It also solicits donations on behalf of the president and Mitch McConnell.
Working in health care comes at a huge cost right now. This is what they're doing to protect us from COVID-19.
"In the eye of a pandemic, when there’s never been a worse time to leave home, let alone to need medical care, a dangerous thought has been burrowing in my brain."
The 7,300 volunteers face lost stipends, housing and health benefits amid a pandemic and economic crisis.
Despite millions of dollars in government funding, some homelessness advocates are on their own when it comes to securing shelter for their clients.