The White House has said it is considering hazard pay for health care workers.
The company made deceptive claims that certain products were made in the US, per the FTC.
Health care workers are dreading the prospect of such dire scenarios as U.S. hospitals brace for a looming surge in patients who need breathing machines and other resources that could soon be in critically short supply.
The virus and the disease it causes, COVID-19, has torn through New York with frightening speed.
North Dakota, Alaska, Vermont, Wyoming and Washington, D.C., all tied for the highest total Public Health Emergency Preparedness funding per capita
Reports of people packing beaches and hiking trails have prompted local governments to close recreation areas.
Trump said he's considering a two-week enforceable order as COVID-19 infections mount nationwide.
Here’s what you need to know if you’re a veteran in need of a coronavirus test.
Medical facilities are running low on ventilators and protective masks and are being hampered by limited diagnostic testing capacity.
COVID-19 has attacked New York with increasing force.
President Trump reveals how much money is being used to fight off the coronavirus pandemic.
Federal regulators are preventing ethanol producers from providing millions of gallons of alcohol that could be transformed into the germ-killing mixture.
The Federal Communications Commission listed five tips for optimizing your Wi-Fi network during the coronavirus pandemic.
At least 76,514 COVID-19 cases were reported nationwide as of Thursday afternoon.
In a letter to governors on Thursday, President Trump announced that the administration will revise the social distancing guidelines for state and local authorities.
The State Department announced cash rewards of up to $55 million for information leading to the arrests or convictions of Maduro and his associates.
Across the U.S., officials have begun releasing inmates or refusing to accept more individuals as they grapple with the pandemic.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints said Wednesday the temporary suspension would start at the end of the day.
As the virus continues to take a foothold in nearly every corner of the world, government officials nationwide have cautioned those to stay inside, also known as "stay-at-home" orders.
Dr. Fauci, 79, has been NIAID director since 1984.