The Food and Drug Administration will allow an Ohio company to sterilize thousands more masks for health care workers than it initially approved after President Trump touted the technology on Sunday.
The Federal Reserve said Sunday it is lowering interest rates for a second time since the coronavirus outbreak began infecting the global economy.
House Financial Services Chairwoman Maxine Waters referred former Wells Fargo CEO Timothy Sloan to the Department of Justice, claiming that Sloan made false statements to Congress in testimony last year.
Worldwide, the virus outbreak that began in China could cost airlines as much as $113 billion in lost revenue.
The New York law banning so-called single-use plastic bags took effect Sunday, with some customers balking at the new rules.
The owners of a Mexican restaurant in Arizona, who were criticized for attending a Trump rally, got a five-star review from the sitting president himself.
Officials from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will also be at the briefing.
Kirk Douglas, who passed away earlier this month at age 103, chose charity over his son Michael when deciding how to divide up his $61 million fortune.
Court filings earlier this month put the price of the sale at $81 million.
Huawei claimed that the ban was overbroad, that its due process rights were violated and that Congress was motivated by an intent to punish it and another Chinese telecom company, ZTE.