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'I don't think it's unrealistic to say that there may be no more tennis this year,' says All England Club chief executive Richard Lewis
The stable outlook comes from the view that the 'unprecedented' US stimulus package will limit the decline in growth and 'set the stage for recovery in 2021'
'I have no doubt in my mind that Captain Crozier did what he thought was in the best interests of the safety and well-being of his crew... Unfortunately, it did the opposite,' says the the acting US Navy secretary
The US Democratic nomination race has boiled down to former vice president Joe Biden, the clear frontrunner, and his lone remaining rival, the liberal Senator Bernie Sanders
Even analysts who had expected grim figures are stunned
Fitch Ratings says it does not see US and EU gross domestic product returning to pre-coronavirus levels until late 2021
Acting US Navy Secretary Thomas Modly says: 'We cannot and will not remove all the sailors from the ship. This ship has weapons on it, it has munitions on it, it has expensive aircraft, and has a nuclear power plant.'
This follows a US one-day record of 884 people dead of COVD-19 in 24 hours
'Further historic declines' in United States car sales are likely in April as well
The captain of the USS Theodore Roosevelt writes a newspaper: 'We are not at war. Sailors do not need to die... The spread of the disease is ongoing and accelerating' because of the ship's 'inherent limitations of space.'
Health assistance will go to preparing laboratories for processing of coronavirus tests as well as surveillance efforts to trace possible coronavirus cases
Inmates are also being offered additional free phone calls to their loved ones to compensate the loss of their visitation rights
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says that Nicolas Maduro and Juan Guaido should set up a transitional government to arrange elections in 6 to 12 months.
The massive financial rescue plan passed by the United States Congress designates $50 billion for the airline industry
Here are the upcoming major competitions that will likely be delayed or canceled altogether due to the worldwide health crisis
The vote, which was slated for April 28, will instead take place on June 23
In New York, the coronavirus hit to the economy is like a boulder that gets bigger as it rolls ever-faster downhill, leveling more of the city's stores and services
(UPDATED) 'This will deliver urgently needed relief to our nation's families, workers, and businesses,' says United States President Donald Trump
The United States restaurant industry, the country's second biggest employer, is suffering amid coronavirus lockdowns
In a telephone call, Chinese President Xi tells the American president that China 'wishes to continue sharing all information and experience with the US'
(UPDATED) What would have been the last iteration of the yearly drills between Filipino and American forces has been called off to protect soldiers’ health, says the US Indo-Pacific Command
'The US sovereign rating is supported by structural strengths that include the size of the economy, high per capita income, and a dynamic business environment,' says Fitch Ratings
The move is part of 'measures to mitigate the devastating impact of COVID-19 on the Zimbabwean society and the economy'
Investors welcome the United States' proposed $2-trillion stimulus package and the G20's pledge on Thursday, March 26, to inject $5 trillion into the global economy
Nearly every state in the US cites the coronavirus pandemic for the jump in initial jobless claims in the week ending March 21
Other Iraqi bases and foreign embassies, particularly the American mission, have been targeted in more than two dozen rocket attacks since late October that have prompted fears of a proxy war on Iraqi soil
A US Pacific Fleet tweet confirms the USS McCampbell, a guided missile destroyer, transited the strait
(3rd UPDATE) The United States' massive coronavirus aid package clears the Senate 96-0 after days of tumultuous, sometimes bitter negotiations and debate
A gun store owner in Washington state says, '... a lot of people are scared that someone is going to break into their home... to steal cash, their toilet paper, their bottled water, their food'
The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center says 'only very small tsunami waves were generated by this earthquake and there is no further threat'
WHO spokeswoman Margaret Harris says 85% of the new cases reported to the global body overnight have come from Europe and the United States, now the two 'main drivers of the outbreak'
United States Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says the Federal Reserve's measures would provide $4 trillion in needed liquidity into the US economy
Democrats argue the current Republican-led legislation prioritizes big corporations over protecting workers
The Pentagon says a test missile flew at hypersonic speeds – more than 5 times the speed of sound, or Mach 5 – to a designated impact point
US embassies and consulates will still consider emergency visas if they have adequate staff, the State Department says
The measure follows similar US moves to bar visitors from most of Europe, China and other parts of the world as its number of coronavirus cases surges
The coronavirus crisis tests all retailers, leading to temporary store closures at companies like Apple and Nike
Pressure mounts on the leftist Vermont senator to end his White House campaign
The shutdown builds on President Donald Trump's barring of visitors from most of Europe, China, and other parts of the world hit by coronavirus
Bookmark this page: Former Visiting Forces Agreement Commission executive director Edilberto Adan talks about the importance of the military deal and the impact of its repeal
A Biden trifecta would leave Sanders a gravely wounded candidate
Media reports say Joe Biden had won 37.9% of the vote, with the leftist Bernie Sanders close behind with 36.4%
US banks were blamed during the 2008 financial crisis. Now, they're 'going to try to put their best foot forward.'
The case is against the company controlled by a confidant of Russian President Vladimir Putin that allegedly funded the campaign to meddle in the 2016 elections
Concerns are mounting that conditions of the initial deal between the United States and China cannot be met as the coronavirus threatens the world economy
'There are a number of women who are qualified to be vice president tomorrow,' the moderate Biden says
The United States Federal Reserve makes its second emergency rate cut in less than two weeks and announces other drastic measures to counter the economic impact of the coronavirus
Analysts say the question is not whether the United States Federal Reserve will cut rates again – but how low they will go
Pope Francis’s encyclical 'Laudato Si’' points to one undeniable fact: that human behavior is at the root of the ‘ecological crisis,’ and therefore at the heart of solving it
United States President Donald Trump says central bank chief Jerome Powell had 'made a lot of bad decisions'