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COVID-19 infects more than 1.17 million across nations, with Europe bearing the brunt of the pandemic
In a letter to the Senate Intelligence Committee, Trump says he had lost confidence in Michael Atkinson, the independent inspector general of the broad US intelligence community
The US set a new record for number of COVID-19 deaths in one day with 1,480 dead
3M says its facilities 'have gone above and beyond to manufacture as many N95 respirators as possible for the US market'
The desperate situation aboard the Zaandam, which was not allowed to enter several South American ports, attracted worldwide publicity, but it is just one of several cruise liners seeking permission to dock in Fort Lauderdale
The US Department of Health and Human Services details recent donations of medicine to a national stockpile – including chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine, both being investigated as potential COVID-19 treatments
Trump extends emergency coronavirus restrictions for another month
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, however, advises residents of the region not to travel except for essential purposes
(UPDATED) 'This will deliver urgently needed relief to our nation's families, workers, and businesses,' says United States President Donald Trump
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) As of March 29, 2020, chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine are authorized by the FDA for emergency use to treat COVID-19
(UPDATED) There are questions over whether United States President Donald Trump's concerns about his own company are shaping his response to the coronavirus crisis
'The hydroxychloroquine and the Z-Pak, I think as a combination probably is looking very, very good,' President Donald Tump says
The death toll from the virus surges to more than 14,400, according to an AFP tally, with Europe the epicenter but the situation worsening from Pacific islands to Africa and the United States
US President Donald Trump insists there is no need for a national lockdown, arguing that other parts of the US weren't hurting as much as its most populous states
Trump likens himself to a 'wartime president' and invokes a Korean War-era law
The package provides for free coronavirus testing for those who need it, sick pay and paid family leave, and bolsters unemployment insurance for millions of Americans
The number of global coronavirus infections shoot past 200,000
The report on Trump's offer sparks a furious response in Berlin – and a swift denial from the company
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
(UPDATED) A newspaper claims that Trump is trying to secure exclusive rights to a potential vaccine against the global health threat, which is being worked on by biotech firm CureVac
Analysts say the question is not whether the United States Federal Reserve will cut rates again – but how low they will go
The suspension of 'all travel from the United Kingdom and Ireland' is effective midnight Monday EST (12 pm Philippine time on Tuesday, March 17)
United States President Donald Trump says central bank chief Jerome Powell had 'made a lot of bad decisions'
At least 6 people involved have now tested positive for the novel coronavirus
White House physician Sean Conley confirms the test result in a memo
With oil prices hammered, President Donald Trump says the United States will 'purchase at a very good price large quantities of crude oil' for storage
US President Donald Trump's declaration of a national emergency allows billions of federal dollars and resources to be funneled into hard-hit US states
The furious rally at the end shows volatility remains elevated in markets, a trend also apparent in Europe, which is now the epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic
US President Donald Trump says he will 'most likely' get a test for the virus 'fairly soon'
Public health experts have rebuked authorities for downplaying the pandemic, and lagging far behind other hard-hit countries in rolling out testing for the virus
Donald Trump says he is unconcerned, and downplays his contact with 'the press aide,' apparently referring to Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro's communications chief Fabio Wajngarten
While insisting the United States economy remains strong, President Donald Trump urges Congress 'to provide Americans with immediate payroll tax relief'
'There are a lot of countries in the world where one person makes the decision. They're called dictators,' says Representative Steny Hoyer
(UPDATED) European Union chiefs Ursula von der Leyen and Charles Michel swiftly rebuke Washington's 'unilateral action,' calling for cooperation to fight the pandemic
President Vladimir Putin's spokesman tells journalists that Washington has notified Russia 'through diplomatic channels' that 'Trump will not come for May 9' Victory Day celebrations
'Mark Meadows was advised this weekend that now 12 days prior at CPAC, he may have come into contact with the COVID-19 positive test individual,' his spokesman says in a tweet
A photograph shows Trump shaking hands with one of the lawmakers at what appears to be an airport
(UPDATED) The edited video, which appears to show Joe Biden endorsing Donald Trump, is marked "partly false" by Facebook and "manipulated media" on Twitter.
Meanwhile, health authorities announce the first confirmed case in the US capital – a Washington DC resident in his 50s with no history of international travel and no close contacts with anyone known to be infected
The White House downplays the impact of the novel coronavirus, but private economists warn real-time gauges of economic activity already show the spreading alarm
Facebook finds Trump ads that encouraged readers to 'take the official 2020 Congressional District Census,' but clicking on the messages directed users to a Trump campaign website
The insurgents are the first to give news of the highly unusual phone call, which they say lasted 35 minutes
'I think it's very safe,' to continue holding frequent rallies across the country, Trump says when questioned in the Oval Office
'Crazy Bernie's going to be (even) more crazy,' Trump says to swelling laughter from the crowd
Vice President Mike Pence and Health Secretary Alex Azar go on Sunday talk shows with the message that risks from the disease remain low for most Americans and promises to make up for testing shortfalls
'We will continue working to permanently end this unspeakably cruel policy,' says American Civil Liberties Union on the court order
'We lack authority to resolve disputes between the legislative and executive Branches until their actions harm an entity beyond the federal government,' the decision says
(UPDATED) His comments contradict US health officials who urge Americans to be ready to cancel mass gatherings and work from home. There are 60 cases in the US so far.
In response to the lawsuit, a New York Times spokesperson says the Trump campaign 'has turned to the courts to try to punish an opinion writer for having an opinion they find unacceptable'