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Newsom says California shutdown must continue, but surge in testing will help

Gov. Gavin Newsom on Wednesday announced an expansion of coronavirus testing capability…

Trump orders suspension of immigration green cards amid coronavirus outbreak

President Donald Trump, citing the threat of contagion, on Tuesday ordered a…

Gov. Newsom names goals that must be met to lift California coronavirus order

Gov. Gavin Newsom says California needs to increase testing, protect high-risk residents…

Bernie Sanders suspends his presidential campaign

Bernie Sanders on Wednesday suspended an anti-establishment presidential campaign that changed the…

John Prine, revered singer-songwriter, dies of COVID-19 complications at 73

John Prine, who traded his job as a Chicago mail carrier to…

Gov. Gavin Newsom said he ‘owns’ coronavirus testing lapses, announces task force

Gov. Gavin Newsom said California will significantly increase COVID-19 testing capabilities, adding…

Newsom says face coverings can help, but California won’t mandate for now

Gov. Gavin Newsom said Thursday that face coverings are beneficial in grocery…

Gov. Newsom orders statewide ban on evictions for renters affected by coronavirus

The measure prevents the evictions of renters over the nonpayment of rent through May 31

Sequoia workers evicted from national park by concessionaire amid coronavirus pandemic

Employees in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks learned Thursday that they have to be out of park housing by the end of the month

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson tests positive for coronavirus

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has tested positive for the coronavirus, he announced Friday, becoming the world’s highest-profile political leader to reveal an infection.

House approves $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus package

The president said he would sign the sweeping bill, which the Senate earlier passed unanimously.

China’s hidden symptom-free virus cases may mean epidemic not over

China’s exclusion of people without symptoms from its official count of confirmed coronavirus cases is renewing concerns

WHO warns ‘pandemic is accelerating’ as number of coronavirus cases soar

The world’s top health authority warned Monday that the coronavirus pandemic is picking up pace

New York reports more than 20,000 coronavirus cases

More than 20,000 New Yorkers have been infected by the coronavirus

‘A mess in America’: Why Asia now looks safer than the U.S. in the coronavirus crisis

“It feels very strange to say that I feel safer here than in my home country,” Grant said.

Italy reports nearly 800 virus deaths, setting new daily record

In its daily bulletin, the Civil Protection Authority in Rome said 4,825 people had died, an increase of 793

FDA approves quick-turnaround COVID-19 test

The device is made by Cepheid, a California-based company, which said units would be ready to be shipped next week.

HUD to suspend all foreclosures and evictions in U.S. through April

President Donald Trump directed the Department of Housing and Urban Development to…

Bernie Sanders set to ‘assess’ campaign, top aide says

After getting crushed in another round of presidential primary voting Tuesday, Bernie Sanders keeps pushing on

Trump says US, Canada agree to close border to ‘non-essential traffic’

“We will be, by mutual consent, temporarily closing our Northern Border with Canada