President Trump signed four executive orders Saturday aimed at delivering relief to Americans struggling with the economic fallout of the coronavirus.
Brazil has surpassed a grim milestone — 100,000 deaths from COVID-19.
On Saturday, the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) announced 2,190 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Illinois, including 18 additional confirmed deaths.
As the coronavirus continues to transform a vast swath of the economy, it's becoming evident that millions of Americans face the prospect of a permanent job loss that will force some to seek work with new industries or in new occupations.
President Trump dismissed claims Friday evening that members of his New Jersey golf club who attended his press conference were not abiding by state coronavirus guidelines.
While Congress is deadlocked on another coronavirus relief package that's widely expected to include a second stimulus check, millions of Americans are still awaiting the arrival of their first $1,200 cash payment.
In addition to an emergency rule that allows public health officials to issue fines to businesses where employees or patrons aren’t wearing face coverings, Gov. Pritzker also signed Senate Bill 471 which, in part, is designed to protect retail workers/merchants who are attacked or assaulted for relaying health or safety guidelines.
Chicago is doubling down on efforts to enforce its emergency coronavirus travel order, as officials will now be reviewing the social media posts of possible violators as the pandemic continues.
Police in Virginia say that a rape suspect who was released from jail in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic went on to kill the woman who had accused him.
Gov. J.B. Pritzker announced Friday that public health officials may issue fines to Illinois businesses where employees or patrons aren’t wearing face coverings to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
The entire three-game series between the Chicago Cubs and St. Louis at Busch Stadium was postponed Friday night after two more Cardinals players and a staff member tested positive for the coronavirus.
Nearly 600 children have been hospitalized in the U.S. after being diagnosed with a rare inflammatory condition linked to COVID-19. Ten of the children died, according to the CDC.
Trump administration negotiators are heading back to the Capitol for last-ditch talks on vital COVID-19 rescue money.
Health officials reported this week that 15 adults were poisoned in Arizona and New Mexico in May and June after drinking hand sanitizer.
A recent survey conducted by Survivor Corps, a COVID-19 nonprofit, and Dr. Natalie Lambert from Indiana University School of Medicine found that 65% of coronavirus survivors reported hair loss.
The assessment tool gives a glimpse of the risk level-- the estimated chance (0-100%)--that at least one infected person will be present at an event in your county, based on the size of the event experts said.
As many as one in three Americans said they would not get a vaccine for COVID-19 — even if the vaccine were FDA-approved and free of charge.
Many who rode their bikes into Sturgis on Friday expressed defiance at the rules and restrictions that have marked life in many locales during the pandemic.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin rejected an offer from Democratic leaders for a roughly $2 trillion coronavirus relief package amid growing concerns that negotiations between the two parties are on the brink of collapsing.
A second inmate diagnosed with COVID-19 at the federal prison in Marion, Illinois, has died this week, authorities said.