Here are some of the existing drugs that may be repurposed to treat coronavirus
Pharmaceutical companies and research facilities are looking at a variety of existing drugs as treatment options for COVID-19. Here's a partial list.
U.S. women's tackle football team stuck in Honduras amid coronavirus lockdown
“We just want to get home to our families. We don’t know what tomorrow will bring,” one player said.
Video shows passenger defending Asian woman facing racism on subway
"You're Chinese, why did you bring corona to America?" a passenger asks a woman, prompting another rider to step in.
Lebanese judge denied release of Lebanese-American accused of torture during war
Amer Fakhoury was charged in February by a military judge with the murder and torture of inmates during Israel's 18-year occupation of southern...
Florida governor refuses to shut down beaches amid spread of coronavirus
Gov. Ron DeSantis said it "not uniform throughout the state that you’re seeing massive crowds at beaches," despite videos of gatherings in Tampa Bay.
Timeline: Trump administration's response to coronavirus
An examination of how the Trump administration responded to the coronavirus outbreak.
Employee at Sing Sing prison tests positive for coronavirus
"This is going to be absolutely catastrophic inside prisons, particularly with the U.S. having an aging population," said one advocate.
Latino groups slam Trump's failure to issue coronavirus guide in Spanish
"They have the right to expect the same information to protect their families, and doing so will help all of us," said Forward Latino's Darryl Morin.
Michael Cohen asks to finish prison sentence at home amid coronavirus outbreak
Citing close living quarters and other hygiene concerns, the president's former lawyer said the Bureau of Prisons was "incapable of safeguarding...
What the Fed rate cut means for your 401(k), mortgage, credit cards and more
Here's how the Federal Reserve rate cut affects your 401(k), retirement accounts, banking accounts, credit cards, mortgage and more.
Trump admin has discussed partially shutting southern U.S. border, says official
A senior official told NBC News the administration has already explored the possibility of partially shutting the Mexican border because of...
U.S. hospital association warns of ventilator shortage
"The best way not to overtax the health care system is to keep more people healthy."