Drastic measures were taken on Friday as two of the nation's biggest states joined a third in ordering all non-essential workers to stay home.
Italy reported 627 coronavirus deaths in one day, making it not only the deadliest for the country, but the deadliest day worldwide since the pandemic began.
On Friday, fans were able to watch performances by Hozier, One Republic, and Erykah Badu thanks to virtual concerts the artists are holding while social distancing.
While millions of Americans are confined to their homes, many abroad are looking for a way to get back home as more countries, including the U.S., shut borders in an effort to contain the coronavirus.
As the coronavirus spreads across the country and around the world, "CBS This Morning's" special, "Coronavirus: The Race to Respond," addresses critical information on how the virus is being tracked and treated.
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Rogers, best known for his song “The Gambler,” sold tens of millions of records.
Capitol Hill lawmakers are racing to pass a trillion-dollar coronavirus economic relief package that could send direct payments to millions.
On Friday, Attorney General William Barr urged the public to report coronavirus-related scams, many of which have been popping up online to take advantage of public fear and misinformation.
The Dow and NASDAQ’s Friday closing numbers marked the end of U.S. markets’ worst week since the 2008 financial crisis.
While people over 80 appear to be at greatest risk from COVID-19, some at the opposite end of the age spectrum are also vulnerable.
In a special “Saturday Sessions” practicing social distancing, McArthur Genius Grant and Grammy Award-winner Chris Thile performs from The Bridge Studio in Brooklyn, New York.
The coronavirus crisis has upended the restaurant industry’s hopeful projections for a record $900 billion year.
While all sporting events have been canceled in the United States amid the coronavirus outbreak, questions surround the viability of the Tokyo Olympics.
FEMA Administrator Peter Gaynor said he has several priorities including supply chain management.
More than 79,000 thousand people worldwide have recovered from coronavirus, according to experts at Johns Hopkins University.