Here's what the $484 billion coronavirus stimulus bill means for hospitals, doctors, and researchers
Hospitals and medical practices are getting more money in the latest round of stimulus funding. The bill also sets widespread testing in motion.
President Donald Trump initially tweeted about the order on Monday and then clarified on Tuesday that the ban would be in effect for 60 days.
Georgia's governor hit with wave of backlash over plans to begin reopening the state's economy on Friday
The World Health Organization warned against premature returns to daily life without thorough contact tracing.
Senate passes $480 billion package to expand funding for small-business loans and testing. The bill now moves to the House.
The $450 billion deal allocates more funding for testing, hospitals, and small businesses. A Senate vote is expected at 4 p.m.
CDC director says a 2nd wave of coronavirus in the winter could hit the US harder than the current outbreak
CDC Director Robert Redfield said a second wave of COVID-19 coinciding with the regular flu season could be disastrous for hospitals.
Cuomo says New York will make reopening decisions region by region as the state looks to restart its economy
Cuomo also said hospitals in low-risk areas will be able to resume outpatient treatment for elective surgeries.
The Senate just passed a $484 billion coronavirus stimulus bill. Here's what's in it for small businesses, hospitals, and the public.
The latest coronavirus bill includes almost $500 billion, mostly for small businesses. There's also money for testing and healthcare providers.
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Here's the latest news about the coronavirus pandemic outbreak around the world and COVID-19, the disease it causes.
House Democrats propose allowing members to vote by proxy because of the coronavirus, but some Republicans oppose the plan
House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer wants to allow members to vote by proxy, meaning members who aren't able to travel could vote via someone else.
Apple and Google's new smartphone alert system for tracking the coronavirus could be 'alarming' for privacy, US senator warns
A US senator is demanding Apple and Google executives be held "personally liable" if they don't protect user privacy in new coronavirus tracking tech.
The IMF says governments should consider new wealth taxes to raise cash from the rich as coronavirus slams the global economy
In recent years, the IMF has shifted its focus from tax cuts and recommended policies aimed at reducing income inequality.
Eric Trump said the Trump International Hotel in Washington was up to date with its rent but looking into payment delays.
Joe Biden is almost $200 million behind Trump in 2020 fundraising but Democratic strategists say they aren't worried
Biden began April with $57.2 million cash on hand, while Trump had $244 million on hand — a nearly $187 million difference.
Gov. Henry McMaster is slowly reopening parts of South Carolina's economy, similar to Georgia and Florida, including nonessential stores.
Rumors of Kim Jong Un's mysterious illness are raising questions about his line of succession. This is his family tree.
Kim Jong Un's family dynasty has been in power in North Korea since 1948. Now that he's rumored to be gravely ill, it's unclear who would succeed him.
Some states are opening their economies back up less than a month after shutting them down. Here's a look inside the states preparing to open beaches, businesses, and bowling alleys even as the coronavirus continues to claim lives.
Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina are all beginning to reopen parts of their economies the same month they shut them down.
America's richest fast-food giants qualify for $10 million coronavirus stimulus loans, revealing a disturbing loophole in a program designed to help struggling small businesses
The program, intended to save struggling small business, included a loophole that allowed companies as large as McDonald's to get loans.
The Trump administration is seizing on the coronavirus pandemic to roll back business regulations as it pushes to reopen the economy
The White House is hoping to spark an economic comeback after almost 22 million Americans filed for unemployment over the last month.
One factory in Gaza laid off all 200 factory workers, but rehired them when they got an order for face masks from Israel.
Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick says 'there are more important things than living' to justify reopening the state's economy
"There are more important things than living, and that's saving this country for my children and my grandchildren," Patrick told Tucker Carlson.
Queen Elizabeth II turns 94 today and has reigned for more than 68 years.
The UK is running out of protective coronavirus equipment, but suppliers say the government is taking so long to respond to offers they've sent the supplies elsewhere
The UK government is accused of missing out on PPE by being too slow to respond to offers.
Trump wants to provide emergency aid for energy companies as a historic sell-off sends prices to record lows
Trump had previously promised the federal government would help revive an embattled oil and gas sector struggling with low prices.
'Bad news for everyone': How Kim Jong Un's demise could spark unrest and require a military response
Even if he isn't on his death bed, Kim does have health issues and his exit from the stage would create turmoil, experts say.
Nurses are protesting 'grossly inadequate and negligent' PPE and coronavirus testing while filing lawsuits against state officials and hospitals
"Don't call me a hero," a New York City nurse told Business Insider. "Instead, show your support by believing us when we say we need much more PPE."
Joe Biden said he'd pick Michelle Obama as his running mate 'in a heartbeat' but wouldn't commit to choosing a woman of color
Former Vice President Joe Biden said Monday his 2020 campaign was "just beginning the process" of selecting his running mate.
Trump's order suspending immigration will reportedly include exceptions for migrant farmworkers and healthcare workers
President Donald Trump's order suspending immigration should include exceptions for two major groups of essential workers: food and healthcare.
As his poll ratings tank, Trump is adapting his populist playbook to the coronavirus crisis in a desperate bid to save his presidency
President Donald Trump has long cast himself as the leader of a populist insurgency — and he's gambling on the tactic to see him through the crisis.
Queen Elizabeth II, the longest currently-reigning monarch, turns 94 on April 21, 2020. She's met with all but one US president since 1951.
A 36-year-old man in Nevada lost his job and his family's health insurance as the pandemic shuttered restaurants. Now, his wife's expecting a baby. Their story is becoming increasingly common in America.
Sumir Beaspal lost his job and his health insurance during the coronavirus pandemic. His wife is seven months pregnant and worried about healthcare.
Officials in Wisconsin link at least 7 coronavirus cases to in-person voting during the April 7 election
Milwaukee, which usually has 180 open polling locations, operated with just five on election day, creating hours-long lines to vote in some cases.
Billionaire Sheryl Sandberg calls for new laws to help Americans through the coronavirus, including mandating paid sick leave and finally fixing the gender wage gap
In an interview with Business Insider, the Facebook COO talked about collective grief during the pandemic and urged policy reform.
The UK is on course to break its pledge to carry out 100,000 daily coronavirus tests by a large margin
Just 19,316 tests were carried out as of Tuesday morning.
Italy's number of active coronavirus cases has fallen for the first time, 2 months after its devastating outbreak began
Italy, which became one of the world's worst-affected countries, has finally seen a drop in the number of active coronavirus cases.
Trump's abrupt decision to suspend immigration to the US was being pushed by Tucker Carlson on Fox News for weeks
President Donald Trump has often sought the advice of the Fox News host to shore up his support among conservative voters.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez deleted a tweet about the negative oil price that said, 'You absolutely love to see it'
The price of West Texas Intermediate crude oil went negative Monday. The coronavirus has frozen travel and manufacturing, leading to an oil surplus.
As lawmakers battle over who is responsible for testing, Harvard researchers say the US needs to test 20 million people a day to 'fully remobilize the economy'
The plan emphasized three integral components to reopen the US, including sufficient testing, the ability to trace cases, and supported isolation.
While executions fell globally, Saudi Arabia put more people to death than ever before, according to a report from Amnesty International.
Kim Jong Un was missing during one of North Korea's major holidays, and it has sparked questions about his health
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was previously reported missing in 2014. He reappeared six weeks later.
Trump claims that criticism of the US' testing capacity is 'mostly partisan' despite governors from both parties asking for more resources
"It's not accurate to say there's plenty of testing out there, and the governors should just get it done," Maryland's GOP Gov. Larry Hogan said Sunday.
'Sir, I got a lot of building to do': US Army general jokingly passes on Trump's offer to 'stay and watch' his coronavirus briefing
"So you can have a choice," Trump told the Army general. "You can stay and watch ... or you can go back to building."
Mike Bloomberg spent over $1 billion running for president — that's $23 million for each delegate he won
Monday's FEC filings showed Bloomberg's short-lived campaign ended up spending $1,047,623,103 of his own money.
Joe Biden's latest ad said Trump 'rolled over for the Chinese' on coronavirus, and people are calling it racist and xenophobic
Joe Biden's latest presidential campaign ad accuses President Trump of being soft on China vis-à-vis the pandemic. People are calling it xenophobic.
Marc Andreessen's essay on building things overlooks a key point, according to former presidential candidate Andrew Yang: 'Our biggest problems generally don't have market-based solutions'
Andrew Yang says the VC industry is not capable of fulfilling Marc Andreessen's mission to build solutions to the biggest problems.
Georgia to open gyms, nail salons, bowling alleys, and more on Friday, restaurants and movie theaters on Monday
Gov. Brian Kemp on Monday announced that gyms and barbershops could open Friday, with theaters and restaurants allowed to open on Monday.
Americans, including a plurality of Republicans, oppose the anti-lockdown protests taking place across the country
A YouGov and Yahoo News survey found that 60% of Americans oppose the protests compared to just 22% who support them.
One of 4 people overseeing a $500 billion corporate bailout fund lays out the risks of making no-strings-attached loans to mystery corporations — and warns of a full-on populist revolt
Bharat Ramamurti says the commission has a "major obligation to the public" to ensure loans don't enrich corporate executives.
Why the IRS website for checking on your $1,200 relief check might say 'payment status not available' — and what to do about it
Despite the issues, the IRS says that its website is working flawlessly — and that 6 million Americans have already been paid.
New Yorkers are now required to cover their faces in public, but the governor's executive order overlooks a penal code that says wearing masks counts as loitering
It's illegal to congregate in public places with others who have facial coverings, except at masquerades and entertainment events, the statute says.
NATO said that after Russian jets flew over a US warship, an F-16 fighter "conducted a professional intercept and left the scene."