Large majorities of both Republicans and Democrats say they are uncomfortable with going to the polls as the COVID-19 outbreak continues to spread.
Some of the nation's biggest banks put off the loan process Friday, apparently waiting for final rules and word on the necessary documentation.
The International Monetary Fund and World Health Organization say governments need to concentrate on controlling the virus, not short-term job prospects.
The Navy has a list of 49 conditions it won;'t allow on the USNS Comfort or Mercy, docked at New York and Los Angeles.
Trump invoked the Defense Production Act Thursday to boost the number of masks available in the U.S. to fight coronavirus.
Knowing who has antibodies to the virus could lead to collection of plasma to treat sick patients.
Doctors reportedly finding coronavirus tests are accurate only 70% of the time, meaning one in three people testing negative could be spreading the disease further.
“Where there's money there's also frequently mischief" -- House Speaker Nancy Pelosi
The seizures were in New York and New Jersey. Officials said it was the first of a number of coming enforcement actions by the Hoarding and Price Gouging Task Force.
McConnell says he's concerned about the pressure the emergency relief packages have put on the U.S. budget, which already was in deficit.
The medical examiner is looking for space for 1,000 bodies. The morgue can only hold 285.
The president says it will boost the restaurant industry even though the meal deduction was not changed by the 2017 tax bill.
The study found workplace parity could add $28 trillion to global GDP -- $5.1 trillion in Western Europe and $4.3 trillion in the United States.
A special enrollment period had been under consideration, and it was unclear why the administration decided against it.
Coronavirus has caused a precipitous drop in both oil demand and prices.
The Trump Organization announced plans to sell the lease of Trump International Hotel in October.
The FIMA Repo Facility takes effect April 6 and will last six months.
The World Economic Forum says the U.S. is 30 years behind in infrastructure investments.
Economist Diane Swonk said true picture likely not to emerge until April.
The investment banking giant also predicted a strong recovery in the third quarter.