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Here's the latest news about the coronavirus pandemic outbreak around the world and COVID-19, the disease it causes.
The US has the world's largest reported COVID-19 outbreak, with New York at its epicenter. Italy has the highest reported death count.
Recent research shows that the coronavirus lives longest on glass, paper money, and the outside of surgical masks.
A timeline of how years of missteps and budget cuts undermined the Trump administration’s preparedness for COVID-19
The damage began years ago, as the Trump administration cut funding for public health programs, ignored warnings, and later downplayed the risk.
About 95% of Americans have been ordered to stay at home. This map shows which cities and states are under lockdown.
Forty-two states are under stay-at-home orders designed to keep people apart. Even more have closed nonessential businesses.
Terrified truckers have no idea how they’ll get home if they catch COVID-19 on the road — and major trucking companies don’t either
We contacted 11 of the largest public trucking companies to ask how they will help sick drivers. Few supplied concrete polices.
Temperatures in the US have fluctuated in the spring since NOAA began keep record in 1895. Here are the coldest spring temperatures by state.
One chart shows where daily coronavirus cases have surged over time, as the UK and US become the pandemic’s new epicenters
The bulk of new cases were diagnosed and reported on Monday in the US (33,510), Spain (6,023), and the UK (5,903).
A top New York surgeon’s coronavirus dispatches reveal sacrifice and resolve at the epicenter of the pandemic
"We are hurtling into weeks predicted to be our worst." Read Dr. Craig Smith's letters from the coronavirus front lines.
The US is home to almost 500,000 independent restaurants. Here’s exactly what their owners are saying they will need in order to survive the ...
More than 110,000 US restaurants are expected to shutter in the next month in a "restaurant apocalypse" as the industry takes a $225 billion hit.