Police took into custody the man who dialed 911 to report five people had been shot to death inside a Milwaukee home on Monday. Milwaukee Police Chief Alfonso Morales said during a brief news conference that when
For the first time this month, New York’s daily death toll from COVID-19 has dropped below 400. Speaking at his briefing Sunday, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said that 367 New Yorkers died from the respiratory illness
A Louisiana pastor has broken house arrest by hosting a large gathering of congregants for a Sunday service, in defiance of orders to stay at home to limit the impact of the coronavirus. Pastor Tony Spell of
At least six people died in Oklahoma, Texas and Louisiana after sever weather and storms hit those regions on Thursday. Additionally, more than 100,000 customers from Texas to Mississippi were without power after the severe weather moved
A New York City firefighter and his wife lost their 4-month-old daughter to the coronavirus, the family said. Jay-Natalie La Santa died on Monday, nearly a month after she was rushed to the hospital with a fever.
The Trump administration announced a plan on Wednesday to start paying hospitals and doctors who care for uninsured patients with COVID-19. Under the approach detailed by Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar, hospitals and doctors would
Two cats from New York state are the first pets in the United States to have tested positive for the virus that is causing the worldwide pandemic, the Agriculture Department and the Centers for Disease Control announced
Georgia, Tennessee and South Carolina have announced plans to reopen some businesses by May 1 or earlier after they were closed to stem the spread of coronavirus. Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp announced that barbershops, bowling alleys, gyms
The Food and Drug Administration announced Tuesday that it has approved the first authorized at-home coronavirus test. The test will be made available first to health care workers and first responders, and is expected to go on
Walt Disney Co., the world’s largest entertainment company, will be furloughing more than 100,000 employees this week. It was reported Monday that the move makes nearly half its workforce eligible for unemployment while still protecting executive bonuses.