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Stunning projection: Trump concedes US coronavirus death toll could be 100,000 or more
President Donald Trump acknowledged Sunday for the first time that deaths in the United States from coronavirus could reach 100,000 or more, adding that if the death toll stays at or below 100,000, "we all together have done a very good job."
Tracking the pandemic: Coronavirus cases in the US
Don Lemon: This virus does not care what you believe
CNN's Don Lemon urges people of all religious denominations to adhere to official social distancing guidelines as the coronavirus pandemic continues to ravage the United States.
Opinion: Donald Trump's special day
When Donald Trump was growing up in the New York of the 1950s, Easter was a grand civic festival as well as a religious holiday. He was eight in 1955, when a balmy day brought out about two million people for the Easter Parade along and around Fifth Avenue. "Hats were large, small, sensible, silly, be-flowered, tailored, and of virtually every hue ever conceived by nature or man," wrote Edith Evans Asbury in the New York Times.
Watch: Trump berates reporter for 'threatening' question
During a coronavirus task force briefing, President Trump interrupts PBS reporter Yamiche Alcindor after she asks about his previous claim that governors don't need all of the equipment they are requesting to fight the pandemic.
Analysis: How long will Trump's poll surge last?
The 2020 race, publicly at least, has largely halted as the country battles the coronavirus pandemic. Former Vice President Joe Biden and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders are off the campaign trail. As is President Donald Trump, although his daily coronavirus task force briefings have begun to resemble campaign events.
Podcast: Bill Gates sounded the alarm
A breakdown of false and misleading statements at Trump's Rose Garden briefing
President Donald Trump has made numerous false and misleading statements at the near-daily White House coronavirus briefings.
Trump spars with CNN reporter when confronted with past remarks
CNN's Jeremy Diamond presses President Donald Trump after he denied instructing Vice President Mike Pence to not call governors he felt were being unappreciative of federal assistance during the coronavirus crisis, despite video evidence to the contrary.
Exclusive: DOJ reviews stock trades by lawmakers after coronavirus briefings
The Justice Department has started to probe a series of stock transactions made by lawmakers ahead of the sharp market downturn stemming from the spread of coronavirus, according to two people familiar with the matter.
New York coronavirus deaths pass 960 as New Rochelle's 'Patient Zero' goes home
The mammoth fight against coronavirus in New York intensified Sunday as the state grappled with over 59,000 cases and at least 965 deaths.
Fauci says Trump agreed not to invoke a strict quarantine after intensive discussions
Dr. Anthony Fauci said Sunday that President Donald Trump decided not to impose a strict quarantine on parts of the New York, New Jersey and Connecticut after officials had "very intensive discussions" at the White House with the President last night.
Tapper to GOP gov.: Does your state think this is a hoax?
CNN's Jake Tapper speaks with Gov. Pete Ricketts (R-NE) about Nebraska's battle with the coronavirus outbreak as well as President Trump's response to the pandemic.
Trump admin sent medical gear to China while he minimized the virus threat to US
Our doctors and nurses are in desperate need of masks, gloves and other personal protective equipment (PPE) to protect themselves from contracting the coronavirus while treating those who are ill. Some of them are trying to find it on eBay while others are pleading for help on social media.
9 takeaways from Tapper's interviews with Pelosi, Fauci, de Blasio and more
The Speaker of the House of Representatives, the nation's top infectious disease expert, the mayor of America's largest city and three sitting governors joined Jake Tapper on CNN's "State of the Union" on Sunday morning.
Opinion: The alarming message of Louisiana's spike in Covid-19 cases
The explosion of cases in New Orleans, Louisiana, has caught the attention of Covid watchers and doomsayers across the country. Less than two weeks ago, the Crescent City recorded less than 100 cases. By March 29 the number of infections in Orleans Parish reached 1,350, with 73 deaths. The fatalities per capita rivals that of New York City.
A 33-year-old member of this governor's staff died of coronavirus complications
A 33-year-old member of Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards' staff has died due to complications from coronavirus.
Opera legend Plácido Domingo hospitalized with coronavirus
Opera legend Placido Domingo has been hospitalized in Acapulco, Mexico, with complications related to coronavirus, according to the singer's spokesperson.
Singer-songwriter John Prine critically ill with coronavirus
Musician John Prine is in a critical condition in hospital after a "sudden onset" of coronavirus symptoms, his family says.
CBS journalist Maria Mercader dies at 54 of coronavirus
CBS News producer and talent executive Maria Mercader died of Covid-19 in New York Sunday, CBS said. She was 54.
Country music star Joe Diffie dies of complications from coronavirus
Joe Diffie, a country music singer known for his lighthearted odes to country life that reached mainstream success in the 1990s, died Sunday from complications of coronavirus, his publicist said in a news release.
Trump says US will not pay for Prince Harry and Meghan's security. They say they don't need the help
President Donald Trump said Sunday that the United States would not pay to protect Prince Harry and his wife Meghan if they move to the US, but the Duke and Duchess say they're not asking for any help.
CFO of financial services company dies of coronavirus complications
The chief financial officer of Jefferies Group LLC, Peregrine "Peg" Broadbent, has died from coronavirus complications, the company said in a statement Sunday.
Bill Gates' prediction for when coronavirus cases will peak in US
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation co-founder Bill Gates says that the US should shutdown the entire country for a short period of time to control the spread of the coronavirus and predicts that the number of cases will peak in late April.
Armed neighbors block man's driveway with tree to force him into quarantine
A Maine man said armed neighbors descended on his home and chopped down a tree to block his road and prevent him from leaving because they believed he may have coronavirus.
'Today' show host breaks down on air
'Today' show co-host Hoda Kotb broke down on air after interviewing New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees about his $5 million donation to the state of Louisiana amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
Amazon workers to stage a walkout Monday, demanding closure of Staten Island facility
Amazon employees at the company's Staten Island, New York, facility plan to walk off the job Monday amid allegations the online retail giant has mishandled its response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Treasury Secretary says expect stimulus checks to be direct deposited within 3 weeks
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Sunday that Americans could expect checks from the historic $2 trillion stimulus bill to be direct deposited in their accounts within three weeks.
Beware stimulus check scams
The federal government hasn't issued a single stimulus check yet, but scammers are already trying to steal the money from Americans.
Walmart employee says she's scared of not going to work. See VP's reaction.
Walmart VP Dan Bartlett responds to an opinion piece written by one of the company's employees where she wrote about her fear of contracting coronavirus and how it might affect her financially.
US stock futures down, pointing to another wild week on Wall Street
US stock futures were lower Sunday night, continuing to give up gains from last week's historic rally that came to a halt on Friday.
Unemployment claims soar due to coronavirus
Weekly jobless claims in the United States spiked as the coronavirus pandemic is costing many people their jobs. CNN's Christine Romans says it's moved from a "stock market crash to a job market crash."
Opinion: The stimulus bill includes a tax break for the 1%
We face a frightening pandemic. More than 100,000 American have been infected with Covid-19, while tens of millions more continue to shelter at home. Meanwhile, the markets are crashing.
I caught the last flight to propose to my girlfriend on the other side of the world
Stay in Cairo with family or catch the last flight to Canada to be with my love. I needed to decide quickly but feared that traveling during this pandemic was the equivalent of suicide, or worse, murder.
Mom-and-pop restaurants forced to close have new customers: the homeless
Behind the headlines of poverty and grit, Detroit has sprouted a surprisingly vibrant food scene.
Busch is giving 3 months' worth of beer to people who adopt or foster a dog during coronavirus crisis
Nothing beats the company of man's best friend as you self-isolate during the coronavirus outbreak. But an ice-cold beer, free at that, comes in at a close second.
Why the world's happiest countries are better prepared for a pandemic
For Samuel Kopperoinen, living in the world's happiest country during the coronavirus pandemic isn't about short-term happiness.
Quarantine Together is a dating app for these times
If there has ever been a weird time to date, this is it.
FDA authorizes 15-minute coronavirus test
Federal health officials on Friday approved a coronavirus test that can provide results in less than 15 minutes, using the same technology that powers some rapid flu tests.
Instacart makes more changes ahead of planned worker strike
As some Instacart workers prepare to strike Monday, the company is making more updates in a bid to appease them.
Comedian's video takes 'loving jab' at social distancing complainers
Comedian Randy Rainbow joins CNN to talk about the inspiration behind his satirical social distancing music video.
Governor says shipments of supplies 'canceled' or 'delayed' and sent to federal government
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer said in an interview Friday that her state is not getting the health and safety equipment needed to fight the spread of the novel coronavirus because contractors are sending their products to the federal government first.
John Callahan of TV show 'All My Children' dead at 66
Actor John Callahan died at the age of 66, his ex-wife Eva LaRue announced on Instagram Saturday.
Golf legend's home destroyed by fire
Golf legend Davis Love III lost his family home to a massive fire early Friday morning.
Bison hilariously interrupt reporter's stand up
A Montana television reporter was filming at Yellowstone National Park when he saw a herd of bison approaching.
'Tiger King:' Where are they now?
If you haven't watched "Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness," don't look to us to try and recap it for you.
Kim and Kourtney Kardashian melee leaves fans shocked
Things took a dramatic turn during the Season 18 premiere of "Keeping Up With The Kardashians."
Watch puppies run wild at empty aquarium
Adoptable puppies from the Atlanta Humane Society explore the Georgia Aquarium as it remains closed to the public due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The game-changing typeface made to go unnoticed
Even if you've never heard of it, Helvetica has been part of your life. This typeface is, very literally, everywhere: computer screens, billboards, buildings, street signs and posters.
Dyson is making 15,000 ventilators to fight the pandemic
Dyson has received an order from the UK government for 10,000 ventilators to support efforts by the country's National Health Service to treat coronavirus patients.
She brought her company from the brink of bankruptcy to the top of its game
Five years ago, chip maker AMD was bleeding money, laden with debt and staring down a potential bankruptcy. Then, Lisa Su took the helm.
Zoom's 'overnight success' took 9 years
When you think of a social network, you probably imagine news feeds, birthday reminders and baby photos. But the social network of the moment -- the one that's currently getting more app downloads than either Snapchat or TikTok -- looks a little different: It's a videoconferencing service called Zoom, where many peoples' work and social lives now unfold.
Now I finally understand what my grandparents knew
Doctor: I am a soldier in this battle, and I am scared
"I am very scared," my patient said, as my heart raced. She wasn't the only one.
Why America has world's most Covid-19 cases
On Thursday, we hit a grim watershed. The US overtook Italy and China as the country with the highest number of confirmed Covid-19 cases. This is a dire crisis and an extraordinary failure of President Donald Trump. Americans are suffering and dying because the Trump administration failed to act quickly and decisively to prevent the virus' spread. The US has now seen about 1,195 deaths and the number is rising rapidly.
Abortion is a human right. A pandemic doesn't change that
Access to abortion is an essential service and a fundamental human right. Period. The denial of it, including in times of global crisis like the Covid-19 pandemic, constitutes cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment.
The Covid-19 culprit is us, not pangolins
Early in the SARS outbreak, some 17 years ago, I was in Beijing and Guangzhou with an international team of scientists assembled by the World Health Organization. In live animal markets, the civet cat was a commodity.
Women trailblazers who inspire us now
In 2020, Women's History Month comes amid a time of social upheaval and global fear over the coronavirus pandemic and resulting political turmoil. While for many the 2020 presidential race is now an afterthought, this Women's History Month does also mark the departure of the last remaining women candidates from the 2020 presidential field -- during an election year that also marks the centennial of women's suffrage.
Cristiano Ronaldo and Juventus squad give up $100 million in wages amid coronavirus outbreak
With football on hold across the world, Juventus' first-team squad and coach Maurizio Sarri have agreed to give up four months' wages to help the club manage the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Hong Kong asked domestic workers to stay in to stop coronavirus spread. But many got infected by their employers
When the coronavirus outbreak reached Hong Kong, domestic worker Jinkie Alhambra followed guidance from the government and stayed home on her day off.
Will military lockdowns spare the Middle East?
Curfews and lockdowns are in effect on hundreds of millions of people in the Middle East, but how effective are they in the fight against coronavirus?
Her husband died. Then his family shaved her head and made her strip beside his grave
State Department says it's retrieved over 18,000 US citizens stranded abroad amid coronavirus pandemic
The US State Department has repatriated more than 18,000 Americans who had been stuck abroad amid the novel coronavirus pandemic.
These NYU students want tuition reimbursement. Their dean said no refunds, offering a dance video of herself instead
This month, New York University, like many colleges and universities across the country, announced it would transfer to remote classes as the coronavirus epidemic spreads.
Tornado rips through Arkansas city
A tornado ripped through Jonesboro, Arkansas, injuring six people and leaving a trail of flattened homes and buildings.
Four 'older' guests died on cruise ship where 2 people tested positive for coronavirus
At least four "older guests" have died on the Holland America cruise ship Zaandam, where two individuals have tested positive for the coronavirus, the cruise line said in a Friday news release.
Archaeology student makes 'unbelievable' discovery at monastery
Italian archaeologist Vittoria Dall'Armellina was a PhD student at Ca' Foscari University in 2017 when she visited the Saint Lazarus monastery.
The photographer who captured Hollywood's last wild decade
It isn't unusual for a Hollywood native like Randall Slavin to grow up wanting to be an actor.
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