CNN's Wolf Blitzer says thank you to the doctors, nurses and essential workers fighting the coronavirus pandemic.
A man is arrested, accused of fatally hitting a woman and her dog while speeding down a neighborhood in Des Moines.
Nadia, a 4-year-old female Malayan tiger, has tested positive for the coronavirus and is expected to recover, according to the US Department of Agriculture and Wildlife Conservation Society's Bronx Zoo.
CNN's Miguel Marquez goes inside an emergency room at the forefront of the coronavirus pandemic to show what the healthcare workers are up against.
Dr. Patrice Harris, President of The American Medical Association, says she would not prescribe hydroxychloroquine to anyone after President Donald Trump doubled on the use of drug, despite no evidence the drug is effective and safe for preventing or treating the coronavirus.
Officials from an animal sanctuary in Colorado fear that animals like those featured in the Netflix documentary series "Tiger King," may be at risk as private zoos close due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Artist Lemi talks about life and inspiration while taking us around his art-filled work space.
President Trump told reporters during a White House coronavirus task force briefing that the USNS Comfort, docked in New York, could be used for coronavirus patients if needed. The ship was originally designated as a space for non-coronavirus patients.
Evening news briefing from CNN on Sunday, April 5.
Some doctors and nurses have been warned not to speak about the Covid-19 pandemic without authorization. Dr. Nisha Mehta is hearing from them through a Facebook group. "I've got physicians calling me saying I don't know if I'll ever see my child again," she says. "We're scared for our own he…
New York Times reporter Sarah Maslin Nir recounts how she contracted the virus while on assignment covering the outbreak in New Rochelle, New York. "I wanted to keep going out into the field to keep reporting for the American public," she says. But she is now at home, recovering and quarantining.
Oliver Darcy discusses the parallels between Fox's talking points about the pandemic and President Trump's public remarks. Trump's "misleading" claims and ideas "that may be giving false hope" often emanate from TV and radio, Darcy says. Susan Glasser also weighs in.
Washington Post executive editor Marty Baron tells Brian Stelter that the free press must "hold powerful officials accountable." The Post's new review of the federal government's response to the pandemic "found that the government had failed all along the way," Baron says. "Everything stems …
Gregg Gonsalves says TV networks should stop airing White House briefings when the president spreads misinformation. Susan Glasser says it is a difficult decision, but journalists "have an enormous responsibility to bear witness."
"It's been a colossal management and leadership failure," remarks Gregg Gonsalves of the Yale School of Medicine. "As somebody who watched the AIDS epidemic unfold in this country, I recognize it as a political crisis first and foremost," he says.
Tom Dempsey, a journeyman NFL kicker who despite missing the toes on his right foot set a field goal record that stood for more than four decades, has died of coronavirus, according to reports.
Zoom founder and CEO Eric Yuan responds to concerns about the privacy and security of its video conferencing app after federal officials are now warning of "Zoombombing."
The US surgeon general said this week is going to be the "hardest and the saddest" for "most Americans' lives," describing the upcoming grim period of the coronavirus pandemic in the United States as a "Pearl Harbor moment" and a "9/11 moment."
One Arizona woman found a creative way to get around isolation during the coronavirus epidemic. CNN affiliates KPHO and KTVK report.
CNN's Brian Stelter pushes back on multiple claims made by President Trump during his coronavirus task force briefings.
Three-time Olympian Lolo Jones just crushed Jake Gyllenhaal and Tom Holland in their own social media challenge.
As the Covid-19 pandemic has spread across the US, the Trump administration has made promises to calm the growing panic among Americans. Here's the reality of those statements.