President says U.S. likely still 2 weeks from COVID-19 "peak" as New York governor warns it's spreading "like fire through dry grass" in nursing homes.
They'll now be in place until at least April 30. The number of U.S. cases has passed 142,000 and the death toll is nearing 2,500.
Governor Andrew Cuomo said the Javits Center in Manhattan is being transformed into a hospital with 1,000 beds.
All were called to a domestic violence scene. The other two are expected to live. The suspect was shot by police who got into the home, where he'd hole up.
Some African basketball players are being drawn to the U.S. with promises of education and opportunity, only to have the rug pulled out from under them when they step off the plane. Jon Wertheim investigates.
The coronavirus pandemic has hit America's farmers from Texas to Minnesota. They already have been facing financial hardships, worsened by a trade war and labor shortages. Mireya Villarreal reports.
As the coronavirus pandemic slams New York City, Mount Sinai Hospital and Sanitarian's Purse are setting up a tent hospital in Central Park. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio gives an update on how the city's emergency system and health system are handling the crisis.