FDA wants heartburn meds off the market due to contamination
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is telling drugmakers to immediately pull a type of heartburn drug off the market due to contamination with a chemical that may cause cancer.
The Latest: Wolf expands stay-at-home order for Pennsylvania
As the number of coronavirus deaths continues to surge in the United States, officials are warning the disease could kill between 100,000 and 240,000 Americans, even if people continue to stay home and limit their contact with others.
Volunteers fill gaps amid UK pandemic lockdown
Britain is in the process of mobilizing around 750,000 volunteers to help vulnerable people after the government ordered a nationwide lockdown to slow the spread of COVID-19.
Reporting for duty: Airline crew sign up to help hospitals
Airlines are looking to retrain laid-off cabin crew staff as medical workers to help in hospitals currently overwhelmed by the coronavirus pandemic.
April 1, rent's due: Many struggle to pay in virus outbreak
It's the first of the month, and rent is due for millions of Americans for the first time since the coronavirus outbreak turned the economy upside down.
WarnerMedia names former Hulu chief Jason Kilar CEO
Jason Kilar, the founding chief executive of Hulu and a former Amazon senior vice president, has been named CEO of WarnerMedia, the company announced Wednesday.
Finances hurting? Watch 'Let's Make a Deal'
Instead of watching their own finances crumble, shut-in television viewers tuned in to the game show “Let’s Make a Deal” in record numbers last week.
Trump rollback of mileage standards guts climate change push
One of the key initiatives aimed at battling climate change is on the verge of being gutted by the Trump administration.
Businesses may get COVID-19 relief loans as soon as Friday
Small businesses seeking loans through the government's $2 trillion coronavirus relief package could receive money as soon as Friday.
Urgent question from small businesses: When will aid arrive?
When will the money arrive.
Stocks skid worldwide as coronavirus infections keep soaring
Asian shares are mostly lower as worries about economic damage from the coronavirus pandemic grow.
Virus spreads and car sales, energy prices, markets tumble
President Donald Trump said he has spoken with Russian President Vladimir Putin and with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, urging them to end an oil price war that has pulled U.S. benchmark crude down to about $20 a barrel.
Sprint and T-Mobile merge, creating new wireless giant
Mobile carrier T-Mobile has completed its takeover of smaller rival Sprint, creating a new wireless giant that rivals AT&T and Verizon in size.
Coast Guard: Cruise ships must stay at sea with sick onboard
The U.S. Coast Guard has directed all cruise ships to remain at sea where they may be sequestered “indefinitely" and be prepared to send any ill passengers to the countries where the vessels are registered due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Viral virus briefing: Where science meets all things Trump
You could say the White House virus briefings have gone viral.
Early divisions as Congress weighs next help for economy
The bipartisan partnership that propelled a $2.2 trillion economic rescue package through Congress just days ago is already showing signs of strain.
What you need to do to get your government stimulus check
The IRS and the Treasury Department say Americans will start receiving their economic impact checks in the next three weeks.
Mercedes has worst Takata air bag recall completion rate
Mercedes is the laggard when it comes to recalling dangerous Takata air bag inflators.
China's Huawei warns more US pressure may spur retaliation
Chinese tech giant Huawei says its 2019 sales rose 19% over a year earlier despite U.S. sanctions that hampered its smartphone and network equipment businesses.
Some Instacart, Amazon workers strike as jobs get riskier
The possibility of a strike by some Instacart workers highlights the impact of the coronavirus outbreak on the grocery delivery business, where workers are worried about their safety as they try to meet a surge in demand for online groceries.