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President Trump tells Americans to "relax" with stockpiling supplies as communities around the country continue to encourage social distancing amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The Federal Reserve cut interest rates to zero on Sunday and launched a massive $700 billion quantitative easing program in response to the COVID-19 virus.
Dr. Leana Wen reacts to Rep. Devin Nunes' appearance on Fox News, where the congressman urged people, if they are healthy, to go to local restaurants with their families.
Dr. Lipi Roy from NYU Langone answers a viewer question: why is everyone buying toilet paper amidst the COVID-19 outbreak?
Virologist Dr. Joseph Fair answers a question submitted from an MSNBC viewer: what will have to happen for the US to return to some kind of normalcy?
CNBC's Sharon Epperson answers a viewer question about what people can do in regards to their 401k during the coronavirus pandemic and its effect on the financial markets.
Several American sports leagues have suspended play amidst the coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak. Mike Tirico joins Alex Witt to discuss how the pandemic will affect American based sports and the Olympics.
Donald Trump’s coronavirus response is analyzed by healthcare experts who are concerned that the United States does not have the apparatus in place to adequately combat the coronavirus outbreak.
The Coronavirus outbreak may hurt Democratic primary voter turnout as the race between frontrunner Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders continues. Joy Reid and her panel discuss Sunday’s Democratic debate and more.
Stephen Levin, a New York City council member, joins Alex Witt to discuss the possibility of a shutdown in New York City amidst the COVID-19 outbreak.
Infectious disease expert Michael Osterholm discusses how long North America may be dealing with the coronavirus epidemic.
Coronavirus coverage on Fox News is false and misleading, experts say. Joy Reid and her panel discuss the impact this could have on the largely older Fox News audience, which could therefore be more susceptible to the coronavirus.
Price gouging due to the coronavirus is a large concern of lawmakers according to Rep. Joe Neguse (D-CO), who tells Joy Reid that Americans are urged to, ‘be kind to each other in this moment when we are facing some unique challenges.’
How long can COVID-19 coronavirus stay "alive" airborne droplets? Professor Anne Rimoin from UCLA's School of Public Health answers.
Amid the coronavirus crisis, President Donald Trump says he is strongly considering "a full pardon" for his former national security adviser, Michael Flynn. The statement came via Twitter.
Among all registered voters, Joe Biden leads President Donald Trump in a head-to-head contest, according to a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll. In a hypothetical one-on-one general election contest, 52 percent of all voters say they would choose
Donald Trump’s government ‘simply failed’ to deliver the needed coronavirus tests Rep. Katie Porter (D-CA) tells Joy Reid adding, ‘…the promise that the CDC director made, [is] that regardless of insurance, the government will pay any additional cost
Amid the coronavirus crisis, Rev. Al Sharpton reminds viewers to put action behind their prayers of relief as President Trump calls for a National Day of Prayer.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo breaks down New York state's hospital capacity during a briefing in Albany, N.Y., and his hope to bring in more resources for coronavirus patients.