The International Olympic Committee said the games will be held “not later than summer 2021” but they will still be called the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
First came the order to close up. Then the laying off of staff. Now small-business owners across the U.S. are bleeding cash and wading through paperwork to get financial assistance.
Top congressional and White House officials emerged from grueling negotiations at the Capitol over the $2 trillion coronavirus rescue package saying they expected to reach a deal Tuesday.
Excitement about treating the new coronavirus with malaria drugs is raising hopes. But the evidence that they may help is thin, and a run on the drugs is complicating access for people who need them for rheumatoid arthritis or lupus.
USA Gymnastics President Li Li Leung said Monday that a majority of senior national team members indicated in an anonymous survey that they would prefer the games be postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Dick Pound of Canada, the longest-serving International Olympic Committee member, told USA Today “postponement has been decided,” but the IOC gave no indication Monday that a delay was certain.
The move comes as doctors, nurses and hospitals across the country plead with federal officials to provide more critical medical supplies.
As in other states, tests are being reserved for health care workers and people with strong symptoms who have been in contact with someone who has tested positive.
The 1,005-room JW Marriott Indianapolis and 650-room Indianapolis Marriott Downtown closed Monday after they stopped taking reservations late Sunday.
Gov. Eric Holcomb is telling Hoosiers to “hunker down” and stay at home for the next two weeks, except for what’s deemed “essential” business and activity. The order raises a bunch of questions about how it will work and what’s allowed. Here are some answers to those questions.
The Federal Reserve did what it could to help financial markets and the economy Monday. But investors are still waiting for Congress and the White House to do the same.
His decision—announced in a Statehouse address streamed online—follows in the footsteps of a handful of other governors across the country, including three of Indiana’s neighboring states: Michigan, Illinois and Ohio.
The central bank’s all-out effort has now gone beyond even the extraordinary drive it made to rescue the economy from the 2008 financial crisis. Financial markets sharply reversed themselves after the announcement.
Michigan is joining at least eight other states nationally including two of the three states neighboring Indiana. Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb has an announcement about the pandemic scheduled for noon Monday but has not disclosed the purpose.
The Indiana State Department of Health on Monday morning said 58 more cases were confirmed over the past 24 hours.
Indianapolis International Airport’s budget is bound to take a hit from a major decrease in passengers during the COVID-19 pandemic, but airport officials say they have made preparations for economic disruption.
California, New York, Illinois, New Jersey, Connecticut and Louisiana also have issued similar orders.
Top-level negotiations between Congress and the White House churned into the night Sunday over a now nearly $2 trillion economic rescue package. The draft aid bill was declared insufficient by Democrats, who argued it was tilted toward corporations.
Virtual care has long been touted as a way to get help quickly instead of waiting days to see a doctor, yet Americans have been slow to embrace it. There are signs that may be changing because of COVID-19.
Traders went into full retreat Friday afternoon out of fear that the coronavirus will plunge the United States and other major economies into deep recessions.