President Trump turned his ire to the World Health Organization, threatening to pull U.S. funding after blaming the organization for the coronavirus' global spread.
At the stroke of midnight, the city celebrated "liberation" from its lockdown and honored frontline workers in a light show.
Nearly 2,000 Americans died of the coronavirus within 24 hours, the highest single-day death toll by far. In New York alone, around 730 people died in one day.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to wreak havoc across the country and the globe, "CBS This Morning" is taking a moment to remember some of the people who have been lost to the disease.
As the coronavirus spreads across the country and around the world, "CBS This Morning's" special, "Coronavirus: The Race to Respond," addresses critical information on how the virus is being tracked and treated.
Our series aims to show what unites us as Americans is far stronger than what divides us
President Trump criticized the World Health Organization in a Tuesday task force briefing, blaming the agency for not providing better warnings ahead of the pandemic
Prine, once called "the Mark Twain of American songwriting," received a lifetime Grammy achievement award earlier this year.
At least five employees at supermarket chains across the country have died as a result of being on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic as essential workers.
Quest Diagnostics tells CBS News it is still working to clear 80,000 tests it is behind on, down from 160,000 nearly two weeks prior.
Wednesday evening, Jewish people across the country and around the world will celebrate Passover, but social distancing is forcing millions of Americans to find new ways to connect.
Professor Laurie Santos, who created the most popular class at Yale University, "Psychology and the Good Life," joins "CBS This Morning" with tips for people who may be feeling stressed and anxious.
"This is why we were put on the planet, to connect people," Tony Award-winner Brian Stokes Mitchell told CBS News' Dr. Jon LaPook.
Oprah Winfrey announced "Hidden Valley Road: Inside the Mind of an American Family" by Robert Kolker as her new book club selection on "CBS This Morning."
Demographic data on those infected or killed by coronavirus indicates that, because of underlying conditions, a higher percentage of those afflicted are African Americans.