Texas Tightens Rules on Neighboring Louisiana Over Virus
Gov. Abbott said Sunday that state troops will patrol highway entry points near the Louisiana border and require “everyone stopped" to self-isolate.
Potential coronavirus treatment granted rare disease status
The pharmaceutical giant that makes a promising coronavirus drug has registered it as a rare disease treatment with U.S. regulators.
As Crisis Deepens, Congressional Rescue Deal Teeters
Just as President Trump began a press breifing, the Senate was voting against advancing the rescue package. But negotiations are continuing on Capitol Hill.
Trump Wants Quick Checks Sent to Public in Virus Response
President Donald Trump is asking Congress to unleash a torrent of emergency economic aid to help people through the financial storm of the coronavirus crisis.
Cowboys Put Tag on Prescott, Clock Ticks on Deal With Cooper
The move secures the rights to Prescott for an estimated $31.5 million while the Cowboys and Prescott's representatives keep working on a long-term deal.
U.S. Airlines Seek Billions in Aid From Federal Government
They're asking the federal government for financial relief that could easily top $50 billion to help them recover from a downturn in travel due to COVID-19.
Coronavirus Vaccine Test Opens With 1st Doses
U.S. researchers have given a healthy volunteer the first shot of an experimental coronavirus vaccine as anxiously awaited testing opens.
Most Coronavirus Patients Recover, Still Anxiety, Fear Loom
Despite the global fears of coronavirus, more than 60,000 people who contracted the disease have recovered.
Texas Man Sent to Prison for Chaining, Raping Girl
A Texas man has been sentenced to 35 years in prison for abducting a 16-year-old girl and chaining her to a room in an abandoned apartment.
Energy Conference in Houston Canceled Amid COVID-19 Concerns
The CERAWeek conference is typically attended by more than 4,000 individuals, including energy industry executives, political leaders and reporters.