"Although we need to anticipate that there would be 100 to 200 thousand deaths, we don't necessarily have to accept that as inevitable," Fauci said.
After helping get Alice Marie Johnson released from prison, Kardashian West wants to do more.
President Trump has painted a sobering picture of the toll the virus is expected to take on the country.
Grocery store workers are the unsung heroes who still go to work – even though they risk exposure to coronavirus.
Sara and Marco Sylvester had to scrap their huge wedding that would have had family coming from Peru and Texas. But they married Tuesday night in Washington, D.C., while also practicing social distancing guidelines.
While New York is still the epicenter of the coronavirus in the U.S., it's not the only region struggling with a rapid rise of COVID-19 infection. Mola Lenghi has the latest.
More than 4,500 have died from the virus across the country.
The world famous museum may be temporarily closed due to the coronavirus crisis — but that doesn't mean its stopped inspiring people to love art.
Medical professionals around the country are now being recognized for their work on the front lines and rightfully so. But there's another group of workers that also deserve gratitude and recognition. Janet Shamlian has their story.
Doctor Anthony Fauci, the country's top infectious disease doctor and member of the White House Coronavirus Task Force, joins "CBS Evening News" with insight into the deadly pandemic.
Florida's governor is imposing a "stay at home" order as the state's death toll approaches new levels. Manuel Bojorquez reports.
Despite downplaying the dangers of the coronavirus earlier this year, President Trump on Wednesday spoke severely about the health crisis and assured help is on the way. But governors across the country are desperately seeking medical supplies and taking drastic measures to obtain them. Weijia Jiang reports.
Dr. Anthony Fauci joined the "CBS Evening News" to discuss how the country is faring in the fight against COVID-19.
A new Marquette University Law School poll shows just over half of registered voters in Wisconsin believe the primary should be held on a different date.
Social Security recipients who don't normally file a tax return will need to file a simplified 2019 version, IRS says.
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell."
Top officials are considering new guidance for public use of face masks.
Democrats across the country are concerned that holding a mass gathering just as levels of infection are expected to ebb could expose thousands to the coronavirus once again.
The proposal includes funding for community health centers, access to clean water, expanding broadband service and infrastructure projects.
Democratic Party leaders across the country are calling on party bosses to curtail, postpone or dramatically rethink the party's national convention in Milwaukee due to the coronavirus. CBS News political correspondent Ed O'Keefe joins CBSN with the latest.
One 37-year-old who always considered herself healthy told a harrowing coronavirus tale.
"I don't see where we're going to be able to all gather in a petri dish in Milwaukee with the coronavirus," one superdelegate told CBS News.
Homeland Security Committee Chairman Bennie Thompson wants to set up a commission modeled on the 9/11 Commission.
Basketball star Kevin Love, who plays for the Cleveland Cavaliers, revealed personal struggles with depression and anxiety in a bid to bring awareness to mental health. One in five American adults experience some form of mental illness each year, and many are struggling with current social distancing guidelines that leave people feeling isolated. Love joins "CBS This Morning" to talk about what he is doing to cope himself, and his generous donation to out of work arena employees.
"This is the most scared I've ever been being an ER doctor, and it's not just because of me. It's because I have a wife and a 2-year-old and a 1-year-old at home and I don't want to expose them," he told CBS News' David Begnaud.
The bureau holds 146,000 inmates across 122 facilities nationwide.
Voters caucus for candidates in Iowa; Elizabeth Warren speaks to supporters in Iowa
"When we are infected, no one is safe," Kim Smith, a registered nurse in Texas, said in a news release announcing the protests.
They'll now be in place until at least April 30. The number of U.S. cases has passed 142,000 and the death toll is nearing 2,500.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo issued a nationwide call to doctors and nurses to join what he called the "front lines" of the war on COVID-19.
The White House projects 100,000 to 240,000 people could die in the U.S., even with social distancing measures.
The number of COVID-19 infections worldwide climbed to almost 471,000, according to Johns Hopkins University.
There are more than 85,000 cases across the U.S. and almost 1,300 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University.
With the U.S. reporting more cases than any other nation, American hospitals are facing a daunting challenge.
The total number of cases in the U.S. increased to more than 116,000, with more than 1,900 deaths, including an infant in Illinois.
Following President Trump's announcement of Judge Neil Gorsuch as Supreme Court Justice nominee, a CBSN panel discussed how it will play with the Democrats.; North Dakota Senator John Hoeven said the acting Secretary of the Army has directed the Army Corps of Engineers to "proceed with easement" needed to complete the Dakota Access Pipeline
President Trump is doubling down on some controversial statements and promises he made on the campaign trail.; Russian President Putin sang along with students during a visit to a college.
Lawmakers from both parties have criticized President Trump's travel ban; The White House said it relieved acting Attorney General Sally Yates of her duties and named Dana Boente to serve as acting attorney general.
President Trump spent part of his day at this year's GOP retreat in Philadelphia; President Trump's pick for commerce secretary, Wilbur Ross, has yet to be approved
FDA orders drugmakers to pull popular heartburn medications that contain trace amounts of a carcinogen.
Financial markets are losing ground as the boost from last week's federal stimulus bill fades.
House votes to limit Presidential war powers; Joe Biden announces bus tour of black colleges.
Pres. Trump declares victory after acquittal; Astronaut Christina Koch finally back on Earth.
Final countdown to first Dem primary for 2020 race; How Nevada is preparing for the next caucus
World grappling with coronavirus response; The House honors late Rep. Elijah Cummings.
Senate still at impasse over impeachment trial; FDA issues ban on most flavored vaping products.
Pres. Trump delivers 3rd State of the Union speech; Meet California's furry, four legged politician
Senate concludes day 9 of impeachment hearing; Celebrating the Sea Lions of San Francisco
White House faces questions over Soleimani strike; New program helps young adults in foster care
Barr: Trump's tweets make it impossible to do job; House repeals deadline for Equal Rights Amendment