3. The latest in the U.S.
Wisconsin's Supreme Court on Wednesday ruled against the state's stay-at-home order, saying the state's health department exceeded its authority.
Anti-vaccination movements could grow large enough to disrupt efforts to create public immunity when a vaccine is developed, according to new research, Axios' Bryan Walsh reports.
President Trump claimed on Wednesday that the novel coronavirus has "had very little impact on young people," and said that NIAD director Anthony Fauci's caution on reopening schools was "not an acceptable answer" while meeting with governors at the White House.
The CDC created detailed guidance on when and how to ease local coronavirus lockdown restrictions that includes a warning of future flareups, according to a document obtained by AP.
The U.S. has admitted two people seeking humanitarian protection at the southern border since March 21, amid new coronavirus restrictions from the Trump administration, according to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services data first obtained by the Washington Post and confirmed by Axios.
America's educators and students have a daunting year ahead as the coronavirus pandemic carries on. "Saturday school" and "summer school" used to evoke images of punishment for American kids, but they may need to become commonplace for everybody.
A top vaccine doctor who was ousted from his position in April is expected to testify today that the Trump administration was unprepared for the coronavirus, and that the U.S. could face the "darkest winter in modern history" if it doesn't develop a national coordinated response, according to prepared testimony first obtained by CNN.