Just this week, the CDC unveiled a new recommendation urging the American public to wear masks when outside their homes, and the FDA approved a new blood test to detect the coronavirus. As the coronavirus pandemic continues to grow, so does the knowledge of the experts attempting to fight the disease. Dr. David Agus joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss the latest coronavirus news reported this week.
Three of the nation's four largest lenders initially wouldn't take loan applications, leaving borrowers in the dark.
President Trump wrote it is "vital" that he have the "fullest confidence" in the Inspector General, and said "that is no longer the case."
Governor Tony Evers wanted the legislature to come back for a special session to vote on changes to Tuesday's primary amid concerns about the coronavirus.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo issued an emergency order Friday to get ventilators where they are needed. Mola Lenghi reports.
Immigrant women detained in rural Louisiana feel powerless to shield themselves from the rapidly-spreading coronavirus. They're asking the U.S. not to forget about them.
Sailors aboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt cheered and chanted the name of Captain Brett Crozier as he left the ship for the last time. It was an emotional show of support for the man whose pleas on their behalf ultimately cost him his command. David Martin reports.