The White House is projecting 100,000 to 240,000 deaths in the U.S. from the coronavirus pandemic if current social distancing guidelines are maintained. President Donald Trump is urging the public to heed his administration’s guidelines.
Sen. Marco Rubio tweeted that some in the media “can’t contain their glee and delight” that the U.S. had surpassed China in the number of coronavirus cases. ABC's Jonathan Karl says Rubio's tweet was outrageous and hurtful.
A court in Canada has heard that a man accused of killing 10 people when he drove a van into crowds of pedestrians on a busy Toronto sidewalk in 2018 has admitted to planning and carrying out the attack.
Canadian officials say they won't provide security for Prince Harry and his wife Meghan when they step back from royal duties. Harry and Meghan say they will walk away from most royal duties starting March 31.
Protesters in Canada have erected new rail blockades as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government says it is working to calm tensions with a British Columbia First Nation at the heart of demonstrations disrupting train traffic across Canada.
Travel is still allowed for anglers wanting to fish during Saturday's trout opener on the Brule River in Wisconsin. However, the DNR is encouraging anglers to fish waterbodies as close to home as possible and in their community.