Trump threatens states' voting funds during pandemic
President Donald Trump follows up on tweets threatening to hold up federal funds for two election battleground states that are trying to make it safer to vote during the pandemic by insisting that "mail-in ballots are very dangerous." (May 20)
President Trump has announced he wants a temporary ban on all immigration into the United States during the coronavirus pandemic, to protect American jobs. He is planning to sign an executive order but it is likely to face legal challenges.
In the UK, family lawyers are warning that some separated parents are exploiting the lockdown, to prevent partners seeing their children.
Huw Edwards presents BBC News at Ten reports from Nick Bryant in New York and Frankie McCamley in London. President Donald Trump has criticized the World Health Organization for praising China's initial response to the coronavirus pandemic even though he praised China a number of times in February 2020.
#Trump Millions remain hungry in Colombia due to the #coronavirus pandemic and lockdowns. See how people are protesting the government's failed policies to stop the pandemic. The United States marked the darkest day in its battle against the coronavirus so far. It recorded the highest "daily" death toll on Tuesday nearly two thousand.
President Trump threatens to stop WHO funding because WHO disagreed with his coronavirus ban on travel from China. CGTN's Nathan King has more.