"The Saudis have really brought in a supply shock at exactly the wrong time," Alaska Sen. Dan Sullivan said Wednesday.
As of Monday afternoon, more than 113,584 cases of the new coronavirus have been reported, resulting in at least 3,996 deaths.
Sen. Ted Cruz said he does not meet the CDC criteria for a self-quarantine, but he's opting to anyway. Rep. Paul Gosar, R-Ariz., and Rep. Doug Collins, R-GA also said they went into self-quarantine on Monday.
A maintenance worker at Disneyland Paris has tested positive for the coronavirus, Reuters reported on Monday, citing a spokesperson.
"Bernie scares me," the Texas GOP senator told CNBC on Wednesday. "I'd rather not even roll the dice," even though on paper it seems President Trump would have an easier time beating Sanders.
Lawmakers and family members pressed Boeing's CEO to resign after two fatal crashes, but Dennis Muilenburg has so far resisted calls to step down.
CEO Dennis Muilenburg testifies before a Senate panel on the 737 Max crashes.
"It was only two weeks ago that Mark Zuckerberg decided that Facebook is not going to censor politicians that are spreading disinformation," Cambridge Analytica whistleblower Brittany Kaiser says.
"Just because it's not the state doesn't mean that there isn't harmful impacts that could come if you have one or two large companies monitoring or tracking everything you do," says Christopher Wylie.
"Is that what standing for the people of Hong Kong means?" Roach asks, referring to the NBA fallout in China after the Rockets GM's tweet in support of the protesters.
Mike Bloomberg is slated to meet with influential business executives Thursday to encourage them to back Democratic causes on a national and state level.
The Supreme Court said on Friday that it will hear three cases over President Donald Trump's financial records next year.
The Conservative Party will form the next U.K. government with the largest majority since Tony Blair's Labour party retained power in 2001.
Conservative Party leader Boris Johnson promised unity on Friday, shortly after securing a five-year term in office.
An estimated 71.6 million people watched the final debate between White House contenders Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump on TV on Wednesday.
Clinton and Trump agree on this issue, but they're both wrong about how to fix the problem, says Pinar Çebi Wilber.
There isn't a "chorus" behind Donald Trump's debate performance, experts told CNBC.