Quickly catch up on the day's news

(CNN)Here's what you might have missed Wednesday on CNN:

-- US lawmakers struck a $2 trillion deal to provide relief to Americans battling the health and economic consequences of the coronavirus pandemic. Markets don't know what to make of it yet. Here's what the stimulus means for you.
-- A leading epidemiologist advising the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has estimated the peak of deaths in the US coronavirus pandemic will be three weeks from now, after which "most of the damage will be done."
    -- Here's why the coronavirus may be killing more men than women. The US should take note.
      -- Prince Charles has tested positive for coronavirus. Queen Elizabeth II's son, the heir to the British throne, is self-isolating in Scotland.
        -- Actor Idris Elba hit back at a "stupid" conspiracy theory that he and other celebrities are being paid to lie about their coronavirus diagnoses.
        -- There's still time to stop the United States from becoming the next epicenter of the pandemic, a World Health Organization spokeswoman told CNN.
          -- The checkout aisles at a number of the largest US grocery chains are going to look a little different as sneeze guards go up.
            -- A baby is in isolation after an Alabama NICU nurse tested positive for coronavirus, the family says.
            -- An archeology student made an "unbelievable" discovery of a 5,000-year-old sword at a Venetian monastery.