As meat plants idle, California has no shortage of fish, dairy
The state, which Gov. Gavin Newsom calls the world's bread basket, has its own food ecosystem.
University of Miami professor resigns after reportedly sharing porn bookmark on Zoom
Business lecturer John Peng Zhang is no longer employed by the school, which said it "aggressively investigates all complaints of inappropriate...
'Clear-cut' evidence coronavirus drug remdesivir works, Fauci says
Despite conflicting reports over the success of remdesivir, the NIH's Dr. Anthony Fauci says there's proof the drug can block the coronavirus.
'Dangerous & disrespectful': Doctors tear into Pence's mask-less hospital visit
"So much of public health and leadership is about optics," Dr. Vin Gupta said. "All he did was weaken the messaging and the strength behind it."
ER doctor who died by suicide was in 'untenable' situation, sister says
Dr. Lorna Breen was "somebody whose life's calling is helping people, and she just couldn't help enough people," her sister said.
Trump says he will visit Arizona next week, maybe Ohio
"I think I’m going to Arizona next week, and we look forward to that," the president said, which would mark one of the first times he's left...
Why are so many black-owned small businesses shut out of PPP loans?
“I’m tired of hearing about the money. I want to see the money,” said one African-American owner of a small business.
One doctor vs. the DEA: Inside the battle to study marijuana in America
Millions of people across the U.S. can legally buy pot at dispensaries — but scientists aren’t allowed to study it.
White House diverges from health experts over what's to come
The president and his top aides are contending with public health officials who paint a less optimistic picture of a return to life as Americans...
Florida governor announces plans to reopen state
DeSantis' announcement came as some 350 new COVID-19 cases were confirmed in Florida along with 47 new deaths.
NYC teacher dies from COVID-19 after she was denied tests, family says
“I just feel like the health care system failed her on so many levels,” her sister said. "The health care system failed us."
How ‘Animal Crossing’ is helping this mother-daughter duo stay connected during quarantine
Even though Amy and Peggy Okuda are physically apart, they’re escaping to tropical islands together virtually.