Americans abroad scramble to get home as countries deepen travel restrictions
"Information is unreliable. Every cancellation happened without a rebooking option and I’ve spent hours on the phone will the airlines," said one...
Manchester bomber's brother guilty of killing 22 at Ariana Grande concert
Salman Abedi killed 22 people and wounded more than 100 others when he blew himself up in 2017 outside an Ariana Grande concert at the Manchester...
Primary states voting Tuesday take steps to limit coronavirus risks
“It is our job to ensure the safety of those around us while we carry out our civic duty today,” Cook County Clerk Karen Yarbrough tweeted.
World needs many more ventilators to save coronavirus patients. It is unlikely to get them.
Industry experts say, yes, more devices are desperately needed, but warn against unrealistically heightening public expectations.
Disney's 'Mira, Royal Detective,' features young Indian girl, and fans can't wait
“Seeing someone like yourself on TV, especially on a cartoon that you love or that you watch, gives you some sense of connection to your identity...
NAACP's virtual town hall confronts impact of coronavirus on people of color
Kamala Harris urges public to support emergency bill in Congress that offers paid sick leave and free testing.
Coronavirus upends U.S. justice system: 'The ramifications could be catastrophic'
"The ramifications could be catastrophic if not managed properly," a defense lawyer said.
White House eyeing $850B coronavirus stimulus package
Meanwhile, Senate Democrats have prepared their own package that would cost at least $750 billion.
Dow falls below 20,000 as coronavirus fears continue to slam markets
Some economists are contemplating whether the massive social and economic upheaval could throw the U.S. into a depression.
Tuesday's pandemic primaries: Everything you need to know
As the nation grapples to contain the coronavirus, three states go to the polls.
A better way to disinfect your house
Disinfectant products need to be used properly to be most effective, health experts say.
Israel uses cellphones to track coronavirus patients
The Association for Civil Rights in Israel called the move a "slippery slope."