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.
TSA says 500 of its employees have tested positive for COVID-19
Air travel in the U.S. has cratered because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Class action suit aims to free all transgender ICE detainees
As hundreds of coronavirus cases are reported at U.S. immigration facilities, the suit calls for the release of dozens of trans migrants from what...
NYC mayor, police commissioner defend dispersal of Orthodox Jewish funeral
De Blasio, who was accused of singling out the Orthodox Jewish community for criticism, said he apologized, "if in my passion and in my emotion I...
Months after winning the Super Bowl, this Chiefs player is on the coronavirus front lines
Months after helping the Kansas City Chiefs win the Super Bowl, Laurent Duvernay-Tardif is facing a different challenge.
Mother of Chicago man who threw house party says she's horrified by viral video
The woman, a first responder, told NBC Chicago that her 26-year-old son threw the party while she was on a 24-hour shift at the time of the packed...
First drugs, then oil, now Mexican cartels turn to human trafficking
“A lot of criminal groups are mutating,” says Santigo Nieto, head of Mexico’s financial intelligence unit. Sex trafficking may the country's...
Meghan Markle mentored young woman for internship in video call
"All the positivity I just want to send your way to make sure you get on the other side of this," the Duchess of Sussex said.
Appeals court strikes down Kansas law requiring proof of citizenship to vote
Advocates hailed the ruling, a setback for former GOP secretary of state Kris Kobach, as a big win for ballot access.