The transition back to school is going to be more difficult for students amid the coronavirus pandemic. Whether they're returning to school buildings for the first time since March or dealing with the isolation with virtual learning, the challenges are real.
The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits fell below 1 million last week for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic started in mid-March.
Americans counting on emergency coronavirus aid from Washington may have to wait until fall.
47-year-old Yolanda Yarbrough was arrested after she reportedly struck an American Airlines employee for not allowing her on her connecting flight from Phoenix to Las Vegas for not wearing a mask.
A group of school Principals in New York City say their schools simply aren't ready to reopen on September 10.
Top health officials in New York City are urging people to get tested for coronavirus once a month, but other experts say such an idea isn't realistic.
The move came one day after the Big Ten and Pac-12 announced they would not play this fall. In the Big 12, fall sports will begin after Sept. 1 with the football schedule beginning league play Sept. 26. Schools also can play one non-conference opponent.
According to a survey from InCrowd, a medical research company, a majority of infectious disease experts believed it would likely take as long as a year before a coronavirus vaccine is widely available to the public after the vaccine’s approval.
A recent study suggests that people find mask wearers to be more trustworthy and socially desirable, despite being seen as ill.
Scientists are hoping to make AeroNabs widely available as an inexpensive, over-the-counter medication to prevent or treat COVID-19.
The two men were respected figures in the Miami medical community.
The sheriff's office currently employs around 900 people.
New York City is ramping up its COVID-19 testing efforts in Sunset Park, Brooklyn after an alarming spike in cases.
The White House’s top negotiator is trying to revive stalled talks over coronavirus aid. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin reached out to the Democratic leaders Wednesday.
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) said an email that directs people to a fake SBA COVID-19 loan website has been stealing people’s information.
McNair's shop joined the ranks of groundbreaking businesses on two fronts by being Black-owned and female-owned.
Connecticut says it has issued its first $3,000 in fines to a pair of residents who failed to comply with the state’s new coronavirus travel advisory.
Calling it an “unprecedented" ruling, New Jersey's Supreme Court on Wednesday unanimously upheld a law authorizing the governor to borrow nearly $10 billion to close budget gaps opened by the coronavirus outbreak.
While the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said in June that dogs, cats and a few other animals types are able to contract COVID-19, it is rare for animals to pass it on to their owners or vice versa.
A new study says that twenty-six states across the nation are at risk of not having enough ICU doctors to treat COVID-19 patients.