Even as utilities pledge to stop cutting service to the poor, some people are still falling through the cracks.
A psychologist explains why people spilled onto bar patios when they should have been inside.
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Researchers are scrambling to gauge the risk of COVID-19 transmission from people who appear to be healthy.
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The federal tax filing deadline was extended to July 15 because of the pandemic. But not all states have followed suit.
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More than 3,000 people have died in the United States from COVID-19, and it's expected to get far worse.
The teenage suspect reportedly said he thought the family was Chinese and spreading the coronavirus.
Senate Republicans also worked to scale back direct relief for Native Americans.
As Americans stay at home, bigots are targeting virtual classes and other online gatherings.
There are over 145 confirmed cases of COVID-19 on the American Indian reservation. At least five people have died.
“Even the invincible aren’t invincible,” Ben Luderer’s former high school baseball coach said of his death.
He and Mandie Taketa have formed a "new nuclear family" in order to co-parent their 17-year-old while self-isolating.
Most people are eligible for benefits, but not without filing a tax return first.
A watchdog group says the postcard with coronavirus guidelines seemed designed to boost Trump’s reelection.
It’s easy to forget about people like me because often, our symptoms are invisible.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex officially stepped back from their royal duties on March 31.