The CDC is considering recommending people wear face coverings in public. Here are a few easy ways to make your own.
Even if you're not leaving your house, experts say you should abide by these guidelines to reduce contamination.
COVID-19 disproportionately affects older people, which has many of us worried about our grandparents' health.
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Tony Spell, pastor of Life Tabernacle Church, vowed to continue holding in-person church services despite the pandemic.
The facility is operating in partnership with a disaster relief organization founded by evangelist Franklin Graham.
“We are not at war. Sailors do not need to die," the captain wrote of his ship's COVID-19 cases.
About 70 University of Texas students returned on a chartered plane to Austin after partying at Cabo San Lucas.
The retailer's latest efforts to slow the spread of the coronavirus may take weeks to go into effect.
In an unusual move, Congress is letting even the poorest have cash.
Asian women are three times more likely than men to report racist harassment related to COVID-19, a new report shows.
Baruch Feldheim, 43, allegedly hoarded enough supplies to outfit an entire hospital and coughed on FBI agents.
The paper's political coverage of the coronavirus outbreak "has consequences for millions of people," Gonsalves wrote.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan said there's a shortage of tests, personal protective equipment and ventilators in all states.
Need a laugh? These online meeting mishaps during the coronavirus pandemic should help.
The similarities between the president and the Tiger King are purrfect.

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