YOUR HEALTH AND LIFE
Top Glove closed or reduced operations at 28 factories after thousands of workers fell ill.
As Americans prepare for Thanksgiving, European governments wrestle with how to balance festive celebrations while keeping the coronavirus at bay.
Six weeks after Canadian Thanksgiving, we’re seeing more COVID-19 cases than ever before.
“Had this person been truthful to the contact tracing teams, we would not have gone into a six-day lockdown,” said South Australia state Premier Steven Marshall.
As the pandemic brought global travel to a halt, local communities and conservation efforts were left in the lurch.
In a matter of months, Sri Lanka has gone from a success story to a cautionary tale in dealing with the coronavirus.
A Pennsylvania state senator suddenly left a meeting with President Donald Trump after the lawmaker tested positive for COVID-19.
The CNN host said Trump will forever be remembered as a viciously divisive demagogue "who lied about a pandemic to suit his own interest."
A spokesman for the president-elect said he supports congressional leaders' strategy of holding out for the largest possible stimulus deal.
Public health experts call on the president-elect to strengthen the Occupational Safety and Health Administration and protect workers amid the pandemic.
Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin said, “We’re working on mass distribution of the virus," and Twitter users unanimously agreed.
The White House is planning to host multiple indoor holiday celebrations, despite a record of spreading the coronavirus and a spike in cases nationwide.
"This is not the first pandemic Indigenous people have faced. Thanksgiving brings to mind the other things pilgrims brought to Native people. Things like smallpox."
"You don’t really know someone until you’ve navigated the criminal legal system with him. Until you’ve been kept apart by arbitrary and unnecessarily punitive laws."
"I worry that you simply hanging out with your friends will be the end of me."
IN THIS TOGETHER
Writing in The New York Times, Francis chastised governments that ignored "mounting deaths" and warned about other "unseen viruses" such as climate change.
The Bidens are grateful for the frontline workers, nurses, teachers, parents and others especially affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Being thankful is difficult right now. These simple, expert-backed methods will help you find some positives.
Coronavirus-themed holiday ornaments are a new way to mark a hard, strange year.
How you choose to spend your vacation or paid time off (PTO) is your choice. You shouldn't feel obligated to offer an explanation to your boss.
Experts share their advice for parents who want to raise informed media consumers.
If you're wondering what to get your favorite culture vulture, here are some artsy gifts they'll appreciate.
Including the first of President Barack Obama's forthcoming memoirs and the sequel to "Ready Player One."
For the friend or family member who's catching feelings about missing flights right now.