YOUR HEALTH AND LIFE
The politically sensitive investigation comes amid uncertainty about whether Beijing might try to prevent embarrassing discoveries.
The CDC order goes into effect Jan. 26 and applies to U.S. citizens as well as foreign travelers.
“I think vaccination is critical in order to ensure that we have a way out of this – otherwise it is going to be very difficult,” the Prince of Wales, 72, told CNN.
Even if its success can't be reproduced on a global scale, Israel’s rapid rollout is a real-life test of the effectiveness of coronavirus vaccines.
Here's what to know about the latest coronavirus variant, including how it affects the pandemic and the vaccine.
Vaccines made by Pfizer/BioNTech and Oxford/AstraZeneca are being rolled out – but health workers are still being left at risk.
Irony is dead, said more than one critic of QAnon supporter Marjorie Taylor Greene's stunt.
The Senate can certainly pass this bill and conduct an impeachment trial at the same time, Gillibrand told HuffPost: “You can walk and chew gum.”
They will also have to go through metal detectors to get onto the House floor, amid concerns some may be carrying guns.
Pramila Jayapal lambasted Republican lawmakers for refusing to "simply wear a damn mask" during the Capitol lockdown.
Three Democratic lawmakers who were in the room with them have now tested positive for COVID-19.
Several of Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman's colleagues “refused to wear masks” when they sheltered together, she said.
Here's how one couple are supporting each other through the worst of the coronavirus pandemic.
At 64 and with underlying health issues, continuing to teach was too much of a risk for me.
“The caseworker called and said Mom has 72 hours in the hospital. Then Medicare is kicking her out. Not only that, Mom needs family to provide 24-hour care or she goes to a nursing home.”
IN THIS TOGETHER
Children deserve so much credit for their resilience, and we can do a few things to give them a better 2021.
As COVID-19 rages on, take the time to congratulate your own parenting wins.
The coronavirus outbreak has given us a new appreciation for dining out, going to concerts, traveling and other experiences of our former lives.
In spite of the COVID-19 pandemic, there was a surprising amount of positive news to celebrate this past year.
Experts share the problems that affected most of their patients during the pandemic and offer advice on how to cope if you're struggling, too.
A 9-year-old with cancer thrived with remote learning. A mom saw her kiddo with fresh eyes. Here are some silver linings from a long, hard year.
If you're having a celebration at home on Zoom because of the coronavirus pandemic, why not wear one of these glam robes or kimonos?
Here's what to look for and what to avoid in the cold weather to protect you during the pandemic.
You're living through a pandemic. Let Christmas shopping be one thing you don't have to worry about.