The U.S. government has used an obscure public health law to justify one of its most aggressive border crackdowns ever.
At least 759 people under the age of 50, including some with no preexisting conditions, have reportedly died in the U.S. from the novel coronavirus.
"If we care about our citizens, please work across party lines," Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said without naming President Donald Trump.
Consider these the smallest of silver linings.
Telemedicine is on the rise as COVID-19 spreads. But slow internet keeps it out of reach for people who need it most.
Former Rep. Joe Walsh put the president on notice: "He lied about the virus."
Reddit users transformed "The Late Show" host into Donald Trump, Walter White, trolls, cartoon characters and more.
“It is all about how much we just don’t know yet,” warned Dr. Greta Bauer in a new column for The New York Times.
Republican Ron DeSantis trended on Twitter for all the wrong reasons after he wore just one glove for a press conference.
The horror author had to make some edits to his latest work as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The MSNBC host slammed the conservative network for posing a “genuine public health threat" with its misinformation.
The infectious diseases expert doesn’t just mean now, or in the weeks and months after the pandemic, but possibly forever.
Trump health officials said that 3.5 billion N95 masks were needed to respond to this epidemic but only .33% of that number was distributed to states.
Desperate times call for desperate measures.
Extremists exploit dependence on video conferencing during the pandemic to spread anti-Semitism, Islamophobia and other forms of hate.
Reusing disposable gloves may increase the risk of germ exposure during the coronavirus pandemic.
Dispose of your single-use gloves and masks properly. Not only could littering spread the coronavirus, there are other, less obvious repercussions as well.
"It's hard to have a fever for 20 hours a day, it just wears you down, emotionally," the CNN anchor said.
Economic calamities spurred by the health crisis could erase decades of progress in raising standards of living.
Mark Hamilton, who played with the St. Louis Cardinals from 2010 to 2011, is finishing medical school early to help manage COVID-19 patients.