The United States officially marked a grim milestone on Tuesday when the number of American deaths attributed to COVID-19 hit 200,000.
The agency ranked a number of popular Halloween activities by their level of risk, and several of the most popular activities, like trick-or-treating are considered to be the most dangerous.
The United States has reached the 200,000 mark in COVID-19 deaths, according to data collected by Johns Hopkins University.
A Kentucky hospice nurse flew her patient to his son’s season opener football game, helping him fulfill a bucket-list wish.
The prime minister’s office said starting Thursday, pubs, bars and other hospitality venues will be restricted to table service only and will have to close at 10 p.m.
Minnesota has never stored a body in a St. Paul building that state officials bought for $5.5 million this year as a temporary morgue for coronavirus victims.
Dallas County has remained steady with new cases over the past few weeks.
In July she tested positive for COVID-19 and Saturday she lost her battle to the illness.
As Gov. Greg Abbott outlined his latest reopening plan last week, bar owner Greg Barrineau watched in disbelief. Abbott, who announced that Texas restaurants could expand dine-in service to 75% capacity, said bars must remain closed.
One father shared an account of the experience he and his son had, enduring COVID-19 symptoms for several months.
The CDC said it mistakenly posted a draft version of the proposed changes on airborne transmission of the novel coronavirus.
An elderly dog whose home was burned down in the California wildfires was set to be euthanized before being rescued by a pet sanctuary.
A very happy birthday to the oldest living Marine, Sgt. Dot Cole, who turned 107.
California’s death count from the coronavirus surpassed 15,000 on Sunday even as the state saw widespread improvement in infection levels.
With the pandemic still in force, world leaders are skipping the annual U.N. General Assembly gathering in New York.
College towns across the U.S. have emerged as virus hot spots in recent weeks as schools struggle to contain the virus.
While Texas bars learned Thursday that they will have to remain closed, many bars are still finding ways to open.
Texas bars are still on the closed list, but there is a work around to open their doors and help other hospitality businesses stay afloat too.
A bar in West Melbourne, Florida says no masks are allowed but temperature checks are still being conducted before a patron can enter.
A Texas Education Agency report breaks down how fall learning is going for both in-person and virtual instruction.