Since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, young people have been heavily criticized for not taking social distancing seriously. They've traveled for spring break, hung out at bars and restaurants
Updated at 3:10 p.m. ET Using the COVID-19 pandemic to score political points is dangerous and will only result in "many more body bags," World Health Organization Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus
Tens of thousands of people streamed out of Wuhan by car, train and plane after a 76-day lockdown was lifted Wednesday from the Chinese city where the global coronavirus pandemic began. The end of the
Updated at 12:50 p.m. Auto giant General Motors will build 30,000 medical ventilators for the national stockpile, at a cost of $489.4 million, the Department of Health and Human Services announced Wednesday.
A day after the top Senate Republican announced he would press to approve another $250 billion in small business assistance, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer outlined
The CEO and founder of the newly popular video conferencing service Zoom says he'll make his product harder to use, if it improves safety and security. Zoom has taken off during the coronavirus pandemic
Our Daily Breather is a series where we ask writers and artists to recommend one thing that's helping them get through the days of isolation during the coronavirus pandemic. All of this found time might
With most schools closed nationwide because of the coronavirus pandemic, a national poll of young people ages 13 to 17 suggests distance learning has been far from a universal substitute. The poll of teenagers,
Misty Donaldson-Urriola and Edgar Urriola of Raytown, Mo., are recently divorced. But they have remained close friends as they raise their three sons together. That constant contact and proximity – an
The Roma are Europe's largest ethnic minority — and among the most marginalized European citizens, excluded from society for decades. With the coronavirus pandemic, now they're facing a potential humanitarian
The French navy's flagship, the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle, is returning to home port after dozens of crew members showed signs of COVID-19, the armed services ministry announced
Data suggests Black Americans are dying from COVID-19 at higher rates than other groups. A Navy hospital ship in New York will now accept pandemic patients. And, after a lockdown, China reopens Wuhan.