Amid the coronavirus pandemic, one couple is getting creative — and very public — with their romance.
These Pictures Of The "World's First Socially Distanced Concert" May Be Our New Reality, And I Actually Kind Of Like It
Well, this is certainly a unique concert experience.
A week after reopening its schools, the Cherokee County School District mandated a two-week quarantine for 925 students and staff following coronavirus cases.
Teachers At The Georgia School District That Went Viral For Crowded Hallway Photos Are Afraid For Their Health
The mask wars continue in the Paulding County School District, with a contentious school board meeting that featured people with masks and those without them yelling at each other.
Medical experts and immigrant advocates have warned that the highly contagious COVID-19 puts everyone in detention at risk.
FEMA Told Congress It Had “Very Little Knowledge” About The Coronavirus Response Before March. New Documents Show It’s Been Deeply Involved Since The Beginning.
“In my mind, this is kinda like a hurricane brewing off the coast of Africa with potentially huge effects that could develop very fast," a FEMA official wrote in an email on Feb. 3.
From Madonna to Alyssa Milano and Pink.
Facing uncooperative customers and what they say are unrealistic cleaning expectations, California Lululemon employees are highlighting the toll the pandemic is taking on retail workers.
"He needs to stop talking about my race and fix the post office," Carolyn Maloney said.
A New Jersey Man Was Arrested For Throwing A Massive House Party With Hundreds Of Guests Without Masks
Tashay Knight, the alleged host of the party, was charged with "recklessly creating a risk of widespread injury," police said.
Nine People Have Tested Positive For COVID-19 At The Georgia School That Went Viral For Crowded Hallway Photos
The school suspended in-person classes for two days after six students and three staff members tested positive for the virus.
Trump Signed Executive Orders He Says Will Give Coronavirus Relief. But It's Unclear What They'll Actually Do.
When asked about possible legal action against his executive orders, he said, "If we get sued, it's somebody that doesn't want people to get money."
In a now-viral TikTok, members of the "Freedom to Breathe Agency," which the Department of Justice has issued a warning about, are seen telling the store employee she could face legal action for asking customers to wear masks.
US hospitals are now treating around 1,500 patients a day with antibodies found in the blood of COVID-19 survivors.
Twenty-nine members from four Cardinal sports teams have tested positive for the coronavirus, and many cases were traced to the off-campus party.
"This was of course a foreseeable tragedy that ICE had ample warning about, and still ICE has allowed these preventable deaths to happen."
Masks, frequent testing, and color-coded pods are all part of the new norm enabling the reality show to continue production.
The people are not trying to spread coronavirus misinformation — but to fight against it.
“I wish there was a way I could get ahold of Glenn Beck," said one cruise customer trying to get a refund.
We Asked American Teachers To Tell Us What They Think Of Schools Reopening In The Fall, And Everyone Should Read Their Responses
"I'm beyond scared."
A Bachelorette Group Was Asked Not To Move Tables Together Due To The Coronavirus, So One Allegedly Coughed On A Server
The co-owner of the Mockingbird restaurant in Nashville told BuzzFeed News his staff had asked the women not to move tables together as part of social distancing requirements.
Brittany Gilliam, her daughter, sister, and nieces were going to get their nails done when Aurora police spotted their car and drew guns on them.
This Coronavirus Testing Method Could Help Fix The US Backlog. So Why Did We Just Start Using It Now?
Running fewer tests would allow labs to maximize their supplies and time, both in desperately short supply.
"Dave did everything he was supposed to do, but you did not. Shame on all of you, and may Karma find you all!"
HHS assistant secretary Michael Caputo went even further, arguing the media doesn't want a vaccine to succeed before the election. “I believe that all the way in my aorta.”
Thanks to COVID, that fleeting dread most working parents experience now and then about being an utter failure is the new status quo.
"Suddenly my body simply…revolted."
“I can’t see how this is done, frankly, before the middle of next year,” said one expert, of a coronavirus vaccine.
As summer heats up and coronavirus cases continue to surge, pregnant women of color in particular face the greatest health risks.
Almost half of the staffers and campers who tested were infected with COVID-19. The CDC said singing and cheering "might have contributed to transmission."