Coronavirus cases have been spiking since mid-June, particularly among younger Americans in the South and West. The big worry is that they will pass the virus onto older, more vulnerable people.
"More and more businesses that definitely don't want to close again need to understand that they are our biggest enforcement army right now."
Attorneys for the asylum-seeker from Ecuador said her health is deteriorating in ICE detention.
A Taco Chain Said It's Closing During The Coronavirus Pandemic Because Of Angry Customers Who Refuse To Wear Masks
Hugo's Tacos said its mostly Latino employees were called racial slurs and had objects thrown at them by guests who refused to wear masks during the ongoing pandemic.
The judge said children detained inside its three ICE family detention centers must be released to a sponsor or with their parents by July 17.
From the surge in coronavirus cases around the globe to the demand for racial justice and equality in the US, these are the most striking and memorable pictures from this past week.
Customers and conservative media fans have spent months in limbo after a planned “Cruise Thru History” was scuttled by the coronavirus.
All of the detainees are stable, asymptomatic, and remain housed in medical isolation rooms, an independent monitor reported.
"Everybody says, 'Oh, it's my family. I'm going to go see my brother. I’m going to see my cousin,' and they think that’s a safe word."
Even Texas's governor is now recommending people wear masks in public after a surge in coronavirus cases.
There's been a significant increase in COVID-19 cases across California, including in Orange County.
The world’s premier health agency pushed a flawed coronavirus containment strategy — until it disappeared from public view one day before the outbreak was declared a pandemic.
These High Schoolers Organized A Graduation March Where No One Wore Masks, And Now The Community Is Divided
“A lot of people might think that graduation is the most important thing that’s happening right now, and it really isn’t,” one graduating senior told BuzzFeed News.
A Judge Blocked The Deportation Of A 16-Year-Old Boy Who Claims Trump Is Using The Coronavirus As An Excuse
Attorneys say the Honduran boy is trying to join his father in the US after witnessing a murder and then being threatened by a gang.
Even though hundreds of thousands of protesters and police crowded onto the streets, overall social distancing actually strengthened in big cities with major protests.
People can finally get a haircut.
There's no evidence that the fireworks lighting up US cities are caused by anything other than oversupply and understimulation. That hasn't stopped the conspiracies.
Spoiler Alert: You should still be wearing your mask.
The Trump administration said the suspension is needed to ensure jobs go to Americans first as the economy recovers from the coronavirus pandemic, but employers say it will actually make things worse.
"If your ass pass out in the middle of a show onstage," said Hughley, "you probably need to get tested.”
Some parts of the state had been lifting mask requirements — even as COVID-19 cases go up.
When Sandy Schnaithman lost her mom to COVID-19, she wanted to know how many other residents at her mother's assisted living facility in New York had died —there wasn't an easy answer.
Scientists say that the paper by Nobel Prize winner Mario Molina is based on false statements and flawed statistical analysis.
"I’m alive and I kiss the ground literally every morning that I wake up.”
Thousands Of Gig Workers Can’t Make A Living Unless They Install A Controversial Contact Tracing App First
Workers say the platforms are exploiting them by making it mandatory to install the Indian government's contact tracing app.
They had been "doing everything the right way," the woman told a local news outlet. “And then the first night we go out, Murphy’s Law, I guess.”
"It is highly affordable, easy to make, can be scaled up quickly and only needs a small dosage," said one expert.
"No words can describe what he meant to me and all who knew and loved him."
The Oscars are shifting back by two months after the coronavirus shut down Hollywood film sets and emptied out movie theaters.
The federal agency noted that the two drugs are "unlikely to be effective in treating COVID-19" and could cause serious side effects.