The Massachusetts congresswoman says the country's response to the COVID-19 crisis should be driven by science and not the struggling economy.
Franklin County, which encompasses the city of Columbus, passed a declaration Tuesday ordaining racial discrimination a hazard and vowing to back community efforts to fight back against racism as part of an awareness campaign, ABC-News reported.
While Gov. Larry Hogan earlier in the month gave local officials the authority to begin reopening their jurisdictions, Baltimore remains under a stay-at-home order.
‘There should certainly be a public inquiry into the handling of the Covid-19 outbreak’ says president of the Royal College of Physicians
Michigan may still be largely closed, but the Archdiocese of Detroit is allowing public mass to resume in the city. Cal Perry reports on the new safety changes in effect and talks to Fr. Mario Amore from St. Aloysius Parish.
Brazilian Health Minister Dr. Nelson Teich resigned Friday after just weeks on the job over disagreements with the country’s handling of the coronavirus.
The Maryland Health Department has introduced a new tool that allows residents to find their nearest coronavirus testing site.
The COVID-19 pandemic has contributed to increased business for area bike shop owners, who consider it a “blessing” after years of trying to stay afloat against online competition and big box retailers.
The pastor wrote in a statement prior to reopening that "church is essential," and has reopened with protocols in place.
When former nursing colleagues and students started reaching out as the coronavirus pandemic took off, Tara Ryan created a service to boost their morale and give them a place to talk about work on the front lines.
Why unauthorized access attacks are so costly and dangerous for consumers.
Some speakers at the Orange Vests protest alleged that politicians had played COVID-19 up to enhance their own powers