As the coronavirus pandemic cuts deep into Americans’ finances, millions of homeowners throughout the country are struggling to pay — or skipping entirely — their mortgage payments.
Trump said the WHO failed to adequately respond to the coronavirus because China has “total control” over the global organization.
You’re never too young to plan, and then throw, a prom.
The nation’s top infectious disease expert said if Americans practice recommended health protocols, we’ll still see infections in the fall — but a so-called second wave may be preventable.
Michigan retailers will take a big step on Thursday as many of the state's largest malls will reopen. Enhanced safety protocols and social distancing guidelines will greet customers at each entryway.
The theme parks presented the plans to Orange County Mayor Jerry Demings and the task force on Wednesday.
A licensed pharmacist who was known by the alias “the mask man,” has been charged with hoarding and price gouging of N95 respiratory masks, according to a statement released on May 26 by federal prosecutors in New York.
On Wednesday, the United States' official reported coronavirus death toll reached six digits.
Here’s how Sin City and Nevada gambling will look under new COVID-19 measures when some casinos reopen on June 4.
A Beaumont doctor is reminding parents that vaccines and well visits are still very important to the health of a child and shouldn't be delayed due to the pandemic.
Forty-five percent surveyed said they spent more during quarantine.
A nursing student spent her last semester at university not olny trying to get through her finals, but battling COVID-19 as well.
The World Health Organization said Monday that it will temporarily drop hydroxychloroquine — the anti-malarial drug U.S. President Trump says he is taking — from its global study.
Thousands of racing fans packed the stands of a North Carolina speedway on Saturday, despite state restrictions on outside gatherings.
Former ATU Local 26 President Fred Westbrook has passed away from COVID-19, officials announced on Sunday.
On Saturday, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced a change in the way it reports data on COVID-19 testing.
The 36th District Court accounced today they are extending its period of limited operations previously announced on March 13, 2020 to coincide with the extension of Governor Whitmer’s “Stay Home, Stay Safe” Order.
The health agency shared a graphic detailing how two symptomatic persons infected at least 35 individuals at a church.
A new survey conducted by National Nurses United (NNU) found that a majority of respondents reported having to reuse personal protective equipment (PPE) intended for one-time use.
During his speech, the president also lashed out at China for its role in the coronavirus pandemic.