Across the country, black and brown communities are disproportionately contracting and dying from COVID-19.
Many real estate investors got rich after 2008 when mortgage holders began defaulting. Some believe today's financial crisis could present an even bigger opportunity.
Across the country, researchers are working hard to find a way to stop COVID-19 in its tracks.
Acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly is facing calls to resign after he criticized now-ousted USS Theodore Roosevelt Commander Brett Crozier, who was removed from his post after raising concerns about...
Nearly 100,000 people in the U.S. are awaiting kidney transplants.
Brett Crozier, commander of the USS Theodore Roosevelt, was ousted after raising concerns about the spread of the coronavirus on his ship.
While some have argued that social distancing is hurting the economy, new research from Massachusetts Institute of Technology finds that staying at home now might actually be beneficial.
Officials deem this case the first known instance of person to animal transmission of the virus.
President Trump has referred to himself as a wartime president as he fights the coronavirus.
Singapore is escalating restrictions amid concerns about a second wave of coronavirus infections.
Michigan has more confirmed cases of COVID-19 than any other state except New York and New Jersey.
Johnson is the world's first known head of government to fall ill with the coronavirus.
The video conferencing app is scrambling to accommodate hundreds of millions of people working from home.
Navarro is also under scrutiny for getting into an argument with coronavirus task force member Dr. Anthony Fauci.
After a flurry of last-minute developments, Wisconsin's polls are open Tuesday amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
This week, Jews will mark the first night of Passover with the traditional seder, and Christians will observe Good Friday and Easter. But can our solitary observances be meaningful? Not...
Columbia University professor and author James Shapiro discusses how Shakespeare's life and works were shaped by waves of plague contagion — and how he kept working through it all.
With the feeling of isolation and the sadness over the lives lost to the coronavirus, keeping holiday traditions alive feels more crucial than ever.
Workers doing their jobs from home may be more vulnerable to hackers than in their offices. One risk factor: porn, a favorite tool of hackers.
In a recent paper in the journal EBioMedicine, researchers announced a potential COVID-19 vaccine.