Thankfully, it's not all doom and gloom at the moment.
Through its reports, Google is helping to inform public health policy during the outbreak.
Newsweek shines a light on the hidden heroes who are continuing their work in the midst of the COVID-19 outbreak.
The coronavirus pandemic has seemingly brought out the sharing, caring side of Americans and people across the world.
Staying inside doesn't need to spell bad news for our favorite eateries, diners, and local hangouts.
The company has brought in several measures to reward staff and protect them and customers during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Expert advice for those brave men who want to take the clippers into their own hands.
Anxiety is the most common mental illness in the U.S. and the coronavirus pandemic is adding extra stress into our lives.
It is the first potential recovery case in Denver, which has seen six deaths from the COVID-19 disease caused by the new coronavirus.
Some warnings have been extended into April 2020.
Newsweek looks at where we might have seen Ehrich before.
Temperatures are forecast to be as much as 20 F above average in some parts of the country.
Newsweek asked dating and relationship experts how couples who live apart can ride out the pandemic successfully.
To help hospitals in their communities who are suffering face mask shortages, people are turning their hands to crafts and creativity.
To help children understand the current situation, AACAP recommends the following steps.
Several parts of Oklahoma are under weather watches and warnings due to severe thunderstorms, minor flooding and large hailstones.
No need to go out when dinner can be delivered to you.
Aftershocks are predicted for the next week.
The video was posted by AfecadoXfusara, a Twitter account for the tenants affected by the sale of real estate in Fundacion de Santamarca and San Ramón and San Antonio in Madrid, Spain.
Research shows that quarantine is stressful for couples.
The majority of homeless people live in States such as California, New York, Florida and Texas but increases in rough sleeping and those needing emergency shelter are increasing nationwide.
Flash flooding, thunderstorms and dangerous lightning are warned for the islands.
From hacks to COVID-19 spear-phishing campaigns, there's no doubt the pandemic is aiding a surge in cybercrime.
Forget basketball and baseball—marble racing is the hot sport for the summer.
Maths never tasted so good.
NWS has issued warnings for several parts of the country for flash flooding and winter storms.
Meme-goodness to get Americans through this spooky day.