Rural hospital closures will force some of Georgia's poorest residents to travel more than 30 miles to seek health care.
Take a look at just how safe America's beaches are for swimming and read about some of the solutions being implemented by various states.
Three of the leading vaccine candidates—being developed by Moderna, Pfizer and AstraZeneca—began large-scale trials recently.
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Robert Redfield said there is "nothing more important" than Americans getting vaccinated against the flu.
As the federal eviction moratorium comes to an end and no stimulus deal in sight, tens of millions of American will face the nation's most severe housing crisis yet.
President Donald Trump warned a cheering crowd of his supporters in the crucial swing state of Pennsylvania that Scranton-native Joe Biden would harm the state's economy in a blistering address just hours before Biden was to accept the Democratic nomination for president.
Both companies will be allowed to continue operating through at least October while an appeal is heard.
A veteran and business owner expressed strong opposition to ongoing virus mitigation measures in California's Shasta County during a recent community meeting.
Opioid overdoses have increased 53 percent in South Carolina since the beginning of the pandemic in March.
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Officials said 367 fires have ignited between the San Francisco Bay Area and Los Angeles, forcing an unknown number of evacuations.
Team Trump's latest attack ad is part of a wider digital advertising push amid the Democratic National Convention.
The two Islamic State suspects previously admitted playing a role in the kidnap of U.S. aid worker Kayla Mueller, who was tortured and sexually assaulted before her death in 2015.
Grace Community Church is suing California Governor Gavin Newsom and other officials over preventative measures that currently prohibit large indoor gatherings and services as the state continues to lead the U.S. in cases of COVID-19.
These consumer-friendly smart displays make the case for telepresence in the home.
Volunteers on the ground are still working to understand the circumstances around the man's death.
His plans for the future have changed dramatically.
"They're trying to tear apart our Postal Service piece by piece," Rep. Peter DeFazio said.
Lockdown measures implemented in response to the COVID-19 pandemic made safe reproductive health services inaccessible for millions of women.
Austin Council Member Greg Casar said in a Tuesday statement that the city will continue to redistribute the city's police budget despite the governor's threat to freeze the city's property tax.
Meanwhile, unemployment remains at historic levels as a growing number of Americans struggle to get enough food.
A U.S.-U.K. trade deal is the perfect opportunity to create a new, gold standard for international trade.
Congress must quickly fix an alarming disparity.
Public health officials in California on Tuesday expressed concern that decreased vaccinations among children prompted by stay-at-home orders could pose additional risks to health and place added strain on health care systems that are already overworked amid the pandemic.
A federal judge blocked new Department of Health and Human Services rules that would have removed Obama-era protections for LGBTQ people in health care, noting that a recent decision by the U.S. Supreme Court contradicts the Trump rules.
Louis DeJoy's agreement on Tuesday to delay certain attacks fell far short of what is required—his resignation or removal.