For the upcoming Memorial Day weekend, weather forecasters are predicting varying weather patterns across areas of the U.S. like New York, California and Texas.
It's best to check what your state and local restrictions are before venturing out to your local park for the holiday weekend.
As more consumers prefer to buy online, from the safety of their houses, this has put immense pressure on the middlemen/retailers, which often leads to product shortage or price hikes. To curb these challenges, more and more manufacturers are cutting out the middlemen and selling directly to consumers online.
Network news is experiencing a big gain in ratings as Americans tune in to stay informed about the coronavirus. Some network executives hope and believe the change will be lasting.
Arizona, North Carolina, North Dakota, Texas and Virginia have all reported their largest weekly increases in COVID-19 cases since the pandemic began.
Questions have been raised over the ability to distribute vaccines even if the target of producing the doses is hit.
The facial hair may serve a similar function to a lion's mane, scientists believe.
"The ongoing varying attempts by states to reopen American businesses-- even partially-- are fatally flawed and pure folly," said Dr. Carome.
"Colorado State University is committed to supporting all of our students during this very challenging time," a spokesperson for the university said.
The president walked away from a press conference after being pressed on comments over coronavirus testing.
This poll is just the latest illustration of how political partisanship has shaped attitudes and responses towards the ongoing coronavirus epidemic.
An April 29 projection estimated there would be 72,433 deaths in the United States by August 4. They've already surpassed 73,000.
The push for localities to bear the brunt of the responsibility comes as states across the country grapple with how to resurrect their economies by allowing some industries and businesses to begin operating again amid the pandemic.
Stephanie Grisham, the first lady's spokesperson, said Melania Trump will continue looking for ways to reach out to people during the outbreak.
Findings could explain why Earth is habitable—or that activity could increase in the future, putting planet at risk.
Each president since Eisenhower has used the proclamation to promote a message of loyalty and, at times, highlight threats against America.
With less than two percent tested for the virus in the country, including potentially infected people who died without being tested, the death toll is likely to spike.
A man suspected of crossing the U.S.-Mexico border illegally is the first person in CBP custody to test positive for COVID-19.
Democrats on the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee want to know what steps the Office of Personnel Management is taking to ensure that frontline federal workers have adequate access to personal protective equipment.
The map was put together using six regional maps made during the Apollo era, in combination with information collected during recent lunar missions.
Scientists have analyzed fossils from the Cambrian explosion 540 million years ago to the present day to explore levels of marine biodiversity over time.
A series of recent polls found that most Americans trust their governors far more than President Trump when it comes to whether to retain social distancing measures, but National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Disease Director Dr. Anthony Fauci is a more trusted figure than even both of them.
Less than one percent have been tested for the virus in both Texas and California.
As we celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, travel photographer Susan Portnoy looks back on her favorite photos she's taken around the world, believing we've given our battered planet the best present this year: We're leaving it alone (for now).
In a letter to House Democrats, Speaker Nancy Pelosi said progress was being made on a deal for a fourth coronavirus relief package.
Several metropolitan areas across the country, including New York City and Detroit, have reported a spike in unconfirmed COVID-19-related deaths at home.