As of Wednesday, the U.S. had more than 1.2 million cases of the novel coronavirus and more than 71,000 people have died from COVID-19, the disease caused by it.
America has identified more than four times as many cases as Spain, the country with the second-largest outbreak.
A labor-intensive and time-consuming process, officials say it's key to preventing a resurgence of the novel coronavirus.
America's approaching 1 million cases of a new coronavirus and officials believe there may be more recoveries than reported given the results from preliminary antibody testing.
Although America has the highest number of deaths, President Trump claims the country is faring better than others on a per capita basis.
President Donald Trump said the U.S. is expected to have fewer deaths than even the "optimistic projections" but added that even one death is too many.
Researchers used tree rings to compare recent weather patterns to megadroughts over the past millenium.
The deadline has been changed this year, though, due to COVID-19.
Fauci said one option for reopening the country could be to do it on a more localized scale, not a national one.
More than 557,000 people have tested positive for the new coronavirus in the U.S., where the largest outbreak worldwide is occurring.
Computer models have been used to predict the global impacts of a national food crisis similar to the 1930s Dust Bowl.
Guidelines to control the spread of COVID-19 over the next 15 days encourages Americans to stay at home if they start to feel ill and limite social gatherings to 10 people or fewer.
The survey by Ipsos found that a plurality of boomers felt their generation had a positive impact on modern American society.
Despite restricting travel from China and urging Americans to not go there, government officials maintained that the risk to the American public is low.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention expects additional cases will be found over the next days and weeks.
Reza Pahlavi said U.S. lawmakers must set aside their differences and establish a bipartisan, pro-democracy agenda on Iran.
For one student, the past two weeks have been the worst of his entire life, but he still has hope for the future.
"That is something really incredible," President Trump said. "It's a big moment. That's a big moment, and we're all here for it. Space. Going to be a lot of things happening in space."
Mayor Charlie's swearing in ceremony comes after he was "elected" in October to serve the local communities in Grimes County.
A third edition of the minimalist artwork by Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan is being sold for $150,000.
Pro-democracy candidates swept the local elections to take 17 of 18 district councils and almost 90 percent of all seats.
New research suggests current air pollution standards are failing to protect human health and life.
Levels of high confidence in scientists continues to hover around 40 percent despite concerns that the Trump Administration would attempt to undermine and discredit scientific information.
"This was not an easy decision," Syracuse University Chancellor Kent Syverud said in an email obtained by Newsweek. "While we do not believe our students are in imminent danger, safety and security conditions are deteriorating in Hong Kong."
And yes, the post office should be operating as business as usual.
It's pretty easy to know what time it is in most time zones, but things get a little trickier when trying to schedule a time to chat with people in Hawaii and Arizona.
Roughly three-quarters of Democrats believe diversity makes American stronger, and about half of Republicans respondents agreed.
Naama Issachar, a 25-year-old Israeli-American woman, was sentenced to seven and a half years in prison on a narcotics smuggling charge after less than a third of an ounce of cannabis was found in her luggage.
"It was by virtue of our bondage that we became the most American of all," the Times author writes. But aren't all of us "the most American of all"?
"I'm telling you, 95 percent of this country is behind him in this message. I mean, people love this nation," Eric Trump said as the president continues to fight off criticism of racist rhetoric he levelled against four Democratic lawmakers.