Texas health officials announced over 600 additional deaths were being counted on Monday as they changed their COVID-19 death reporting method to rely on the cause of death listed on death certificates.
Some observers have alleged that state governments, such as Ipwa and Florida, are not presenting the public with accurate coronavirus statistics.
The city had 550 more shooting victims this year compared with the same period, January 1 through July 11, in 2019.
The latest state coronavirus report for Florida showed around 11,445 new coronavirus cases recorded for July 3.
Chicago had at least 106 people shot, 13 of them fatally, over Father's Day weekend.
Increasing numbers of young people being diagnosed with COVID-19 in the U.S. could be tied to a decrease in new deaths as the pandemic continues.
The Russian president touted his government's ability to contain and minimize coronavirus deaths better than the United States, despite his country's reported death toll being widely criticized internationally.
We could have a powerful tool against a second wave of COVID.
Georgia reported 953 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, representing the largest daily increase of infections since May 1.
Chicago recorded its most violent Memorial Day weekend in years, with nine dead and at least 36 others injured with more than 24 hours left in the unofficial start to summer 2020.
U.S. deaths due to the coronavirus numbered nearly 70,000 as of Monday, by far the largest total in the world, although some other countries do have higher per capita death rates.
The numbers can sound bad, but within context, they show the impact of the virus on different countries worldwide.
"When people do turn to restaurants, it's overwhelmingly for delivery and takeout, not for dine-in options that until just a week ago were prevalent," said a report from Yelp.
"I'd rather have them stay on," Trump said Friday of people onboard a cruise ship where coronavirus was detected moored off the coast of San Francisco, "but I fully understand if they'd rather take them off."
"This is a contagious virus, we're concerned about it, we don't have a vaccine for it," Dr. Marc Siegel said Friday. "But there's no reason to believe it's actually more problematic or deadly than influenza."
Data used for the FBI's annual report on crime in the United States said that murder, assault and robbery were down in 2018—but that there was an increase in rape.
The country's deputy prime minister called out unorthodox regional statistics at a meeting with medical officials.
"Australia has strict gun laws and they still own guns AND the country is safe from unnecessary gun violence. See how that works?"
"This problem has the same urgency as opioids and gun violence," said a doctor whose patient was tricked into giving up most of his life savings.
Border enforcement authorities announced Tuesday that more than 76,000 migrants crossed the U.S. border with Mexico without authorization last month.
A survey revealed at "a devastating litany of the challenges" women face when seeking diagnosis and treatment for the disease.
Researchers believe ex-smokers not only relapse because of the physical cravings of cigarettes, but also psychological ones.
Researchers hope their findings will help to develop a treatment for cocaine addiction.