During the pandemic, Americans have replaced dining out with take-out and delivery meals. As a result, more customers and restaurants are relying on apps like Grubhub and Uber Eats to transport food. But restaurants say the apps consume their profits,…
Throughout the pandemic, the NewsHour has highlighted courageous front-line workers who are keeping the country running in the face of unprecedented hardship. Bridget Rhodes is one of these essential workers, a 911 dispatcher in Portland, Oregon, who has offered a…
By Zeke Miller, Associated Press, Marilynn Marchione, AP Chief Medical Writer
U.S. officials believe as many as 20 million Americans have contracted the coronavirus since it first arrived in the country. That's nearly 10 times as many infections as the 2.3 million cases that have been confirmed so far.
By Jennifer Peltz, Elaine Kurtenbach, Associated Press
The daily U.S. count of new coronavirus cases stood near an all-time high Thursday. It's hovering close to the late-April peak that marked some of the darkest and deadliest days of the crisis so far.
By Justin Stabley
The deaths of Black Americans at the hands of police have pushed race in America to the forefront of the national conversation. But for many, discussions about racism and the reality of living in America as a Black person happen…
By Christopher Rugaber, Associated Press
The number of laid-off workers who applied for unemployment benefits declined slightly to 1.48 million last week, the 12th straight drop and a sign that layoffs are slowing but are still at a painfully high level.
By Al-Hadji Kudra Maliro, Krista Larson, Associated Press
Eastern Congo marked an official end Thursday to the second deadliest Ebola outbreak in history, which killed 2,280 people over nearly two years.
By Associated Press
Doctors at Honduras' Military Hospital say President Juan Orlando Hernández is improving after being placed on oxygen a day earlier. Hernández tested positive for COVID-19 last week and a day later was hospitalized with pneumonia.
By Cara Anna, Associated Press
The large-scale trial of the vaccine developed at the University of Oxford is being conducted in South Africa, Britain and Brazil.
By Associated Press
Organizers said they made the decision to cancel because of health and safety concerns for runners, volunteers, spectators and others.
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