New York City is barring its famous summer street celebrations for the month of June, and the state is exploring new ways to expand coronavirus testing.
By Jennifer Peltz, Karen Matthews, Marina Villeneuve, Associated Press
The spread of coronavirus in the U.S. has shut down businesses and schools and forced widespread cancellations, from major sporting events to religious services. But with the help of social media, some artists and musicians are making sure that the…
By Christopher Booker
The NHL is halting play with 189 games left in the regular season and sparking uncertainty about how many more if any could be go on before the playoffs.
By Stephen Whyno, John Wawrow, Associated Press
Chicago's mayor said Wednesday that the parade that was scheduled for Saturday posed too big of a public health risk.
By Don Babwin, Associated Press
By Associated Press
A wild start to the month on U.S. markets is becoming the new normal due to uncertainty over the coronavirus, which is now officially a pandemic.
By Alexandra Jaffe, Will Weissert, Associated Press
The moves suggest the coronavirus could upend the Democratic primary at a pivotal time in the race for both candidates.
News Wrap: Deadly winter storm threatens Thanksgiving travel plans…
Thousands of U.S. travelers found their holiday weekends unexpectedly extended due to a massive winter storm that roared up the East Coast, dumping more than a foot of snow in some places in the Northeast and canceling thousands of flights.
By PBS NewsHour
A British Airways flight from London to Washington, D.C., was cancelled for a second day Friday as the U.S. government and its allies continued to scrutinize flights coming into the United States for possible terrorist threats.
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