ORLANDO, Fla. -- Data released this week by the White House paints a bleak portrait for Florida's hospitals, which are already grappling with the biggest public health crisis in a century with the worst still yet to come. ...Read more
The sudden, devastating rise in U.S. joblessness during the coronavirus crisis has evoked images from the Great Depression -- abject destitution leading to bread lines and apples sold on street corners, and so on.
MIAMI -- As of Monday, Carolina Guity and her husband will be jobless with two young children at home to feed.
Guity, an undocumented domestic worker from Honduras, was one of tens of thousands of people in Florida who ...Read more
SAN DIEGO -- With a traditional Navy pipe and the ringing of four bells, the quarterdeck watch stander on board the San Diego-based carrier Theodore Roosevelt announced his captain's final departure according to Navy ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- The United States on Friday recorded at least 1,000 COVID-19 deaths in a single day, a sad milestone in the nation's war to stop the spread of the novel virus, according to figures maintained by Johns Hopkins...Read more
Walt Disney Studios' live-action fantasy film "Artemis Fowl" will skip movie theaters and go straight to streaming on Disney+, the company said Friday.
Disney has not said when the movie will appear on the streaming ...Read more
As John Prine remains in the hospital fighting COVID-19, his wife tweeted an update Thursday night that went into some detail about what's going on with the esteemed 73-year-old Americana singer-songwriter.
"This is John'...Read more
For 65 years, the Advanced Placement test has been a hallmark of a rigorous high school education, allowing bright students to demonstrate mastery of a subject through a passing score that can lead to college credits.
MINNEAPOLIS -- 3M on Friday said it would work with the government to boost the availability of its respirator masks in the U.S. under the Defense Production Act, but it rejected suggestions by President Donald Trump and ...Read more
There's an opportunistic virus out there, and it's called "Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness."
Netflix's true crime-meets-trashy reality TV docuseries dropped late last month, just as Americans were asked to stay ...Read more
CHICAGO -- Almost 300 employees at the Trump International Hotel & Tower were among more than 14,000 layoffs reported to the state in March, most of them related to the new coronavirus' effect on the economy as companies ...Read more
DETROIT -- A Detroit bus driver, who complained -- and warned -- in a Facebook video post about the dangers of the coronavirus has died. He admonished riders to not board and start coughing.
Jason Hargrove died Wednesday ...Read more
Kim Prather, a leading atmospheric chemist at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, wants to yell out her window at every surfer, runner, and biker she spots along the San Diego coast.
"I wouldn't go in the water if ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Gaining citizenship is a long, expensive and complicated process -- one that has gotten more so under the Trump administration.
As the system currently stands, it can take 10 years or more for a person who ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- As dozens of nuclear power plants prepare for intricate refueling operations this spring, they'll be without the usual complement of on-site inspectors from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, which has told ...Read more
Ford Motor Co. would like the U.S. government to sponsor an automotive stimulus program to help the industry get back on its feet after the coronavirus crisis abates.
"We think some level of stimulus somewhere on the ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- The day officials announced that all Los Angeles schools would shut down, Tamra Johnson made a spreadsheet outlining the next few weeks for her 5-year-old son.
An engineer by trade, Johnson wanted to make ...Read more
Kari DeHaven has been baking since she was a kid, learning from her grandma.
But she'd never tried sourdough until a new work-from-home routine and inspiration from social media convinced her to give it a shot. Since ...Read more
CHICAGO -- Morgan Elise Johnson has been hosting virtual meditation sessions each weekday morning through her digital media company The Triibe, to bring a sense of calm to the audience during the coronavirus outbreak.
MANILA, Philippines -- The cost of the coronavirus pandemic could be as high as $4.1 trillion, or almost 5% of global gross domestic product, depending on the disease's spread through Europe, the U.S. and other major ...Read more
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