The U.S. is close to recording 200,000 U.S. coronavirus deaths, angering those who blame President Trump for indifference, but relieving others who say the toll could have been much worse. Get caught up on this week and what's ahead.
U.S. officials sought to assure a skeptical public that they can trust any vaccine the government ultimately approves, Missouri's governor has tested positive for COVID-19 and more. Here's the latest virus news.
The past week delivered sobering numbers: More than 7 million COVID-19 cases confirmed in total, with cases and deaths rising again in more than 20 states. See for yourself where things are headed this fall.
Virus review: Scientists are starting to unravel the mystery behind why some COVID-19 patients are only mildly ill and others rapidly die; Pelosi and Mnuchin are meeting again in relief bill talks; and more.
President Trump left the hospital where he has been receiving an unprecedented level of care for COVID-19, declaring that despite his illness the nation should not be afraid of the virus that has killed more than 210,000 Americans.
With confirmed new cases topping 350,000 a day, an official reminded: "The majority of people in the world are still susceptible to this disease." Our 8 continually updating graphics show you the latest. Plus: Stay safe with a new guide to COVID-19 signs and treatment.
Health officials say new safety steps will help protect the first people vaccinated. Plus, college sports suffers more setbacks due to positive tests. Get a rundown of news today plus safety tips and stats on COVID-19 spread.
Joe Biden's campaign said Thursday that vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris will suspend in-person events until Monday after two people associated with the campaign tested positive for coronavirus.
Restaurants, bars, shops and more: Roughly one in five U.S. small businesses have closed. Now experts worry widespread closings could prevent economic recovery. Plus, today's updates on the fight to contain COVID-19.
The U.N. health agency says the world's largest randomized trial of COVID-19 treatments found “conclusive evidence” that remdesivir has little or no effect on severe cases. Here's the latest virus news.
Coronavirus cases are spiking in six election battleground states, potentially complicating voting. The U.S. on Friday surpassed 8 million COVID-19 cases in a new surge setting the country up for a difficult winter, health experts say.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell told fellow Republicans that he has warned the White House not to divide the GOP by sealing a pre-election COVID-19 relief deal with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi — even as he publicly said he'd put any such bill to a vote.
Newly confirmed infections per day are rising in 47 states, and deaths are up in 34. Get the latest updates, and view charts that show spread in your county and state. Plus, reminders of how to protect yourself.
England joined European countries such as France, Germany and Belgium in imposing a second lockdown as hospitals filled. In the U.S., parents and costumed kids found Halloween fun while also minding pandemic rules. Get your own safety refresher here.
Daily new confirmed coronavirus cases in the U.S. have surged 45% over the past two weeks. Deaths are also on the rise. See where and how fast in our state and nation. Will we be able to tame the pandemic this winter?
Over 11 million cases of COVID-19 have now been reported in the U.S. The virus is spreading more rapidly than it has at any time since the pandemic began. These charts show you how and where it's spreading. Also, a look at the latest virus developments.
Coronavirus update: Long lines to get tested have reappeared across the U.S., while the number of Americans seeking unemployment aid rose last week — the first increase in five weeks. Here's the latest.
It was the firmest guidance yet from the government on curtailing traditional gatherings to fight the outbreak. Plus: Managers accused of betting on how many workers would get sick, and 9 charts that show where and how fast the virus spreads in our communities.
The coronavirus is taking an increasingly dire toll this week just as a vaccine appears closer at hand. Some states and cities will impose sharper restrictions. Get the rundown, plus a look at spread in our counties, state and nation.
Hearing specialists across the U.S. say they have seen an uptick in visits from people who only realized how much they relied on lip reading and facial expressions when people started wearing masks that cover the nose and mouth.
See for yourself how and where COVID-19 coronavirus is spreading, and how fast, in our state and nation. The U.S. averages 172,000 new cases per day and 1,529 deaths. Plus, view our easy interactive guide to protect yourself.
Educators may reconsider plans to bring students back after winter holidays while the country still faces crushing virus infection rates. Also today: The latest stats show 13 million cases; plus a look at virus-wary holiday shoppers.
Nearly 1.2 million people passed through U.S. airports Sunday, the largest number since the pandemic gripped the country in March, despite pleas from health experts for Americans to stay home over Thanksgiving.
Health care workers and nursing home residents should be at the front of the line when the first coronavirus vaccine shots become available, a government advisory panel said Tuesday. Here's the latest virus news.