Landlords across the country are challenging a CDC moratorium on evictions, leaving some families without recourse as the pandemic worsens.
Meet four newlywed couples who refused to let the coronavirus pandemic derail their trip to the altar in 2020.
The conspirators met several times during the summer to practice shooting firearms and crafting explosive devices.
Shirley Bannister, 57, the nursing department chair at Midlands Technical College, died less than three weeks after her daughter.
Thierno Keita, the father of Lacinet Keita, is upset that his son was sent home despite having no apparent symptoms of the virus.
The pretty and compact packaging makes it a great keepsake that’s also practical.
At a briefing, Trump insisted that he didn't lie when asked directly about misleading the American public about the coronavirus pandemic.
The remote hearing will center around ensuring a free, fair and safe general election, even amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Remixing Jack Harlow's "What's Poppin," Audrianna Williams and Callie Evans wanted to find a fun way to get students excited about online learning.
With their careers in limbo, these three Black couples focused on the positive and strengthened their bonds.
The ACLU tells the New York Times that it's believed to be the first legislative initiative of its kind in the United States.
Mike, one half of the R&B duo, has been battling the virus since July 16.
The Economic Justice Act seeks to address the systemic racism and historic underinvestment in communities of color.
The co-stars opened up their wallets to keep everyone safe.
The singer and soon-to-be mom of three talks about the "unique challenges" of being pregnant during COVID-19.
The comedian was working his way through a comedy set when he suddenly collapsed.
The media mogul is partnering with organizations across the country to help get help to families affected by COVID-19.
Donald Trump has long supported the use of the unproven drug hydroxychloroquine to combat the coronavirus, despite warnings from experts.