Woman and baby walk through State Park border crossing

U.S., Canada Extend Border Restrictions For 5th Time Due To COVID-19

Canada's Public Safety Minister Bill Blair tweeted that "reciprocal restrictions" would continue until at least Sept. 21.


0:59People line up for phase-2 testing for COVID-19 at a facility launched by the Hayward Fire department
Ben Margot / AP

CDC: Suicidal Thoughts Rise Among Young Adults Amid Pandemic

1:58This bag of plasma donated by a COVID-19 survivor could hlep new patients, but experts worry they'll never get solid proof.

Researchers Say Plasma May Help COVID-19 Patients, But Lack Proof

0:54The Ranch Fire burns over a residential area, Thursday, Aug. 13, 2020, in Azusa, Calif.
Marcio Jose Sanchez / AP

Weather Conditions Create Problems With Wildfires

1:01People line up behind a health care worker at a mobile Coronavirus testing site in Los Angeles, California.
Marcio Jose Sanchez / AP

CA Officials Question Coronavirus Data After Technical Glitch

1:58A group sitting outside.

How Risky Are After-School Activities?

0:52Dr. Efraim Vela slips through a makeshift door to an area for pregnant women and new moms with COVID-19 at DHR Health
Eric Gray / AP

CDC Predicts About 189,000 Americans Will Die From COVID-19 By Sept. 5

1:37Cars queue at a COVID-19 test centre in Auckland, New Zealand, Thursday, Aug. 13, 2020
Dean Purcel / AP

New Zealand Extends Auckland Lockdown After Months Without New Cases

0:48Dr. Robert Redfield
Saul Loeb / AP

CDC Head Warns Coronavirus Could Be 'Worst Fall' In Public Health

1:02Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp looks on during a coronavirus briefing at the Capitol Friday, July 17, 2020, in Atlanta.
John Bazemore / AP

Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp Drops Mask Lawsuit Against Atlanta

2:28A Duke University scientist running a test on the efficacy of masks.
Duke Health

Which Face Masks Work Best?

0:30Letter carriers load mail trucks for deliveries at a U.S. Postal Service facility in McLean, Va.
J. Scott Applewhite / AP

Congress Deadlocked On Stimulus Bill Over Postal Funding

0:31A firefighter watches the Lake Hughes fire consumes a home in Angeles National Forest.
Ringo H.W. Chiu / AP

California Brush Fire Forces Evacuations

2:59Arizona State University Campus
Arizona State University

Colleges Sit On Emergency Cash Meant For Students

0:44Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Building
Pablo Martinez Monsivais / AP

The EPA Is Rescinding Obama-Era Methane Regulations

1:22A group sharing pencils, paper, and classroom materials.

What's The Risk Of Shared Classroom Materials?

1:17Cars queue at a COVID-19 test centre in Auckland, New Zealand, Thursday, Aug. 13, 2020
Dean Purcel / AP

Auckland, New Zealand, Under Lockdown After Months Without New Cases

1:05Desks are spaced out in a classroom
Jennifer Sinco Kelleher / AP

Trump Administration To Give 125 Million Face Masks To Schools

Woman wears a mask and carries shopping bags.

Gender Pay Gap And Pandemic Worsens Economic Stability For Black Women

2:20Workers treat a coronavirus patient in a Texas hospital

Experts 'Extremely Concerned' As Lags, Inconsistency Plague Virus Data

1:20Sheriff Billy Woods, Marion County Sheriff's Office

Florida Sheriff Tells Officers: 'Face Masks Will Not Be Worn'

2:02Mendy McNulty swabs the nose of her son, Andrew, 7, Tuesday, July 28, 2020, in their home in Mount Juliet, Tenn.
AP Photo/Mark Humphrey

DIY COVID-19 Study on 2,000 Families Underway

2:58School bus file photo
Keith Srakocic / AP

Districts, School Bus Companies Face Challenges in Return To Class

0:59An Arizona National Guard member delivers COVID-19 related posters on Aug. 10, 2020
Arizona National Guard

Lawmakers Push For Full Federal Funding Of National Guard

1:47Children on a field trip.

What's The Risk Of A School Field Trip?

0:58Cases of eggs from Cal-Maine Foods, Inc., await to be handed out by the Mississippi Department of Agriculture and Commerce
Rogelio V. Solis / AP

Agriculture Department Extends Deadline For Farmers To Apply For Aid

1:05a nurse prepares a shot as a study of a possible COVID-19 vaccine, developed by the National Institutes of Health and Moderna
Hans Pennink / AP

U.S. Agrees To Buy 100 Million Doses Of Another COVID-19 Vaccine

2:30An employee works on a vaccine in Moscow, Russia

Russia's Vaccine Claims Come With Little Evidence, Incomplete Testing

1:44Ohio State football players celebrate
Associated Press

Big Ten, Pac-12 Push College Football To Spring Due To COVID-19


A Global Race And Safety Fears, After Russia Approves COVID-19 Vaccine

1:03New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio speaks.
Frank Franklin II / AP

NYC Prepares To Send 700,000 Students To Schools This Fall