Workers treat a coronavirus patient in a Texas hospital

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

The federal government's new system for collecting and reporting hospitalization data replaced a CDC tool that, so far, reported more consistent data.

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3:23A police officer holds a stun gun to the back of a man's neck
Image courtesy of Fairfax County Police Department

FBI Postpones Use-Of-Force Data Release

0:58R. Kelly, center, arrives at the Leighton Criminal Court building for an arraignment on sex-related felonies in Chicago
Amr Alfiky / AP

3 Men Charged With Intimidating Alleged R. Kelly Victims

2:05Joe Biden and Kamala Harris arrive to speak at their first joint campaign event in Wilmington, Delaware.
Carolyn Kaster / AP

Joe Biden, Kamala Harris Make Campaign Debut As Running Mates

3:19Monument Valley, Utah
Rick Bowmer / AP

Native American Voters Face Hurdles Ahead Of Election

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

1:04Protesters march in Portland
Nathan Howard / AP

Portland District Attorney Won't Pursue Most Protest-Related Charges

1:47Children on a field trip.
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What's The Risk Of A School Field Trip?

0:37U.S. and South Korean army soldiers together for their annual joint military exercise.
Ahn Young-joon / AP

U.S., South Korea To Conduct Scaled-Down Joint Military Drills

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AP

Seattle's Carmen Best Joins Long List Of Police Chief Resignations

0:45Sheneen McClain speaks during a rally and march over the death of her son, Elijah McClain, outside the police department in A
AP / David Zalubowski

Elijah McClain Family Sues City Of Aurora, Police And Paramedics

1:06Image from video of Santa Clarita, California, incident
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Officials Investigating Santa Clarita, California, Police Incident

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

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

1:27Scene of the Baltimore explosion
Baltimore City Fire Department

At Least 2 People Dead, 7 Others Injured In Baltimore Explosion

0:55A downed tree limb blocks a roadway in Chicago's Lakeview neighborhood on Monday, Aug. 10, 2020.
Tom Berman / AP

Derecho Devastates Parts Of The Midwest

1:19Children boarding a school bus.
Videoblocks

What's The Risk Of Riding The School Bus?

1:24President Trump briefs the media
Andrew Harnick / AP

Trump Escorted Out Of Briefing Following Shooting Near White House

2:31Students enter a classroom in Texas
AP

Amid 40% Rise Of Coronavirus In Kids, School Return Gets Bumpy Start

3:03Vandalized store in Chicago following overnight looting
Charles Rex Arbogast / AP

Chicago Shooting And Rumors Spark Overnight Looting Downtown

1:15Ethanol fuel, Alternative fuels, Biofuels, Alternative and sustainable energy, Energy and the environment, Environment, Envir
Charlie Neibergall / AP

EPA To Roll Back Methane Gas Regulations

1:00Sen. Ted Cruz asks a question during a committee hearing.
Jonathan Newton / AP

China Sanctions 11 U.S. Citizens In Dispute Over Hong Kong

0:59In a 2017 file photo, McDonald's CEO Steve Easterbrook is interviewed at the New York Stock Exchange.
Richard Drew / AP

McDonald's Sues Former CEO Over Relationships With Employees

1:13An empty classroom.
Videoblocks

What's The Risk Of School Lunch In A Classroom?

0:42Thousands of bikers rode through the streets for the opening day of the 80th annual Sturgis Motorcycle rally Friday, Aug. 7.
Stephen Groves / AP

Sioux Checkpoints Aim To Block Bikers From Crossing Tribal Lands

1:24President Donald Trump poses with Liberty University president Jerry Falwell Jr.
Steve Helber / AP

Liberty University President To Take Indefinite Leave Of Absence

1:25People at a mobile Coronavirus testing site
Marcio Jose Sanchez / AP

U.S. Surpasses 5 Million COVID-19 Cases

1:20A protester leads a crowd to the sheriff's office in Portland.
AP

Portland Police Declare Riot After Fire Set In Police Union Building

1:39John Elliott Neville died from complications after officers restrained him as he repeatedly said, "I can't breathe."
Forsyth County Sheriff's Office

Video Shows Black Inmate Saying 'I Can't Breathe' Before His Death

1:08U.S. Postal Service worker delivers mail
Rogelio V. Solis / AP

U.S. Postal Service Head Displaces Top Executives In Shake Up