Can facial recognition be used to identify people who have coronavirus? And what privacy concerns should we have?
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way people live, work and socialize – but what if the coronavirus had hit 40 years ago?
The top infectious-disease expert in the United States is warning that smaller U.S. cities are about to witness the rapid acceleration in coronavirus cases that New York is seeing.
Californians endured a weekend of stepped-up restrictions aimed at keeping them home as much as possible while health officials got ready for a week with a possible dramatic surge in coronavirus cases.
COVID-19: This week, the Pew Research Center released a series of surveys that measured Americans’ attitudes toward the coronavirus pandemic.
A detailed look at a distillery that shut down its liquor production and switched to making hand sanitizer.
Are we doing enough to flatten the curve of COVID-19? Is a 'Great Depression II' coming to a post-coronavirus world? We spoke with AMU's Dr. Chris Reynolds.
Despite what you may have read in a text message or on social media, there are currently no plans for a national quarantine, let alone martial law.
For most Americans alive today, the idea of shared national sacrifice is a memory handed down from a grandparent or something seen in a movie.