Let’s not panic. Instead, let’s all take those measures necessary to protect ourselves and our loved ones to reduce the number of cases.
COVID-19: Restaurant employees -- many of whom aren't paid when not working -- face hardships worsened by many U.S. companies asking staff to work from home.
The coronavirus has now been confirmed in at least 30 of Africa’s 54 countries, and officials fear the virus will devastate crowded low-income communities.
COVID-19: Millions began their work week holed up at home, as the outbreak shifted the nation’s daily routines in ways never before seen in U.S. history.
South Korea is adopting tough emergency measures to stop the coronavirus from devastating the country after an outbreak in a church in the southeastern city of Daegu and in a nearby town.
While the momentum is certainly there for more PTSD legislation and discussion, it will not be an easy fix for policy makers.
The U.N. secretary-general said Tuesday the virus outbreak that began in China poses “a very dangerous situation” for the world, but “is not out of control.”
High water is wreaking havoc across the Great Lakes, which are bursting at the seams less than a decade after bottoming out.
A Maine company that severed an underground propane line that caused a deadly propane explosion won't face criminal charges, officials said Friday.
Officials say a crack in a 92-year-old natural gas main led to the explosion that devastated a South Philadelphia block last month.