United States passes 4 million coronavirus cases, Trump cancels in-person Republican National Convention in Florida, and pandemic unemployment benefit set to expire at end of month.
California now has nation’s highest number of coronavirus cases, U.S. strikes $2 billion coronavirus vaccine deal with Pfizer, and former ‘Rosie the Riveter’ makes masks to protect against coronavirus.
President Trump says coronavirus pandemic will ‘get worse before it gets better,’ growing concern over spike of coronavirus cases in Florida retirement community, and summer camps reveal possible challenges for reopening schools.
Oxford coronavirus vaccine shows promising results, suspect in ambush of federal judge’s family found dead, and Americans pay tribute to civil rights leader Rep. John Lewis.
**President Trump says he’ll ‘be right eventually’ and coronavirus will disappear, Miami sets curfew as coronavirus cases surge in Florida, and Portland protests were ‘deescalating’ before federal agents arrived, the mayor says.**
Marcus Samuelsson is one of the most successful chefs and restaurateurs working today – he owns more than a dozen restaurants and hosts his own show, “No Passport Required.”
Congressman and civil rights giant John Lewis dies at age 80, Florida and Texas hospitals overwhelmed as coronavirus cases surge, and President Trump gives mixed messaging on mask debate.
Coronavirus cases continue surging across southern U.S. as death toll nears 140,000, Ginsberg receiving treatment for cancer recurrence, and 100-year-old veteran Captain Tom Moore knighted by Queen Elizabeth.
New states and retailers require masks as U.S. coronavirus cases top 3.5 million, intelligence agencies say Russian hackers tried to steal COVID-19 research, and how New Jersey educators are trying to balance school and safety.
Growing push for mask mandate as 22 states set daily coronavirus case records, schools' plans for reopening vary across the country, and small businesses feel second round of pain as some states roll back reopenings.
California issues rollback on reopening measures as coronavirus cases rise, Florida sets its single-day record for coronavirus-related deaths, and New York orders travelers from more states to quarantine for two weeks.
California rolls back reopening as coronavirus cases surge, Washington’s NFL team retires name widely viewed as anti-Indigenous slur, and body of ‘Glee’ actress Naya Rivera found at Lake Piru in California.
**Florida breaks coronavirus records with 15,300 new cases in one day, White House officials working to undermine Dr. Anthony Fauci’s credibility, and at least 21 injured in explosion on San Diego Navy ship.**
Uproar after President Trump commutes Roger Stone’s sentence, COVID-19 death tolls rise in Texas, Arizona and Florida, and Disney World reopens amid coronavirus surge in Florida.
U.S. records more than 50,000 new coronavirus cases for second day, Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged accomplice Ghislaine Maxwell arrested, and how wage and wealth gaps are hurting African Americans.
Coronavirus cases surge in Arizona, California, Georgia and Texas, group of Harvey Weinstein accusers reach tentative $19 million settlement, and father of Elijah McClain speaks out about fight for justice.
California, Arizona reverse reopening plans, Fauci warns U.S. coronavirus cases could increase to 100,000 a day, and in-depth look at the lack of diversity in mental health professionals.
Florida beaches will close for July Fourth as more states slow or reverse openings, four former police officers charged in the death of George Floyd make court appearance, and key election official raises alarm over expanded mail-in voting.
HHS Secretary warns ‘the window is closing’ as coronavirus surges across South, Vice President Pence in Texas encourages residents to wear masks, and President Trump says ‘nobody briefed’ him on alleged Russian plot offering bounties on U.S. soldiers.