With all of the people who have been devastated by the novel coronavirus pandemic, it was just a matter of time before someone sought legal retribution.
Two months into the epic battle against this devastating disease, there is so much we do not yet know about COVID-19 -- but are we really listening to the doctors revealing discoveries that might help us get ahead of it?
Each day, the novel coronavirus' death toll continues to climb worldwide, yet its devastating cost reaches even beyond the human lives it claims. Here's a breakdown by the numbers.
How could a harmless dinner party become a hotbed of disease and send the coronavirus swirling around the world?
The United States now has more COVID-19 cases and deaths than any other nation in the world, and 65% of Americans believe that President Donald Trump could have -- and should have -- done more to prevent it from happening.
After keeping beaches open during Spring Break and likely helping to spread the novel coronavirus to the rest of the U.S., Florida is now doing its part to ensure its resurgence -- flattened curves be damned.
"Give Me Liberty, bring on COVID" seems to be the rallying cry for thousands of protesters across America who are fed up with being protected from disease.
2020's novel coronavirus may have begun in China, but it crept into U.S. cities like Milwaukee, Wis. through a white, affluent suburb. Now, it has completely exploded within communities of color.
Could a glimmer of "hope" be appearing on the horizon of the coronavirus pandemic within the United States? Despite the tragic loss of life that the country has already suffered, a new model projects the final total to be less than previously thought.
A superstar scientist is under investigation for her choice of words regarding the way coronavirus is ravaging black people and communities, implying that it could be "genocide."
If you still think coronavirus is a joke or that masks and social distancing do not matter, consider this true story where 75% of a Washington choir's members got sick from a single practice -- despite taking precautions.