Fed up with the life-threatening conditions in which its members are being forced to work, a New York nurses union took legal action against the state and two hospitals.
Detroit, like most big cities, has been hit hard by the deadly coronavirus, and on Sunday, the Detroit News reported that the disease has claimed its first child victim.
You get a ban, everyone gets a ban! President Donald Trump is back to his favorite social media platform, revealing on Twitter that he plans to ban immigration into the United States amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The deadly coronavirus has taken a toll on many families. For the selfless souls facing it daily as they work on the front lines, home and family life is even harder.
Some people are calling foul on news reports which they say contain photographs from different times or places in their coverage of the April 2020 reopening of Jacksonville, Florida, beaches.
Just beneath the madness and mayhem surrounding the novel coronavirus, another medical battle is being waged -- but this one is in the courts.
Yumi Hogan is more than just a first lady. She’s proven to be a woman of candor and spirit of compassion who has her own connections in high places.
Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger, Instagram’s founders, teamed up to launch their first product since leaving Facebook. Rt.live is an up-to-date tracker of how fast COVID-19 is spreading across each state in the U.S.
After serving nearly 44 years in prison, a Michigan man died from coronavirus just weeks before his scheduled parole.
Attempting to head off the shortage of ventilators that would soon sweep the United States, Scott Cohen and Marcel Botha rose to the challenge and developed one within a month.
“We are still in a very serious situation…we must be sure that we continue to be strict and disciplined with our social distancing,” Gov. McMaster said at the press conference, as he planned to reopen the state of South Carolina.
While some businesses are seeing bailouts from the government, the cannabis industry is being left up in smoke, as some are finding themselves cut out of federal aid.
Until Monday, two American states allowed defendants to be convicted by "majority rule." Now, the U.S. Supreme Court has stepped in and established a single standard for juries across the entire nation.
Wiping out a decade of employment gains, more than 22 million Americans have filed for unemployment aid since President Trump declared a national emergency.
Defying stay-at-home orders -- even to attend a religious service -- isn't brave, it's misguided and potentially deadly.