Healthy Mother Of Two Gets First Dose Of Experimental Vaccine For CoronavirusA mother of two teenagers has become the first person in the United States to receive a test of an experimental coronavirus vaccine.
Report: Israel Approves Tracking Phones Of Coronavirus PatientsIsrael approved emergency measures Sunday that allow the government to track the movements of those infected with the coronavirus using their cellphone data and other technologies.
Businesses, Organizations Overrun Email Inboxes With Coronavirus UpdatesBusinesses, schools, organizations and charities are flooding our email boxes with messages explaining how they are handling the coronavirus outbreak.
Dog Waiting 7 Years For Adoption Pleads For '2nd Chance' On Social MediaA shelter dog that has been waiting 7 years to be adopted has received about 30 adoption applications since her story was posted on social media this week.
World War II Veteran, 94, To Graduate From High School: 'It Means A Whole Lot'A veteran of World War II who didn't finish high school in his youth will soon get get the diploma that's eluded him for decades.
Parents Spray Children With Disinfectant As Coronavirus Fear SpreadsParents with children at two Tennessee schools are taking extra precautions after it was revealed a district employee came in contact with a person who tested positive for the coronavirus.
Coronavirus Concerns Force Some Las Vegas Hotels To Close Food BuffetsAnother American institution is temporarily going by the wayside over concerns about the coronavirus: the food buffets in Las Vegas.
Big Brother Takes Little Sister To Father-Daughter Dance After Father Stands Her Up For Second TimeA big brother who took his little sister to a dad-daughter dance after her father failed to show is getting kudos from across the country.
'Oh, My God': Mom Run Over While Trying To Stop Man From Stealing Girl Scout Cookie MoneyA mother of triplets says she was run over by a car as she tried to stop a man stealing $1,500 of her children's girl scout cookie money.
Walmart Establishes Emergency Leave Policy After Associate Tests Positive For CoronavirusWalmart, the nation's largest private employer, has created an emergency leave policy amid the coronavirus outbreak after one of its associates tested positive for the virus.
How Long Does The Coronavirus Live On Surfaces? The Experts Weigh InWhile the coronavirus is thought to spread mainly from person-to-person, the experts say COVID-19 can spread when you touch a contaminated surface. But how long does it live on a surface?
Lawmaker: Bill Requiring Paid Sick Days Could Limit Spread Of CoronavirusEmployers should be required to give employees paid sick leave in order to help limit the spread of the coronavirus, a state senator in Kentucky says.
Attorney: Family Of Coronavirus Patient Was Not Told To QuarantineThe family of the St. Louis-area woman who reported symptoms for COVID-19 broke quarantine and attended a father-daughter school dance, officials said. But family's attorney says they were never told.
Volunteers Offered $4,500 To Be Infected With Coronavirus In Bid To Find VaccineIn the race to develop a vaccine for the rapidly-spreading coronavirus, scientists in Great Britain are looking for 24 brave volunteers.
Brigham Young University Clarifies Changes To Honor Code On 'Same-Sex Romantic Behavior'Brigham Young University says “same-sex romantic behavior” is still not allowed on campus, shattering the hopes of LGTBQ students who thought they could be more open after changes to the Honor Code last month.