Bringing COVID-19 to a halt in the U.S. will require months more of social distancing, masks and vaccines. But the numbers are quickly getting better, and it's a sign of hope for a badly battered nation: There's a light at the end of the tunnel.
COVID Cases Are Falling In The U.S., But The Virus Is Far From Beaten
As vaccine rollouts pick up speed, the spread of COVID-19 is beginning to slow in the U.S. But it will worsen again without the right steps.
COVID cases could be rising in NYC based on wastewater testing data
Data from testing wastewater from New York residents shows that the detection rate is high for the COVID-19 virus.
Study identifies key symptoms of long COVID
Researchers say roughly 1 in 3 COVID-19 patients have experienced long COVID.
COVID-fighting programs at risk due to debt disagreements
Republicans want to cut costs promised to help fight COVID now that the pandemic is over, but it's only a fraction of the $31.4 trillion debt limit.
Multiple people shot at high school graduation in Richmond, Virginia
Scripps News Richmond reported that there were at least seven victims who were shot at a graduation. At least two of the victims were reported dead.
Hollywood actors guild authorizes strike as writers continue theirs
SAG-AFTRA voted to authorize a strike at the end of the month if major Hollywood studios won't negotiate their contract terms.
Commission recommends Parkland judge should be publicly reprimanded
An investigative panel in Florida has decided that a judge in the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School mass shooting trial violated multiple rules.