Experts believe blood plasma from recovered coronavirus patients could be a game changer in the world's fight against COVID-19. But how this plasma is used — and where you donate it— makes a big difference.
Plasma Donors Could Help Fight COVID-19, But How You Donate Matters
With plasma used to treat COVID-19, some experts worry the for-profit plasma industry could divert much-needed donors away from hospital pipelines.
Why Summer Didn't Slow Down COVID-19
Some experts had hoped summer would help control the pandemic. But COVID-19 cases are nearing record levels nationwide. Here's what happened.
Reshaped By Pandemic, Cities Claim Streets For More Than Just Cars
As people head outdoors this summer, cities help them to maintain safe distances by creating "slow streets," roads designed for more than just cars.
What Connects HIV And COVID-19? Their Impact On Black People
Dr. Anthony Fauci says pandemics expose how the American health care system fails black communities.
Paradise in the dark: Where Americans go 'weeks' without electricity
Scripps National Correspondent Amber Strong looks into climate change's impact on the Caribbean islands and the race to find a solution.
Dev Shah, an eighth grader, wins the Scripps National Spelling Bee
He walked away with $50,000 and the Scripps National Spelling Bee trophy after beating over 200 spelling competitors.
Migrants, advocates say new Florida law will greatly hurt labor market
A new law will penalize businesses who employ undocumented migrants, and advocates say it'll greatly affect the state's labor market.