Will Doctors Who Spread Misinformation Ever Be Stopped?
In July, the Federation of State Medical Boards warned that doctors could be punished for spreading COVID misinformation.
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.
Scripps Spelling Bee winner Dev Shah rings NASDAQ closing bell
The 2023 Scripps National Spelling Bee winner joined in a U.S. tradition nearly a century old to help ring the NASDAQ closing bell.
On National Cancer Survivors Day, White Sox pitcher notches first win
Liam Hendriks got his first win of the MLB season Sunday night, just six months after being diagnosed with advanced stage blood cancer.
30 years after 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell,' gay airman reflects on serving
Biff Boswell explains how he hid his sexuality to keeps his job.