They had seemingly done the impossible. The union that represents healthcare workers in California announced it had arranged the purchase
The United States on Friday recorded at least 1,000 COVID-19 deaths in a single day, a sad milestone in the
They didn’t pack masks or latex gloves before their morning hike, trusting that the increasingly empty trails amid the vast
The surgeons in training puzzled over a machine that looks like an overly complicated landline phone plugged into aquarium tubing.
They speak to him like they know him, calling him brother, uncle, doctor, hero, comrade, martyr, friend. “Doctor Li, I
With governments worldwide increasing health measures to keep the spread of the deadly coronavirus at bay, one might think there
The U.S. State Department won’t be processing new passports and renewals except for emergency cases because of the coronavirus pandemic,
Hezbollah, the Iran-backed Islamic faction in Lebanon deemed a terrorist group by the U.S., has decades of experience fighting wars.
Since the second week of March, my self-quarantine routine has become increasingly finite and fixed: the same waking hours, the
When Natasha Ott, a 39-year-old social worker originally from Claremont, died on March 20, loved ones suspected she died of
At any other time, in a predominantly Christian nation that enshrines freedom of worship in the Constitution, the news would
Democratic Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, who has drawn attention for her scrapes with President Trump over the federal government’s coronavirus
Isabel, open your eyes, Ramón Hernández pleaded with his wife. Please, open your eyes. Rarely did she heed his requests
It was the third Wednesday of Lent, and the Rev. Michael Sahdev couldn’t sleep. This was supposed to be one
Social distancing is reducing transmission of the coronavirus in the Seattle area, but not enough to contain it, according to
After a patient at a hospital in northern India tested positive for COVID-19, it wasn’t long before some of the