The study, which has not been peer-reviewed, appears to be the largest single aggregation of genetic sequences of the virus in the United States.
The pandemic that has ravaged the service industry and cost millions of jobs is changing the nature of customer-facing work at stores, spas, restaurants, barbershops and other service sector jobs.
More than a third of the group—whose members include the CEOs of Apple, Chevron and JPMorgan Chase—expect economic conditions to remain bumpy until 2022 or later.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is expected tighten a standard for an emergency authorization of a coronavirus vaccine as soon as this week that will make it exceedingly difficult for any vaccine to be cleared before Election Day.
Two human studies of convalescent plasma, a component of blood taken from recovered coronavirus patients, will enroll more patient at hospitals and clinics across the country.
Since the pandemic began, experts have debated the ways the virus travels—and the methods to best halt it.
Changes to the CRA laws are considered long overdue among banking experts, especially given the rise of online banking.
Amy Coney Barrett, 48, was considered among the main contenders for the seat eventually filled in 2018 by Justice Brett Kavanaugh and had been interviewed by President Trump for the job. She’s viewed as having many of the qualities Trump is seeking in a justice.
The pandemic turned the entire nation into homebodies. Now, architects, builders and interior designers are addressing the pain points that emerged when our homes became our offices, schools and entertainment venues.
The old-fashioned gesture could be particularly beneficial now: The pandemic is adversely affecting Americans’ mental health, and research suggests that being contacted by letter can lower the risk of suicide.
Here, tiramisu, a popular no-cook Italian dessert invented in the 1960s and fashionable in the 1980s, gets a lift and lightness from an untraditional addition, freshly whipped cream, which also helps to tone down its richness.
Some have approached pandemic-era grooming and self-care with a “less is more” mind-set—embracing life sans makeup, dyes and polishes. And experts say their skin, hair and nails may be better off.
More than 1,300 students who were enrolled at now-closed ITT Technical Institute campuses in Indiana are eligible for student loan forgiveness as part of a $330 million national settlement affecting as many as 35,000 former ITT students.
Asked to suggest an option that homeowners could do themselves, one expert said that a general rule of thumb is “the easier the install, the more maintenance the walkway is going to be.”
The stream of paper, plastic, aluminum and glass that came through my door from roughly 30 takeout orders shocked and depressed me. I accumulated enough waste to fill two recycling containers—nearly 100 gallons of space—not to mention a torrent of guilt.
A special three-judge panel out of New York wrote that the president’s argument that undocumented immigrants should not be counted runs afoul of a statute saying apportionment must be based on everyone who is a resident of the United States.
Democrats voted down the proposal because they said it was too small. Lawmakers from both major political parties did not close the door to future talks, but they also did not appear ready to relaunch negotiations.
After months of quarantine inertia, stretching can be a low-impact, nonthreatening gateway to a more active lifestyle, either for those who have fallen out of a fitness routine or who are interested in starting one.
If you’re going to update a bathroom and you want your design choices to stand up over time, the first step is determining what styles will be timeless for you specifically.
With millions of kids attending online school this year, students are getting a prolonged peek into the living rooms – and lives – of their classmates.