Over half a million people have died from the coronavirus, according to data from Johns Hopkins University
Over 10 million coronavirus cases have been recorded globally, according to the data, as several countries begin to see a surge in cases.
Pence encourages people in Texas to wear masks as the number of coronavirus cases in the state surge
"We encourage everyone to wear a mask in the affected areas," he said during a news conference in Dallas as Texas sees a spike in COVID-19 cases.
California Gov. Newsom orders bars in Los Angeles and 6 other counties to close as coronavirus cases spike
California is one of several states that has seen a recent increase in coronavirus cases, hospitalizations, and deaths.
"It's our neighborhood, but it's also a safety net:" How households in a Texas neighborhood banded together to exchange essential items and help each other through the coronavirus pandemic.
The Rattan Creek neighborhood uses a Facebook group to communicate and connect needs and services to one another, like food and grocery shopping.
Focus on the improving the controllable aspects of your life, like personal health or staying connected with loved ones.
I flew on the 3rd and 4th-largest US airlines to see how they're handling the pandemic and the difference was night and day
The two airlines approach social distancing differently with Southwest being more aggressive than United but both lacked consistency at times.
A UK charter airline is selling $10,000 seats for flights from London to Barbados on a massive Airbus private jet that requires a COVID-19 test – see inside
A round-trip ticket on this private jet costs nearly as much as two round-trip first class tickets between New York and London on British Airways.
The Trump campaign reportedly ordered venue workers to remove thousands of labels meant to encourage social distancing ahead of his Tulsa rally
Stickers reading "Do Not Sit Here, Please!" were mandatorily placed on seats as part of the venue's new health safety protocol
President Trump's home county is sending 2 reusable masks to all of its households as coronavirus cases spike in Florida
Every household in Florida's Palm Beach County will receive two masks as the state reported a record number of new coronavirus cases on Friday.
Car shows face competition as automotive manufacturers turn to the internet and off-site media previews to debut new vehicles.
Without their usual social safety nets, people have turned to making friends the old-fashioned way.
Purple, swollen toes have been identified among a growing number of coronavirus patients, but some studies suggest that the link is tenuous.
These drones drop PPE and COVID-19 test samples to medical facilities using tiny parachutes — here's how it works
The deliveries, using drones from Zipline, are the first long-range drone logistics flights approved by the FAA.
A reporter who covered US President Donald Trump's rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, has tested positive for the coronavirus.
Eleven states, from Florida to Utah, broke daily records for new coronavirus infections, spurring some to roll back efforts to reopen the economy.
Europe will bar Americans traveling from the US as the coronavirus pandemic spirals out of control in the states
The European Union will bar American visitors because of the spread of the coronavirus in the US. Dozens of other nations are also banned.
Nearly half of states reopened before meeting the White House safety criteria. Their new surges were entirely predictable.
The majority of states that reopened without meeting White House safety criteria in May are now seeing new cases rise.
New coronavirus cases are threatening economic reopenings across the US, which could delay the overall recovery.
Delta and United announced their first flights to China since the coronavirus pandemic began. They last flew to China on February 6.