beerkoff/iStockBy MATT GUTMAN and HALEY YAMADA, ABC News (NEW YORK) — More Americans are currently hospitalized with COVID-19 than ever before. As more than 73,000 people across the country seek medical attention for the virus, health care
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer/YouTubeBy MEREDITH DELISO, ABC News (NEW YORK) — Several Midwestern governors have come together to urge residents to be careful this holiday season, as COVID-19 surges across the region. In a video posted to YouTube
DanHenson1/iStockBy ALEXANDER MALLIN, ABC News (WASHINGTON) — The Justice Department’s inspector general released a report Tuesday that “identified numerous failures” in how staff at a federal prison in Oakdale, Louisiana, responded “to the COVID-19 outbreak” at the
Meyer & Meyer/iStockBy SONY SALZMAN, ABC News (NEW YORK) — Across the globe, scientists are scrambling to develop multiple vaccines with the goal of stopping the deadly coronavirus in its tracks. All aim to neutralize the virus
Mitchell Fallis/Lorain Fire DepartmentBy ZOE MOORE, ABC News (NEW YORK) — Three-year-old Cameron Peete got the best surprise when the Lorain Fire Department in Ohio welcomed him home after his last cancer treatment. After beating cancer, the
Paul Archuleta/FilmMagicBy LESLEY MESSER, ABC News (NEW YORK) — Lena Dunham is coming to terms with the fact that her road to parenthood is going to look different than how she initially imagined. In a personal essay
hapabapa/iStockBy ERIN SCHUMAKER, ABC News (NEW YORK) — Despite scientific evidence that widespread mask wearing slows the spread of coronavirus and benefits the economy, as of mid-November, 16 states did not have statewide mask mandates in place.
IRINA KROLEVETC/iStockBy LAURA ROMERO and LUCIEN BRUGGEMAN, ABC News (NEW YORK) — As the cold weather sets in and coronavirus cases continue to climb, an unlikely winter staple is quietly emerging as a major threat to public