'Pearl' isn't about my sister, though I thought of her every day during filming. It's about love, life and changing the conversation on gun violence.
Many airlines have removed medical exemptions for face masks and are prohibiting certain types of face coverings.
We analyzed COVID-19 cases by ZIP code. The virus has affected poorer school communities more severely than wealthier areas in the same district.
After becoming "acutely sick" with COVID-19 in April, Alyssa Milano says she's still suffering from symptoms including chest pains and hair loss.
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A 1794 U.S. silver dollar, believed to be the first ever silver dollar minted by a newborn United States, is going up for sale by a New Jersey dealer.
A sex offender provided janitorial service at a VA hospital until USA TODAY started asking questions. Days later, the VA ended the relationship.
One critical step before closing on a home purchase is the final walkthrough. Here are seven trouble signs to watch for as you move through the house.
Lead was poisoning the water in Flint, Mich. Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha put her reputation on the line to prove it.
"Nothing can prepare you for when the entire state goes after you and tells you you're wrong." Of course, she wasn't wrong.
An appeals court will rehear the Michael Flynn case, the presidents of the Big Ten universities will meet again and more news to start your Tuesday.
The coronavirus-fueled stock market sell-off in March didn't prevent workers from piling money into their nest eggs, according to a new study from Fidelity Investments.
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Opinion: Clemson's Trevor Lawrence, Darien Rencher outline what #WeWantToPlay means to college football players
Clemson players Trevor Lawrence and Darien Rencher discuss the origins and goals of the #WeWantToPlay movement.
Police tried to handcuff an 8-year-old boy in the Monroe County School District in 2018. Video of the incident was shared by attorney Ben Crump.
Zelda Williams hit back at Eric Trump after President Trump's son shared a video of her late father, Robin Williams, mocking Joe Biden.
The UNC system shut down residence halls, but is reopening with some in-person classes as daily case numbers rise into the thousands.
"The closest thing is in 1917, they say, the great pandemic. It certainly was a terrible thing where they lost anywhere from 50 to 100 million people, probably ended the Second World War," Trump said. "All the soldiers were sick. That was a terrible situation."
A derecho – a dangerous, ferocious wall of wind – is taking aim on the Chicago area, forecasters warned.
President Donald Trump was abruptly taken out of the briefing room on Monday during a daily session with reporters.