Nearly 98,000 people have died from coronavirus in the United States, more than a quarter of the global total, according to Johns Hopkins University.
Courts weigh coronavirus restrictions, which are sometimes criticized as "draconian," against individual liberties as governors seek to save lives.
An Oregon sheriff's deputy bottle-fed a fawn that was left on its own for several days.
Over 100 people from the community played a role in building Sanford's war memorial. Last year, the town's Memorial Day parade started & ended there.
Queen's Brian May tells fans that amid what appeared to be a gardening accident that tore his buttocks earlier this month, he suffered a heart attack.
States are reopening, but many people are still quarantining alone during the coronavirus pandemic, threatening their mental and physical health.
Country singer Morgan Wallen apologized after his public intoxication arrest, saying he was "horse-playing" with friends at Kid Rock's Nashville bar.
The men and women of our military serve this nation selflessly at home and abroad. Women especially should answer the call to service.
The No. 48 Chevrolet of Jimmie Johnson failed post-race inspection and was disqualified from the Coca-Cola 600.
Part 1 of ESPN 30 for 30 film about Lance Armstrong delves into the corporal punishment the controversial cyclist received.