Perseverance, NASA's most sophisticated rover to date, is expected to land on the surface of Mars on Thursday, Feb. 18.
A new Government Accountability Office report out Thursday highlights how unprepared the U.S. government was to tackle the coronavirus.
Unemployment claims dropped for the 12th week as the U.S. deals with a sudden resurgence of COVID-19 cases, especially in the South and West. Here are the latest updates.
Bayer said Wednesday that it will pay up to $10.9 billion to settle litigation over the weedkiller Roundup, which has faced thousands of lawsuits over claims it causes cancer.
Flynn was the only White House official charged in Mueller’s investigation into ties between the Trump campaign and Russia. He pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI days after the president’s January 2017 inauguration about conversations he had had during the presidential transition period with the Russian ambassador.
Long neglected hospitals around the world are reporting shortages of oxygen, with some patients waiting 10 hours or more to refill tanks as COVID-19 spreads. Here's more on that and the latest virus updates from around the world.
Voting appeared to be running smoother in primaries on Tuesday than in elections held two weeks earlier in Georgia and Nevada. Also, a look at unexpected COVID-19 consequences and a reminder of how long the virus can live on surfaces.
There is a lot of confusion and concern around asymptomatic spread of SARS-C0V-2. An infectious disease expert explains how many people are asymptomatic and how they can spread the virus.
Several states are seeing COVID-19 spikes and records, and some are turning to mask mandates. Here's what you should know about face masks and more of the latest virus developments.
In an effort to stay connected, celebrate the summer and sort out at least a little confusion, here's a guide for what to expect and how to safely plan a small summer outdoor gathering.
These online promotions can make your time at home more bearable. Best of all, they’re free.
Wearing masks can help reduce the spread of coronavirus, but the practice has led to a new complaint — “maskne,” breakouts caused by wearing a mask for long periods of time.
In a pandemic, tipping becomes a community love language.
When simple questions become existential, like “Why does my housemate enjoy playing that song on repeat?” or “At what point do I attempt to cut my own hair?” it’s time to get it together.
There’s currently an incredible slew of free resources available, including free trials galore from fitness-app providers. Here are 10 places you can access free fitness content while you’re at home.
New data shows just how hard Americans' retirement savings have been hit.
Even when your brain feels like it’s shorting out, it’s actually trying its best to protect you.
Recent studies on both humans and mice have found that being gently rocked like an infant can help with sleep, but most of us can't shell out …
"Seven Worlds, One Planet," "Bad Education," "Extraction" and more. Here's a curated collection of what's arriving on TV, streaming services and music platforms this week.
Are you starting to think about giving yourself a #coronacut but don't know where to start? Here are some tips.
Keeping up with the little — and what some might call insignificant — details may help us emerge whole when we get to the other side of this.