Apple CEO Tim Cook says the tech giant’s retail operation outside of China is going online-only for two weeks as part of efforts to fight the global viral pandemic.
Soon-to-be brides and grooms are facing tough choices because of the coronavirus outbreak.
President Donald Trump has tested negative for the new coronavirus, according to the president's personal physician.
College basketball's March Madness will be played in largely empty arenas in an effort to slow the coronavirus pandemic.
Ohio has confirmed its first three cases of the new coronavirus as it continues to test for additional cases.
Stocks are closing sharply higher on Wall Street Tuesday, adding 4.9% to major indexes.
Authorities in New York have charged more than two dozen horse trainers, veterinarians and others.
Senator says she won't yet make an endorsement.
Victim traveled within country but not overseas.
Decision comes after disappointing Super Tuesday results.
When the dust settles at the end of this week, the Democratic primary could be a two–person race – for many in the party it already is.
Tornadoes ripped across Tennessee overnight, shredding at least 40 buildings in the Nashville area.
At least two tornadoes touched down early Tuesday in central Tennessee, including one that ripped across downtown Nashville and caused about 40 buildings to collapse around the city.
Communities in West Virginia say they would end most of their lawsuits filed as a result of the opioid crisis.
Stocks sank again after another wild day, extending a rout that left Wall Street with its worst week since October 2008.
Kia is recalling more than 193,000 cars and minvans to prevent engine fires.
President Donald Trump says the U.S. is “very, very ready” for whatever the new coronavirus threat brings.
The U.S. House passed a bill to make lynching a federal hate crime, sixty-five years after Emmett Till was lynched in Mississippi.
Officials say an ex-employee was identified as the gunman in a shooting at the MillerCoors building in Milwaukee.
An Ohio church program will pay off students' lunch debt in nine school districts after raising over $40,000 in donations.