Israeli children walk with masks

Study Shows Children May Be Silent Spreaders Of COVID-19

Researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital found that children carry higher levels of COVID-19 in their airways than adults.


1:22Fire crew vehicles passes burning trees in Winters, California on Wednesday.
Noah Berger / AP

California Fires Spread, Scorching Over 600 Square Miles

1:13A satellite image provided by Maxar Technologies shows a pyrocumulus cloud from the Pine Gulch fire north of Grand Junction.
Maxar Technologies / AP

Record-Setting Drought Fuels Wildfires In Colorado

3:16Patient inhales treatment
Massachusetts General Hospital

Doctors Are Looking At Inhaled Nitric Oxide Gas As COVID-19 Treatment

1:42A school hallway.

What's The Risk Of Changing Classes?

2:16Former Vice President Joe Biden bows his head in prayer during a visit to Bethel AME Church

Joe Biden’s Faith Becomes Focal Point of DNC Convention

1:23The Flint Water Plant tower in Flint, Michigan

Flint Residents, Michigan Reach $600 Million Settlement

0:28Airbnb co-founder and CEO Brian Chesky speaks during an event in San Francisco.
Eric Risberg / AP

Airbnb Files For Initial Public Offering

0:31Former White House strategist Steve Bannon
Thibault Camus / AP

Steve Bannon Indicted By Federal Prosecutors For Fundraising Scheme

3:23Austin police officer

Austin Is Cutting $150M From Its Police Budget To 'Reimagine' Policing

0:43United States Border Patrol agents stand by a vehicle near one of the border walls separating Tijuana, Mexico and San Diego
Gregory Bull / AP

President Trump Proposes Tax On Cars Crossing Southern Border

0:51Classroom in Ohio
Luke Gronneberg / The Daily News / AP

Teachers Could Strike If Forced To Go Back To The Classroom

0:27A doctor holds a bag of blood plasma donated by a COVID-19 survivor at at blood bank in La Paz, Bolivia
Juan Karita / AP

NYT: FDA Holding Off On Approving Plasma As Coronavirus Treatment

3:15Documents that U.S. health officials have released  states reopen from coronavirus shutdowns photographed on Thursday, May 1
AP Photo/Jon Elswick

Study: States And CDC Online Info About COVID-19 Is Too Complicated

0:52A man works to save his home as the LNU Lightning Complex fires tear through Vacaville, Calif.
Noah Berger / AP

Thunderstorms Spark Hundreds More Wildfires In California

Gerry Broome / AP

Colleges Shift Online After Uptick of Coronavirus Cases

0:52Attorney General William Barr.
Matt McClain / AP

William Barr Says Operation Legend Has Been Successful In Kansas City

0:44Las Vegas Strip on July 4
John Locher / AP

Cell Phone Data Tracks Travelers From Las Vegas

1:28A babysitter.

How Risky Is A Babysitter?

0:28Lyft and Uber logos on a car
Gene Puskar / AP

Uber And Lyft Explore Franchise-Like Model In California

0:27China Airlines plane
Ted S. Warren / AP

U.S., China Allow Increase Of Weekly Flights

0:31Mail delivery vehicles parked outside of Nebraska  Post Office
Nati Harnik / AP

Postmaster General Announces Postal System Will Remain For Election

1:08Members of the Grizzly Firefighters fight the Carmel Fire near Carmel Valley, Calif.
Nic Coury / AP

California Gov. Declares State Of Emergency Over Fires Amid Heat Wave

0:36University of Notre Dame

Notre Dame Cancels In-Person Classes For 2 Weeks

1:09Senate Intelligence Committee Vice Chairman Mark Warner and Chairman Richard Burr in 2018 file photo.
Scott Applewhite / AP

Senate Report: Manafort A 'Grave' Threat As Russia Meddled In Election

0:59A lab technician moves a case of test tubes while conducting research on coronavirus.
Virginia Mayo / AP

UC Davis Study: Flu And Other Viruses Can Spread On Dust

1:11The Washington Football Team has hired Jason Wright as team president.
Alex Brandon / AP

Washington Football Team Hires NFL's First Black Team President

1:47Postmaster General Louis DeJoy
Carolyn Kaster / AP

Postmaster General Earned Millions From Company Tied To U.S.P.S.

1:18A carpool.

How Risky Is A School Carpool?

1:07Iowa man clears tree debris in front of his home
Kevin E. Schmidt / Quad City Times / AP

President Trump Partially Approves Iowa Wind Storm Relief

1:53ita Robinson, left, who's 77 and diabetic, blows a kiss to her granddaughter.

The Risks and Benefits Of Multi-Generational Living