New coronavirus restrictions: Here's what your state is doing to combat rising cases and deaths New coronavirus restrictions: Here's what your state is doing to combat rising cases and deaths

As COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths continue to rise, states are halting reopening plans or imposing new coronavirus-related restrictions.        

yesterday, 19:31
Cris Collinsworth apologizes for comment about being 'blown away' by female fans' NFL knowledge Cris Collinsworth apologizes for comment about being 'blown away' by female fans' NFL knowledge

"Sunday Night Football" analyst Cris Collinsworth issued an apology after remarks about female fans in Pittsburgh, saying he meant it as "compliment."        

yesterday, 15:30
For these Trump supporters primed to disbelieve defeat, challenging the election was a civic duty For these Trump supporters primed to disbelieve defeat, challenging the election was a civic duty

In lawsuits alleging election fraud, Trump supporters described what they saw, heard and suspected. Many of their allegations crumbled under scrutiny.        

yesterday, 18:33
'People can shop at Target' but grandchildren can't attend a funeral?: Rhode Island woman battles COVID-19 restrictions 'People can shop at Target' but grandchildren can't attend a funeral?: Rhode Island woman battles COVID-19 restrictions

Holly Susi wanted to invite 16-18 family members to a socially-distant burial for her mom. But amid the coronavirus, officials say it's not possible.        

yesterday, 11:53
Volunteers deliver cheer to quarantining students Volunteers deliver cheer to quarantining students

A group of parents helps support University of Michigan students while they are sick or quarantining (Dec. 3)       

yesterday, 16:11
US Health and Human Services unveils action plan to address 'maternal morbidity,' reduce racial disparities US Health and Human Services unveils action plan to address 'maternal morbidity,' reduce racial disparities

Black women are three times more likely to die from pregnancy complications than whites. Surgeon General Dr. Jerome Adams issued a call to action.        

yesterday, 15:00
'Stunning advance' on 'protein folding': A 50-year-old science problem solved and that could mean big things 'Stunning advance' on 'protein folding': A 50-year-old science problem solved and that could mean big things

The protein folding finding could unlock new possibilities into disease understanding and drug discovery, among other fields, researchers say.        

yesterday, 21:10
Lakers celebrated NBA title partying in Las Vegas, San Diego after leaving bubble Lakers celebrated NBA title partying in Las Vegas, San Diego after leaving bubble

Despite the pandemic, Lakers forward Jared Dudley says the team had "our own fun" in Las Vegas after leaving the bubble.        

today, 0:43
Kyle Rittenhouse's lawyer to seek dismissal of some Kenosha shooting charges in Thursday hearing Kyle Rittenhouse's lawyer to seek dismissal of some Kenosha shooting charges in Thursday hearing

A lawyer for Kyle Rittenhouse says there is no legal basis for 2 of the 6 charges against his client and will ask a judge to dismiss them Thursday.        

yesterday, 16:55
FBI searching for masked 'Too Tall Bandit' accused of robbing 16 banks in three states FBI searching for masked 'Too Tall Bandit' accused of robbing 16 banks in three states

His first alleged robbery was a bank in White House, Tennessee, in 2009. He has since robbed 10 banks in Tennessee, five in North Carolina and one in South Carolina.        

today, 4:54