Smaller crowds make up for COVID-19 protocols

Forty-four years after they honeymooned at the Magic Kingdom, Carol and Steve Show donned mouse ears with…

COVID-19 death toll now at 396 for Navajo Nation

WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. — Navajo Nation officials have reported 10 additional deaths from COVID-19 as the…

As loans run out, small businesses face reckoning amid COVID-19 surge

The resurgence of COVID-19 across the country this summer has deepened anxiety for millions of American…

Inside historic black bookstores’ fight for survival against the COVID-19 pandemic

OAKLAND, Calif. – Inside Marcus Books, the nation’s oldest black-owned bookstore, no one lingers anymore over shelves…

How COVID-19 Made Acting Lessons Accessible to Me

Young woman wearing headphones taking online class. As an actress with cerebral palsy, I have two…

Keeping COVID-19 outside of camps is a near impossible challenge

As summer camps across the country debated whether and how to operate during the coronavirus pandemic…

How the nation’s newest doctors are coping with disruptions caused by COVID-19

UCLA medical students make face shields to support doctors caring for COVID-19 patients. (Dania Maxwell /…

Wineries turn to online sales to avoid getting crushed by the COVID-19 pandemic

Susan Tipton began making wine after she and her husband settled on an 18-acre property in…

Major car shows have been struggling for years. But, COVID-19 may mean their ultimate demise.

“The auto show was certainly on life support already,” said Jeff Schuster, lead auto analyst with…

World of Outlaws’ full-crowd events will have high-tech health screening, rapid COVID-19 testing on site

After becoming the first national motorsports series to race again during the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic,…