Wednesday on Political Rewind: The COVID-19 pandemic continues to challenge the nation’s public health efforts as infection rates spike in some counties. With the virus on the minds of voters, the government’s public health response is a top issue on the campaign trail just days before Election Day.
Our panel of insiders and experts break down the latest on the pandemic.
The White House again faces the coronavirus in its ranks. But Vice President Pence, who has tested negative, plans to continue his breakneck campaign travel schedule.
Answers to your COVID-19 questions about how to handle Halloween trick-or-treaters, whether it's safe to eat in a restaurant's outdoor bubble and whether you can be infected through your ear canal.
Some want escapist reads to distract themselves during these times, while others are turning to books that lean into the darkness and dread of the pandemic.
Here are the positions of the two candidates on issues ranging from the Mexico City policy (involving abortion services) to refugees to membership in the World Health Organization.
On an eight-hour Emirates flight, with mask-wearing enforced, a whopping 27 coronavirus-positive people boarded the plane in Dubai. Guess how many passengers got infected?
President Trump is racing across swing states in the homestretch of the election, making his closing arguments as he finds himself down in the polls.
Researchers launched a major study of an experimental Alzheimer's drug this summer. They also learned a lot about how to protect participants who must make frequent visits to a medical center.
The world is fortunate to have many dedicated professionals dedicated to combating the coronavirus. Here are portraits of three women from far corners of the globe who are playing a key role.
With the coronavirus pandemic still raging globally, China will be the only major economy in the world to post positive growth this year.
With Halloween fast approaching amid the coronavirus pandemic, many in the Atlanta metro area are taking steps to ensure that the holiday does not end up scarier than it needs to be.
The diagnosis — delivered at a distance of 6 feet in the doctor's office — was a shock. It brought back memories of my work in the Ebola ward. Then as now, an intimate touch was a rare thing.
Women often bear a heavier burden at times of crisis. But in this pandemic, they're also part of the solution. Read about inspiring women from China to Iceland to India.
Being a mom is challenging enough. Add the pressures of a pandemic — and how do you cope? Mothers in Jordan, the Netherlands and Wisconsin share their stories and strategies.
Fulton County officials expect minimal delays with the preparations underway at their elections warehouse after 13 of 60 employees tested positive for COVID-19 this week. None of the workers had any contact with voters or the main election office.