Operation Warp Speed is preparing to distribute COVID-19 vaccines once they are approved, but inoculating Americans en masse will likely take well into 2021.
Two top Senate Republicans don't see a new stimulus bill being signed into law before election day.
President Donald Trump has indicated his support for new stimulus spending much higher than the $500 billion proposed by Senate Republicans.
Tesla's stock price has recovered from its immense losses last week amid rumors of a third quarter delivery beat.
The badly hit restaurant industry can expect a profitable recovery in 2022, says Landry's CEO Tilman Fertitta.
Dr. Anthony Fauci comes out strongly in favor of vitamins C and D to strengthen our immune systems against COVID-19.
The LSU Tigers will defend their 2020 CFP national crown with a roster of players who have been infected by COVID-19.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk dismisses rumors of a made in China Tesla Smartwatch.
YouTube announced it will launch "Shorts," its clone of TikTok, which is undergoing a change of ownership in the U.S.
Jaw pain is one of the symptoms afflicting a number of people recovering from COVID-19.
The U.S. is seeing a welcome, albeit perhaps temporary, drop in daily deaths due to COVID-19.
Total daily COVID-19 cases hit a new daily world high of 307,930 on Sunday due largely to ongoing surges in the U.S., India and Brazil.
Louisiana and Mississippi are bracing for heavy rains and dangerous storms surges from Tropical Storm Sally, which is forecast to strengthen into a hurricane Monday.
ByteDance has entered into a technology partnership with Oracle Corporation, which plans to oversee TikTok operations in the U.S. and three other countries.
A new medical study from the Yale School of Medicine confirms SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, can invade the brain and infect neurons.
The $300 unemployment benefit ordered by President Donald Trump has ended for some states and will soon end for the rest.
The key battleground state of Florida is still up for grabs with Biden and Trump statistically tied among voters of all age groups.
The U.S., which already has the world's highest number of deaths from COVID-19, could see a total of 620,000 fatalities from the disease by New Year's Day.
Lucid Motors claims the production version of the Lucid Air all-electric luxury sedan is the fastest, longest-ranged and fastest-charging production EV today.
More than 500 square miles of Oregon has been destroyed by fast-moving wildfires that have also killed at least four.
The GOP's new and leaner coronavirus aid bill offers only $500 billion to rescue Americans and businesses from the COVID-19 crisis.
Teachers have died from COVID-19 since schools reopened mid-August, raising concerns over the classification of teachers as essential workers.
Sports apparel and footwear-maker Under Armour announced the firing of 600 employees in an effort to stanch massive losses in the first half of the year.
In addition to the medical issues, there is a huge economic cost to superspreader events like the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, said a new financial study.
Florida seems past the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic with cases and deaths declining since mid-July.
Volkswagen again denies rumors it intends to acquire Tesla Inc. after the CEOs met in Germany last week.
The Costa Deliziosa departed Trieste on Sunday on a week-long maritime sojourn, becoming the first ship in Costa Cruises' fleet to sail after COVID-19 forced a stop to operations.
Jacob Blake asks people to "stick together" and "change our lives out there" in his first public words since his shooting on Aug. 23, but doesn't talk about the White officer who shot him.
A correction is coming and Tesla's soaring stock price will plummmet from historic highs to historic lows, argue some analysts.
COVID-19 hotspots continue to migrate across the United States and are now wreaking havoc in the South and Midwest.