Eviction crisis looms closer with high unemployment, end of coronavirus protections

One in five U.S. households could face eviction by this fall, advocates warn

As Trump pushes for schools to reopen, two of California’s biggest school districts vow a virtual start in the fall

More states pivot to online learning as cases rise

Coronavirus Today: July 13

An upturn in U.S. coronavirus deaths has begun, driven by fatalities in the South and West, data shows

94 Marines test positive for COVID-19 on Okinawa bases after 4th of July gatherings

This incident is the latest in a series of infractions that have locals angry with U.S. military presence in Japan

Federal judge delays first federal execution in 17 years

Victims’ families alleged their right to witness the execution was infringed upon due to coronavirus risk

U.S. sets single-day new COVID-19 case record for second day in a row

Overall confirmed cases reached 3 million in the same week

Coronavirus Today: July 9

The total number of people seeking unemployment has fallen by 700,000, suggesting a plateau in layoffs

Coronavirus Today: July 8

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, has tested positive for COVID-19.

Coronavirus Today: July 7

Meat consumption across the globe is expected to fall by 3% this year due to Coronavirus

Did protests cause a spike in COVID-19 cases?

New research shows protests may have increased social distancing