Gary Conkright and Dr. Terry Vanden Hoek talk about the progress they've made with physIQ's COVID-19 research and what additional NIH funding means for their project and the fight against the virus.
The Illinois Department of Public Health on Monday reported 2,944 newly diagnosed cases of COVID-19, raising the state’s confirmed coronavirus total to 1,104,763.
Erik Baylis, owner of 15 Minute Responses and Big Onion Hospitality, talks about how he's helping provide employment for displaced workers struggling to stay afloat.
On Monday, Biden will reverse a last-minute order that Trump made in his final days that called for relaxation of the travel restrictions. Instead, Biden is formally reinstating restrictions on non-US travelers from Brazil, Ireland, the UK and 26 other European countries. He'll also add South Africa to the list.
The test, in development from Researchers at the University of California San Diego, collects droplets from the person’s breath and changes color depending on results, similar to how a home pregnancy test works.
A generous customer lifted the spirits of an entire Colorado bakery after leaving a tip large enough to send all seven employees home with $200.
Illinois public health officials Sunday announced another 3,292 positive cases of COVID-19 and 40 additional deaths.
Walmart announced Friday that it expects to deliver up to 13 million doses of the coronavirus vaccine per month "when supply and allocations allow."
President Joe Biden unveiled a massive $1.9 trillion stimulus package proposal that aims to combat the coronavirus and begins to pump up a U.S. economy.
Belgian chocolatier Godiva will sell or close all 128 of its North American shops within the next few months, the company said this week.
A new survey from the U.S. Census Bureau found younger adults who live alone are much more likely to report feeling anxious or depressed during the pandemic than older adults.
Illinois announced on Saturday that, effective immediately, Chicago has made sufficient progress in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic to move to Tier 1 mitigation measures.
Illinois public health officials Saturday announced another 5,152 positive cases of COVID-19 and 97 additional deaths.
The Illinois National Guard has been deployed to one of its most critical missions ever.
Joe Biden’s ambitious opening bid, his $1.9 trillion American Rescue economic package, will test the new president’s relationship with Congress and force a crucial choice between his policy vision and a desire for bipartisan unity.
Customers will be allowed back inside of bars and restaurants in Chicago and suburban Cook County beginning Saturday, provided coronavirus infection rates stay down.
The federal government has delivered two stimulus checks to tens of millions of Americans as part of an effort to blunt the economic pain triggered by the coronavirus pandemic, but many are wondering how the payments could affect your 2020 taxes as filing season approaches.
A World War II veteran who just celebrated his 100th birthday got his COVID-19 vaccine on live TV Friday. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis said at the time Henry Sayler was the one-millionth senior citizen to receive the COVID-19 vaccine in Florida, but later walked his comments back, acknowledging the state was about 200,000 short of the milestone.
On Friday, during an interview, Dr. Anthony Fauci was asked if the lack of “candor” and “facts in some cases over the last year cost lives.” Fauci responded, “You know, it very likely did.”
10,600 National Guard members are still in DC