The agency ranked a number of popular Halloween activities by their level of risk, and several of the most popular activities, like trick-or-treating are considered to be the most dangerous.
The organizers of the New Year’s Eve celebration in Times Square say this year the event will be "virtually enhanced" due to the coronavirus pandemic.
In some suburbs, trick-or-treating will be allowed but it is recommended that residents wear a mask and stay away from large crowds.
Americans are still hopeful about trick-or-treating this Halloween despite a number of cities clamping down on holiday festivities in the age of COVID-19.
Phil Stanley, global chief sales officer for The Hershey Company, talks about their new interactive map that deciphers where it's safe to trick-or-treat this Halloween.
A father in Ohio came up with a socially distanced way to hand out candy to trick-or-treaters this Halloween, and his "invention" is going viral.
A rare blue moon will appear on Halloween night 2020, which only occurs every 18 to 19 years, according to the Farmers’ Almanac.
Police were attempting to shut down access to downtown Wednesday night as Mexican Independence Day celebrations were in full swing.
As retailers look ahead to the holidays, in a reversal of recent years, many have already decided to shut their doors on Thanksgiving Day to accommodate their employees working during the coronavirus pandemic or take a new approach to the traditional holiday shopping season.
A city council in New Lenox convened Monday night with the hopes of saving Halloween this year.
A live parade to welcome in the holiday season has been scrapped. Macy's says it is in the process of "reimagining" the event that will be brought to viewers on TV and online.
UPS plans to impose higher surcharge fees ahead of the holiday season to help offset the surge in online orders as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Peeps holiday treats are going on hiatus — another consequence of the coronavirus.
What's Halloween without trick-or-treating? Los Angeles County residents are about to find out.
Fredericksburg is already making plans for how to safely hold its annual Christmas parade during the coronavirus pandemic.
Dr. Anthony Fauci has warned that coronavirus cases remain “unacceptably high” as the nation heads into the Labor Day weekend.
They say “The Show Must Go On,” and while the lights of Broadway are still dim, two of New York City’s most cherished holiday traditions will still be held in 2020, although they will look a little different than in years past.
The drive-thru event will be filled with a terrifying mix of theatrical storytelling, horrifying creatures, unexpected scares, and a twisted take on immortal tales.
The scariest thing for some towns could be losing Halloween.
Amid the sharp rise in COVID-19 cases across the country, major retailers have announced the decision to close businesses on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 26.