The rapidly-moving coronavirus has closed schools across Oregon. Parents, what questions do you have?
With race and ethnicity known for nearly half of cases and 90% of deaths, there's no ignoring the fact that the disease hits some groups harder. NPR analyzed these disparities around the country.
Chief Justice John Roberts sided with the court's liberal bloc in a 5-4 decision issued late Friday. The lawsuit had argued that the state's limits on attendance discriminated against religion.
While many white collar workers are now telecommuting to their jobs, service industry workers often rely on the large gatherings now temporarily banned in Oregon to make a living.
Outbreaks have been confirmed at two Oregon food processors and a fruit company in Vancouver, Washington.
NPR's Scott Simon remembers AIDS activist Larry Kramer who died this week. He was 84.
They're not exactly easy questions to answer. In the first case, you must consider motel cleaning regimens and the hazards of driving vs. the risk of sitting next to a sneezy air traveler.
When he was 9 years old, Salk was inoculated by the polio vaccine developed by his father, Dr. Jonas Salk. Today, he is an optimistic about a COVID-19 vaccine but offers a warning.
In a press conference on Friday, the president said he would immediately severe ties — and funding — to the World Health Organization because of its relationship with China.
The so-called passports have been floated as a way to get people who've recovered from COVID-19 back to work safely. But a Harvard professor says creating an "immunodeprived" status is unethical.
The head of Oregon's Employment Department took media questions for the first time in weeks.
Media reports and analysts have questioned the accuracy of Russia's mortality figures for the virus. The city's health department now says 1,561 people died in April due to coronavirus.
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee on Friday announced he would not extend the state’s COVID-19 stay-at-home order beyond Sunday.
The White House had not approved the initial version, which included the warning, "The act of singing may contribute to transmission of COVID-19."