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COVID-19 long haul patients are struggling with doctors and employers as they battle lingering symptoms that make them feel "crazy."
Louie Anderson died at a hospital in Las Vegas of complications from cancer, said Glenn Schwartz, his longtime publicist.
A winter storm was forecast to bring a miserable mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain to parts of the Southeast on Friday and into early Saturday.
Biden took questions for nearly two hours Wednesday. Remarks about Ukraine and election integrity prompted the White House to clarify his comments.
Every week, the CDC updates its list of countries that should be avoided due to COVID-19. But are travelers paying attention?
After news of Meat Loaf's death celebrities and musicians remembered moments they shared with the emblematic power ballad singer.
The Dallas Cowboys continue to be a topic of conversation days after their NFC Wild Card defeat to the San Francisco 49ers.
Activists in the abortion wars are planning to spend millions this election year on the assumption that the Supreme Court will reverse Roe vs. Wade.
Thelma Sutcliffe, America's oldest living person, died on Monday in an Omaha assisted living facility at 115.
The NFL hasn't postponed, canceled or moved a game because of extreme cold in nine decades. Players employ all kinds of methods to stay warm.
More than 10,000 Texas National Guard troops have been deployed to help patrol the border. But complaints and suicides plague the mission.
Michigan Judge Alexis Krot has apologized to an elderly cancer patient she threatened with jail time over some unkempt weeds after a video went viral.
A council voted Thursday to fire officers Brian Devaney, Sean Dolan and Devon Smith for fatally shooting 8-year-old Fanta Bility.
As long as both parties agree and set parameters, experts say kissing friends is OK – and the decision remains up to the respective parties alone.
Be one of the first to get your hands on the new Samsung Galaxy smartphone when it launches—and get $50 when you reserve yours.
Pressure ramps up every week in the NFL playoffs, and several quarterbacks will be under the microscope in the divisional round.
Climate change lies, hoaxes and conspiracy theories still rampant on Twitter, Facebook, TikTok and YouTube despite pledges to crack down, report says.
President Biden needs to go to United Nations to rally the will to stop Putin, says retired Gen. Wesley Clark, former NATO Supreme Allied Commander
Dr. Dre puts his pieces on the board in new trailer to summon Snoop Dogg, Kendrick Lamar, Eminem and Mary J. Blige for the Super Bowl half time show.
An American Airlines flight from Miami to London this week turned around and headed back to the U.S. after a passenger refused to wear a face mask.
Russia's intervention in protests in Kazakhstan has increased Western concern over the ongoing crisis between Russia and Ukraine
Mushie & Co is recalling its Frigg silicone pacifiers for a choking hazard. Amazon and TJ Maxx are among the retailers who sold the affected products.
When asked about concerns among voters of color, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell implied African Americans are not Americans.
Injuries can play a key role in any NFL team's playoff fortune, and these postseason contenders could get a lift in the form of some timely returns.
President Joe Biden will tout the project as a sign of progress in his work to improve semiconductor shortages and supply-chain bottlenecks.
Martha Stewart and Anthony Hopkins may have ended up together, if it wasn't for this classic horror film.
Our warming climate is having a dramatic impact on precipitation. What does the data tell us about your state?
A USA TODAY investigation exposes a culture of retaliation against police whistleblowers
Critical race theory is not just an issue in schools. Republicans want to restrict how companies like CVS and Verizon talk to employees about racism.
Baton Rouge police raided a home in 2013 looking for drugs. They left with a dead body. For years, cops didn't speak of what happened inside. Then one did.
Experts say it's too soon to know for sure what the coronavirus will do next, but one thing is clear: the world is going to have to live with COVID-19.
China has taken a draconian approach to combatting COVID, but will it be enough with thousands entering for Beijing Olympics.
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