The HIV/AIDS pandemic, which emerged in the 1980s, left a legacy of drug research and health care gaps that affect the COVID pandemic.
Cynthia Baur of the University of Maryland explains how health agencies get their messages out.
Economists say testing is key to fighting the pandemic and restoring the economy.
Experts say it will give both renters and property owners more time to access that Congress gave states for rental assistance.
The CDC is requiring U.S. cruise operators to test safety protocols on volunteer passengers.
Individual businesses and local governments can still set their own rules for whether masks are required.
U.S. cruise ships are one step closer to setting sail again.
But most major domestic airlines have already stopped blocking those seats.
According to the company, 75% of Americans have a Dollar General within 5 miles of their home.