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From Air Travel to Hospital Treatment, We're Still Learning About The Virus
Air travel may be relatively safe — depending on mask usage. And physicians all over the world are getting better at treating COVID-19 patients.
Election FAQs: Postmark Deadlines, Ballot Security And How To Track Your Vote
How can you make sure your vote was counted? Can you drop off a ballot for a family member? Do you have to vote for every race on your ballot? We have answers.
The Economy Is Driving Women Out Of The Workforce And Some May Not Return
Women's jobs have disappeared at higher rates. And for those still working, child care is harder to come by.
The Pandemic Bounceback Abroad: Concerts And Movies In Other Countries
Movies theaters are doing better internationally than in the U.S. And with the coronavirus spread under control in China, the country is once again holding music festivals.
Pandemic 'Halftime': U.S. Looks At Lessons Learned As Fall & Holidays Near
Fall has barely begun and new cases of coronavirus are surging. Dr. Anthony Fauci says Americans may need to rethink Thanksgiving gatherings.
The Politics At Play In Judge Amy Coney Barrett's Confirmation Hearings
Republicans have the votes to confirm Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court. The theatre of her confirmation hearing is about something else.