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Australian police have seized the black box from a cruise ship linked to coronavirus outbreak. Over 600 cases and 15 deaths have been linked to the ship, according to public broadcaster ABC.

"It's a hideous situation and unfortunately, I think there are going to be a huge number of nurses that are going to be quite traumatized." These nurses are risking it all on the frontline of Britain's coronavirus outbreak

In the first criminal allegation against someone in space, the claim that an astronaut improperly accessed her estranged wife's bank account turned out not to be true.

The multi-platform digital fundraiser hauled in more than $1.7 million for coronavirus relief on Tuesday

Amid the coronavirus pandemic, a grocery store clerk with cerebral palsy insisted on going to her job so she could help seniors, her mother said. In the moments before she died, she was intubated, unable to talk. But she'd already recorded her goodbyes.

There's no evidence to support the conspiracy theory that 5G networks cause Covid-19 or contribute to its spread. But still, it won't go away. Here's what to know about 5G networks, how false theories came about and why they don't hold up.

The night sky put on a spectacular show around the globe on Tuesday evening as the "pink" April supermoon -- the biggest and brightest of the year -- was visible for millions.

Here's how to make your own face mask even if you don't know how to sew.

Pope Francis has said the coronavirus pandemic is one of "nature's responses" to humans ignoring the current ecological crisis.

A majority of Americans -- 55% -- now say the federal government has done a poor job preventing the spread of coronavirus in the US, up eight points in about a week, according to a new CNN poll

A 27-year-old Maryland grocery store clerk with cerebral palsy died of the coronavirus in her mother’s arms. Her mother said she helped older people load groceries into their carts and into cars, but she wasn’t given any masks or hand sanitizer.

A former passenger of the Costa Luminosa is suing the ship's operator, claiming the company put more than 2,000 people at risk by failing to warn them about a potential coronavirus exposure

The hotel industry has taken a massive hit as people abide by stay-at-home orders during the coronavirus pandemic. Only 21.6% of hotel rooms in the US were occupied between March 29 and April 4, according to new data from hospitality analytics company STR.

US spy agencies were tracking the rise of the novel coronavirus as early as November, weeks before that information was included in President Trump's daily intelligence briefing, a former US military official told CNN

Fact check: US President Trump offers two dangerous falsehoods in a largely straightforward coronavirus briefing

In the first criminal allegation against someone in space, the claim that an astronaut improperly accessed her estranged wife's bank account turned out not to be true

Chinese President Xi Jinping has warned against the risk of a second wave of infections in the country as the global pandemic continues to spread, state media reports

Louisiana State University has installed an extra pedestrian barrier around the habitat for Bengal tiger Mike, the school's mascot, to help prevent the animal from catching coronavirus

All parks in Los Angeles will be closed on Easter Sunday to prevent the spread of the coronavirus amid the city’s stay-at-home order, Mayor Eric Garcetti announced

For nearly 15 years, patrons have been leaving their mark on The Sand Bar in Tybee Island, Georgia, by stapling dollar bills on the walls and ceilings. Volunteers helped the owner remove $3,714 worth of bills so she could help her unemployed staff.

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