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A total of 34 Georgians and additional Americans will be sent to Dobbins Air Reserve Base in Marietta, Georgia, to test for coronavirus.
In a statement on Biden, Harris said, "There is no one better prepared than Joe to steer our nation through these turbulent times."
By Associated Press, News Partner
More than 100 people in New York have been infected by the new coronavirus. Gov. Andrew Cuomo urged residents to reduce density.
Given the growing threat of the COVID-19 outbreak, city officials have declared a local emergency to cancel the upcoming festival.
Dozens of people are making their way from a hotel to Brigham and Women's Hospital, prompting a road closure to make it easier for them.
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Citing federal health guidance, Johns Hopkins University will ban spectators from the NCAA tournament games it's hosting this weekend.
Ben Affleck stars in “The Way Back,” while Tom Holland and Chris Pratt voice magical elf characters in Pixar's animation film “Onward.”
Now that the new coronavirus has made it into U.S. communities, could our collective response be more dangerous than the virus itself?
The bill would prevent transgender athletes who were designated male at birth from competing in girls or women's sports.
By Payton Potter, Patch Staff
Hundreds of Newark families have swapped rats, feces and mold for a brighter future at Garden Spires and Spruce Spires.
Seeking to cut through the clutter of government-speak, Round Rock urges hand-washing like one would after slicing peppers for nachos.
She got the news soon after receiving a DNA testing kit for Christmas. The woman told Patch what the discovery means to her.
The latest on the coronavirus across the Unites States, including the latest on the number of cases, deaths and locations.
Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren said she won't be making an endorsement Thursday after announcing she was suspending her campaign.
KONKOL COLUMN: Super Tuesday results created a terrifying scenario that could lead to Rahm Emanuel influencing a third U.S. President.
By Mark Konkol, Patch Staff
UPDATED: The first Californian to die from COVID-19 was exposed to the virus on the ship, as was a Sonoma County coronavirus patient.
How can parents help young children practice patience — especially during those long car rides? Moms and experts weigh in.
By Ilana Donna, Patch Contributing Writer
An elderly Placer County patient with underlying health conditions has died from COVID-19, California's first death from the coronavirus.
A total of 11 people have coronavirus in New York, including 2 New Rochelle familie. Quarantine was ordered for members of a Manhattan firm.
The Medford native and former mayor of New York City spent a fortune on advertising but it didn't translate into Super Tuesday success.
I wouldn’t want to live in a world without humor. Yet humor not only can heal — it can also harm. Healing humor has these characteristics.
By Hal Green, Ph.D., Patch Contributor
The Archdiocese of Chicago outlines new measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 at Mass.
Patch collected recommendations from New York officials and experts about when, and how, to seek medical treatment in the months ahead.
The big, friendly pit bull mix is specially trained to help people during a mental health crisis.