YOUR HEALTH AND LIFE
Jesse Katayama of Japan planned to tour the 15th century Inca citadel in March before it closed due to COVID-19. This weekend, he finally got his chance.
The Portuguese soccer federation said Ronaldo was doing well and had no symptoms, but it did not say when he tested positive.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has outlined a new three-tiered system of local restrictions.
Record high daily cases in several eastern European countries and sharp rebounds in the hard-hit west make clear the continent never crushed the curve.
The new daily high of COVID cases worldwide surpasses a record set earlier this week by nearly 12,000.
The U.S. and Brazilian leaders took largely similar approaches to COVID-19. But it's what they did differently that may cost Trump the election.
“We literally left the White House a pandemic playbook,” the former president said.
Donald Trump's son ignored COVID-19 safety guidelines on the campaign trail in Michigan -- where coronavirus cases are again surging.
The president falsely claimed the coronavirus "affects virtually nobody" while the White House watched cases skyrocket nationwide.
Regina Romero also called on the self-proclaimed "law and order" candidate to follow the Arizona city's mandatory mask and social distancing requirements.
COVID-19 has claimed more than 219,000 lives in the U.S., but the president is still warning against lockdown measures.
At a rally, President Donald Trump warned the crowd that if Joe Biden is elected, he’d actually listen to scientists about the coronavirus pandemic.
All we could do was isolate at home and do everything we could to beat it on our own.
Here I am, trying to figure out whether it is safe to start seeing clients again.
"My dad is among the 210,000 Americans who have died from this virus. How many of them would be alive right now if they had received even a fraction of the care the president or his cronies are receiving?"
IN THIS TOGETHER
Creative ideas for the COVID-19 pandemic, from glow-in-the-dark scavenger hunts to candy cannons.
Let these tips help you through the difficult days during the coronavirus pandemic that are inevitably on the horizon.
Join HuffPost reporters and leading labor organizer Ai-jen Poo for a Q&A.
The singer played guest host and Cupid on "Jimmy Kimmel Live."
Joint our parenting editor and a psychologist for a Q&A on distance learning during the coronavirus pandemic.
January: Happy. February: Huh? March: Oh no. April: Distraught. May: Distraught. June: Distraught.
Ever wondered where shopping editors actually shop? Here's where ours like to get sweaters, in honor of the start of sweater weather.
The sweatpants, sweatshirts and hoodies in Madewell's newest collection all have some sort of sustainable element to them and are under $100.
Support the Latinx community while doing your part in limiting the spread of coronavirus.