I don't know about you, but I'm getting sick and tired of hearing people say, 'Be patient.' But maybe it's what we need to hear in 2020.
North Carolina officials ordered a shutdown after a COVID-19 church outbreak blamed for three deaths and more than 100 infections.
My alma mater announced this week its student-run 'Daily Gamecock' will 'go dark' briefly to help students cope with 2020's mental stress.
A series of outdoor worship concerts give Christians the chance to worship God while playing the persecution card.
'The Price is Right' will start its 49th season without something it's never gone without before: a studio audience.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suggested this week that a virtual Thanksgiving should replace large gatherings this year.
Seven months ago, wearing face coverings and staying socially distance wasn't on our radars. Now, we wonder how we'll get back to normal.
If you told kids last year to enjoy trick-or-treating because in 2020, they couldn't, those kids would have laughed at you.
North Texas Poison Center officials warned people against drinking bleach to stop COVID-19. They reported 46 bleach ingestions since Aug. 1
Where did the soap fans go during the pandemic? The latest soap opera ratings aren't painting a great picture as new episodes started airing.
For 64 years, KFC touted its 'Finger Lickin' Good' Chicken. Now all of a sudden, the restaurant decided it would suspend that slogan.
A report claims the majority of health misinformation doesn't get marked as misinformation, despite Facebook's efforts to fact-check.
The coronavirus pandemic introduced several new options to our vocabulary. I bet you use some of these new COVID-19 words and phrases, too!
Maybe people waited too long to introduce this particular fake word, but after watching people's behavior, I think we need Pandemiquette lessons!