The family of a Texas man composed a harsh obituary to point blame for their loved one's COVID-19 death on politicans and those who refuse to wear masks.
Grocery stores are restocking toilet paper, but they're still out of products like Lysol and Clorox Wipes. If you're waiting for the latter, get used to it.
This week, former GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain died from complications of COVID-19. The discussion about his death seems to miss an important point.
Three California churches filed a lawsuit this week after the state imposed a singing ban claiming it violates their First...
If you've shopped for clothes since the pandemic began, you've likely noticed you can't use fitting rooms to make sure those new threads fit.
With some churches champing at the bit to get back to normal, an Atlanta megachurch made a surprise announcement about their in-person services.
A friend of mine posted recently on Facebook that she didn't understand Christians claiming the wearing of a face mask would offend God.
Last week, just before Memorial Day holiday weekend, President Donald Trump called churches, synagogues and mosques essential places of worship.
Protesters in Michigan converged on the capital to demand the state's stay at home order be lifted. What one said proves how little they've paid attention.
Since the pandemic began, medical experts explained the importance of wearing masks when you leave home. People still don't seem to understand.
Since working from home now for almost two months, I wonder about how our pets think about the pandemic. They must wonder what happened.
When it comes to eating out, diners are beginning to get more options as states make plans to allow restaurants to reopen dining rooms.
It has been more than a month since stores ran out of toilet paper. But every time I visit a grocery store, I still see empty shelves down the paper aisle.