Among the top coronavirus news out today are: As the U.S. prepares to celebrate the Fourth of July, new coronavirus cases continue to surge, breaking records in multiple states.
More than 350 elephants in Botswana have mysteriously died since May, in a phenomenon that some scientists have dubbed a "conservation disaster," and one that has evaded explanation.
The United States had its second day of record-high cases of COVID-19. Not all states are faring the same; here's what to look out for in your state.
Here's how Live Science will participate today in #ShutDownSTEM and what it means to the site and staff.
A pregnant wild elephant in Kerala, India, died on May 27, possibly due to an explosion in her mouth after she ate a fruit stuffed with firecrackers.
SpaceX and NASA made history, sending astronauts from U.S. soil toward the International Space Station. And you can watch it all here.
For anyone wondering whether "disinfectant injections" to treat coronavirus are around the corner, the answer is absolutely not.
The novel coronavirus may have been spreading in the San Francisco Bay Area well before anyone knew, as a coroner has reported two COVID-19 fatalities there in early February.
Where did SARS-CoV-2 come from? Several ideas have been put forward from natural-borne in bats, an escape from a lab in Wuhan and others. Here's the murky origin story of the novel coronavirus.
Here's why New York is being hit the hardest by the novel coronavirus spreading across the U.S., with more cases and more related deaths per capita than any other state.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was discharged Sunday (April 12) from St. Thomas' Hospital and will continue to recover from COVID-19 at his country residence, Chequers.
Here are links to coronavirus pages from U.S. state and local health departments, where you can get practical information for your locale and the spread of COVID-19.
The female tiger named Nadia is one of six big cats that appear to have contracted the coronavirus from a zoo caretaker.
As coronavirus cases and hospitalizations soar, the U.S. health care system is trying to keep up by building field hospitals. Here's a look at makeshift hospitals across the country.
A domestic cat in Belgium was confirmed to have COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus that's spreading across the globe.
The first infant death related to COVID-19 in the United States has been reported in the Chicago area today (March 28).
A persistent coronavirus myth that this virus, called SARS-CoV-2, was made by scientists and escaped from a lab in Wuhan is completely unfounded. Here's how we know.
The doctors and nurses on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic are putting themselves at unnecessary risk due to the national shortages of protective gear.
A drug used in Japan to treat influenza seems to be effective at treating the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19, according to news reports.
A newborn in London has tested positive for the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, causing COVID-19, just minutes after being born to a mother who was also infected with the virus.
A 55-year-old individual from Hubei province in China may have been the first person to have contracted COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus spreading across the globe.
If you are possibly sick with the new coronavirus that causes COVID-19, here's how you can self-quarantine and isolate yourself to keep healthy people from getting sick.