US mourns 500,000 COVID-19 deaths

A candlelight ceremony was held at the White House to mark the more than 500,000 lives that have been lost to COVID-19 in the US since the pandemic hit.       

‘Stop killing us’: Asian Americans decry spike in violent attacks amid pandemic

Asian Americans have been victims of increased violence and harassment since the coronavirus pandemic began, but recent attacks have prompted some to "hunker down" again.        

No criminal charges against Kenosha police officer Rusten Sheskey in Jacob Blake shooting

Jacob Blake was getting into a car outside his girlfriend's house when he was shot in the back by Kenosha officer Rusten Sheskey.        

Spreading joy to the nation

Santas brave COVID-19        

Most notable quotes of 2020

Fauci: 'Wear a mask'        

Harvard’s next student body president is making history and a path for others

Growing up in Mississippi, Noah Harris didn't picture himself going to Harvard. He said, "I just didn't even know that it was it was an option."        

In Atlanta, Dr. Robert R. Redfield and HHS Secretary Alex Azar defend the CDC’s role.

CDC Director Dr. Robert R. Redfield and Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar discuss the importance of the CDC's science-driven response to COVID-19.        

20 cheap American cities people are moving to

Many people moved away from COVID-19 hotspots or left cities because they lost their jobs amid the pandemic.        

Women’s March demonstrators gather to protest nomination of Amy Coney Barrett in Washington DC

Nearly four years after the first Women's March, hundreds gathered to protest President Trump and his nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to the US Supreme Court.        

NASA: The latest in space exploration

This special special edition updates the latest in space exploration, including the Artemis moon launch, 30 years of the Hubble telescope and more.