(WASHINGTON) -- President Joe Biden tested negative for COVID-19 on Saturday after experiencing a rebound infection but will continue to isolate until he gets a second negative result, the White House physician said. "The President today continues to feel very well," Dr. Kevin O'Connor said in... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Countries in Europe and North America are continuing to report more cases of monkeypox, but experts say the disease so far does not pose a serious risk to the public. At least 17 infections of the rare disease have been confirmed in non-endemic... Read More.
(KYIV, Ukriane) -- The acting U.S. ambassador to Ukraine told ABC News Tuesday that an order for diplomats’ families at the embassy to leave the country was issued because Russia could attack “any day now” if it chose. Kristina Kvien, the embassy’s charge d’affairs, made... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- If you were planning to ring in 2022 with a couple dozen of your friends this New Year's Eve, many officials and health experts are warning against it. "Omicron and delta are coming to your party," Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker warned at... Read More.
By DR. TARUN JAIN and DR. SAMUEL ROTHMAN, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- Even with millions of vaccine shots pricking arms every day, epidemiologists are warning that it's too soon for states to ease up on public COVID-19 measures without risking... Read More.
By ARIELLE MITROPOULOS, ABC News (NEW YORK) -- Even with the race to vaccinate as many Americans as possible accelerating, some experts are warning that if Americans don't also follow proper safety and mitigation measures the U.S. could see a COVID-19 resurgence.
By LUKE BARR, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- Although Democrats have accepted the new revelation from the intelligence community that both Russia and Iran have obtained voter data in their efforts to interfere in the election, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Thursday... Read More.
By LUIS MARTINEZ, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- While expressing concern about a 30% spike in the number of active-duty Army suicides this spring and summer, Pentagon officials are not ready to link the increase to the coronavirus pandemic. The officials said... Read More.
City of Marysville Urges Caution After a Rash of Pedestrian vs Vehicle Incidents Most pedestrian fatalities, nearly 80%, happen in the dark. With the days getting shorter and shorter in the PNW, now is the time of year to remind ourselves that pedestrian safety is... Read More.