By TRISH TURNER, KATHERINE FAULDERS, and ALLISON PECORIN, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- A week of bipartisan talks between the White House and Democratic leaders has shown little-to-no sign of progress, but Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin told reporters after talks with Democrats... Read More.
By JON HAWORTH, EMILY SHAPIRO and MEREDITH DELISO, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- The novel coronavirus pandemic has now killed more than 671,000 people worldwide.Over 17.2 million people across the globe have been diagnosed with COVID-19, the disease caused... Read More.
By TOMMY BROOKSBANK, ABC News (NEW YORK) -- Dr. Anthony Fauci reaffirmed that every feasible option should be explored to reopen classrooms as the typical start of the school year inches closer."We want to try as best as... Read More.
By NICOLE PELLETIERE, ABC NEWS(DEKALB, Ill.) -- A 17-year-old who has been named valedictorian is the first Black female to achieve the honor in her high school's 159-year history.Nina Mitchell graduated from DeKalb High School in DeKalb, Illinois,... Read More.
By ANNE FLAHERTY, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- In Texas, Scott Baskin is doing the unthinkable in a state where COVID-19 cases have soared this summer.His overnight camp, Camp Champions in Marble Falls, outside of Austin, has been operating... Read More.
By DR. YALDA SAFAI, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- The talk of schools reopening in the fall and the push from President Donald Trump and his secretary of education to open in-person classes have many parents worried about the safety of... Read More.
By: ELLA TORRES, ABC News (NEW YORK) -- When the influenza pandemic struck America in 1918, most cities responded with measures that included closing schools.Yet three cities -- New York, Chicago and New Haven, Connecticut -- vowed to remain open.
By SOPHIE TATUM, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- A new report published on Friday revealed a majority of public schools across the United States have physical barriers that potentially limit access for individuals with disabilities.Nearly two-thirds of public schools... Read More.
By KENDALL KARSON, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- School disruption brought on by the coronavirus pandemic is fueling anxiety in a majority (59%) of parents who are concerned that their child is falling behind in their education, even while only 44%... Read More.
By LAURA ROMERO, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- At The Lawrenceville School, a private high school in New Jersey, students returning in the fall will have access to an app that tracks potential coronavirus symptoms, touchless sinks and a health center... Read More.
By: MARIYA MOSELEY, ABC News (NEW YORK) -- As the coronavirus pandemic continues to rage across the U.S., the debate over how to safely reopen schools is intensifying.Three teachers who are mothers spoke to ABC News, urgently pleading to halt... Read More.