(NEW YORK) -- As we continue to celebrate Earth Month, it's important to spotlight the "slow fashion" movement aiming to make fashion more sustainable for people and the planet. While we've been living in a "more is more" cycle of clothing production for years, this... Read More.
By Erin Schumaker, ABC News(GENEVA) -- The World Health Organization criticized Europe's sluggish vaccine rollout as "unacceptably slow" in a recent statement, pointing to the low rate of Europeans who have been fully vaccinated.Just 10% of Europeans have... Read More.
By ERIN SCHUMAKER, ABC News(LONDON) -- The AstraZeneca vaccine likely slows the transmission of the virus in addition to protecting against severe COVID-19 illness and death, according to a new study.To come to that conclusion, University of Oxford... Read More.
By BILL HUTCHINSON, ABC News(ST. PAUL, Minn.) -- The governor of Minnesota rolled out a plan on Monday intended to "jumpstart" the state's COVID-19 vaccination program with an emphasis on getting people over the age of 65 inoculated.Gov.... Read More.
By HAKYUNG KATE LEE, ABC News(SEOUL, South Korea) -- Contact tracers in South Korea are working around the clock to do anything they can to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. From being on the phone all day to questioning COVID-19... Read More.
BY: ALLISON PECORIN AND BENJAMIN SIEGEL, ABC NEWS (WASHINGTON) — Senate Republicans are moving full steam ahead toward a confirmation vote on Supreme Court nominee Judge Amy Coney Barrett before Election Day -- and there is little Democrats can do to stop it. While... Read More.
By JORDYN PHELPS and BEN GITTLESON, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- While President Trump has repeatedly mused that the U.S. should slow down testing for the coronavirus as the surging case count has earned the United States the unenviable distinction as having... Read More.
By BENJAMIN SIEGEL, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- The Trump administration was slow to respond to warnings about the country’s dwindling supply of protective equipment as the start of the coronavirus pandemic, leading to persistent shortages as the virus continues to surge... Read More.
By ALEXIS CARRINGTON, ABC NEWS(NEW YORK) -- A new study has found that people who were proactive and stayed home even before lockdown orders were implemented in the United States may have helped slow the spread of the novel coronavirus... Read More.
By ANNE FLAHERTY and MARIAM KHAN, ABC NEWS(WASHINGTON) -- The nation’s top health experts on Tuesday directly contradicted President Donald Trump’s suggestion that coronavirus testing should slow down, telling lawmakers that more tests -- not fewer -- are needed to... Read More.