"We're seeing an unprecedented loss in jobs, and what's going to come along with that, is unfortunately the loss of health insurance as well," Kaiser Foundation Executive Vice President Larry Levitt said.
The powerful storm Isaias killed at least six people as it churned its way up the Eastern Seaboard Tuesday.
President Trump has repeatedly denounced mail-in ballots, but he is changing his tune for Florida.
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"Decades of psychological research" point to two things that made a difference in helping children deal with stressful conditions: structure and having an emotionally warm, safe space.
Huge explosions rocked Lebanon's capital city, killing dozens of people and injuring thousands more, and sending an enormous blast wave across the city.
As President Trump has made mental health a campaign topic, former Vice President Joe Biden appeared to scoff when a CBS correspondent asked if he has taken a cognitive test.
As coronavirus nursing home deaths continue to rise across the country, CBS News took a look at policies in New York and Florida that allow COVID-19 patients into long-term care facilities.
Mark Strassmann speaks to NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley, who had a successful landing back on Earth. .
The National Institutes of Health and U.S. drug maker Eli Lilly are beginning two trials for lab-produced coronavirus antibodies. Dr. Jon LaPook joins “CBS This Morning” to talk about how significant this could be.
The media mogul said she would be purchasing 500 copies of the book to send to mayors, CEOs and college professors around the country.
Detectives are revealing disturbing details about the condition of the bodies of Idaho siblings JJ Vallow and Tylee Ryan at the preliminary hearing of their mother's husband, Chad Daybell.