Memorial Day travelers hit tourists spots across US, but not always social-distancing
Thousands of stir-crazy Americans have flocked to beaches and tourist spots over the Memorial Day weekend, and while many tried to stay safe, many others seemed to ignore social-distancing rules despite the lingering coronavirus pandemic.
Washington state man charged with coronavirus relief fraud, allegedly sought over $1.5 million in loans
A Washington state software engineer is charged with fraudulently seeking over $1.5 million in coronavirus relief funds intended for small business loans, prosecutors announced Friday.
Law professor's $1.2 million defamation award shows false rape claims' impact in digital age, attorney says
University of Minnesota Law School professor, Francesco Parisi, won an unprecedented nearly $1.2 million in damages last week after a judge ruled his ex-girlfriend had falsely accused him of rape.
Florida man kidnaps girl, 17, to drive him through coronavirus highway checkpoint: police
A man was arrested last week on kidnapping charges after allegedly threatening a 17-year-old girl in a grocery store parking lot and forcing her to drive him and another woman through a coronavirus highways checkpoint into the Florida Keys, authorities said.
North Carolina veterans make video for those who can't receive military funeral honor guard during coronavirus
A group of military veterans out of Mount Airy, N.C., made a video to bestow a funeral honor guard upon departed service members who are unable to receive one due to the novel coronavirus outbreak.
Second NYC field hospital dismantled, despite bed threshold needed to reopen amid coronavirus pandemic
Officials announced Friday that the Brooklyn Field Hospital in New York City will be dismantled, despite state criteria that a certain number of beds be available to handle any potential influx of patients stemming from the novel coronavirus outbreak as the region looks to reopen.
Air Force pilot who died in Vietnam honored by Texas high school student with stunning video tribute
Air Force Major Eugene P. Beresik, an elite flight instructor and decorated combat pilot during the Vietnam War, was shot out of the sky over the Gulf of Tonkin almost exactly 52 years ago.