Drive-In Movie Theaters Making A Comeback Amid Coronavirus CrisisWith most indoor theaters shut down to slow the spread of COVID-19, a cultural relic from the 20th century is poised for a major comeback in the era of social distancing.
Survey: Millennials 'Pushing Off Major Life Milestones' During Coronavirus PandemicMillennials are "pushing off major life milestones" such as marriage, having a child or buying a house due to the cornavirus pandemic, says a new report.
Cancer Survivor To Graduate Nursing School With Daughter: 'You’d Be Amazed At What You Can Do If You Just Don’t Quit'A North Carolina mother who survived breast cancer will graduate from nursing school with her daughter.
Hospital Throws Confetti Party For 10-Month-Old Boy Who Completed Chemotherapy TreatmentHeathcare workers in North Carolina showered a ten-month-old boy with confetti and cheers as he recently completed chemotherapy treatment.
Subway, Chick-fil-A Adapt To Social Distancing As Coronavirus Pandemic Grinds OnSome of the most popular restaurants in the United States are having to get creative to get by in the era of social distancing.
Parents Petition Against 'Disappointing' Decision To Hold Virtual Graduation Amid Coronavirus OutbreakParents in the Des Moines, Iowa, public school district are circulating a petition to overturn the school board's decision to hold graduation ceremonies online due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Don Shula, Winningest Head Coach In NFL History, Passes Away At 90The winningest head coach in National Football League history and a South Florida icon for half a century, Don Shula has passed away at the age of 90.
Four Injured As Axe-Wielding Man Threatens To Kill Shoppers At Lowe's StoreA man allegedly attacked at least four people with an ax inside an Indiana home improvement store Wednesday, authorities said.
'What Are You Running From?': Woman, Dog Flee To Safety After Giant Alligator Disrupts Bike RideAt first, Tanya Miller thought it was a giant rock. Then it moved.
'It's My Fault': Kentucky Governor Apologizes To Tupac Shakur Over Unemployment Claim Mix-UpKentucky Governor Andy Beshear has apologized for saying someone named Tupac Shakur, who had applied for unemployment in the state, was an example of fraud -- when it was actually the person's real name.
Coronavirus Survey: 43% Of Americans Admit To 'Comfort Buying' While Social DistancingAbout 58 million Americans are spending more money while social distancing, according to a new survey by WalletHub.
'I Was Actually Very Shocked': Neighborhood Battles Over Blue Christmas Lights Honoring Medical WorkersA neighborhood in Utah is fighting over Christmas lights that a homeowner said he put up to to honor medical workers fighting the COVID-19 pandemic.
Man Sings 'God Bless America' Every Day To Inspire Neighbors During Coronavirus LockdownA Michigan man who serenades his neighbors with "God Bless America" two times a day says he'll keep singing until the state's stay-at-home order is lifted.
'Stay In, Stay Safe And Save Lives': 9-Year-Old Honorary Police Sergeant Urges Social DistancingA young Irish boy's advice for people to maintain social distancing amid the coronavirus pandemic is resonating around the world.
Family Turns Neighborhood Sidewalks Into Giant Monopoly Board For Coronavirus LockdownAn Iowa family trying to stay busy during the coronavirus lockdown made a huge Monopoly board game for their neighborhood using sidewalk chalk.