John and Laurie Miller pose outside of their home in San Jose, Calif., Wednesday, March 10, 2021. The Millers were passengers on the Grand Princess cruise ship, which had captured the world’s attention in 2020 when it became clear the coronavirus pandemic had arrived at U.S. shores on board the […]

LAKE COUNTY, Fla. – It was a busy New Year’s Eve day outside the Cooper Memorial Library in Clermont where people 65 or older waited in their cars to get their Covid-19 immunization shot. The majority of people had made an appointment by phone–but for others like 68-year-old Ken Wilde, […]

American students accustomed to easy access to Canadian campuses face unprecedented obstacles to continuing their education as the nation’s borders remain all but closed due to the coronavirus. Visas once processed in weeks are taking months to secure. Students have been asked to prove that their physical presence is essential […]