While New York healthcare workers have overwhelmingly chosen vaccination, some are choosing to lose their jobs instead of getting the shot.
On the Herman Cain Award subreddit, users share social media posts from people who refused the COVID-19 vaccine and caught the disease.
Amazon services ads, along with those from other major companies, were found on more than 30 sites that promoted fake news about COVID-19.
Doctors say there's no data that supports the claim that COVID-19 vaccines affect fertility or the health of pregnancies.
Uel Trejo, 20, said as soon as her pastor spoke about religious exemptions from the pulpit, "people started cheering and jumping out of their seats."
An immunologist shares her experience with having her children in the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine trial.
The reporter said she won't get the vaccine as she tries to conceive. The CDC has encouraged women who are pregnant or trying to get vaccinated.
In a survey by the US Census Bureau, about 82% of disabled adults said they'd received a COVID-19 vaccine, compared with 85% of adults without.
Mae Rice's video went viral. In the comments, hundreds of people said they got vaccinated thanks to her.
"Success looks like very few people in the hospital and very few dying," Vivek Murthy told Politico.
Larry Cavitt, 68, is charged with first-degree murder after police say he used a 9mm handgun to shoot his relative in the head last Saturday night.
Prince Harry blamed news outlets for spreading misinformation during a speech at the GQ Awards, which was also attended by Piers Morgan.
Prosecutors allege Jasmine Clifford, who ran the Instagram page @AntiVaxMomma, sold 250 fake CDC vaccine cards for $200 each.
The boy's father is vaccinated and reportedly supported the judge's initial decision to prohibit in-person contact between mother and son.
The S&P 500 is looking to score a fresh record high in Tuesday's session as investors cheer the FDA's approval of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine.
At the "Save America" rally in Cullman, Alabama, former President Donald Trump encouraged his supporters to "take the vaccines."
An Alabama physician is reportedly refusing to treat patients who are unvaccinated, saying he won't watch them die from a "preventable disease."