Daily vaccination rates are increasing in states with recent COVID-19 surges like Arkansas and Louisiana.
Researchers say it may take a few years for the average life expectancy to bounce back to pre-pandemic levels.
Experts worry about breakthrough cases in older people or those who are immunocompromised, or the virus mutating into a more dangerous strain.
TikToker @brendenandellie reenacted the biggest differences he found at restaurants in the US after moving from the UK, from tipping to free refills.
For every 1,000 workers, nine were laid off in May - a record low. It shows that companies are keeping hold of their staff during the labor shortage
Coronavirus transmission will likely increase in these areas as the Delta variant spreads, CDC Director Rochelle Walensky said.
Among the findings of a study from America250, teens cited "non-white history," voting rights, the Civil War, and religion as historical topics they want to learn more about.
The Mid-Atlantic saw the most undiagnosed coronavirus cases - nearly 9 out of every 100 people - by July 2020.
Aviators are President Joe Biden's go-to sunglasses. Russian President Vladimir Putin's new pair was made by Randolph USA.
The Russian leader downplayed the Kremlin's crackdown on dissent and got philosophical at times.
The US crossed another grim milestone as vaccine hesitancy among some Americans poses a challenge to herd immunity.
The nearly 10-foot tall bronze Statue of Liberty, nicknamed the "little sister," will be on display in New York before being taken to Washington, DC.
Denmark's public broadcaster cited nine unnamed sources in a report on the relationship between the NSA and the Danish intelligence service.
Biden plans to overhaul the immigration system to make it easier for refugees, asylum-seekers, and skilled workers to move to the US, The Times said.
Nobelium broke into an email marketing account used by a US aid agency to stage the email phishing campaign, Microsoft said.
"We have to be pro-Israel, but we have to be pro-Palestinian," Sen. Sanders said on CBS' Face the Nation Sunday.
US vaccination rates have dropped to two million shots per day. Wisconsin, Iowa, and Kansas are some of the state cutting back on vaccine orders.