The top U.S. public health agency stirred confusion by taking down a website post that said the virus can remain suspended in the air and drift more than 6 feet as aerosolized particles. Plus: Q&A and a reliable guide to stay well.
England joined European countries such as France, Germany and Belgium in imposing a second lockdown as hospitals filled. In the U.S., parents and costumed kids found Halloween fun while also minding pandemic rules. Get your own safety refresher here.
America's fight over masks has reached a new front: polling places. And voters have the right to vote, even if they're sick or in quarantine. Protect yourself at the polls with these easy, common-sense steps.
It was the firmest guidance yet from the government on curtailing traditional gatherings to fight the outbreak. Plus: Managers accused of betting on how many workers would get sick, and 9 charts that show where and how fast the virus spreads in our communities.