Here are answers to some of your questions about COVID-19 as the U.S. sees a spike in new cases.
CBS News senior foreign correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reports from London on the overseas impact of the coronavirus.
As the nation approaches 200,000 coronavirus deaths, President Trump continues to insist vaccines will be available for mass distribution by April, contradicting the claims of health officials. CDC Director Robert Redfield said one would most likely be ready by late 2021. Michael George reports.
As parts of Europe face a second wave of the coronavirus pandemic, the United Kingdom is preparing vaccine distribution facilities before a vaccine has even been approved. CBS News' Holly Williams has more in the series "Racing to a Cure."
Some nannies must choose between looking after other people's kids and get paid — or stop working to look after their own.
Health experts point out that we don't yet know how effective a vaccine will be – but we do know masks help stop the spread.
"I don't think they should have had the wedding," said a member of the church where the ceremony was held.