This marks their first Mother's Day since Nick Cordero died in July from COVID-19.
On Tuesday’s "Jimmy Kimmel Live!," Dr. Anthony Fauci discussed the public outrage he experienced while working on Covid-19 task force.
Oliver called Carlson out for sewing seeds of doubt about the vaccines despite the answers to Carlson’s questions being readily available.
Discussing his "This is Our Shot" campaign, the musician and activist looks back on a politically and personally challenging past year and says he's "hopeful" about the future.
Alyssa Milano gets "frustrated" when stars stay quiet "out of fear of a negative career impact."
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Willie and Korie Robertson explain how getting vaccinated fits with their religious beliefs.
The actress shared during The Hollywood Reporter’s roundtable that she's been "obsessed" with cleaning every nook and cranny in her home during the pandemic.
“She had an office in the lower level of the West Wing. And I guess, obviously, you say she could have done more, but it was really tough on her.”
Even Bikini Bottom isn't immune to the coronavirus pandemic. Nickelodeon has pulled the viral-themed episode "Kwarantined Krab" from the currently airing 12th season after deciding its "Clam Flu" was uncomfortably similar to real-life events.
The fitness instructor and "The Talk" co-host took to Instagram to share a video on the anniversary of the last day she "saw Nick as Nick."
Jessica Simpson reveals she tested positive for COVID-19 while reflecting on "intense" year.
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The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has begun inviting talent to present at the upcoming 93rd Oscars. With those invitations, more details have emerged about how producers intend to keep the ceremony COVID-safe. The ceremony will likely be an open-air production at Los Angeles’ historic Union Station. The Academy had previously announced that […]
Trump admitted that while people have a right to make their own choices, he assured his supporters that the vaccine is safe, even claiming that it's "saving our country."
Eighteen-time Grammy-winning cellist Yo-Yo Ma previously told PEOPLE that his art is "not about winning, but about sharing"