This WWII veteran still showed off solid dancing moves during the pandemic.
"That's using your skullcap," Ben Gruenstein wrote.
Countless people across the country are turning to one of the few hobbies that hasn't been banned: Baking bread.
Coronavirus isn't stopping this grandfather from Michigan from walking four miles to see his newborn granddaughter, even if it's through a glass door.
For the last few weeks, Kyle McBride has only been seeing his wife and four children though glass -- either a window or a computer screen.
A New York photographer who used a drone to ask a woman on a date during the coronavirus pandemic used a protective bubble to meet her in person.
The doctors and nurses on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic in Italy are almost unrecognizable behind their masks, scrubs, gloves and hairnets — the flimsy battle armor donned at the start of each shift as the only barrier to contagion.
Self-isolation amid the COVID-19 pandemic has given people plenty of time to show off their previously unused skills
Scott Smith of San Francisco said his industry is getting particularly battered by staying at home, and he feels like he and his colleagues cannot go "unheard, unnoticed and treated as the basement of the small business community."
Staff at a Welsh nursing home organized a life-size version of the classic tabletop game Hungry Hungry Hippos.
A suburban Chicago restaurant is offering a unique perk with every to-go order in the midst of the coronavirus outbreak: a roll of toilet paper.
A website called "How much toilet paper" has emerged, showing people how long their supply of the highly coveted rolls will last them.
President Trump made the remarks during a mid-Wednesday press conference
A loving son wanted to cheer his mother up after her senior living facility put its building on lockdown amid the coronavirus, so he serenaded her and the residents on his guitar.
When you're trapped on a cruise, it's best to live tweet the experience and take videos of Grandma dancing with a face mask on, of course!
A 7-year-old was stood up by her father for her school’s dad-daughter, luckily her big brother came to the rescue.
SXSW says they are "exploring options to reschedule the event and are working to provide a virtual SXSW online experience as soon as possible for 2020 participants, starting with SXSW EDU."
Olive Garden has fired the manager of one of its restaurants in southwestern Indiana who was accused of complying with a white customer's demand to replace her table's black server with one who wasn't black.
A Florida man convicted of taping a dog's mouth shut and leaving the animal dehydrated and malnourished was sentenced to five years of probation on Monday.
A recruiter from Oklahoma Christian University was fired last week after high school students said he had them line up by the color of their skin and hair texture during a group activity.