"We can either exist in fear, and hope to not die, or we can live knowing eventually we're all going to die," owner Joe Bodge said.
In other coronavirus news: Safety measures in place for the Trump/Biden debate, and pandemic jobless claims have surpassed numbers filed during the recession.
In a 2016 deposition, Maxwell pointed to the size of her bathtub in rejecting the allegations by Virginia Roberts Giuffre.
The event's Covid-19 mitigation plan doesn't mention masks for attendees; says there will be "a sign placed at the table where we will give away Bibles."
Snowden leaked secret documents about the government's secret intelligence collection programs and has been living in Moscow for years.
A Waukegan police officer fired his gun after a vehicle he was approaching began to reverse, police said. No gun was found in the car, and the families of the two shot are seeking answers.
NBC News' Jo Ling Kent reports on growing number of fraudulent ads being placed on social media. She offers tips for catching a scam before you fall victim to it.
"What's kind of great about games is how many different kinds of modes of expression of play there are," said professor Laine Nooney.
Joya Ahmad says this is the race of her life. After delivering PPE at the height of the pandemic, the pre-med student is running the virtual New York City Marathon to raise funds for health care workers in need.
In the first six months of this year, a total of $117 million was reported lost from online scams. A majority of the reported scams are taking place on Facebook and Instagram, FTC data shows.
Teachers are speaking out about the struggles of their jobs during the coronavirus pandemic. In a conversation with NBC News' Vicky Nguyen, educators say they're worried about supporting their students from a distance.
After facing obstacles in the June primaries, a record breaking number of Georgians are voting early ahead of Election Day. The Secretary of State says they are better prepared this time, but critics say many of Georgia's policies have ...
Cementing his reputation as the Pope of surprises, Francis publicly endorsed civil unions for same-sex couples in a new documentary.
Purdue Pharma, the drugmaker blamed for the role it played in the opioid crisis, says it "deeply regrets and accepts responsibility" and pled guilty to three felonies.
A new CDC report finds it takes less than 15 minutes of close contact with people confirmed to have the virus over a 24-hour period to become infected.
"You cannot force me to breathe carbon dioxide, lady," one man said about mask-wearing during a board meeting of the Sarasota County Schools in Florida.
Seventy percent of Americans now support the right of same-sex couples to wed, according to a poll conducted by the Public Religion Research Institute.
'This is not kneeling on a neck': Breonna Taylor raid officer compares shooting to George Floyd's death
"This is not relatable to George Floyd. This is nothing like that," Louisville Police Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly said of the police raid that resulted in Taylor's shooting death.
Protesters hit the streets of Providence, R.I., after witnesses said a police cruiser allegedly hit a moped, seriously injuring the driver. Police say they're still reviewing video evidence, but haven't been able to confirm what ...