With COVID-19 threatening college football's massive profits, coaches and administrators are left scrambling. Suddenly, the same people who said schools couldn't afford player labor are crying out about how they can't afford to lose it.
Schools in northern Italy were the first in Europe to close. Since then, teachers, parents and kids across the country have all had to adapt to a new existence — and the results have surprised everyone.
In rural Tennessee, health officials have embraced a strategy for stemming addiction: teaching children as young as 6 how to administer Narcan, a nasal spray that can stop an opioid overdose from being fatal.