House Democrats also can go to court to challenge President Trump’s border wall spending, a federal appeals court ruled.
Can the country build herd immunity without letting millions of people die?
At least two students at North Paulding High School in Dallas, Ga., have been suspended after sharing images showing congested hallways and classmates without masks.
The department will revert to issuing recommendations on a country-specific basis.
Federal officials say the raid is part of an investigation linked to a riot at a shopping mall in Scottsdale, Ariz., during protests in May.
Facebook has taken down a post from President Trump that included misleading information about covid-19 and children.
Ceremonies marking the 75th anniversary of the bomb have been drastically scaled back due to the coronavirus pandemic.
School officials nationwide, caught up in the reopening debate, had little time to prepare for online learning.
U.S. businesses appeared to slow their hiring dramatically in July, adding only 167,000 new workers to their private payrolls — a steep drop from analysts’ expectations...
The United States continues to grapple with the reckoning spurred by George Floyd’s death in Minneapolis.