The same proposal was blocked by Democrats last month. The vote came as Nancy Pelosi and Steven Mnuchin continue to negotiate a costly comprehensive bill that many Senate Republicans have bemoaned.
Sudan—on the State Sponsors of Terrorism list since 1993—has reached a deal with Trump to pay compensation to terror victims.
The president has seen his children act as useful surrogates throughout his campaigns and their support through social media might also prove a valuable asset.
Atlas slammed COVID policies of young people, tweeting a link to an article about its impacts on children. But none of Atlas' criticisms were discussed by the experts in the story.
Dr. Jonathan Reiner predicted that the U.S. will start to see "closer to 2,000 deaths per day" within the coming weeks.
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Newsweek and Statista are recognizing 1,000 shops across 39 categories in eight groups.
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President Donald Trump has long been fascinated with the stock market, touting a recent bull run as a testament to his success as president. The fact that a Trump win may derail stocks could be an ironic twist in this election saga.
The U.S. currently has the fourth-highest death rate among the 20 countries "currently most affected by COVID-19 worldwide," according to Johns Hopkins University.
Donald Trump's electoral college victory secured him the White House in 2016 despite losing the popular vote
With less than two weeks to go until Election Day, the president has more than double the chance of winning than he had at this stage in the 2016 campaign, Betfair said.
The majority of all voters polled (51 percent), Democrats and Republicans, said the Senate should vote to confirm Barrett to the Supreme Court.
State-run newspaper China Daily appeared to depict the United States as two snarling white men carrying the Grim Reaper's scythe on their shoulders.
Despite being located in downtown Nashville, where coronavirus cases are on the rise, Belmont University has managed to keep their number of infections low. Students are worried that the school's decision to host the final presidential debate may jeopardize their vigorous healthy and safety efforts.
Weekly new cases in the U.S. have been rising since late September, according to data from the World Health Organization.
Jeffrey Epstein died in his cell after his weeks in a gang-plagued jail were marked by extortion and fears he would be attacked, a new biography claims.
Utah State Senator Don Ipson backtracks after suggesting people should "stay home" if they don't want police dogs to bite them.
China is Africa's biggest lender, but with economies facing turmoil during the pandemic, many countries have appealed for debt relief.
"President Trump is ... going all over the country with a lot of energy. He has really accomplished a lot in his first time," said the Republican senator.
Blasting Facebook and Twitter, the Republican senator said: "They can silence anyone and everyone who dares report on any facts, any news, inconsistent with the desires of the big tech billionaires."
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During the coronavirus outbreak, health care is more important than ever. In Newsweek's first Best Health Care series, we highlight the best infection prevention products.
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