Several K-12 teachers said much of the joy they received from personal interaction with students has been undermined or eliminated by teaching through a computer screen.
A Black Democratic state rep in Tennessee said he's "appalled" by comparisons between today's racial unrest and Martin Luther King Jr.'s era of the Civil Rights movement.
"He's obtuse, and he doesn't get it," said one Milwaukee-area suburban resident who voted for Trump in 2016, but now says the president has failed to address racial unrest.
Former First Lady Michelle Obama said much of the racial unrest, "lack of empathy" and "systemic racism" America's children are seeing is emanating from the White House.
A former Liberty University professor of 21 years said she, her students and Christians of faith alike are struggling and "doubting" their faith in the wake of Jerry Falwell Jr.'s sex scandal.
"I find [Melania Trump] to be the Jackie Kennedy of her time—the beauty, the elegance, the soft-spokenness," Peter Navarro said Tuesday.
Students at colleges across the U.S. are petitioning their schools to reduce tuition costs for online-only courses, accusing admins of exploiting unused fees and operating like "capitalist businesses."
Speakers at this year's RNC are quietly being sized up by party strategists as potential 2024 presidential candidates, but GOP pundits say they're not making any bets until the day after President Donald Trump wins or loses.
"What you guys don't understand is that people have their lives in these businesses," the self-described local business owner told protesters in the Wisconsin city.
"The answer seems to be either 'I don't care' or 'I'm mad at the government," a North Dakota Census office manager said of many Americans' refusal.
Hundreds of boats decorated with "Blue Lives Matter" and "Make Liberals Cry" flags gathered in Long Island's Shinnecock Bay Sunday ahead of the Republican National Convention in which President Donald Trump is set to be re-nominated.
Public health and environmental experts say "there's nobody watching" U.S. oil and gas companies along with other leading pollutant operations after the industry complained about being unable to do business during the lockdown.
House lawmakers on Saturday approved $25 billion for the United States Postal Service (USPS) in a rare "emergency" vote Saturday—drawing the ire of Republicans.
The star criticized members of the Democratic Party following this past week's convention, saying that despite all the fanfare, no speakers talked about "a contract with Black America."
The attorney for one of the four ex-Minneapolis police officers charged in George Floyd's May 25 death pointed to body camera footage from the arrest as well as toxicology reports that he said show Floyd had three times the amount of fentanyl in his system.
The president looked to appeal to evangelical Christians and suburban women as he falsely claimed Democrats are attacking their values — even going so far as to remove "God" from the Pledge of Allegiance.
The head of the Department of Homeland Security said he immediately terminated a program that monitored journalists who had published leaked DHS documents after the Washington Post ran a July 30 story uncovering the controversial practice.
Counties and election boards across the U.S. are pleading with younger residents to volunteer or sign up to be paid poll workers as overwhelmed polling locations try to persuade local residents they will be safe from coronavirus infection.
Kushner said the Middle East "was a total mess" when Trump took office and he's "ending wars," rebuilding alliances destroyed by past presidents.
So far, two states are rejecting the plan that pays out less than the $600 provided under the CARES Act passed by Congress in March.
One fraudulent Facebook post highlighted by Wilson Police makes several claims about drug usage, premeditation and details of a fight between Sessoms and Hinnant's parents the night before the incident.
July marked the third consecutive month of increases in apprehensions at the U.S.-Mexico border.
Postmaster General Louis DeJoy agreed to testify before a House panel next week, but only after several top Democrats including Tennessee Congressman Jim Cooper threatened to have him arrested.
Masks, hospital-grade air filters and even some reduced prices have not brought travelers back onboard flights, airline industry experts say.
Days after the United States lost a bid to extend a United Nations arms embargo on Iran, China and Russia agreed to a summit aimed at avoiding potential conflict between the U.S. and Tehran.
White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows on Sunday rebuked data showing "there's no evidence of widespread voter fraud," by simply flipping the burden of proof.
President Trump's newest addition to the White House coronavirus Task Force, Dr. Scott Atlas, is a frequent Fox News guest and critic of what he views as "media hysteria" over the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Vermont senator defended the presumptive Democratic Party presidential ticket of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris from progressive criticism, saying the vast majority of liberals know the country must oust President Donald Trump.
Americans are hearing, reading and seeing more about President Donald Trump than former Vice President Joe Biden. But unlike in 2016, his Democratic rival is tied to positive buzz words.
Video released Friday shows one of the ex-Minneapolis Police Department officers charged in George Floyd's death telling investigators his job was to watch the "hostile" crowd nearby — not the deadly arrest.