Some colleges and universities are adjusting how they will be teaching students in the fall offering most of their classes online, but the financial cost of higher learning is expected to remain the same as those institutions charge full price.
On July 1, Richmond Mayor Lever Stoney ordered the removal of 11 Confederate monuments in Richmond, including the 22-foot bronze image of James Ewell Brown Stuart that was erected more than 40 years after the end of the Civil War.
"Disney, I have no doubt is going to be a safe environment," Governor Ron DeSantis said.
Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez said Monday that he is signing an executive order that will close restaurant dining rooms, gyms and party venues in an effort to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus.
States such as Arizona, Florida, California and Texas have had record-high case numbers in recent weeks, with some governors pausing reopening plans.
Beaches along the Texas Gulf Coast will be closed for the Fourth of July weekend.
According to a Real Clear Politics average of polling data, 55.8 percent of Americans disapprove of the president's overall job performance, while 41.5 percent approve.
Maung Khaing, 38, a miner from the area who witnessed the accident, was about to take a picture of the massive mound of waste and mud, when people began running for their lives.
The Department of Veteran Affairs reported that it treated 4,100 COVID-19 patients at 138 medical facilities in the U.S. in June, up from 1,390 in May.
A recent Gallup Poll suggests America's attitude toward immigration has become more positive, with 77 percent of those saying immigration is good for the country.
"This doesn't look like a protest to me no more," Horace Anderson said. "That just looks like they just took over and said, 'We can take over whenever we want to.'"
"I want to remind all Texans that each of us have a responsibility to help slow the spread of this virus, and I urge everyone to wear a mask, wash their hands regularly, practice social distancing, and stay home if possible," Texas Governor Greg Abbott said.
Senate leaders are working with Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin to craft legislation that could lead to a second round of stimulus payments this summer.
The Sienna College Research Institute poll found a majority of New Yorkers are against reducing or defunding police departments but feel that systematic racism is a problem in the criminal justice system nationwide.
St. Louis attorney Mark McCloskey said the protesters who were angered by Mayor Lyda Krewson's "doxxing" of those demanding the police be defunded, threatened to kill him and his family.
The Public Policy Polling survey, which polled 734 registered voters in Georgia on June 25 and 26, found Biden leading Trump 49 to 45 percent
Five people, including a 14-year-old boy, were shot in four separate shootings in Indianapolis last night.
A Dallas area woman was recorded throwing a temper tantrum after store employees reportedly asked her to wear a facemask.
Friday's all-time high marks 15 of the last 16 days where the state reported of 1,000 or more confirmed cases of the new coronavirus.
"I have encountered the police and observed them while holding my gun from a safe distance," Omar Chatman said. "I've been displeased with every encounter."
President Donald Trump's approval rating is taking a hit among voters who are unhappy with his handling of race relations, health care and the economy, according to a Fox News poll.
The petition was created in late 2019 by Opal Lee, 93, to give Americans a way to celebrate freedom for all, her granddaughter Dione Sims told Newsweek.
The players reported to the U.T. training facility in Austin for voluntary workouts and were tested when they arrived, John Bianco, spokesman for the University of Texas athletic department, said in an email.
Deborah Evans, communications director for the National Juneteenth Observance Foundation, told Newsweek that the organization has been working with lawmakers for more than 25 years trying to enact legislation making Juneteenth a national holiday.
"Now is not the time to go out and behave as if life has returned to normal," Mayor Sylvester Turner said. "It has not and it won't anytime soon."
Workers who are recalled part-time may be able to still receive at least half of their state unemployment stipend but it may depend on where you live.
Hospitalizations for new coronavirus patients have been on the rise in the state, with 1,756 reported on June 1. The Texas Department of State Health Services reported 2,518 hospitalized COVID-19 patients Tuesday, an increase of 192 patients from the day before.
A Real Clear Politics survey shows the former vice president with an 8.7 percent lead over Trump in Michigan, but some state Democrats say they are not feeling overconfident.
Petitions that call for the Ku Klux Klan, the oldest hate group in American history, to be declared a terrorist group, gained momentum after President Donald Trump said he wanted ANTIFA declared a terrorist organization.