More than a year into the coronavirus pandemic, undocumented migrant workers are still among the last in the U.S. to receive protection against the virus that has infected more than 31.4 million people nationwide.
Climate change was included in the U.S. Office of the Director of National Intelligence's annual threat assessment, which was publicly released on Tuesday.
Enhancing law enforcement presence in Central America could push migrants into dangerous terrains, one immigration advocate warned.
The woman was attacked on March 22 in Brooklyn, police said.
The former vice president announced the launch of Advancing American Freedom on Wednesday.
The fraternity chapter has been placed on an interim suspension, according to University of Mississippi officials.
The effort comes as Michigan experiences its latest surge in new COVID-19 infections.
Former President Donald Trump pulled the U.S. out of the 2015 agreement in 2018.
The U.S. Office of Special Counsel said Tuesday that the former Trump official violated the Hatch Act in connection with a video that aired during the 2020 Republican National Convention.
The Illinois congressman encouraged voters to support candidates who are "committed to sane politics."
Though both his job approval and favorability ratings have dropped, the Kentucky Republican easily won his bid for reelection last fall.
The "Chernobyl" and "Friday Night Dinner" actor died on April 5 at age 54, his agents said Tuesday.
Seventeen of the cases were identified as secondary infections, CDC officials wrote.
The billionaire investor began his philanthropy in South Africa in the late 1970s.
The MLB announced its decision to move this year's All-Star Game out of Atlanta last week.
The infectious disease expert said Monday it is unlikely the federal government will mandate a vaccine passport.
Border officials say a human smuggler dropped the two young girls from a 14-foot fence along the border in New Mexico earlier this week.
The proposal would spend $115 billion over eight years to modernize 20,000 miles of roadways and 10,000 bridges in need of repair.
Law enforcement officials said the suspect also died.
The bicyclist confronted a man who said he was trying to "wake up" people who had been "psychologically manipulated."
Authorities announced an arrest in connection with the attack on Wednesday.
The organization said it is anticipating the arrival of as many as 2,400 unaccompanied children.
The $2 trillion infrastructure and jobs bill proposes investing $100 billion to expand broadband access over the next eight years.
The Texas congresswoman who shared the video described the center as a "processing plant" during an appearance on "Fox & Friends."
New York City police are searching for the man who attacked the 65-year-old woman, kicking her multiple times.
Guess cited comparisons between the two bags in a statement about its decision to stop selling them.
China's top legislative body proposed the changes this month and began debating them on Monday.
The woman and the 13-year-old accused of causing the fatal crash have both been charged with vehicular homicide, police said.
U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai issued a condemnation of the Myanmar security forces' "brutal violence against civilians" while announcing the decision on Monday.