Traveling increases your chances of getting and spreading the novel coronavirus, but it's unknown if one type of travel is safer than others.
The Change.org petition calls on Biden to back the universal basic income checks until the worst of the coronavirus pandemic is over.
Over half of the NBA franchises have returned to training and the season is expected to resume at some point in late July.
'The Breakfast Club' radio host urged Biden to pick a progressive black female running mate to alleviate voter depression in November.
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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo accused Russia of "flagrantly" violating the multilateral deal, with which the U.S. is now set to end compliance in six months.
"I don't want to jinx myself, but I'll tell you why: The American people, they fully understand what's at stake here," the former Vice President said during an appearance on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" on Thursday.
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If the virus keeps spreading, the unemployment rate keeps rising and the economy keeps contracting, Trump could be a one-term president—no matter what he says about China.
Marshall Billingslea said China was "stubbornly" refusing to share information on its plans for nuclear arms development.
More than 40 percent of people who weren't interested in a vaccine said they believed the inoculation was riskier than the virus.
In a classified State Department memo obtained by Newsweek, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo suggested Russia may been capturing images of infrastructure for the purposes of targeting it with "conventionally-armed, precision-guided weapons."
Navajo Nation, the largest Native American territory in the U.S., has the highest per capita infection rate in the country, surpassing that of New York, the worst-hit state.
The HEROES Act, which contains measures such as stimulus payments to individuals, looks unlikely to pass the Senate due to GOP opposition.
Republicans in the Senate have called for a pause before potentially issuing another relief bill, indicating their desire to first evaluate the work that has already been done.
President Trump was criticized for announcing he was taking the drug by health officials earlier this week.
Entomologists predict that as many as 1.5 million cicadas could gather per acre in certain states as adults emerge from the soil to breed.
The nurse said patients attend these parties to speed up the process of spreading the virus so America can get back to normal.
President Donald Trump excoriated the WHO and its director-general in a letter about the agency's response to COVID-19 and handling of China. Here, Newsweek adds more context to the letter.
Costco trended on Twitter after a video captured an employee called Tison asking a customer to leave a store over his refusal to wear a mask.
"What Congress has done to date has been remarkably timely and forceful," Jerome Powell told senators. "I do think we need to take a step back and ask over time: Is it enough?"
A poll found that more than four in ten independents did not think the U.S. was ready for the economic shock of another spike in cases.
Representative Roger Marshall is an obstetrician who serves in Kansas' 1st congressional district and is running for the Senate.
"The central argument of the Trump re-election as his campaign team envisioned it doesn't exist anymore," one strategist said.
The Trump administration's public charge rule allows officials to view use of certain benefits programs as a negative factor in green card applications.
The BDS campaign distorts coronavirus into yet another anti-Semitic conspiracy theory.
The winning numbers in Friday night's Mega Millions draw were 11, 17, 32, 33 and 46. The Mega Ball was 25 and the Megaplier was 3X.
Partners with Alliance for Safety and Justice teamed up with musician G Herbo to address one correctional institution's desperate need for supplies.