Outside Washington, the argument that the answer to the problems created by subsidizing unemployment lies in a program to subsidize re-employment would be met with silent stares—and justifiably so.
Curfews have been issued in numerous cities across the U.S. including New York City, Atlantic City, Seattle, Birmingham, Denver and Miami.
Russia's new Basic Principles of State Policy in the field of Nuclear Deterrence adds two scenarios in which Russia could be the first to introduce a nuclear attack.
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A new poll shows 58 percent of Americans support extending $600 weekly unemployment payments past July, but top Republicans have said an extension is unlikely.
Firefighters have responded to fires at several CVS pharmacies as well as a labor union building near the White House.
Atlanta Police Chief Erika Sheilds apologized to the students publicly on Sunday.
A $450 weekly return-to-work bonus is one of the incentives legislators are considering as a strategy to jumpstart the economy and get Americans back to work.
At least seven workers at bars and restaurants in Kenosha County have tested positive for the virus this week.
It was important for us to make sure Michael was OK with having two dads, because he was 16 at that time, and he said it was fine. We knew within the first 24 hours that he was our son.
Hulu has introduced a new mode that will allow up to eight friends and family members to chat on a side screen while watching TV or movies together.
The move to nix a vote that would reauthorize expired portions of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act comes after a collapse of broad support for legislation that was the culmination of months of negotiations between the White House, the Justice Department and Congress.
The state also reported a record number of test results on Wednesday, conducting over 10,000 tests in a day for the first time.
"I don't think you're going to find a safer place to come than Las Vegas by June 4," Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak said on Tuesday.
In a letter to Democratic leaders, the unions wrote that the bill "moves us in the wrong direction" and would create a "disincentive for employers to retain or rehire workers."
The Cowboys franchise-tagged Prescott in March and have until July 15 to reach an agreement over a new deal with the quarterback.
Secretary of Defense Mark Esper enacted the first order after more than 1,000 sailors aboard the U.S.S. Theodore Roosevelt tested positive for COVID-19, followed by a second outbreak on the U.S.S Kidd in April.
The Democrat's HEROES Act, passed by the House of Representatives, proposes to extend the expiration date to January 31, 2021.
Secret alliances! Complaints about the "snowflake" generation! "Billions" remains "Billions"
The state legislature appealed the Court of Claims' decision that Governor Whitmer had the authority to extend the state-of-emergency order from April 30.
They are warning that selecting the Minnesota senator would serve as a major misreading of the political moment for Joe Biden and evidence he is taking voters of color for granted.
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.
NewsGuard's Misinformation Monitor tracks misinformation with exclusive data from five countries. Here's the May 2020 edition.
Republican senators are looking to pass new relief legislation before the July Fourth break.
All staff and visitors should be encouraged to wear cloth face coverings, while social distancing should be maintained both in and out of the water.
Demonstrations continue across Michigan as protesters criticize lockdown measures issued during the coronavirus pandemic.
The 528 additional COVID-19 cases in Wisconsin more than triples the state's new cases reported on Monday and doubles the 198 new cases added on Tuesday.
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 administration is brazenly using COVID-19 to enact its immigration agenda," said Dr. Michele Heisler, the medical director of Physicians for Human Rights.