The president's requirement that claimants receive at least $100 in state payments could leave millions ineligible for the $300 federal supplement.
In Texas, an anonymous letter warned residents of merciless shootings if those from Chinese and Indian descent didn't return to their country.
Stretching nearly 10 feet long, the snakes were "some of the biggest and fattest" ever seen, according to a local official.
The House speaker has been involved in talks with the White House in an attempt to reach an agreement which could pass through both chambers of Congress.
The former White House press secretary has weighed in on the energy policies of the Democratic presidential contender, who accuses the GOP of misrepresenting his views.
A Burlington, Wisconsin, resident filed documents to register the petition with the state's election commission last week.
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In the film, we addressed many of the scandals that have tested the Queen for seven decades and found compelling behind-the-scenes anecdotes that had never been told.
Saturday turned deadly as a group of Donald Trump supporters clashed in the Portland streets with Black Lives Matter demonstrators. One man was shot dead during the confrontations.
"He goes bonkers and starts firing tweets at you. Which, of course, he did, and I get an extra 50,000 Twitter followers. The point I'm making is that this is what we have to do to beat him," Scaramucci said.
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.
UA administrators released the most recent round of coronavirus numbers Friday evening, reporting an additional 481 positive cases in students within the past three days.
The story of Hurricane Katrina is not one of effective disaster planning or equitable recovery. However, it is a story of how our community took on the challenges of racism and failed governance—and fought for our right to heal.
I have found that there are a number of common questions that are asked over and over again by parents, professionals and young people alike.
The legendary record company announced several digital initiatives in honor of the 57th anniversary of the historic civil rights event.
The country that Donald Trump and Republicans presented at their convention does not exist for the overwhelming majority of Americans. In fact, it does not exist outside the Fox News ecosystem.
The HEROES Act passed the lower chamber of Congress 105 days ago, though a bipartisan agreement which could also make it through the Senate has not been reached.
Athletes from various professional sports leagues, including the NBA, WNBA, MLB and MLS, refused to play on Wednesday in protest to the shooting of Jacob Blake.
A State Department spokesperson told Newsweek that U.S. officials "encourage the Palestinians to bring any concerns to the negotiating table within the context of direct talks based on the Vision," also known as "the deal of the century."
Democrats concerned about a tightening electoral map in battleground states have new worries in the recently reliably blue state of Nevada, one they fear could be the Michigan of 2020 as a surprise target for President Donald Trump.
Matt Rodgers, who is bi-racial, is running for a spot Virginia's House of Delegates 47th District.
A video of people being placed into law enforcement vehicles with no license plates have been shared on social media.
Sheskey, who has been with the Kenosha Police Department for seven years, held on to Blake's shirt and fired his service weapon seven times at the man's back, state authorities said.
The company is cutting around a fifth of its workforce, potentially saving nearly $1 billion.
On January 1, 2008, he is believed to have lured his teenage daughters to his taxi cab and then shot them both to death in the vehicle.