A current shelter-in-place order prohibits churches from congregating. But as public pressure mounts on state and local leaders across the country, a church and its bishop wants the nation's highest court to weigh in on the legal dispute.
If passed, the bill, introduced by Senators Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota and Ben Sasse of Nebraska, would provide Americans unemployed due to the pandemic with a $4,000 tax credit to use on training programs so they can have a competitive edge in the post-pandemic workforce.
British leader Boris Johnson reportedly plans to limit the Chinese tech giant's influence in Britain's 5G network to zero by the year 2023.
The lawsuit alleges that Kamil Warraich was called racial slurs, passed over for promotions in favor of his white colleagues, and was wrongfully fired.
The mosques and Muslim organisations have accused the Equalities and Human Rights Commission of a "dereliction of responsibilities" to British Muslims over its failure to investigate the Conservative Party.
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.
Prime Day may be delayed, but there's reportedly another noteworthy sale coming to the online retailer later this year.
Between out-fundraising his Republican opponent, the state's political makeup and the absence of a Democratic candidate, the independent has caught the eye of the Democratic Party.
Africa and the world contained Ebola. But without similar international support Africa will lose the fight against coronavirus, pandemic and COVID-19 will remain a global threat. We will all be losers.
The coronavirus pandemic has hit the professional wrestling industry hard as live events are canceled, leaving full-time wrestlers out of work. No-one knows for how long.
King's College Professor Sir Robert Lechler on the "very tough balancing acts" needed to recover from the pandemic, the likelihood of a second wave, and the impact of Trump's "inconsistency."
"Canada has an independent judicial system that functions without interference or override by politicians," Trudeau said Thursday.
The presumptive Democratic nominee has begun interviews with several women to be his running mate.
More than 40 percent of people who weren't interested in a vaccine said they believed the inoculation was riskier than the virus.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock said five percent of the population in the rest of the country have tested positive for coronavirus antibodies.
"Ericsson has carefully put itself into an advantageous position across vastly different political environments," one technology industry analyst told Newsweek.
The annexation of the West Bank pits two states against one state like never before. But the only way Palestinians can influence either is to have the right to vote for the only government in control of the entire area: Israel.
There are no artefacts buried alongside the skeleton that could offer arcaheologists clues to the woman's life or death.
Michael Ray James, who is running for election in Sylacauga, proposed hanging for people convicted of dealing three times to highlight "scourge" of drugs in city.
The World Health Organization said the global COVID-19 case tally rose by 106,000 in the last 24 hours, the largest single-day jump in new cases since the pandemic began.
Governor Chris Sununu has extended New Hampshire's stay-at-home order until May 31 but said "we're not in a position to say a mask-wearing order is appropriate at this time,"
The lack of a bipartisan deal between the political adversaries over who should lead a panel to oversee pandemic relief has the potential to delay and even hamstring its oversight efforts.
Moscow finally seems to be growing weary of its Syrian burden.
Conway targeted one woman allegedly on the vice president's shortlist for having proven she "can't be trusted."
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.