Only 14 percent of Americans say they are very happy with their lives, according to a new nationwide tracking survey which found U.S. adults are the unhappiest they've been since 1972.
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The full front page of Sunday's edition of The New York Times will be filled entirely with the names of about 1,000 people who died as a result of the coronavirus in the United States.
Nearly three-quarters of American adults said they will hit a mental "breaking point" by early June if their coronavirus stay-at-home orders extend through the start of summer.
For every 10 Americans who successfully filed unemployment claims during the coronavirus pandemic, at least three or four more have been unable to register due to rampant state-by-state technological problems.
Health experts estimate that the coronavirus is at least 10 to 20 times more deadly than the common seasonal flu.
More than 4-in-10 Americans say they are more likely to support a universal health care proposal in the wake of coronavirus spread.
Meanwhile, almost three-quarters say they will be better off financially within the coming year.
Fifty percent of Americans surveyed by Fox News said Trump should be removed, with 44 percent responding "no" and 6 percent saying they are still undecided.
In a CNN op-ed, former U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara told GOP Representative Doug Collins that he "should know better" after saying Democrats were "in love with terrorists."
"We have ZERO problems with the American people...Our sole problem is Trump. In the event of war, it is he who will bear full responsibility," a top Iranian presidential adviser said on Twitter.
Michigan Senator Debbie Stabenow said Iran has the "capacity" to launch attacks against Americans by land, sea or online, and she warned the Trump administration that "there better be a plan."
Projections by Harvard scientists show that if current trends continue, one in two American adults will be obese by 2030. One in four will be severely obese.
The unnamed informant's family reportedly suffered under Islamic State rule prompting him to seek revenge, General Mazloum Abdi said.
Some 2,500 ISIS foreign fighters remain in Kurdish prisons in northeastern Syria, but the Turkish operation may threaten the security of such facilities.
One thing U.S. voters can agree on regardless of party: Increased regulations on Wall Street and banking institutions.
Only 17 percent of American adults said they are at all "surprised" by allegations of misconduct by President Donald Trump in regards to Ukraine.
Americans' fears of North Korea's nuclear program and the Islamic State have both fallen significantly in the past two years of Donald Trump's presidency.
Local firefighters were on hand to help the American vacationers.
At least six people were killed and more than 200 injured as demonstrators contested President Joko Widodo's re-election.
Senator Tom Cotton said U.S. farmers and consumers who feel the pinch of President Donald Trump's trade war with China should consider the "sacrifices" made by soldiers fighting abroad or buried in Arlington National Cemetery.
A group of Minnesotans with diabetes said they were traveling north for five hours to buy insulin for a tenth of what the drug costs in the U.S.
At least two of those who were killed were dual nations of the U.S. and the United Kingdom.
"You are greenwashing your own track record and duping the American people into believing that you are helping address climate change," Representative Rashida Tlaib told bank executives during a House hearing.
"@realDonaldTrump does not do as well with illegal immigrants which is why the Democrats want them so badly," Trump Jr. tweeted.
Nearly 60 percent of voters said they didn't have a lot of trust or any trust at all in President Donald Trump when it comes to health care policy.
A majority of Americans are either enthusiastic or comfortable with a gay presidential candidate, marking a massive swing in favorability since 2006.
New Gallup Poll also says that 66 percent of Americans believe that global warming is being caused by human activity.
The number of Americans who view the countries favorably declined by 12 percent.