Relocation of federal agencies and departments will improve living standards for federal workers, provide more and better education options for their children and a higher quality of life overall.
Those who qualify could receive a free Android smartphone with 3GB of data each month and free international calls to select countries.
While only 31 percent of Americans surveyed in a poll released Monday approved of President Donald Trump's response to the COVID-19 pandemic, 44 percent approved in a poll taken by the same group in March.
Wesley Purkey experienced the sensation of drowning while he was conscious but paralyzed after being injected with pentobarbital, new court filings have alleged.
Lezmond Mitchell is set to be executed on August 26 for the 2001 slayings of a 63-year-old Navajo woman and her 9-year-old granddaughter.
Detroit Police Chief James Craig said he welcomes the arrival of federal law enforcement agents being sent to the city under Operation Legend.
Lezmond Mitchell, 37, a Navajo, is scheduled to be put to death on August 26 at the federal penitentiary in Terre Haute, Indiana.
Maureen Healy, 52, said she was peacefully protesting in downtown Portland when tear gas was deployed and an impact munition fired by a federal officer hit her in the head.
A lawsuit has been filed against the Trump administration on behalf of the Wall of Moms, anti-racist organization Don't Shoot Portland and several individual protesters.
Kristen Jessie-Uyanik, 41, said she was with the Wall of Moms outside the Multnomah County Justice Center when she "heard a BOOM and felt something hit my face."
Christopher David, 53, was seen being beaten with a baton and pepper sprayed in the face by federal agents in a viral video.
Ted Wheeler joined protesters outside the Mark O. Hatfield U.S. Courthouse during yet another night of demonstrations in the Oregon city.
Some protesters threw flares and other incendiary objects over a fence erected to protect the Mark O. Hatfield U.S. Courthouse.
Federal agents later dispersed the crowd using tear gas, flash bangs and less-lethal munitions.
Wesley Ira Purkey was put to death at the Federal Correctional Complex in Terre Haute, Indiana, hours after the Supreme Court cleared the way for his execution to proceed.
Purkey, 68, of Lansing, Kansas is scheduled to receive the lethal injection at the U.S. Penitentiary in Terre Haute, Indiana on Wednesday.
The latest tribute followed five days of around 80 to over 100 daily COVID-19-related deaths in Texas.
A Department of Defense medical team was sent to Bexar County, whose county seat is San Antonio.
Hospitalizations in Texas climbed to 9,869 on Thursday, the highest level recorded in the state since early April.
Wesley Purkey has schizophrenia, brain damage, bipolar disorder, Alzheimer's and dementia. The Constitution requires the prisoner to understand why he is being executed. He clearly doesn't meet that test.
Coronavirus has highlighted how the federal government still has a lot of work to do, when it comes to cybersecurity.
President Trump's early coronavirus actions saved lives, explains a member of the White House Coronavirus Task Force.
Billions of dollars in federal funding for everything from healthcare to unemployment to Meals on Wheels rely on data collected by the Census.
"The decision is certainly consistent with what my understanding of the [law] is," one legal expert told Newsweek.
Conservative critics of the New York congresswoman brushed off her criticisms of the federal government's coronavirus response, noting instead she made a margarita while urging Americans to push fellow lawmakers into action.