Wyoming, the state that has reported the fewest number of COVID-19 deaths so far, will be reopening its bars, restaurants, gyms and more on Friday with social distancing guidelines in place.
Essential workers affected by the coronavirus pandemic could receive compensation under a new bipartisan bill introduced on Thursday.
The news of Senator Richard Burr temporarily stepping aside from his role as chairman of the chamber's Intelligence Committee was shocking to at least one of his colleagues on the panel, a reaction that was visible even beneath her face mask.
Glynn County District Attorney Jackie Johnson has been facing significant criticism in the aftermath of the shooting death of 25-year-old black Georgia resident Ahmaud Arbery.
As hundreds of protesters gathered at the Michigan Capitol on Thursday morning, a fight broke out when one of the demonstrators pulled out an American flag that had an unclothed, brown-haired doll hanging from a noose at the bottom.
A 5-alarm fire tore through a vacant mill in Norton Wednesday evening, drawing firefighters from multiple surrounding cities and towns to battle the blaze, fire officials said.
Northeastern University President Joseph Aoun says school officials definitely believe they can reopen buildings for in-person classes this fall — but not without challenges.
HHS Secretary Dismisses Whistleblower Complaints About Coronavirus Response, Says ‘Everything He Talked About Was...
Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Alex Azar dismissed Dr. Rick Bright's testimony to a House committee on Thursday, saying that his concerns about the coronavirus outbreak were shared by the entire administration and that his complaints were resolved.
A $2 pay raise that Amazon introduced to compensate employees in the United States and Canada for their continued work during the coronavirus pandemic was extended through May 30, the company said on Wednesday. The extension was announced as Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos' massive fortune came under renewed scrutiny after a study showed he was on track to become one of the world's first trillionaires.
Businesses struggling to pay their employees can still apply for forgivable loans under the Paycheck Protection Program.