A White House spokesperson noted Monday that inbound flights of Afghan refugees to the U.S. would remain halted for "at least another week" due to the identified measles cases.
Joint Chiefs Chair General Mark Milley ordered aides to not act immediately on any move by Trump to use US nuclear forces, and he called a Chinese general to reassure Beijing, presidential...
The Biden administration announced federal employees must be vaccinated by Nov 22.
Police officers are prohibited from using chokeholds on suspects and “no-knock” warrants.
Calls continue to grow for more aid for Americans still suffering from the effects of the pandemic, including for a further extension of the Expanded Child Tax Credit.
A housing shortage in the United States cannot be solely blamed on the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Employers that require proof of vaccination could potentially face millions of dollars of fines in Florida.
"The time is now for childcare, healthcare, and climate action for all. Tax the Rich," Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez wrote on Instagram.
President Biden will soon have to make a decision on whether he will keep Jerome Powell as the Federal Reserve chair.
Wells Fargo is coming under renewed pressure from Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who is pushing the Federal Reserve to revoke its license in a bid to break up the bank.
Studies have shown that coloring has several health benefits and therapeutic effects on humans.
"I just want people to keep looking and not stop until we find her," said the mother of the missing woman.
The two student planned to target "bullies" and verbally asked other students to join their shooting plot.
Diego Archuleta is accused of choking the woman following a verbal argument on Sept. 1.
At least 87% of the total breakthrough COVID-19 deaths were among people aged 65 and older.
The man spent 16 years behind bars — 15 of them on death row in Louisiana — after he was wrongfully convicted of the 1996 murder of his step-cousin.
The four-year-old is one of the 243,000 children who tested positive for COVID-19 last week.
Squaw Valley Resort is changing its name after being accused of using a derogatory term.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken arrived before the U.S Congress for the first set of hearings into President Joe Biden’s withdrawal from Afghanistan.
Simone Biles and fellow Olympic gold medalists are set to appear before a U.S. Senate hearing into the FBI’s investigation into disgraced sports coach Larry Nassar.
While these three states have risen to the top with their vaccination rates other states are lagging behind on the inoculation of their residents.