The 5G capabilities of the new iPhone 12 is expected to be a key piece of Apple's unveiling event.
A hollow release slate and massive drops in attendance have contributed to AMC's financial woes.
Trump boasted about his condition after his bout with COVID-19 during his first rally in Florida since diagnosis.
The Interior Ministry said authorities can use firearms to break up protests, if necessary, on top of the riot gear already deployed.
Pixar's latest film will now release digitally on Dec. 25 instead of its original theatrical date of Nov. 20.
One of the suspects was allegedly in contact with other militias seeking aid in their plot to kidnap Whitmer and overthrow the state government.
Harold Tischler was arrested on charges stemming from the assault of at least one reporter covering the anti-lockdown protests in Brooklyn.
Matthew Dolloff is being held on suspicion of first-degree murder for the shooting and was one of multiple guards contracted by a local news outlet to work security for staff covering the dueling rallies.
The Irish airline ordered 135 737 MAX planes from Boeing before they were grounded following fatal crashes in 2018 and 2019.
Files showed Louisville police continued investigating Kenneth Walker after the raid on Breonna Taylor's home, raising conflict of interest questions by legal experts.
The drug could serve as a stopgap measure until a proper coronavirus vaccine is ready to act as a long-term solution.
Heavy rainfall and strong winds are expected to endure for most of the weekend, with the latter possibly leading to isolated tornados.
The suspects had ties to a Michigan-based militia and was allegedly in contact with other, out-of-state militias seeking aid in the plot.
Reporters Assaulted, Lack Of Police In New York City Anti-Lockdown Protest Offer Contrasting Image To BLM Protests
New York City's Orthodox Jewish community was out in protest of Gov. Andrew Cuomo's lockdowns while witnesses said the police presence was notably lacking compared to BLM protests.
Unions organized strikes and protests in opposition to the "omnibus law" designed to encourage foreign investment, which critics said infringe on workers' rights.
Louisiana was in a state of emergency as coastal communities prepared for another storm to make landfall during a busy 2020 Atlantic storm season.
Fellow tech giants like IBM and Mozilla are backing Google while media outlets and the Trump administration support Oracle.
Three trials conducted over the summer all yielded encouraging results in patients with mild- to moderate-cases of coronavirus.
Flash flooding and a dangerous storm surge is forecast to hammer southeastern Mexico before the storm enters the Gulf of Mexico.
Trump's campaign insists the president is healthy and will be able to attend the next presidential debate.
Comments by the Armenian consul general in Los Angeles sparked the latest protest critical of the LA Times for its coverage of the conflict.
The elderly man allegedly confronted a bar patron for not wearing a mask inside the bar and for their treatment of the bar's staff.
Trump Legal Woes Continue As Author E. Jean Carroll Seeks To Block Justice Department's Involvement In Lawsuit
The Justice Department filed a motion in September asking to take over as Trump's defense and have the lawsuit moved to federal court.
Cal Fire is asking residents who have not evacuated to stop lighting backfires to protect their property from the wildfires.
Flash flooding and dangerous winds are forecast to hammer the Gulf Coast heading into the weekend as Delta pushes north.
The victim was described as a pillar of the community who was allegedly intervening in a domestic violence incident when he was killed.
Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron was ordered by a Louisville judge to respond to a grand juror's request to speak by Wednesday.
Supreme Court Blocks Appeal By A Former Kentucky County Clerk Sued For Not Issuing Marriage Licenses To Gay Couples
Former-clerk Kim Davis is being sued for not issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples after the Supreme Court's 2015 ruling in Obergefell v Hodges.
Tropical Storm Delta is forecast to push northwest toward the U.S. Gulf Coast, while Tropical Storm Gamma is expected to hover over southeastern Mexico
The closures will impact roughly 45,000 employees, though it is not clear who will remain employed and who will be released.