United Airlines' CEO Scott Kirby and union leaders called upon Congress and the Trump administration Friday in a letter to restart coronavirus aid.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the public will doubt a hastily approved COVID-19 vaccine, echoing some of the results of a recent Pew Research Center study.
Residents must stay within about 1,100 yards of their homes, schools and shopping centers will close, and groups of no more than 10 can meet indoors
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Thursday that in-person classes for most students would be delayed once again, just four days before in-person learning was set to begin.
In a memo to staff Thursday, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce announced it will begin laying off employees as it restructures staff.
Australian airline Qantas joins the list of airlines offering flights that depart and end at the same airport as international travel remains restricted.
An internal report by pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca confirms that a COVID-19 vaccine trial volunteer experienced a rare neurological condition.
A new survey indicates that a significant amount of high-earning New York City residents have considered leaving in the past four months.
Facebook Vice President Nicola Mendelsohn says some advertisers are returning to the platform as a result of increased efforts to combat hateful content.
Conservative group affiliate Turning Point Action reportedly enlisted the help of Arizona teenagers to spread the group’s message on their personal social media accounts in what some are calling a ...
The social media website is adding an election information hub to help users navigate the voting process during COVID-19.
A spokesman for the Department of Health and Human Services called a meeting to apologize to staff following a Facebook outburst over the weekend.
Democratic nominee Joe Biden is making his first campaign visit of the year to Florida to drum up support among Hispanic voters, who have been inundated with right-wing conspiracy theories intended...
With an additional 15,000 new cases of coronavirus added this week, Brazil ranks third in the world, only behind the U.S. and India.
Authorities confirm that South Dakota Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg was involved in a car crash Saturday that left one person dead.
Elizabeth Holmes is exploring the possibility of claiming a "mental disease" defense in her upcoming criminal fraud trial.
Peace talks between the Afghan government and the Taliban are set to begin following the release of 6 High-Value Taliban Prisoners on the eve of the 9/11 anniversary.
Colleges across the nation are experiencing an uptick in COVID-19 cases, with an analysis showing 19 college towns topping the list of hottest U.S. outbreaks.
Colombia is in uproar after a video surfaced of police detaining and repeatedly tasering a man who later died, prompting violent protests.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Wednesday indoor dining would be allowed to resume Sept. 30 at 25 percent capacity with certain requirements restaurants need to meet.