SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- California communities are scrambling to track down people exposed to the coronavirus after the state let many accelerate reopening without meeting minimum standards for contact tracers, a review of ...Read more
President Donald Trump has lost the one remaining advantage he had with voters, with 50% of voters now saying they trust Joe Biden to do a better job managing the U.S. economy than Donald Trump, according to a new poll ...Read more
ATLANTA -- President Donald Trump used a brief trip to Atlanta on Wednesday to tout changes to the federal environmental review process, an overhaul he said would speed the permitting of infrastructure projects nationwide....Read more
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Former congressional candidate Mark Harris will not face state criminal charges in the ballot-fraud case that led to a redo of NorthCarolina's 9th District general election in 2018, Wake County District ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- The charges against four social workers connected with the case of 8-year-old Gabriel Fernandez, who was tortured and killed by his mother and her boyfriend, will be dropped Thursday, the Los Angeles County ...Read more
PHILADELPHIA -- The U.S. Bureau of Prisons has accomplished what attorneys for former U.S. Rep. Chaka Fattah could not after two appeals -- springing the disgraced politician early from lockup.
A BOP spokesperson ...Read more
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was released from a Baltimore hospital and is back at home, a day after being admitted with a possible infection, the U.S. Supreme Court said.
The hospital stay was the latest health scare for ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- California reported its largest number of new coronavirus infections in a single day Tuesday, hospitalizations hit a new high and deaths approached record levels as the state continued to lose ground in its ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- Dee Lescault got the bad news from her landlord. Her Costa Mesa hair salon had reopened on June 1 after being dark for months because of the COVID-19 pandemic, dealing a painful economic blow to the 66-year-...Read more
The U.K. accused Russian state intelligence of hacking international pharmaceutical and academic research in a bid to win the race to secure a vaccine against COVID-19.The U.K.'s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) said ...Read more
SAN FRANCISCO -- The next two weeks are shaping up to be critical for California as officials wait to see if the sweeping restrictions imposed in late June and July show any signs of slowing the rapid spread of coronavirus...Read more
WASHINGTON -- With coronavirus cases in Florida surging, the Republican National Committee announced Thursday morning that it would limit attendance at the Jacksonville convention next month.
President Trump will accept ...Read more
As coronavirus cases climb many U.S. states, some Pacific Island nations have safely ridden out the storm.
The Marshall Islands is still COVID-19-free.
"We saw the threat and took action early," said Jack Niedenthal, ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- With an eye on the November elections, top Democrats are ramping up criticism of President Donald Trump's deregulatory environmental agenda, including his move Wednesday to weaken a bedrock environmental law ...Read more
Applications for U.S. unemployment benefits posted the smallest weekly decline since March after coronavirus cases surged and reopenings paused or reversed across the South and West.
Initial jobless claims in regular ...Read more
As Twitter Inc. grapples with the worst security breach in its 14-year history, it must now uncover whether its employees were victims of sophisticated phishing schemes or if they deliberately allowed hackers to access ...Read more
More than four months into the coronavirus pandemic, how close are the U.S. and the world to a safe and effective vaccine? Scientists say they see steady progress and are expressing cautious optimism that a vaccine could ...Read more
Along the Texas coast outside Corpus Christi, Nueces County Judge Barbara Canales surveyed the sandy Gulf of Mexico beaches packed with swimmers and sunbathers, just the way they are every summer. Then she went back to her...Read more
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