The Trump administration said it would no longer require international students to attend in-person classes during the coronavirus pandemic in order to remain in the country.
In Maine, Sara Gideon prevailed over limited competition in the Democratic primary for Senate and will face Susan Collins in a race that has become the priciest Senate campaign in the state’s h...
The president spoke in the Rose Garden for 63 minutes. He spent only six of those minutes answering questions from reporters.
The president rejected the fact that Black people suffer disproportionately from police brutality and made startling remarks about the Confederate flag and a recent confrontation in St. Louis.
The Trump administration has ordered hospitals to bypass the C.D.C. with key virus data. Critics are sounding alarm bells.
He beat back tears. He said he let his family down. He declared of politics, “This chapter of my life is closed.” But he would not criticize his former boss, and even said President Trump cou...
Ms. Gideon, backed by the Senate Democratic campaign arm and outside political groups, had long been the favorite to challenge Senator Collins, the sole remaining New England Republican in Congre...
Dr. Jackson, a Republican who was backed by President Trump and based his campaign around their close relationship, effectively stamped his ticket to Congress in a deep-red district.
Three felony charges were filed against Steve Watkins, a Republican, shortly before he appeared in a televised debate ahead of the state’s primary election.
Scientists expect emissions, driven by fossil fuels and agriculture, to continue rising rapidly.
Prosecutors said Reta Mays, who worked at a hospital in West Virginia, administered fatal doses of insulin to veterans.
Justice Ginsburg, 87, underwent an endoscopic procedure at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore to clean out a bile duct stent, a Supreme Court spokeswoman said.
Remarried, likely to win re-election in November, he was embarking on a second act when he died of the novel coronavirus.
Three months after Congress created a bipartisan oversight board to scrutinize the handling of hundreds of billions of dollars in pandemic relief, it remains hobbled by the lack of a chairman.
The work of Mr. Kern, known as “Mr. Mardi Gras,” has delighted visitors to Carnival in New Orleans for decades.
The judge questioned whether the women involved in the proposed agreement constituted a legal class. He also said a proposal to pay out $12 million toward legal fees for the producer and his form...
No traumatic injuries or disease were found, the medical examiner said.
Welcome to the most negative Senate campaign of 2020 so far.
Dan Scavino, one of the president’s closest advisers, shared the cartoon by Ben Garrison, an alt-right artist who has been criticized for anti-Semitic imagery.
Long lines. Pizza at the polls. Absentee ballots that never showed up. And that’s just the warm-up to November.
He became a champion in sport fishing while in his 20s and went on to found a leading company in the manufacture of spearfishing and diving gear.
Neither candidate has aired a positive ad since February in a campaign where both candidates are trying to appeal to the brand of politics popularized by President Trump.
Rising seas are bringing water into communities at record rates, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said Tuesday.
“The Eyes of Texas,” once sung at minstrel shows, will remain a campus anthem at the University of Texas at Austin, the school announced on Monday.
Edgar Sandoval knew he was well prepared to report on the spread of the coronavirus on the Texas-Mexico border. He was going home. Little did he know exactly what he would find.
The host, Dianna Ploss, filmed herself telling landscape workers to speak English. She later said she considered the criticism of her remarks “a badge of honor.”
Researchers said the case strongly suggests that Covid-19 can be transmitted in utero. Both the mother and baby have recovered.
Oregon was sandwiched between two states that had big coronavirus outbreaks but managed to keep its numbers low. Until it couldn’t.
The U.S.S. Bonhomme Richard in San Diego is listing because of water from the fire hoses, tugboats and helicopters fighting the inferno, which has destroyed the ship’s forward mast.
In 1921, the city of Tulsa erupted in a spasm of hate and fire that destroyed its prosperous Black district. A century later, excavators are uncovering a “crime scene.”