Even if Congress does reach a deal, the extra unemployment amount is likely to be less than $600. By the time the money starts flowing, it could be too late for many Americans who are already in dire straits.
By Jill Lawless, Associated Press
The masks were part of a 252 million pound ($332 million) contract the government signed with investment firm Ayanda Capital in April. Papers filed in a court case reveal that the masks won't be distributed because they have ear loops…
By Farnoush Amiri, Report for America, Dan Sewell, Associated Press
His office said the 73-year-old DeWine had no symptoms, but was returning to Columbus before Trump had landed.
By Andrew Selsky, Associated Press
Witnesses and human rights advocates say peaceful protesters, children and pregnant women have sometimes been hit by excessive amounts of tear gas, with police failing to provide an escape route.
Is it safe for schools to reopen during the pandemic? The House Oversight Committee is expected to hold a hearing on the challenges and risks of reopening schools amid the global outbreak.
By Débora Álvares, Associated Press
The top court's justices voted unanimously that the government must install health checkpoints for isolated Indigenous villages plus draft and implement a plan to remove outsiders now within protected areas illegally.
By Marina Villeneuve, Associated Press
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is poised to lead the group representing the nation's governors, which has played a pivotal role in pushing the Trump administration about state needs during the coronavirus pandemic.
Throughout the pandemic, Americans in elder care facilities have been at a high risk of contracting COVID-19. But there are also those residents of nursing homes who have survived the disease in spite of their age. Centenarian Grace Weissman-Spiegel-Davis is…
By Matthew Perrone, Nicky Forster, Associated Press
U.S. testing for COVID-19 is dropping even as infections remain high and the death toll rises by more than 1,000 a day. Officials attribute this trend largely to Americans getting discouraged over having to wait hours to get a test…
By Associated Press
Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft says comments he made that fathers would risk dying to send their children back to school are being misconstrued.
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