Former Vice President and presumptive Democratic Presidential Candidate Joe Biden will speak at the National Education Association's assembly July 3.
By Stephen Groves
Trump is expected to speak at a Mount Rushmore event, which has issued 7,500 tickets to watch fireworks that he previewed on Thursday as a "display like few people have seen."…
By Kim Chandler, Associated Press
The U.S. Supreme Court in a 5-4 decision Thursday blocked a lower court ruling allowing curbside voting in Alabama and waiving some absentee ballot requirements during the COVID-19 pandemic.
By Yamiche Alcindor
At a moment the U.S. is facing crises on multiple fronts, President Trump continues to use language that sparks controversy and highlights the nation’s racial divides. He recently retweeted a video of a man chanting “white power” at a Florida…
President Trump is campaigning for reelection as the U.S. faces a challenging moment. To analyze how his rhetoric on race and his response to coronavirus are resonating across the country, Yamiche Alcindor talks to Chris Buskirk of the website and…
By Aamer Madhani, Associated Press
The 74-year-old was hospitalized less than two weeks after attending President Donald Trump's campaign rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The statement says Cain was hospitalized Wednesday after he developed "serious" symptoms but he is "awake and alert."…
By Mary Clare Jalonick, Matthew Daly, Associated Press
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer accuse Trump of being "soft" on Russian President Vladimir Putin and distracted by less important issues.
By Jon Gambrell, Associated Press
The fire happened early on Thursday at Natanz, an underground facility where Iran enriches uranium.
By Geoff Mulvihill, Associated Press
Rep. James Clyburn says urgent action is needed "before this virus spins further out of control." Administration officials say that they have helped the nation boost supplies over the last several months and that most states have at least 30…
By Associated Press
The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case involving the descendants of a group of Jewish art dealers from Germany who say their ancestors were forced to sell a collection of religious art to the Nazi government in 1935.
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