After 117 days, Disney World was back open Saturday to the general public after the coronavirus pandemic swiftly shut down the tourism capital of the planet.
President Donald Trump said Friday he would seek sweeping changes to U.S. immigration policy through an executive order, suggesting he might create a “road to citizenship” for certain migrants brought to the country illegally as children and shift the criteria for new arrivals to a “merit-based” system.
President Donald Trump ordered the Treasury Department on Friday to review the tax-exempt status of colleges and universities, following his threats to cut federal funding to schools that do not reopen due to the coronavirus pandemic.
President Donald Trump scored a tactical victory from the Supreme Court that will likely keep his personal financial records out of public view through the November election, but he framed Thursday’s two rulings as a loss imposed by his enemies.
Mayor Bill de Blasio joined protesters Thursday in painting a vibrant yellow “Black Lives Matter” mural on the street outside Trump Tower, delivering a message to the president on his old home turf.
Brooks Brothers, one of the oldest apparel retailer in the United States, filed for bankruptcy protection, as the coronavirus pandemic continues to impact businesses.
A statue of Melania Trump in Slovenia was torched on July 4, Reuters reported. The statue previously stood near the U.S. first lady’s hometown of Sevnica.
President Donald Trump’s apparent proposal that future coronavirus aid for schools be tied to students, rather than school districts, has drawn rebukes from key Democrats.
The United States officially submitted its notification of withdrawal from the World Health Organization (WHO) to the United Nations secretary-general, setting in motion the country's exit from the global body in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Florida’s Department of Health on Wednesday confirmed 9,989 additional cases of COVID-19, the fourth-highest single-day total recorded since the pandemic began in March. The state now has 223,783 confirmed cases.
New coronavirus projection predicts 208,000 U.S. deaths by November, says universal mask usage would...
A newly released model predicts that a total of 208,000 Americans will have died from COVID-19 by Nov. 1.
With his polling numbers slipping to new depths and South Florida COVID-19 cases spiking to record heights, President Donald Trump plans to return to Miami-Dade County this week on a visit that will mix Latin America policy and campaign politics in the coronavirus epicenter of the nation’s biggest swing state.
Though President Donald Trump has attempted to downplay the dangers of coronavirus as the reopened country sees a surge in new cases, the country’s top infectious disease expert sees a much more worrying situation.
The shocking surge in shootings in New York City over the Fourth of July weekend was no surprise to New York Police Department Commissioner Dermot Shea.
Uber Technologies Inc. has agreed to acquire Postmates Inc. in a $2.65 billion all-stock takeover expected to be announced as soon as Monday morning in the U.S., according to people familiar with the matter.