The Trump administration is introducing a series of new restrictions on visas that allow immigrants to temporarily work in the United States, marking the latest effort to bar the entry of immigrants to the country.
State lawmakers and voting rights activists are bracing for potential chaos during Kentucky's primary election on Tuesday after concerns over coronavirus led state elections officials to sharply limit the number of in-person polling places.
Reeling after a weekend campaign rally with lower-than-expected turnout, President Donald Trump changed the subject Monday morning with a series of widely debunked lies about alleged voter fraud in US elections, stoking fears of a "rigged election" this November.
CNN's Jake Tapper challenges White House trade adviser Peter Navarro's suggestion that China "created" coronavirus.
NASCAR drivers are planning a show of support for Bubba Wallace on Monday at the Talladega Superspeedway in Alabama a day after a noose was found in his garage.
Democratic senators on Monday gave their strongest indications yet they may block the Republican police reform bill from coming to the floor, a risky move that could prevent any overhaul measure from being enacted this year over their party's concerns that the GOP bill is too weak. ...
Twelve German postal workers received medical treatment and dozens more were evacuated due to a pungent suspect package -- which turned out to be a shipment of the notoriously smelly durian fruit.
A 17-year-old boy was shot late Sunday inside the area of Seattle referred to as the Capitol Hill Organized Protest (CHOP) or Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone (CHAZ), according to city police.
American Airlines is being sued by five passengers who allege they were improperly removed from a flight because of racial discrimination by the airline.