President Donald Trump is declining to commit to a peaceful transfer of power if he loses the Nov. 3 presidential election. Trump told reporters Wednesday he would “have to see what happens" when asked about the matter.
Vice President Mike Pence and Ivanka Trump made an unannounced stop at a Minneapolis hair salon left in rubble by the violence that followed George Floyd’s death. They were in the Twin Cities for a "Cops for Trump" event.
House Democrats are reworking their virus relief bill in bid to jump-start negotiations with the Trump administration. If talks fail, the Democratic-controlled House could still pass the measure next week.
A Chinese pharmaceutical company says its coronavirus vaccine candidate will be ready for the world by early next year. The vaccine has passed stage 1 and stage 2 clinical trials, but has not finished stage 3 trials, which are the global standard.
With more and more people working from home, more people are looking for bigger spaces or new environments to move to. This has caused the need for housing to surpass the supply of homes available in most areas.The pandemic has seen an increase in housing demand, particularly over the last three months.
The body of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will lie in repose at the Supreme Court on Wednesday and Thursday, with arrangements to allow for public viewing. Ginsburg will be buried next week at Arlington National Cemetery in a private service.
A New York federal judge has ordered the U.S. Postal Service to live up to its responsibilities to timely process election mail. This comes after several individuals including candidates for public office sued.
Most schoolchildren in New York City returned to school on Monday, but not inside a classroom. Only pre-kindergarteners and some special education students are going to school in-person for now due to a delay for in-person classes due to staffing and supply shortages.
A top advisory committee to the U.S. Census Bureau is urging the statistical agency to allow the once-a-decade head count of every U.S. resident to continue through October instead of finishing at the end of September.
The world's most famous sled dog race will go forward in 2021, and officials are preparing for every potential contingency now for what the coronavirus and the world might look like in March when the Iditarod starts.
Federal officials have denied extending protections under the Endangered Species Act to a subspecies of moose in four upper Midwestern states. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service ruled the population is stable.
U.S. wildlife officials are proposing to exempt some areas from habitat protections. The plan would place greater weight on the economic benefits of development when deciding if land or water should be protected.