Nearly 9,000 unaccompanied migrant children have been kicked out of the United States without court hearings under the Trump administration’s coronavirus restrictions at the border.
President Trump has continued to make false statements about Covid-19 and downplay the virus that has taken more than 210,000 lives in the United States. Correction: An earlier version of this video description included the wrong number of deaths caused by Covid-19 in the United States. More than 210,000 people have died during the pandemic.
President Donald Trump is no stranger to conspiracy theories. Before Trump was even elected, he spent years pushing birther lies about President Barack Obama, the first Black president of the United States.
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden warned of the “cost of division” Tuesday in a speech in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, delivering a call to turn past a moment he said is “neither good nor normal” and unify.
The Trump administration is tightening up an employment-based visa program that allows highly skilled foreign workers to come to the United States, arguing the changes are necessary following shocks to the labor market caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
White supremacist extremists will remain the deadliest domestic terror threat to the United States, according to the Department of Homeland Security’s first annual homeland threat assessment, which details a range of threats from election interference to unprecedented storms.
The long-awaited, massive American Dream Mall was just about to fully open when the pandemic hit the United States, forcing its doors shut. As of Thursday, the megamall is open for business.
When the coronavirus started spreading in the United States in March, Best Buy chief executive Corie Barry moved quickly.
Chinese online media firm Sina Corp. is quitting Wall Street as Chinese tech companies come under heightened scrutiny in the United States.
Grocery stores across the United States are stocking up on products to avoid shortages during a second wave of coronavirus.
The pandemic sent the United States into one of the steepest economic contractions in history, but some businesses are pulling through — and even thriving during this time of adversity. Some are hiring thousands of employees to keep up with their fast-paced growth.
When the pandemic hit the United States in March, Imperfect Foods found itself scrambling to keep up with a sudden spike in demand.
TikTok is making the corporate technology company Oracle its business partner in the United States.
The onset of the 2020 recession in the United States came quickly and with little warning, as the economy had been chugging along nicely until the Covid-19 pandemic hit.
Lord & Taylor, the first department store established in the United States, is officially going out of business, ending a nearly 200-year run.
Advocate groups are challenging in federal court a Trump administration policy that makes it difficult for certain migrants to obtain Green Cards in the United States, as well as the appointment of Ken Cuccinelli, who oversaw the change.
When Shyamala Gopalan first came to the United States, there were only around 12,000 Indian immigrants living here.
Black newborn babies in the United States are more likely to survive childbirth if they are cared for by Black doctors, but three times more likely to die when looked after by White doctors, a study has found.
This year has been a wakeup call. With historic numbers of Americans out of work since the pandemic struck the United States and a renewed conversation about systemic racism highlighting structural power imbalances, it’s more important than ever that we create a more equitable and fair system for workers. One way to do this: Ban non-compete employment agreements.
Early this year, the world watched in horror while the global pandemic took hold of Italy. Leaders in the United States watched too, but failed to prepare for what was coming. Instead of prepping our health care systems to brace for impact, President Donald Trump’s administration looked away from the looming crisis and promoted a false narrative that Covid-19 was not going to affect our country.
Heritage Brands, an anchor of outlet malls across the United States, announced that it will close all 162 of its stores beginning next year.
After a week of skyrocketing coronavirus cases in the United States, officials are issuing a stark warning this July Fourth: Skip the parties.
NPC International, the operator of 1,200 Pizza Hut and nearly 400 Wendy’s restaurants in the United States, has filed for bankruptcy.
Farmers across the United States were already struggling before the coronavirus pandemic hit. Now many are at a breaking point. The federal government has offered aid, but it’s only a temporary fix. For farmers to truly survive and thrive, they need the freedom to trade with partners across the globe — without prohibitive tariffs and restrictions standing in the way.
For months, immigrant detainees held in Farmville, Virginia, worried about the coronavirus pandemic unfolding across the United States, but within the confines of the facility, the situation appeared to be stable, with few to no cases. Then, a sudden spike.
Former White House national security adviser John Bolton said Sunday that President Donald Trump denying he was briefed on intelligence that Russians had tried to bribe Taliban fighters to kill US troops shows Trump’s “fundamental focus” is not on the United States’ national security.
Dust lofted into the air by a few dust storms across Africa has made the 5,000-mile journey across the Atlantic, the Caribbean, the Gulf of Mexico, and now on Thursday into the United States.
A former Arizona county assessor pleaded guilty to running an adoption fraud scheme that involved bringing pregnant women from the Marshall Islands to the United States to give birth, authorities said Thursday.
McDonald’s plans to hire 260,000 people this summer in the United States as it begins to resume normal operations.
As many as 25,000 retail stores in the United States are expected to permanently close this year as consumer demand for discretionary items stalls and more people shift to online shopping, according to a firm that tracks the industry.