Being President of the United States can be lonely and daunting, and only a few people alive know what it’s like first hand.
President-elect Joe Biden will unveil a comprehensive immigration plan on his first day in office, a source familiar with the proposal tells CNN, describing an agenda that provides a multi-year pathway to citizenship for the millions of undocumented immigrants currently in the United States.
With coronavirus vaccines now rolling out across the United States, businesses and schools are considering how, and what it will take, to safely resume in-person operations.
China was already outperforming every other major world economy last year as the coronavirus pandemic upended the globe. It looks like the country’s relatively sure footing also gave it the edge in its trade war with the United States.
His days as president of the United States may be numbered, but Donald Trump is going out of his way to light a string of wildfires for his successor to put out.
When the coronavirus pandemic first hit, nursing homes across the United States scrambled to protect their vulnerable residents. They shut their doors and banned visitors, leaving seniors isolated from the outside world.
The Transportation Security Administration screened 616,469 people at airport security checkpoints across the United States on Christmas Day, the agency said Saturday.
When health care workers were running out of personal protective equipment as the coronavirus pandemic spread across the United States, a middle school shop teacher in New Jersey decided he had to help.
In the fight against Covid-19, the US government is enlisting pharmacies to administer vaccines to hundreds of millions of Americans — an endeavor with unprecedented scale that presents a host of challenges for companies big and small across the United States.
Chipotle is adding smoked brisket to its menu in select markets in the United States for a limited time.
As the United States women’s national soccer team (USWNT) geared up to face the Netherlands in a friendly on Friday, their anthem jackets were emboldened with a message: Black Lives Matter.
The Justice Department is requiring some immigrants facing deportation to file to stay in the United States in a matter of weeks, a highly unusual move that puts them at a disadvantage and at an increased risk of removal.
Walmart has resumed counting and monitoring the number of customers that enter and leave it stores. This comes as coronavirus cases in the United States hit daily highs.
People along nearly every mile of coastline from Texas to Maine have been put on alert this Atlantic hurricane season, as 12 of 29 storms made landfall in the United States in this record-setting year.
The now rapid spread of coronavirus across the United States and the threat of more shutdowns is leaving small businesses on edge.
Like presidential elections, markets can be full of surprises. Despite protracted uncertainty surrounding the race for the White House and rising coronavirus cases in the United States and elsewhere, stocks ended the week higher.
For nearly four years, the Trump administration gradually, and swiftly, choked off immigration to the United States, making it exceedingly difficult for people to come to the country to study, work, and seek refuge.
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.