The debates. A vaccine. An economic surge or crash. A voting meltdown. Or what about an October surprise? Because 100 days can be a long time.
How a woman who advocated for selective breeding of her fellow citizens came to be memorialized with those who built a country is hard to understand.
Civil rights icon Rev. C.T. Vivian to be laid to rest, Tropical Storm Gonzalo is expected to become a hurricane and more news to start off your Thursday.
Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl is criticizing the Trump administration's plan to reopen schools in the fall as coronavirus cases skyrocket nationwide.
Teams got their first taste of playing without fans, and while the differences aren't drastic, it will take time for players to get used to the setup.
The only thing missing from the Dodgers' recent run of success is a World Series title. With Mookie Betts in tow, that could be about to change.
Martha Stewart shared how she's passing time during the COVID-19 pandemic by way of a glam poolside selfie that surely made a splash on Instagram.
Paying employers and those who go back to work would do more for the economy than handing out stimulus checks: Opposing view
Congress should ignore Trump's destructive ideas and draft a plan that helps make a bad public heath and economic situation somewhat better: Our view
Nick Cordero, who died following a three-month hospitalization from coronavirus complications, will have a posthumous album released on his birthday.
According to a recent survey, many museum directors fear their institutions won't be able to financially recover from the coronavirus pandemic.
The nation's largest four-year public university system votes to require a class on ethnic studies or social justice.
Trump blames spike in COVID cases on protests, increased travel and cases from Mexico, even as experts point to early reopenings
Trump blamed a recent surge in coronavirus cases on nationwide protests, travel and Mexico even as his own experts point to states opening too early.
Donald Trump announces a 'surge' of federal law officers in Chicago to work with the city on crime problem
President Trump, struggling against Democrat Joe Biden, announced a federal 'surge' to Chicago at an event devoted to the theme of 'law and order.'
BARTOW, Fla. — A chance meeting at a dollar store last Friday night led to the shooting deaths minutes later of three friends who'd met to go fishing and the arrest of a Florida man for the killings, Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd said Wednesday.
In social media posts, the photo has been taken out of context. It depicts Obama, Fauci and Sylvia Burwell visiting a U.S. lab in the D.C. area.
Efforts by prosecutors to press Prince Andrew into cooperating in the Jeffrey Epstein/Ghislaine Maxwell sex-crimes case appear to be at a stalemate.
The bill would require states to remove and replace any statues honoring members of the Confederacy in the Capitol.
Opinion: As Congress debates merits of athletes profiting, hardly anyone is buying what NCAA is selling
Two hours of back-and-forth between a some Senators and witnesses Wednesday revealed little that we didn't already know about the NCAA's predicament