The proposed ban on TikTok and WeChat are set to take place on September 20, if the bans hold up to court challenges
'Feels like the world is against you': Young people struggle with finding mental health support amid COVID pandemic
Peer support networks and online therapy are just two of the ways that those feeling anxious or depressed can reach out for support.
Lake Superior State University students have moved back into dorms and start classes Monday. Life will look different than when they left.
Their season wasn't resumed, and training camp will likely be condensed. The teams outside the bubble are losing ground for the 2020-21 season.
Southern Baptists confront the church's history of racism and slaveholding. For some members, it's not enough.
The cataclysmic death of George Floyd has pushed the Southern Baptist Convention's racial reconciliation efforts back into the spotlight.
If you're willing to spend the time, you can dramatically reduce what pops up in your Facebook feed.
No masks will be required as thousands flood Sturgis, Nagasaki marks the 75th anniversary of the US bombing and more news to start your weekend.
The Canadiens and Blackhawks, who wouldn't have made the playoffs under normal circumstances, knock out Penguins and Oilers in four games.
Jerry Sheridan is the GOP nominee in the race for Maricopa County sheriff, beating his former boss and ex-Sheriff Joe Arpaio.
'Peaceful protest': Trump defends audience at his golf club who did not adhere to COVID-19 restrictions
The president's official news conferences are White House events paid for by taxpayers. They are not the same thing as his political rallies.
Festivalgoers will be largely free of COVID-19 social distancing restrictions common elsewhere in the country during this year's 10-day event.
NCAA President Mark Emmert and chief medical officer Brian Hainline hope schools that want to play fall sports can find way to comply with mandates.
Colorado State football team activities have been suspended indefinitely due to allegations of racism and verbal abuse in the program.
Secrecy pacts helped shield an elections supervisor's alleged $42,000 personal spending sprees, observers say.
'In uncharted territory': Cardinals' COVID-19 outbreak has left nine players, seven staff members infected
The St. Louis Cardinals are "in uncharted territory" after the team's COVID-19 outbreak leaves nine players and seven staff members infected.
Lorenzo Soria, president of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, died Friday, the association said. He was 68.
Texas Tech AD Kirby Hocutt explains why it took more than a month to fire women's basketball coach Marlene Stollings after hearing committee's report.
Saying goodbye to dying wife likely cost 90-year-old 'Romeo' his life. He had no regrets, family says.
Sam and JoAnn Reck, were married nearly 30 years. Sam tested positive for COVID-19 after he visited JoAnn, who was dying of the virus.
The Seattle-based airline, big on the West Coast, is trying to spur fall bookings during the pandemic. The sale includes tickets to Mexico and Hawaii.