Democratic convention: Michelle Obama pitches for Joe Biden, says he 'knows what it takes' to lead US out of crisis
In excerpts of her remarks released ahead of her taped speech, Obama said Biden was a "terrific vice-president" during the eight years he served as her husband's No 2
US Open 2020 to be held on scheduled dates without fans after New York Governor Andrew Cuomo gives go ahead
Even with the go-ahead from the state, one significant question remains for the US Open: Which players actually will participate?
George Floyd protests: Curfew imposed, more police personnel deployed in New York City as protesters loot stores across Manhattan
Yet, a curfew and increased police presence could not stop looters to break into retail stores in Manhattan that have been shuttered for over two months due to the shutdown in place because of COVID19.
Wall Street rises on latest Fed rescue program; to buoy local govts, businesses crushed by massive closures
Wall Street's benchmark S&P 500 index posted it best weekly gain since 1974, in a holiday-shortened week, bolstered by early signs that the outbreak was hitting a peak as well as aggressive global stimulus.
'This is our Pearl Harbor': US facing hardest week of fight against coronavirus, says Surgeon-General Jerome Adams
New York, the epicenter of the US coronavirus outbreak, reported on Sunday that for the first time in a week, deaths had fallen slightly from the day before. But there were still nearly 600 new fatalities and more than 7,300 new cases in the state.
‘There will be death’: Donald Trump warns toughest weeks to come as US coronavirus toll climbs to 8,100
Donald Trump warned that the country could be headed into its toughest weeks yet as the coronavirus death toll mounts, but also expressed growing impatience with social distancing guidelines
The health ministry has placed an order of 10,000 ventilators from a Chinese firm, but even this won’t sufficiently meet the expected surge in the demand.
National Doctors' Day in US 2020: Sundar Pichai, New York governor praise medical fraternity; all you need to know
US National Doctors' Day is celebrated annually on 30 March to recognise the services rendered by physicians to the nation. In India, 1 July is celebrated as National Doctors' Day
Coronavirus Outbreak: New York state surpasses 1,000 COVID-19 deaths in less than a month after first known infection
The total number of New York state deaths isn't expected to be released until Monday, but with at least 250 additional deaths recorded outside the city as of Sunday morning, state's total fatalities was at least 1,026
Coronavirus Outbreak: Global infections near 5 lakh as health systems buckle; WHO slams world leaders for wasting time
The number of coronavirus infections closed in on a half-million worldwide Thursday, with both Italy and the US on track to surpass China, and a record-shattering 3.3 million Americans applied for unemployment benefits in a single week in a stark demonstration of the damage to the world's biggest economy
Coronavirus Outbreak: New York shows slow signs of disease spread, says Governor Andrew Cuomo; health crisis deepens in New Orleans
New Orleans, where large crowds celebrated Mardi Gras a month ago, was on track to become the next US epicenter
Italy records highest coronavirus toll in one day with 627 deaths; 'you are not invincible', WHO tells youth
The US warned Americans to avoid all international travel and told citizens abroad to return now or face an 'indefinite' absence as coronavirus pandemic toll surpassed 10,000 people worldwide on Friday
Two Muslim correctional officers in New York reinstated after being suspended for refusing to shave their beards
It came a day after Brian Sughrim, David Feliciano, correctional officers at Fishkill prison in Dutchess County, filed a federal lawsuit against Department of Corrections and Community Supervision
The probes have come despite Facebook agreeing in March to overhaul its paid advertising platform.
'Presidential harassers': Donald Trump's legal woes spike as New York attorney general opens civil investigation into business deals
New York's attorney general has opened a civil investigation into US President Donald Trump's business dealings, acting after his former personal lawyer and fixer told Congress that he exaggerated his wealth to obtain loans. Trump tweeted an apparent response Tuesday night, decrying his home state and its governor as "PRESIDENTIAL HARASSERS."
Amazon did not see consistently “positive, collaborative” relationships with state and local officials.
Donald Trump invokes extraordinary national security powers to limit asylum; says people must 'come in legally'
Stung by midterm results, Donald Trump invokes extraordinary national security powers to limit asylum; says people must 'come in legally'
Florida native Cesar Sayoc charged with five federal crimes for sending pipe bombs to US politicians, faces 58 years in jail
Cesar Sayoc, 56, was arrested Friday on charges of sending package bombs, which officials described as IEDs, to at least 10 present and former high-level government officials including former president Barack Obama, former vice president Joe Biden and former secretary of state Hillary Clinton.
Mail bombs versus migrant caravan: Donald Trump goes all in on 2 powerful optics dominating US politics before 6 November midterm elections
Out with the bombs and back to the migrant caravan. Donald Trump is mighty relived that Page One headlines will be cleared of the mail bomb story for the next 10 days before midterm elections 2018 which will decide political control over US Congress.
Florida native Cesar Sayoc arrested in connection with 12 mail bombs; Donald Trump says 'bomb stuff' is distracting
Federal authorities arrested a man in Florida on Friday in connection with the mail-bomb scare that widened to 12 suspicious packages sent to prominent Donald Trump critics, the US Justice Department said.