Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is taking steps to reduce security risks posed to his company by demanding that all employees delete the ultra-popular video app TikTok from phones that access the company's email server.
President Trump took in a livestreamed briefing at U.S. Southern Command Friday that highlighted a new counternarcotics operation that has detained more than 1,000 drug traffickers and robbed the Venezuelan government of illicit profits.
Scrabble banned 236 words deemed to be racial and ethnic slurs from its official word list in the wake of increased racial sensitivity after George Floyd's death on May 25 in police custody.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan said House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has "lost touch" with her hometown of Baltimore after she downplayed the toppling of a Christopher Columbus statue there.
Rep. Thomas Massie says his efforts to force a House vote on the program to shore up companies' employment rolls amid the coronavirus pandemic are vindicated by stories of entities getting money from the federal government that never should have.
Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey presented a plan to patch a more than $155 million revenue gap using furloughs, cash reserves and spending freezes.
Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan reconverted Istanbul's landmark Hagia Sophia into a mosque hours after the country's highest administrative court annulled a 1934 decision to renovate the site into a museum.
Ghislaine Maxwell, the longtime associate of late financier and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, said she should be granted bail while awaiting trial.
Florida's U.S. senators have maintained for months the proliferation of Chinese social media apps is a national security threat.
Hong Kong's constitutional affairs minister warned that the upcoming pro-democracy primary election may violate China's new "national security" law for the territory.
Seoul Mayor Park Won-soon left behind an apologetic note before he disappeared and was later found dead in the woods.
An Atlanta family got a surprise in the mail when they received a voter application for Cody Tims, their family member who died 12 years ago.
Joe Biden's tax plan would reduce stock values by 20% to 25%, according to a new analysis conducted by an economic adviser to President Trump.
Joe Biden positioned himself as a champion of the middle class during a campaign speech in his native Pennsylvania on Thursday, targeting blue collar workers in a battleground region of the state that flipped from blue to red in 2016.
Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley lashed out at a top ESPN columnist who sent a nasty message to the Republican after he asked NBA Commissioner Adam Silver if he would allow players to wear "Free Hong Kong" on the back of their jerseys.
An internal Justice Department draft memo from late January 2017 indicates the FBI concluded retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn was not acting as an agent of Russia and noted that agents believed he did not think he was lying to them during an ...
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed an executive order mandating residents to wear masks in indoor public spaces and requiring businesses to deny service to those who don't comply.
Municipal, retail, and manufacturing groups want local control for federal coronavirus relief funds in Illinois
While Chicago and Illinois counties with half a million people or more get to control most of nearly $5 billion in federal funds amid COVID-19 relief efforts, a group of associations said Thursday the Pritzker administration is taking such ...
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff said the United States is in "jeopardy" the longer Congress has to wait to see President Trump's financial records.
More than 93,000 small businesses in Tennessee have received federal loans through the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), according to a report released this week by the U.S. Small Businesses Administration (SBA).
A midlevel staffer in Germany's Federal Press Office was secretly working for the Egyptian secret service for years, according to a government report.
Trump threatens to remove tax-exempt status of universities if they engage in 'radical left indoctrination'
President Trump said he will direct the Treasury Department to look into the tax-exempt status of universities and school systems if they are pushing "radical Left" ideas on their students.
Seven of the nine members of the Seattle City Council said they support an advocate-made proposal to defund the city's Police Department by 50% and to reallocate the funds to other areas of community need.