Washington Post columnist Eugene Robinson says the United States is a nation to be pitied, calling leadership ‘erratic, insane.’
A question on the minds of people, tour operators and the thousands of small businesses that depend on the tourism industry is whether the summer months this year will be reduced to a home-style ``staycation.''
United's new CEO Scott Kirby says he is open to working with unions to potentially have workers scheduled for fewer hours in order to avoid furloughs.
The layoffs in the U.S. have hit some parts of the country with particular force. Here is a state-by-state breakdown.
USAID requests that the U.N. remove abortion from its coronavirus response plan.
Biden warned about the United States not being ready for a pandemic. Trump tweeted some head-scratching advice for Apple CEO Tim Cook.
China says virus pushing US ties to brink of 'Cold War'
View our map and graphics to see where COVID-19 is hitting hardest in the U.S., which state outbreaks are growing the fastest and which are leveling off.
If you wanted to design a mechanism for spreading an infectious disease quickly, you'd be hard-pressed to do better than the method anti-stay-at-home activists have chosen. A new study of anonymized phone data shows that the people who have been attending highly visible rallies against state shelter-in-place orders in places like Michigan, Colorado, and Florida have been traveling long distances to get to their ‘We don't need masks!’ get-togethers.
Red- and blue-state America was already divided before the coronavirus epidemic hit. Globalization had enriched the East Coast and West Coast corridors but hollowed out much in between. The traditional values of small towns and rural counties were increasingly at odds with postmodern lifestyles in the cities. There were, of
There is something so wounded in American society that basic commitment to justice is not part of the operating code