A day after criticizing President Trump, California Governor Gavin Newsom asked Washington for' 'major disaster declaration" amid massive wildfires.In his Democratic National Convention video on Thursday, Newsom said that the President had threatened California and all the 40 million Americans
The Springfield School District in Illinois has banned students from wearing pajamas during their online classes at home.
According to the newly released guidelines for the upcoming academic year, the students participating in remote learning are required to follow the regular
No Power and Water For Houses Breaking Los Angeles' Safety Rules, Mayor Says - Does He Have a Point?
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti authorized the local Department of Water and Power to cut off water and power to households or businesses that are repeatedly violating the coronavirus health orders.
The measure enters into force on Friday night. If the
Facebook and Twitter have removed a post shared by Donald Trump for breaking their rules for spreading misinformation and fake news.
It was a video clip from a Fox News interview, in which the President urged US schools to reopen,
Following several unexplained incidents observed by the US Military, the Pentagon has announced it is creating a task force that will investigate UFOs. Termed The Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force was just launched in early August. Officials say the task
United Airlines said Wednesday it is planning to furlough 16,000 employees as of Oct. 1, after federal coronavirus aid protecting aviation jobs expires.
The planned involuntary cuts make up nearly 17% of the airline's staffing level at the end of 2019.
The in-class learning in the nation's largest public school system will start on Sept. 21, two weeks later than initially planned, the New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, adding that the local authorities reached an agreement with
California lawmakers are moving closer to establish a task force to study and eventually make recommendations for reparations to African American descendants of slaves.
On a bipartisan 33-3 vote Saturday, the state Senate supported the set up of a nine-member
University of Alabama Reports 566 Coronavirus Cases in Six Days -- Would The Stricter Measures Work?
Only six days after the academic year started, the University of Alabama has reported more than 566 coronavirus cases on campus.
The numbers do not include the previously announced 310 students who tested positive before Aug. 19 when they returned at
Amazon Bans Foreign Sales of Seeds -- Is U.S. Going to Solve the Mystery with Unsolicited Seed Packages?
Amazon has banned foreign sales of seeds into the United States effective immediately, The Wall Street Street Journal reported citing an e-mail to international sellers it had seen.
The move comes after thousands of suspicious packages postmarked mainly from China arrived