Latest U.S. coronavirus news: Studies show infection antibodies offer protection; Trump could torpedo stimulus bill; CDC says “stay home.”
President Donald Trump on Wednesday wielded his clemency powers for 29 more people who are loyalists or well-connected to his family.
Legislation approved by Congress protects the three-martini lunch, takes a stand against horse doping and OKs Smokey Bear reproductions.
KONKOL COLUMN: A Facebook stranger's request for mom's famous sugar cookie recipe reminds why some Christmas traditions are worth skipping.
Gerry Connolly wrote about the "slow and gruesome progression of this disease."
"There are mixed signals from the White House leaving more confusion than calm," Joe Biden said Wednesday about Donald Trump.
South Florida could see temperatures in the 30s to 40s on Christmas, which means frozen, falling iguanas are possible, the NWS said.
If you need a pick-me-up, we've got you covered. Patch readers submitted their kids' letters to Santa, and they are sure to make you smile.
More than 5 million people passed through the nation's airport security checkpoints between Friday and Tuesday, according to the TSA.
The bill called for pay raises for U.S. troops and authorized more than $740 billion in military programs and construction.
A New Hampshire woman sent photos of a nude and mutilated woman to the Wayne County Board of Canvassers Chair, according to court files.
Trump has railed against the bill's provisions, telling Congress to get rid of unnecessary items and "send me a suitable bill.”
A construction-related incident at a BGE building Wednesday morning caused a partial roof collapse, authorities said.
Latest U.S. coronavirus news: Trump criticizes stimulus; deal reached for millions more vaccines; Biden, CDC urge people to stay at home.
In the first of what may be a wave of pardons, President Donald Trump pardoned two advisers convicted of lying in the Mueller Russia probe.
The Southern Poverty Law Center says the Asatru Folk Assembly is “organized around ethnocentricity and archaic notions of gender.”
Saying goodbye to a year we’d like to forget doesn’t have to be boring. Here’s how to celebrate New Year's safely in the United States.
A massive cyberattack on several U.S. offices has President-elect Joe Biden calling on President Donald Trump to name its author.
As people celebrate the holidays from a distance this year, a Chatham man found a way to make people laugh and come together.
Antonio Murdock suffers from PTSD, according to reports, and said he would "freak out" if he sat down — and broke a cabin door on a jet.
A long-awaited stimulus bill includes direct payments to Americans. Here's what you need to know about if and when you'll receive a check.
President-elect Joe Biden is expected to speak Tuesday afternoon and will address the $900 billion stimulus bill passed by Congress.
Consumer Reports shares tips on enjoying eggnog, the unofficial drink of the holidays.
"When we start to look for it, we're going to find it," Dr. Anthony Fauci said during an interview with PBS NewsHour.
A pair of night shift workers at Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare crafted elf costumes for babies to bring joy to families at the holidays.
Shopper pessimism is rising during a time that could make or break many businesses that have seen challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic.
After five decades, Wendy Gallagher, who was adopted, reunited with her birth mother and extended family. Now she is sharing her story.
The Illinois woman was opening a package she had ordered when she found a biohazard bag apparently containing someone's COVID test specimen.
Thousands of pages of other end-of-session business is tucked inside the $1.4 trillion catchall spending year as Congress goes home.
Latest U.S. coronavirus news: Congress approves $900 billion relief bill; travelers ignoring CDC; Bidens get vaccinated on live TV.
A man who died after a United flight from Orlando to L.A. Dec. 14 had coronavirus, reports said. The CDC is contacting passengers.
Several questions about new COVID-19 virus strains, including the ones in England, are answered by experts.