Religious organizations said they were illegally targeted by pandemic-related restrictions imposed to combat spiking coronavirus cases. The 5-to-4 order was the first show of solidified conservative strength on the court since Justice Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation.
Masses of Americans are choosing to follow through with plans to visit family and friends this week despite surging coronavirus cases — a scenario that officials in other countries are trying to avert ahead of other upcoming holidays.
President Trump’s pardon of Flynn marks a full embrace of the retired general he had ousted from the White House after only 22 days — and a final salvo against the Russia investigation that shadowed the first half of his term in office.
Cuban Americans turned out for President Trump in massive numbers. Now President-elect Joe Biden must find a way to reembrace the historic Obama-era opening with communist Cuba without ceding Florida to the Republicans in 2024.
When the pandemic upended their wedding plans, Emily Bugg and Billy Lewis tied the knot at Chicago’s city hall last month instead. But there was still one piece of unfinished business: What to do about their $5,000 nonrefundable catering deposit?
Fresh off delivering millions of ballots in the election, the U.S. Postal Service is turning its attention to another massive undertaking — “Operation Santa.” But these letters to Saint Nick will be digitized and posted online for “elves” — anyone hoping to spread holiday cheer — to adopt and fulfill the gift lists.
The White House has pressured the Defense Department to move forward with a plan to allow a private company to lease electromagnetic spectrum necessary for 5G communication networks. Industry analysts say such an opportunity would be worth at least $50 billion.
To watch scripted television in recent weeks is to believe Hollywood has steamrolled through the coronavirus pandemic. But the up-to-the-minute pandemic plotlines gild what insiders say has been a very tumultuous time.