The Supreme Court ruled that a Manhattan prosecutor is entitled to see President Trump’s private and business financial records, ending an intense legal battle waged by the president to keep them secret.
People have been exploring different ways to get, share and sell food, including bartering, buying staples from restaurants with wholesale contacts and signing up for community supported agriculture, or CSA, boxes. And In Silicon Valley, the latest innovation isn’t high-tech so much as an old-school alternative to the farmers market.
The plan, set to be unveiled during a speech today, challenges President Trump’s “America First” agenda with a competing brand of economic nationalism. The Biden campaign says it will bring back jobs lost this year and create at least 5 million more.
More than three months after the Federal Reserve announced a new effort to shore up the economy aimed at small and medium-size businesses, only one of the nation’s largest banks has joined the $600 billion loan program.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) said the state would open every precinct and early voting center while arming election workers with protective equipment. He also said he will ask the Board of Elections to send an application to vote by mail to all eligible voters.
The female figure, also known as the South’s "Vindicatrix," towered above the Jefferson Davis monument. The statue was among the latest to fall in the former capital of the Confederacy in the week since Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney (D) ordered their removal.
Who can travel to Europe? Who can’t? How long will the ban last? Can I get a refund for my airline ticket if I cancel? And is there a way around any of these restrictions? Many of the answers depend on how long it takes the U.S. to control covid-19.