After a minor late-spring lull, the number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the United States is once again on the rise. States like Arizona, Florida…View More U.S. Coronavirus Cases Are Rising Sharply, but Deaths Are Still Down
The reopening of restaurants across the country during the COVID-19 pandemic has been scattered, inconsistent, and entirely confusing for restaurant workers and diners alike. In…View More Where Restaurants and Bars Are Closing Again Across the U.S.
June 26 (UPI) — Defense Secretary Mark Esper reaffirmed U.S.commitment to NATO during a meeting Friday with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg. Although videoconferencing has…View More Defense Secretary Mark Esper visits NATO with assurance of U.S. commitment
June 24 (UPI) — The Pentagon on Wednesday said a U.S. soldier serving in Jordan has died in a non-combat-related incident. In a statement, the…View More Pentagon: U.S. soldier died in a non-combat incident in Jordan
June 18 (UPI) — Another 1.5 million American workers have filed for unemployment benefits, the Labor Department said in its weekly report Thursday. The department…View More 1.5M more in U.S. file jobless claims; Unemployment stays at 14.1%
June 12 (UPI) — A plan to remove one-third of U.S soldiers currently stationed in Germany was confirmed this week by the outgoing U.S. ambassador…View More U.S. confirms plan for troop reduction in Germany