GOP Worries Trump’s Divisive June Imperils Senate Control
They're worried about polls showing fading public confidence in Trumps' job performance and asking if he's hurting the GOP brand.
‘A Hot Mess': Americans Face Testing Delays as Virus Surges
But U.S. health officials say the real number of infections is probably 10 times higher, or close to 10% of the population.
Health Official: Trump Rally ‘Likely’ Source of Virus Surge
The new cases reported Wednesday by the Oklahoma State Department of Health follow a record high of 858 cases that were reported on Tuesday.
Supreme Court Says Congress Can’t Get President’s Records, for Now
The ruling returns the case to lower courts
US Supreme Court Rules Manhattan DA Can Obtain President’s Taxes
The records are held by Trump’s longtime accounting firm, Mazars USA.
Layoffs Stuck at High Level as 1.3 Million Seek Jobless Aid
Fifteen other states have suspended their re-openings.
Heat Will Stay Stuck on Extra High for July in Most of US
Next week even places like Wisconsin may feel triple digit heat.
Judge Quits, Shouting Ensues in Gillette City Council Meeting
Police cleared the room after shouting and name-calling ensued.
Wyoming Regulators Approve Coal Mine Construction, Permit
That will allow the firm to mine for coal near Sheridan.
Dakota Pipeline Still Moving Oil Despite Shutdown Order
She says the company is still taking orders to move oil in August.