For many people, making a living is a cobbled-together proposition. That leaves a hole in the safety net when things turn bad.
Products that rely on artificial intelligence aim to make travel safer during the pandemic. But hefty prices and privacy concerns are issues.
Employment remains an elusive goal for many. A recent hiring strategy may win pats on the back, but advocates fear it may pigeonhole people with disabilities.
The president again tried to defend his own mental fitness for office — and disparage Joe Biden’s — by frequently repeating a memory sequence: “Person. Woman. Man. Camera. TV.”
The question of what to include in the case against President Trump is at the heart of a new book by Norm Eisen, a lawyer working with House Democrats in the impeachment effort.
The former Minneapolis police officer and his wife were charged with filing fraudulent tax returns from 2014 through 2019.
The combined orbiter, lander and rover will reach the red planet in February, if all goes well. NASA plans a Mars launch of its own next week.
Republicans said they had reached an agreement in principle on their opening bid for coronavirus relief, but they remain divided. They have yet to even begin negotiating with Democrats.
The rising hospitalizations reflect the scale of serious illnesses: Nearly as many people are in hospitals now as there were when New York was at its worst.
So far, there is scant evidence that these punishments have limited the cyberattacks and other bad behavior from America’s two greatest rivals for influence and power around the world.
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Researchers found a potential vulnerability in an app that helps power the drones, highlighting U.S. officials’ concerns that Beijing could get access to information about Americans.
The group, Everytown for Gun Safety, hopes to help Democrats flip three Senate seats, win control of state legislatures and lift Joe Biden to victory in Florida.
When it was time to quarantine with parents, or give up a lease, renters often had to make quick decisions on what to do with all their stuff.