In Mississippi Flag Talks: ‘Elvis Has Left the Building’
Mississippi recently retired the last state banner with the Confederate battle emblem that’s widely condemned as racist.
In Virus Talks, Pelosi Holds Firm; Mnuchin Wants A Deal
They are using their leverage to force President Donald Trump into a politically risky standoff over help for millions of Americans.
Worlwide COVID Cases Reaches 20 Million
That’s according to the tally kept by Johns Hopkins University.
President Trump, Coaches Push for College Football Season
The powerful Southeastern Conference made clear it was not yet ready to shutter its fall season.
Wyoming Landowners Appeal Coal Mine Permit
The group claims the submitted mining permit application fails to comply with requirements under state law. The department is reviewing the appeal.
Pres. Trump Escorted From Briefing After Shooting Near WH
The shooting took place near 17th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue just blocks from the White House, according to two sources with knowledge of the situation.
Pandemic Wreck’s Global Class of 2020’s Hopes for First Jobs
COVID-19 has thwarted hopes of landing first jobs, which are important for jumpstarting careers, as employers cut back graduate recruiting plans or even revoke job offers.
US Employers Post More Jobs in June, Pull Back on Hiring
And employers hired 6.7 million people in June, down from 7.2 million in May, a record high.
One Dead, Four Rescued After Gas Explosion Levels Baltimore Homes
The utility estimated that replacing aging pipes would cost nearly $1 billion and take two decades.
Hundreds Ransack Downtown Chicago Businesses After Shooting
Over several hours, police made more than 100 arrests, and 13 officers were injured, including one who was struck in the head with a bottle.