In the midst of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, United States President Donald Trump has decided to withdraw the country from the World Health Organization.
A class-action lawsuit in Florida is seeking $99 million in damages from a healthcare company following a data breach.
Monday's United States Supreme Court decision allows states to punish presidential electors in the Electoral College who fail to follow their state's wishes.
Most Americans were sickened by the senseless killing George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer. For a day or two, we were unified, asking, "How could this happen?" and "What can be done so it doesn't happen again?"
A decision handed down Monday by the United States Supreme Court allows Colorado to penalize Electoral College voters who fail to cast a ballot for the winner of the state's popular vote for president.
The USDA is providing additional flexibilities for producers to file on acres with failed crops or crops that were prevented from planting because of extreme weather events.
July 15 is a major deadline for producers to report acreage for most crops, but deadline can vary by county and crops.
May 2020 acreage highlights from Colorado and the United States from the USDA.
More than two-thirds of Americans do not have a will and estate plan, potentially creating confusion for heirs.
Screening multiple samples with a single test gets more people diagnosed using fewer supplies. Two health policy researchers explain how it works and how it could help the U.S.