Biden infrastructure plan: 4 charts show where the money would go
The plan includes everything from road repairs and electric vehicle stations, to public school upgrades and training for the clean-energy workforce.
Supreme Court: Police 'seizure' includes shots fired at fleeing suspect
The Supreme Court ruling expands Fourth Amendment protections as the nation wrestles with police use of force and split-second decisions by officers.
YouTube removed half a million COVID-19 misinformation videos
YouTube has removed more than 500,000 videos spreading misinformation related to the COVID-19 pandemic since February.
Trump is AWOL amid COVID with Biden presidency still seven weeks away
Trump is AWOL, Biden isn't here yet, and the White House is working hard to make the transition a mess. It's a terrible time for a leadership vacuum.
Trump’s campaign made stops nationwide. Then coronavirus cases surged.
A USA TODAY analysis shows county COVID-19 cases grew at a faster rate after at least five of Trump's rallies across three states since mid-August.
COVID-19 vaccine trials are on hold, but experts say that's reassuring
Experts say the pause on COVID-19 vaccine and treatment trials isn't unusual but shows scientific safety processes are working.
Trump Has Spent 4 Years Attacking LGBTQ Rights, Time For Biden-Harris
We can't afford to keep leaders who attack communities they are supposed to represent. Biden and Harris will be White House champions for LGBTQ+ people.
WNBA Calls Off Wednesday's Games In Response To Jacob Blake Shooting
The WNBA called off its three scheduled games Wednesday, joining the NBA in protesting the Jacob Blake shooting by Wisconsin police.
Jacob Blake: Protests Erupt After Black Man Shot By Wisconsin Police
Officials in Wisconsin are investigating after a video captured Wisconsin police shooting a Black man multiple times in the back. Here's what we know.
Coronavirus: Washington declares emergency after first US death
Washington state officials confirm the first coronavirus death in the U.S. Here's the latest on the COVID-19 outbreak.
College scandal: Dad pleads guilty to paying $250K to get son into USC
Jeffrey Bizzack, former president of the company ServiceSource, is the 51st defendant charged in the Rick Singer "Varsity Blues" college scheme.