The virus is changing the US as Trump's antagonistic relationship with state governors compromises the nation's fight against the pandemic.
A stark racial disparity is emerging in the US, with more and more black people falling victim to coronavirus.
While the elderly and those with pre-existing medical conditions are the hardest hit by the virus, World Health Organization chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus warned that young people were also vulnerable.
US President Donald Trump’s Europe travel ban announced sent all three major US stock indexes into a tailspin, slamming the book on the longest-running US bull market on record.
The indictment, capping a five-month special prosecutor’s probe, accuses the US actor of making four separate false reports to Chicago police related to his account of being the victim of a violent hate crime.
Storm-related fatalities were reported in Texas due to icy weather, in Alabama from a deadly tornado and in Louisiana, where winds were so strong that a trailer home was lifted off its foundation and carried several hundred feet.
Chicago Fire Department spokesman Larry Langford said the rapper Juice WRLD experienced a cardiac arrest while Chicago police launched a death investigation.
Several men's rights activists and high-profile speakers, including controversial YouTuber Markus Meechan, recently came together in Chicago, revealing as much about their various movements as they obscure.
The supreme court upheld a decision granting a US request to extradite Ukrainian tycoon Dmytro Firtash, paving the way for him to face trial in the United States over bribery allegations.
Waukegan Fire Marshal Steve Lenzi said another body was found as first responders resumed searching in hazardous conditions in the shattered remains of the AB Specialty Silicones plant in Waukegan, about 80 kilometres north of Chicago.
The city of Chicago is saying the actor owes it over $130,000 for police costs incurred in the investigation of a hate crime that authorities allege was phony.
Prosecutors infuriated Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Chicago's police chief this week when they dropped 16 felony counts that accused Jussie Smollett of making a false police report about being the target of a racist, anti-gay attack in January.
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