The coronavirus has killed over 2.52 million people and infected more than 113.9 million globally. Here are the virus-related developments for February 27:
Jeffrey Epstein's longtime associate who is charged with luring young girls so the late financier could sexually abuse them, pleaded not guilty in federal court in Manhattan, with a judge still to decide on whether to grant bail.
“This is not the first report of heavily armed civilian militias appearing at protests around New Mexico in recent weeks. These extremists cannot be allowed to silence peaceful protests or inflict violence,” US Senator Martin Heinrich said.
Tribal leaders across the US gear up to protect their communities as they seek to overcome historical inequality.
The 'commander' of the group, which posted videos showing their members holding migrants, was arrested on a federal complaint charging him with being a felon in possession of firearms and ammunition.
Eight-year-old boy Felipe Gomez Alonzo, who was apprehended with his family by US border agents, dies at a hospital in New Mexico, officials say.
Nancy Pelosi, the first woman speaker from 2007 to 2011, has steered the House Democrats for the last 16 years. Now, she is again on the path to the top job of speaker. But it won't be easy.
Siraj Ibn Wahhaj was accused of abducting his three-year-old son from his home in Atlanta last December. A manhunt resulted in the remains of a boy being found in the compound and now DNA confirms it is his son.
Prime suspect Siraj Ibn Wahhaj was also charged with abducting his three-year-old son from his home in Atlanta last December, prompting a cross-country manhunt that led authorities to the compound.
The latest forecast from the US Energy Information Administration predicts that US output will grow next year to 11.8 million barrels a day, its highest since 1970.
Tribal leaders Native American tribes fear a proposed border wall as envisioned by US President Donald Trump will sever access to the Rio Grande river's water, spoiling religious traditions and ruining ancient culture for the tribes.
Two teenage suspects apparently shot a homeless man "for fun" as they came and went from a hotel party nearby, marking the latest in a series of brazen killings and assaults of homeless Native Americans in Albuquerque.
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