By CATHERINE THORBECKE, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- Employers added an estimated 227,000 jobs in the IT sphere in June, according to a new analysis of Labor Department data, indicating a possible bright spot for tech workers amid the nation's dire unemployment... Read More.
By BILL HUTCHINSON, ABC News(ATLANTA) -- Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms said Tuesday that she, her husband and one of their children are now among a rising number of Georgia residents who have tested positive for COVID-19 and are "paying... Read More.
By DARA ELASFAR, ABC News (NEW YORK) -- While the coronavirus pandemic has been financially devastating for the almost 45 million unemployed Americans across the country, there's been a silver lining for others. With the world on lockdown, some say... Read More.
By: PATRICK REEVELL, ABC News (NEW YORK) -- The Kremlin this week won a referendum on constitutional changes allowing President Vladimir Putin potentially to extend his rule until 2036, a vote that critics and election monitors have denounced as rigged.The vote... Read More.
By SHANNON MCLELLAN, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- WNBA star Maya Moore fell to her knees when, after 22 years in prison, Jonathan Irons walked out of Jefferson City Correctional Center a free man on Wednesday."In that moment I... Read More.
By BEN GITTLESON and JORDYN PHELPS, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- Even as the White House provided briefings this week to members of Congress on the intelligence behind reports Russia offered bounties to Taliban militants to kill U.S. troops, President Donald Trump... Read More.
By BEN GITTLESON and KATHERINE FAULDERS, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- The White House said Monday it would brief lawmakers following reports U.S. intelligence agencies had determined Russian intelligence officers had offered to pay Taliban militants to kill American troops in Afghanistan.
BY: ANNE FLAHERTY AND BENJAMIN SIEGEL, ABC NEWS (WASHINGTON) — The Trump administration said Wednesday it will no longer directly run virus testing sites, which it had been doing in hard-hit parts of the country, opting instead to "transition" control of the last... Read More.
BY: CONOR FINNEGAN, ABC NEWS (PARIS) — With the highest reported coronavirus case load, Americans will likely be barred from traveling to more than 30 European countries when the European Union moves to reopen its borders to outside travel next week. The decision has... Read More.