By DEVIN DWYER and MARIAM KHAN, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- The Supreme Court, in an apparently unprecedented move, announced on Monday that Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will lie in repose in front of the court on Wednesday and Thursday to allow... Read More.
By AARON KATERSKY and EMILY SHAPIRO, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- Three days before New York City public schools were supposed to open their doors for in-person learning, officials announced Thursday that classrooms will not reopen as scheduled -- and now... Read More.
BY: STEPHANIE EBBS and TRISH TURNER(ATLANTA) -- Public health officials working to make a potential COVID-19 vaccine available to all Americans said they need more than $25 billion to make it happen, but the continued impasse between the Trump administration... Read More.
YOUR FINAL CHANCE TO HAVE YOUR VOICE HEARD ABOUT EVERETT’S DISTRICTING In 2018, Everett voters approved Proposition One to change the Everett City Council’s governing body to a district system. This would change the current council from seven at large members to five members who... Read More.
By JOSHUA HOYOS, IVAN PEREIRA and MARC NATHANSON, ABC News(ROCHESTER, N.Y.) -- Rochester, New York police reported no arrests Sunday night after demonstrators protesting the death of Daniel Prude descended on the city's Public Safety Building, a day after nearby... Read More.
By LUKE BARR and IVAN PEREIRA, ABC News(SANTA CLARA, Calif.) -- Authorities in California charged an alleged member of the far-right extremist "boogaloo movement" Tuesday with threatening a public official after investigators say he sent threatening letters to a county... Read More.
By ALI DUKAKIS and ANNE FLAHERTY, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- The Department of Health and Human Services is considering launching a major new public health campaign on COVID-19 that could include spending some $250 million on communications and public relations experts... Read More.
By KARMA ALLEN, ABC News(ELIZABETH, N.J.) -- New Jersey officials approved a piece of land to build a monument dedicated to transgender activist Marsha P. Johnson in her hometown of Elizabeth, New Jersey. The monument would be the first in... Read More.
By SOPHIE TATUM, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- A federal judge ruled Thursday that the Education Department must temporarily hold off on implementing a controversial rule that would have directed congressionally approved COVID-19 relief funds away from public schools.Under the... Read More.
By STEPHANIE EBBS and SONY SALZMAN, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- Public health experts and scientists closest to the process of developing and testing vaccines for COVID-19 said they're confident the process is based in solid science, despite the perception that... Read More.
By AARON KATERSKY, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- A federal appeals court on Tuesday upheld a ruling that prevents the Trump administration from denying status to immigrants deemed a "public charge" because they receive various types of government assistance.The... Read More.
By QUINN OWEN, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- A federal judge in New York temporarily blocked the Trump administration from carrying out two rules that bar immigrants from living in the U.S. if officials believe they will use too many public... Read More.