(NEW YORK) -- Although reported COVID-19 case levels in the U.S. are still falling after a viral resurgence over the summer, there are preliminary indicators that infection rates may be back on the rise across the country. In recent weeks, federal data has shown that... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- President Joe Biden's first State of the Union address will be a remarkable scene: A maskless president speaking to more than 500 invited lawmakers packed cheek-to-jowl in the historic House chamber, also allowed to go without masks so long as they got... Read More.
By WILL STEAKIN and ALEXANDER MALLIN, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- During a court hearing on Thursday for two alleged members of the Oath Keepers militia group charged in connection with the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol, a federal prosecutor... Read More.
By CONOR FINNEGAN, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- Just over two decades ago, President Bill Clinton had to use a recess appointment to install the first openly gay U.S. ambassador over Republican senators' opposition. Now, on Tuesday, the State Department's new openly... Read More.
By ANGELINE JANE BERNABE and JACLYN ROTH, ABC News (NEW YORK) -- As schools across the country slowly reopen amid the coronavirus pandemic, 12 out of the 15 largest school districts in the United States have chosen to go back to school remotely.
By ALLISON PECORIN and TRISH TURNER, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- White House officials told Senate Republicans on Wednesday that if a deal is not reached with Democrats on coronavirus relief by Friday, negotiations will likely stop."I think at this... Read More.