TikTok’s changes follow in the footsteps of its larger and more popular contemporaries.
President Trump and Joseph R. Biden Jr. during their first presidential debate last month in Cleveland. The president’s advisers are hoping that for Thursday’s debate, he can be more controlled.
Boston, citing rising virus cases, suspended an attempt to resume in-person learning. It was a microcosm of the disarray across the U.S. Catch up on the latest.
Get ready for snarky 2020 tree ornaments, like toilet paper and a hanging dumpster fire figurine. And take our advice to become a better listener.
Marge Champion was a child of Hollywood and the daughter of a dance coach who taught her ballet, tap and the twirls, kicks and glorious sweeps of the ballroom.
During a rare CDC public briefing, HHS Secretary Alex Azar on Wednesday outlined a timeline for the COVID-19 vaccine and pledged it would be safe.
Epsilon, the 10th hurricane of an extremely active Atlantic season and now a Category 3 storm, is forecast to move near Bermuda this week.
Love stories cut short by the unexpected live on in alternate endings.
Brandon Lowe rounded third after his second home run of the game on Wednesday.
California will let fans back in outdoor stadiums for pro sporting events in counties with low coronavirus infection rates but isn't ready to allow Disneyland to reopen, dealing a major blow to businesses near the theme park. (Oct. 22)
Health experts urge Idaho governor to take action amid spike. New Orleans Saints to host 3,000 fans. Target to give employee bonuses. Latest news.
Carlos Vives, Luis Fonsi and Wisin were among the stars hitting the red carpet outside Miami for the Billboard Latin Music Awards. (Oct. 21)
Almost no Black people could vote in Mississippi until well into the 1960s. More than 50 years later, voter suppression in the state has evolved. Voters now face obstacles like strict voter ID laws and the disenfranchisement of former prisoners. (Oct. 22)
When 18 Yemeni detainees from Guantanamo were transferred to the United Arab Emirates, they were told they would be integrated into society. Instead they were imprisoned and now the UAE is planning to send them to Yemen and further uncertainty. (Oct. 22)
The fire began Aug. 13 on the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests near Cameron Pass and Chambers Lake. It was 55% contained as of Wednesday night.
John Ratcliffe, the director of national intelligence, warned of election influence efforts by foreign adversaries.
Highlights of this day in history: A Cold War crisis over Cuba leads to brink of nuclear war; Shah of Iran allowed into U.S. for treatment; 'Pretty Boy' Floyd killed; Last victim slain in D.C. sniper shootings; Cellist Pablo Casals dies. (Oct. 22)
Mississippi OKs curbside voting for those with COVID symptoms. Many Wisconsin county ballots have printing error. Latest news on voting around U.S.
James Randi, known professionally as the Amazing Randi, in 2014 at the Tribeca Film Festival. A documentary about his life, “An Honest Liar,” was screened.
Inside the intricate legal battle to make sure every vote counts in 2020.
The spacecraft succeeded in pogo-sticking off the space rock, hinting that it may have been able to capture a large sample to bring back to Earth.
Supporters at a Make America Great Again rally in Tulsa, Okla., on June 20.
Excavation crews on Wednesday searched Oaklawn Cemetery in Tulsa, Okla., for remains from the city’s 1921 race massacre.
Pope Francis arriving for the weekly general audience at the Vatican on Wednesday.
Plus: L.A. could name street after Kobe Bryant. And masked bandits break into a NorCal bank — but don't take any cash.
Kevin Hart says hosting a re-imagined online fundraiser for the Muscular Dystrophy Association is "a major level-up for me." (Oct. 21)
A car in line for curbside voting last week in Durham, N.C. Some Alabama counties had been prepared to offer such voting.
Richard Grenell’s trip surprised senior administration officials, including the secretary of state.
U.S. officials say Iran is responsible for emails meant to intimidate American voters and sow unrest in multiple states, and Tehran and Moscow have also obtained voter registration with the goal of interfering in the election. (Oct. 21)
On the eve of the final presidential debate of the 2020 campaign, President Donald Trump painted a dystopian picture of the United States under Joe Biden. (Oct. 21)
Rudolph W. Giuliani, President Trump’s personal lawyer, at the White House last month. He has recently been involved in pushing corruption accusations against Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s son.
Latinos were denied fair pay, leaving them vulnerable to COVID-19. In this six-part series, USA TODAY investigates how racism killed people of color.
In reservation areas of New Mexico, health care is underfunded. In this six-part series, USA TODAY investigates links between racism and COVID-19.
COVID-19 is killing Asian Americans in the Bay Area. In this six-part series, USA TODAY investigates how systemic racism is driving high death rates.
Housing segregation made New Jersey ripe for the pandemic's spread. In this six-part series, USA TODAY investigates how racism fuels COVID-19 deaths.
Americans living in "Cancer Alley" suffer from high rates of cancer. In this six-part series, USA TODAY investigates how racism fuels COVID-19 deaths.
In a six-part series, USA TODAY investigates how racist policies of the past and present have fueled high COVID-19 deaths in communities of color.
The Justice Department filed an antitrust suit against Google this week, accusing it of being a monopoly in search and search advertising.
Family and friends of people lost to opioid overdoses protested outside Purdue Pharma’s headquarters in Stamford, Conn., in 2018.
Introducing everybody’s dream invention: a Trump-muter.