North Texas Students Representing US In Global Robotics CompetitionNearly a dozen North Texas students are representing the U.S. to compete in First Global Competition -- basically the Olympics in the robotics world.
It's Been 1 Year Since First Confirmed Case Of COVID-19 In USMore than 24,300,000 people in the U.S. have gotten the virus since then and more than 404,000 people have now died, according to the CDC.
Joe Biden Sworn In As 46th President, Says 'This Is Democracy's Day'Joe Biden has been sworn in as the 46th president of the United States. "This is America's day. This is democracy's day," Biden said in his inaugural address.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Dies At 87Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died at the age of 87, the Supreme Court announced Friday.
American Airlines Considering Cutting Flights To Many Small US CitiesAmerican Airlines is planning to drop flights to up to 30 smaller U.S. cities if a federal requirement to continue those flights expires at the end of next month, an executive familiar with the matter said.
US Surpasses 5 Million COVID-19 Cases, Texas Among 5 States That Make Up More Than 40% Of TallyThe U.S. surpassed 5 million cases of COVID-19, with Texas being among five states that make up more than 40% of that tally.
US Senate Committee Moves To Remove Confederate Names From Military AssetsThe Republican-led Senate Armed Services Committee adopted an amendment behind closed doors for the Pentagon to remove the names of Confederate generals from military assets within three years.
US Awards Border Wall Contract In Texas To Begin In 2021The U.S. government has awarded a $275 million border wall contract for construction that would begin in South Texas in January.
44 Deportees Test Positive For Coronavirus After Flight Home From Texas, Guatemala Official SaysA Guatemala government official says 44 Guatemalans deported on one flight from the United States this week have tested positive for COVID-19.
DHS: Coronavirus Pandemic Measures Cut Illegal Border Crossings By HalfA Trump administration official says illegal border crossings have dropped by half as the strictest U.S.-Mexico border policies yet went into place amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Officials In U.S. And Mexico Announce New, Tougher Travel Restrictions Along BorderAs expected, the United States and Mexico announced Friday that travel would be sharply restricted along their shared border as part of efforts to control the spread of the coronavirus.
Gun, Ammo Sales Spike In US During Coronavirus Outbreak: 'Busier Than Christmastime... Black Friday'Gun sellers across the United States are reporting major spikes in firearm and ammunition purchases as the coronavirus outbreak continues to spread throughout the country.
Supreme Court Rules Parents Can't Sue US Border Patrol Agent Who Killed Teen Son In MexicoThe Supreme Court said Tuesday that the parents of a Mexican youth who was shot to death in Mexico by a U.S. Border Patrol agent standing on American soil cannot try to sue the agent in U.S. courts for damages.
Americans, Including Irving Newlyweds, Quarantined On Cruise Ship Land In California, TexasTwo charter flights carrying Americans who were quarantined on a cruise ship in Japan have landed at military bases in California and Texas as health officials look to avoid any further spread of the novel coronavirus.
28-Year-Old Soldier From San Antonio, Javier Gutierrez Killed In Afghanistan FirefightA Texan was one of two Americans killed during a firefight in Afghanistan this weekend.