A federal appeals court in New Orleans will hear arguments Wednesday on the legality of the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, setting up another high-stakes legal clash over immigration that could impact hundreds of thousands of people.
Low-cost carrier Spirit Airlines has won the opportunity to expand its operations at the crowded Newark Airport -- over complaints from dominant United Airlines that Spirit and its peers are clogging up operations.
If you're an American visiting Italy, Greece or Spain this summer after a travel hiatus during the pandemic, you're in luck: Meals, hotels and tours are more affordable in dollars than they've been in two decades.
Repeatedly catching Covid-19 appears to increase the chances that a person will face new and sometimes lasting health problems after their infection, according to the first study on the health risks of reinfection.
Few people noticed when the Federal Election Commission deadlocked last month over whether US Rep. Byron Donalds of Florida in 2020 had broken a law intended to keep money raised for a state campaign out of federal elections.
Scandinavian airline SAS has filed for bankruptcy protection in the United States to help accelerate restructuring plans, it said on Tuesday, warning strike action by pilots had impacted its financial position and liquidity.
While TikTok's short-form videos are entertaining, that's "just the sheep's clothing," a Federal Communications Commission official said, and the app should be removed from app stores because of security issues.