WASHINGTON: Barack Obama believes that young Americans “completely reject” Republican White House hopeful Donald Trump’s tough line on immigration and that most Americans share their stance.
PARIS: The number of adult cannabis users in the United States increased by ten million from 2002 to 2014, said a study Thursday that called for better education on the potential pitfalls.
WASHINGTON: The US government issued an urgent warning Thursday that it has information about a possible attack against its citizens in the Saudi port city of Jeddah.
NEW YORK: When Fatima Rahmati found out the Orlando killer was Afghan American she was shocked and scared — fearful that her community could suffer reprisals in an increasingly toxic political climate.
WASHINGTON: As lawmakers across the United States battle over whether to allow transgender Americans to use public restrooms that match their gender identities, universities are scrambling to ensure that dorms meet federal standards.
WASHINGTON: Use of electronic cigarettes and other vaping devices has stalled in the United States as more Americans question their safety, according to a new online Reuters/Ipsos poll.
RIYADH: Saudi authorities have arrested nine American citizens among 33 “terror” suspects rounded up over the past days, the Saudi Gazette newspaper reported on Sunday.
CHICAGO: General Motors will be placing a big bet the American public is willing to drive a car built in China when it unveils the Buick Envision on Sunday night.
CHICAGO: As the United States marks more than six years without an increase in the federal minimum wage of $7.25 an hour, 14 states and several cities are moving forward with their own increases, with most set to start taking effect on Friday.
NEW YORK: New York marks a milestone in the fight for equality Thursday when 1.1 million children in America’s largest school district will take the day off to mark Eid al-Adha.