The majority of Americans have said President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw troops from northern Syria and allow Turkey to attack Kurds there has damaged the United States’ reputation as a trusted ally, a new poll has shown.
For America’s working poor, an often essential ingredient for getting and keeping a job — having a car — has rarely been more costly, and millions of people are finding it impossible to keep up with payments despite prolonged economic growth and low unemployment.
A majority of Americans believe social media companies have too much control over the news on their sites, and most are worried that they get a less favorable "mix" of information as a result, according to a new survey.
Most Americans are opposed to the idea of a new US military conflict over the recent attack on Saudi Arabia’s oil facilities, a new poll has found, amid reports that Washington is not ruling out a military response to the attack which slashed the close US ally’s oil output by more than half.
Nearly half of all Americans expect another mass shooting will happen soon in the United States, according to a Reuters/Ipsos public opinion poll, as the nation reels from rampages in California, Texas and Ohio.
The death toll from the attack on a hotel in Somalia's port city of Kismayu has risen to 26, with Kenyans, Americans, a Briton and Tanzanians among the dead, Jubbaland region's president said on Saturday.
The June jobs report marked a turnaround with 224,000 jobs added last month. But even as the numbers point to strength in the labor market, millions of Americans are teetering on the edge of financial ruin.
Native Americans' use of fire to manage vegetation in what is now the Eastern US was more profound than previously believed, according to a Penn State researcher who determined that forest composition change in the region was caused more by land use than climate change.