Experts verify that photographic negatives bought at a garage sale are early works of the American photographer Ansel Adams.
Emeritus Queen consort Sofía of Spain tests positive for COVID-19 after travelling to Miami, Florida, United States.
The United States closes the Mexico–US border near the Texas city of Del Rio after thousands of Haitian migrants arrived at the International Bridge near the city. The U.S. will also begin flying the migrants back to Haiti.
The United States Census Bureau announces the country's total population to be over 331 million people, thereby marking the second-slowest growth rate in its history. It also announces that Texas will gain two congressional seats during the redistricting process, with Colorado, Florida, Montana, North Carolina, and Oregon gaining one seat each; California, Illinois, Michigan, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia will each lose a seat.
The death toll from COVID-19 in the United States exceeds 100,000.
The United States and Russia sign an agreement designed to avoid conflict between both countries' warplanes in Syria. The Pentagon said the agreement will remain secret; a hotline will enable both countries to directly communicate.
The United States Air Force expands an illegal drugs investigation involving 10 officers in six military bases in the United States and the United Kingdom.
The United States agrees to a plan to return some land, used by the US Military's Futenma Airbase in Okinawa, to Japan.
A drone attack conducted by the United States kills at least ten people (suspected militants) in South Waziristan, Pakistan.
The U.S. ambassador to Iceland is summoned in relation to secret United States attempts to access private details concerning Icelandic MP Birgitta Jónsdóttir. The matter is described as "very serious".
United States authorities give the green light to human trials of an Ebola drug said to have worked during tests on monkeys.