The Vermont senator defended the presumptive Democratic Party presidential ticket of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris from progressive criticism, saying the vast majority of liberals know the country must oust President Donald Trump.
Americans are hearing, reading and seeing more about President Donald Trump than former Vice President Joe Biden. But unlike in 2016, his Democratic rival is tied to positive buzz words.
Video released Friday shows one of the ex-Minneapolis Police Department officers charged in George Floyd's death telling investigators his job was to watch the "hostile" crowd nearby — not the deadly arrest.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, who in late March referred to COVID-19 as a "little cold," is enjoying his highest approval ratings and a tiny percentage of residents who blame him for the world's second-highest toll death.
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani described Kamala Harris as a "horrible prosecutor" and "bully" Friday, as he officially endorsed President Donald Trump's re-election campaign.
NBA commissioner Adam Silver responded to President Donald Trump referring to the league's players as "nasty" and "dumb" for holding silent protests during the playing of the National Anthem.
President Donald Trump said Facebook, Twitter and other large Silicon Valley tech companies are "100 percent" trying to control every bit of information that Americans receive.
Entrepreneur and former presidential candidate Andrew Yang said he's disappointed about not being invited to speak at next week's virtual Democratic National Convention.
Scientists say Hawaii now has the highest rate of spreading COVID-19 infections, which has prompted a law enforcement crackdown on residents violating social distancing orders.
The state's official care-home death toll of just over 6,600 may likely not have counted thousands of additional deaths statewide, the Associated Press reported.
A woman in Greenville, South Carolina ranted at a police officer after she was pulled over while driving a vehicle decked out in posters and flags expressing opposition to COVID-19 testing.
Attorney General Bill Barr blamed "the left" for America's hyperpartisan political environment, saying Democrats created a "secular religion," which views conservatives and the GOP solely as "the enemy."
The head of the Federal Election Commission warned American voters not to expect the results of the upcoming presidential election on the night of November 3, she urged everyone to "take a deep breath" as they await the count.
Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar's visit to Taiwan over the weekend prompted scorn from the Chinese Communist Party, but the Trump administration official shot back, saying Beijing is still witholding the origin of COVID-19 from the world.
National Security Adviser Robert O' Brien said China's efforts to interfere with the 2020 U.S. election are focused on ensuring that President Donald Trump does not win on November 3.
The former secretary of state said President Trump's executive actions Saturday made it very clear he intends on going after Social Security and Medicare if he's re-elected.
The House Speaker and Senate Minority Leader both warned that President Donald Trump's Saturday executive actions won't work and ultimately take money from workers, Social Security and Medicare.
Many Europeans are asking if Americans even care about their people's own health, as they have watched in astonishment at the world's most powerful country faltering in its response to the coronavirus pandemic.
An Ohio woman challenged a Planet Fitness staff member after he repeatedly asked her to leave the gym for refusing to wear a mask.
President Donald Trump signed several executive orders Saturday which extend payroll cuts and a moratorium on evictions, as well as diverting funds to provide $400 in weekly enhanced unemployment benefits.
Reddick said she felt compelled to write the obituary after realizing that although she may not actually die from COVID-19 - at least one teacher in Florida likely will after students return on August 20.
A Utah Republican congressional candidate and former NFL player said Americans should "stand up, man up" for the National Anthem as he criticized professional athletes for supporting a "radical left" political agenda.
United States intelligence agencies warned Russia and China are actively involved in 2020 election interference, but the two countries are not using their efforts to "denigrate" the same presidential candidate.
Dr. Jill Biden, the wife of presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, said her husband will absolutely be at the scheduled debates with President Donald Trump this fall—rejecting the suggestion of some strategists who urged Biden not to give Trump the platform.
"Usually, vaccines literally take years and years and years to develop," the vice president said.
The family of a Texas man who died after contracting COVID-19 penned an obituary which lashed out at President Donald Trump and other "selfish" people who refused to take the pandemic seriously.
A growing majority of Americans say it's either somewhat important or very important to hear directly from both former Vice President Joe Biden and President Donald Trump's campaigns.
An Arizona superintendent said his decision between opening schools safely or risking the loss of funding is like having a gun to his head.
A panel of white women all named "Karen" appeared on a United Kingdom television show Monday morning in which they blamed the media and anti-racism protests for unfairly stigmatizing their monikers.
The New York Police Department reported 777 shootings in 2020 through August 1, totaling more victims and incidents than 2019 in its entirety.