"I think we're gonna be very good with the coronavirus," the president said, as states continued to set grim new coronavirus infection records.
Other states, including Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Oklahoma and North Carolina, also reported record numbers of new cases this week.
Authorities shared a video posted to social media of the female suspect, as well as photos of the individual "attempting to hide her identity."
The manner of death has been called a homicide.
The investigation is still active, a San Bernardino Sheriff's Department spokesperson told Newsweek on Sunday.
The president's overall job approval rating in the state also took a dive, with 50 percent disapproving and 46 percent approving.
"Everything they told us is not right. We just want the truth," Fuller's sister Diamond Alexander said. "My brother was not suicidal. He was a survivor."
"Today's report shows us there is still reason for strong concern in parts of our state," Jay Inslee said.
"The Trump Administration's decision to eliminate protections for transgender patients is simply wrong," Collins said.
Patrol officers responded to a 911 call from an on-base residence at around 4 a.m. local time Saturday.
Governor Doug Ducey defended his decision to reopen the state and attributed the rise in cases to an increase in testing capacity.
"It's something that we're very seriously considering," Steve Mnuchin said
We will "end policing as we know it, and to re-create systems of public safety that actually keep us safe," Minneapolis City Council President Lisa Bender said.
Even takeout was banned during lockdown—but it paid off.
Facebook did not disclose specific details of the users or their plans, but confirmed "approximately" 190 accounts were taken offline.
The Shorewood Police Department on Sunday said the woman, identified as attorney Stephanie Rapkin, was taken into custody on Saturday evening.
Cuomo's fears of another surge in coronavirus cases caused by the George Floyd protests were shared by leaders around the country.
"The campaign has been removed because of a repeated pattern of inflammatory statements that spread hate, discrimination, intolerance and falsehoods against the black community," the crowdfunding platform said.
Republican Senators Lisa Murkowski, James Lankford, Mitt Romney, Ben Sasse and Tim Scott have all criticized the Trump administration's response to protesters in Lafayette Park.
'The Breakfast Club' radio host urged Biden to pick a progressive black female running mate to alleviate voter depression in November.
Republicans argue that Newsom's order invites fraud and raises concerns that Democrats could use the ballots to swing races to benefit their party.
Senior pastor Alyn Waller, of Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church, said he will continue to hold services through Zoom and Facebook Live.
Springfield-Greene County Health officials notified the public on Saturday that a second hair stylist from the Great Clips salon had tested positive for COVID-19.
"Stop spreading it, stop creating paranoia," Republican Congressman Adam Kinzinger said.
The battle over in-person church services within the country is the latest public opinion divide amid the pandemic.
Kim Jong Un ordered new policies to further ramp up his nation's nuclear war deterrence on Saturday, as an Iranian tanker entered Venezuela waters.
"People are dying," Rev. Jesse Jackson said. "We're inclined to follow these doctors advice."
The Trump campaign plans to employ aerial advertising to reach beachgoers throughout this weekend.
"Jeff, you had your chance & you blew it," the president tweeted Saturday.
British leader Boris Johnson reportedly plans to limit the Chinese tech giant's influence in Britain's 5G network to zero by the year 2023.