The Biden administration pledged to "assist any districts facing repercussions" after Florida threatened to withhold state funding for school districts that refused to reverse their mask requirements.
As Delta explodes, a growing number of Republican leaders are urging people to get vaccinated but polls show that many GOP voters are still hesitant.
"Vietnam looks like a masterclass in strategy compared to Joe Biden's catastrophe," the former president said.
"I'm not sure that me wearing a mask, whether you think I should or not, really is going to help anybody," Moore said.
After he was hospitalized, Valentine's family said Phil regretted his disparaging remarks about the coronavirus vaccine and "looks forward" to being an advocate when he's back on air.
Fulton County Commission Chairman Robb Pitts called the election review "partisan politics at its worst."
The Florida governor's crusade to prevent COVID-19 restrictions has drawn ire from local officials, including Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gelber.
California, Colorado and Maryland are among states that will provide or have provided further cash payments to some residents amid the ongoing pandemic.
Texas' highest court has temporarily blocked mask mandates issued by local officials in two of the country's largest counties.
Taliban insurgent forces swiftly seized control of Afghanistan on Sunday, forcing the evacuation of U.S. embassy personnel in the city of Kabul.
Mayor Carlos Hernandez, who represents the city of Hialeah in Miami-Dade County, has criticized DeSantis for banning local officials from making decisions on how best to protect their citizens amid the pandemic.
As Taliban forces enter Kabul, a slow-moving U.S. effort to evacuate Afghan allies has developed into a humanitarian crisis.
Fauci said federal health officials are examining data "on a daily and weekly basis in cohorts" to determine if the wider population will need a third dose.
The U.S. evacuated embassy personnel in Kabul by helicopter on Sunday as Taliban fighters advanced on Afghanistan's capital.
"Anything less will further confirm Joe Biden's impotence to the world," said the Arkansas Republican.
The Taliban continued to take over cities and provinces across Afghanistan on Saturday as Trump and Biden blamed each other for a disorderly withdrawal of U.S. troops.
One male was treated by the Los Angeles Fire Department after being stabbed amid the violence, according to police.
MSNBC hosts Mehdi Hasan and Joy Reid also piled on as another bizarre Trump "reinstatement day" theory failed on Friday.
"Republicans are going to use those accusations of fraud—those grievances that are really stirring up the base and spreading by the way—to enact these voter suppression laws," said the niece of former President Donald Trump.
More than 150 economists, 50 U.S. House members and 21 senators have supported sending recurring direct payments until the pandemic ends.
Oklahoma County District Judge Anthony Bonner Jr. prohibited the state from withdrawing from the federal program until it expires on September 6
Republican detractors of the bipartisan package cannot block its passage but they can still slow it down.
"Cawthorn, though closer to a child's age than I am, really does not have any perspective on this," said Schrier.
Trump appeared on Fox News' "Unfiltered" to discuss and criticize Democratic policies under President Joe Biden.
The Senate Majority Whip described the pressure that Trump allegedly placed on ex-Acting AG Jeffrey Rosen as "very real" and "very specific."
Yuh-Line Niou, a New York Assembly member who is also a sexual assault survivor, called the defense presented by Cuomo's legal team "disgusting and vile."
"It's amazing to me some would be so happy to play politics with this," tweeted Republican Senator Bill Cassidy.
The tactic of requiring donors to untick a box to opt out of weekly withdrawals caused a short-term spike in revenue.
"Yes, I get the fact that Newsmax and Fox News are declaring this country as falling apart. But walk the streets. It's not like that," he said.
New Zealand has not reported a single case of coronavirus in its community since February 28.