UPS reportedly confirmed that the contents of the package, which Carlson said "vanished" in the mail earlier this week, will be returned.
Photos taken outside of Immanuel Baptist Church in Rochester, New York, Thursday morning showed the property surrounded by police tape that designated the area a crime scene.
Polling data indicates the Democratic presidential nominee holds the widest leads in Michigan, Minnesota, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin less than one week ahead of Election Day.
Spiking virus cases and an influx of COVID-19 patients requiring hospital care prompted Idaho Governor Brad Little to reimplement restrictions on public gatherings, restaurants and other venues this week.
Taylor, the Department of Homeland Security's former chief of staff, revealed he was the anonymous author who criticized Trump in a 2018 opinion essay and 2019 tell-all book.
TikTok announced it will coordinate with a team of fact-checkers to verify content related to the upcoming election and limit circulation of misleading posts.
Hundreds gathered in Brooklyn to protest Walter Wallace's fatal shooting by Philadelphia police earlier this week.
Philadelphia's police commissioner said the department plans to release the officers' names as long as doing so does not put their "safety at risk."
Seth Blattman confirmed that he reported the incident to local police and asked them to investigate it as a hate crime.
Anthony Fauci, the top infectious disease specialist in the U.S., questioned Russia's claims that its first vaccine was safe and effective given the lack of extensive testing in clinical trials.
"I never thought he was a good speaker, personally. I really never did," Trump said of the former president.
Last week, Trump issued an executive order that called for the removal of firing protections usually afforded to certain federal employees.
Amid rising infections, hospitalizations and deaths, the president suggested that the higher numbers of cases are because of expanded diagnostic testing efforts.
"We started as a 17-point underdog. Today, I'm honored to accept the endorsement of the oldest newspaper in South Carolina, @thestate. Change is coming, folks," Harrison wrote on Twitter alongside a link to The State's endorsement, written by members of its editorial board.
Trump said the Democratic presidential nominee "couldn't remember" his name in a tweet posted Monday morning.
"This wasn't a slip by Meadows, it was a candid acknowledgment of what President Trump's strategy has clearly been from the beginning of this crisis," Biden said in a statement released by his campaign.
A pro-Trump convoy driving from Brooklyn to Manhattan encountered opposition from counter protesters along its route on Sunday.
As public health officials in El Paso work to manage surging hospitalizations related to COVID-19, Texas Governor Greg Abbott announced plans to use the city's convention center as a temporary medical facility starting this week.
FiveThirtyEight's election forecast estimated the Democratic presidential nominee's chances of winning Pennsylvania—a crucial battleground state—were 86 percent on Sunday.
Georgia voted to elect former President Bill Clinton, a Democrat, during his first-term race against George H.W. Bush. Clinton won by less than 1 percent.
The South Carolina senator again asked conservatives for increased financial support to his reelection campaign during a Fox interview.
As multiple European countries see an ongoing resurgence of COVID-19 cases, leaders have announced new restrictions in hopes of curbing further spread.
Graham, a prominent evangelical leader, criticized the pope's comments about legal recognition of LGBTQ partnerships in a lengthy Facebook post.
While the Bush siblings have made their lack of support for Trump's re-election clear, neither has formally endorsed Joe Biden's campaign.
Welker, an NBC News White House correspondent, will moderate the final debate between Trump and Biden.
A vocal Trump critic, Romney previously confirmed he did not vote to elect the current president in 2016.
Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly spoke publicly about Taylor's death for the first time in a video interview released Wednesday.
The actor told "Fox and Friends" hosts that he believes Republicans and Democrats have turned the pandemic into a political issue.
"Questions were asked about additional charges and the grand jury was told there would be none because the prosecutors didn't feel they could make them stick," the juror said in an anonymous statement released Tuesday.
Just 18 percent of individuals who participated in a New York Times/Sienna College survey, conducted during Georgia's first week of in-person early voting, said they planned to cast ballots by mail.