The Senate Minority Leader said issuing another round of COVID-19 relief payments would be a priority if his party gains control of the chamber.
State officials are prioritizing individuals over 65 as Florida proceeds to administer its earliest doses.
During a Saturday conference call, the sitting president reportedly urged Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger to uncover ballots cast in his favor on Election Day.
Activists intended to rally outside a hotel where members of the Proud Boys and other far-right groups are reportedly staying ahead of pro-Trump demonstrations Wednesday. But organizers canceled the event after receiving threats.
The former House Speaker, a Republican, criticized lawmakers' intent to challenge results of the Electoral College vote.
The sitting president continues to insist that Joe Biden's victory in Georgia was illegitimate, despite the state's initial vote count and two recounts confirming his win.
The Pennsylvania senator on Saturday criticized his Republican colleagues' plans to challenge President-elect Joe Biden's victory.
Earlier, the sitting president blamed the CDC's coronavirus reporting methods, claiming infection and death statistics are "far exaggerated."
The U.S. has administered significantly fewer COVID-19 vaccines than officials intended, with CDC data suggesting just 4.2 million people had received a single dose.
Officers shot and killed a man while conducting a traffic stop near the site of George Floyd's death on Wednesday night.
Contributions from California supporters topped those each candidate received from any other U.S. state between mid-October and mid-December.
Police have started an investigation after the group was seen damaging the vehicle in midtown Manhattan.
The outcomes of Georgia's runoff elections will determine whether Democrats gain control of the U.S. Senate next term, or Republicans maintain a majority.
A second suspected case of the mutated infection was identified in another member of the Colorado National Guard deployed to the same nursing home. The second case is not yet confirmed.
An advocacy group in Tacoma booked 16 rooms at a Travelodge Motel, which individuals experiencing homelessness are currently occupying, on Christmas Eve.
Los Angeles County is confronting the most significant increase in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in California.
"Personally, I'm incredibly frustrated," wrote Ashish Jha. "Did we not know that vaccines were coming? Is vaccine administration a surprise?"
The small business owner has not closed his restaurant's outdoor patio to the public, which violates terms of Los Angeles County's updated COVID-19 orders.
"It feels like this president is trying to do as much damage as he can," Frank Luntz said Sunday on Fox News.
"I have become increasingly infuriated by so-called advocates are who ditching the mask in the middle of a pandemic as an expression of freedom," said Texas House Speaker Dennis Bonnen in June.
Former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb believes the new COVID-19 variant identified abroad is likely present in the U.S., although health officials have not yet detected it.
The leading health expert attributed the anticipated spike to group gatherings and increased travel during the holiday season on Sunday.
ParCare Community Health Network said it intends to "actively cooperate" with state health and law enforcement officials as they pursue a criminal investigation.
Maras-Lindeman described herself as a "private contractor with experience gathering and analyzing foreign intelligence" in an affidavit.
Authorities are continuing to investigate those responsible for a significant explosion that impacted the Tennessee city's downtown area early Friday morning.
Local police evacuated the area after reporting a "suspicious" parked van near the site of the downtown explosion Friday morning.
The Postal Service and NAACP Legal Defense Fund reached a formal agreement late Wednesday, as it continues to face pending litigation related to election mail.
CrowdStrike, a Silicon Valley–based technology company, said the attempt to compromise its email system took place several months ago.
Donald Trump announced sightly more than 200 appointments, primarily to federal advisory boards and committees, since November 3. Roughly 100 of the individuals appointed are allies.
The Justice Department filed the civil suit against the retailer, which operates one of the nation's largest pharmacy chains.