The president has publicly argued with Governor Brian Kemp, a Republican, over Georgia's election results and subsequent ballot audits.
Jenna Ellis, a senior legal adviser at the Trump campaign, said the sitting president's team is examining 22 electronic tabulation machines in Antrim County on Sunday.
Virginia Senator Mark Warner defended the new bipartisan coronavirus relief proposal during an appearance on CNN's 'State of the Union' Sunday morning.
Ronna McDaniel—chairwoman of the Republican National Committee and vocal supporter of President Donald Trump—suggested that Democrats are hampering conservative efforts to challenge results of the general election in a new op-ed.
Demands to "defund the police" came in response to multiple widely publicized deaths of Black Americans involving police officers.
The U.S. Senate candidates will participate in a moderated discussion set to begin at 7 p.m. ET on Sunday evening.
The president is scheduled to appear at the event in Valdosta, Georgia, on Saturday evening
The Justice Department has reportedly prohibited Heidi Stirrup, an aide to Donald Trump, from reentering the federal building.
The Republican senator, who is campaigning to defend her congressional seat in Georgia's January runoff elections, pledged to divide her quarterly earnings among charitable and nonprofit organizations upon taking office last year.
Georgia Governor Brian Kemp and Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger have publicly advocated for amendments to the state's absentee voting criteria.
Health experts say people should exercise discretion when using the app, since its parameters rest on the idea that COVID-19 primarily spreads through airborne transmission.
The president-elect discussed his intentions to strengthen U.S. industrial policies and better serve the needs of rural populations during an interview published in "The New York Times" on Wednesday.
The health agency warned that an infection outbreak reported inside an acute-care center last spring illustrates the potential for dangerous bacteria to "spread rapidly in hospitals experiencing surges in COVID-19 cases and cause serious infections in this setting."
Governor Gavin Newsom said most of California's population could soon face stay-at-home restrictions similar to those implemented at the pandemic's onset.
As the president continues to insist that Georgia's ballot recount must include repeated signature-matching procedures, he called for the governor's intervention on Monday.
"He can't process the fact that someone who he thinks is so inferior to him won the election," said Fox News anchor Eric Shawn on Sunday afternoon.
The president reiterated unsubstantiated claims about voter fraud on Sunday morning while speaking to Fox News' Maria Bartiromo.
"You need to take it upon yourself to be restrictive," Birx said Sunday, addressing the expected uptick in COVID-19 transmission following Thanksgiving gatherings.
Tony Spell, the megachurch pastor who continued to hold large services in spite of COVID-19 orders effected last spring, argued that places of worship should have full control over decisions about assembly in a since-dismissed legal petition.
Election workers in Fulton County, Georgia, tabulated ballots throughout the weekend as jurisdictions across the state work to audit results ahead of Wednesday's upcoming deadline.
"It's important to talk about why the President pardoned Flynn," Chairman Jerry Nadler said Wednesday. "We saw it before, in the Roger Stone case—where President Trump granted clemency to protect an individual who might have implicated the President in criminal misconduct."
Georgia's four Senate candidates have seen surging donation numbers, but a new analysis suggests the Republicans have gained an early advantage in ad spending.
The company that supplied electronic voting software to states across the U.S. during the general election faced unsubstantiated allegations of misconduct and fraud from President Donald Trump following his opponent's projected win.
Rittenhouse, facing homicide charges for fatally shooting two protesters in Kenosha, Wisconsin, over the summer, was released from custody on $2 million bond last week.
Russian officials have faced global criticism for their hasty registration of Sputnik V, an immunization candidate meant to protect against COVID-19, after very limited early-stage trials.
So far in American history, all four roles have been filled exclusively by men.
A new report from researchers based in the United Kingdom found nearly a dozen "smart" doorbells sold on Amazon and eBay posed significant threats to consumers' data privacy.
H.R. McMaster warned about potential threats to U.S. security that could arise after reducing military presence in Afghanistan early next year.
Pennsylvania's county elections officials are due to certify their respective jurisdictions' results on Monday.