"Nazis! Look at these Nazis," the woman is heard saying in her video.
As of July 17, the U.S. is reporting 3,576,430 total cases, with Brazil and India reporting 2,012,151 and 1,003,832, respectively, according to data from Johns Hopkins University's tracker.
West Monroe police arrested Ricky Taylor, 64, on Tuesday outside a Walmart Supercenter on three charges: aggravated assault with a motor vehicle on an officer, resisting arrest, and disorderly conduct.
"Bless those who persecute you; bless and do not curse them," Brad Parscale wrote on his Twitter account Thursday, quoting from the Bible's Romans 12:14.
"Workers should not have to sacrifice their health and safety to earn a living, especially during an ongoing global pandemic," Virginia Governor Ralph Northam, who proposed the rules, said in a statement.
The Ventura City Council cast a 6-0 vote during its meeting Wednesday night to remove a statue of Father Junipero Serra from outside its city hall and relocate it to the Mission San Buenaventura.
Golden Valley Police Department officers confronted visitors at a beach, prepared to issue citations for violating indecent exposure laws.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends washing them after each use.
The professor is facing requests for her removal after a Zoom meeting to discuss the adoption of an "anti-racist framework."
In a video captured by an onlooker, the woman is heard shouting, "You guys are cult members. I'm not wearing a mask."
According to a Reuters/Ipsos public opinion poll released Wednesday, two out of three Americans want to see the tax documents while about half believe Trump has been withholding them for reasons that could hurt him politically.
According to a new Morning Consult/Politco poll published Wednesday, 62 percent of voters rated Dr. Anthony Fauci's handling of the coronavirus "excellent" or "good," compared with the 36 percent of voters who answered the same for President Donald Trump.
Ghislaine Maxwell pleaded not guilty at her bail hearing Tuesday, as her lawyers maintain that she "vigorously denies the charges, intends to fight them and is entitled to the presumption of innocence."
Trump's announcement will focus on China, as the president faces an impending deadline to sign Congress' Hong Kong sanctions bill.
"Risk for getting plague is extremely low as long as precautions are taken," according to a statement from Colorado health officials, which also provided a list of safety measures that stressed the importance of staying away from wild animals.
Just 32 percent of Americans have a "fair amount" or "great deal" of trust in the federal government's ability when it comes to protecting their families, an Axios-Ipsos poll released Tuesday showed.
Families were invited to a party aimed at raising money for the school district's nonprofit arm.
"We must bang a fist on the table, so this never happens again," said Veronique Monguillot, widow of Philippe Monguillot. "It's barbaric, not normal. We must stop this massacre."
"As large American employers and employer organizations, we strongly urge you to leave the DACA program in place," the letter stated.
"Best day ever!" exclaimed one Magic Kingdom attendee in the background of a video posted to the Blog Mickey twitter account.
"The American people are going to choose freedom on Nov. 3 when they vote to re-elect President Donald Trump," Pence said, adding that the "agenda of the far left" is the one thing that could get in the way between the American people and the president.
Florida was one of the last states to impose a stay-at-home order when the crisis first hit the U.S. in March, and one of the first to reopen.
The City of St. Petersburg Police Department announced that, beginning October 1, a Community Assistance Liaison would respond to reports of a drug overdose, intoxicated person, mental health crisis, suicide crisis and disorderly juvenile.
"Naya Rivera is not the first, nor the last to go missing at Lake Piru," wrote petition organizer Erin Jordan. "Lake Piru is a very deep lake with very bad whirlpools, people have been asking for years for the city to put up warning signs for swimmers."
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the top adviser on the White House's coronavirus task force, told the Financial Times that he has not seen Trump in person since early June, and that he has not briefed the president in "at least two months."
"This is the reason this virus is continuing to spread. This is the reason that people are inadvertently putting people in harm's way," Keisha Lance Bottoms said during an appearance on 'CBS This Morning.'
"The suspects convinced the resident it was necessary to enter her home to check the water," according to a Facebook post. "As the resident was distracted during the 'alleged' inspection, other suspects went through her belongings inside the home, stealing jewelry."
"The Supreme Court, including the president's appointees, have declared that he is not above the law," House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Thursday during a press briefing.
Woodlynne Councilman Clyde Cook was charged with aggravated assault on two police officers and obstruction of justice after the incident had occurred in their home in February.
Former Vice President Joe Biden, seen as the Democratic Party's top choice for its presidential nomination, earned less primary votes than President Donald Trump in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Wisconsin and Florida.