By 9:30 p.m. Friday, Delta had already delivered more than 17 inches of rain to the town of Iowa and more than 16 inches to parts of Lake Charles, an area still reeling from the effects of last month's Hurricane Laura.
Steve Scully, the political editor of C-SPAN, came under fire from the president and others after his account tweeted at former White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci.
An onlooker noticed an unusual scene at the Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church in a town just northeast of New Orleans.
Siegel "will conduct a medical evaluation and interview" during "Tucker Carlson Tonight," according to Fox News.
"They are devoted to science to the public health and the decisions they make...I have confidence in them...They are very good people," Fauci said.
Nearly two months into the school year, Illinois public health officials say they have verified coronavirus outbreaks in at least 44 school buildings, but declined to say where those cases occurred.
At the time of the wedding, both statewide and city executive orders banned gatherings of more than 10 people. The Meadows wedding included around 70 guests.
"I wouldn't go anywhere near the White House," the California Democrat said on ABC's 'The View.' "It's one of the most dangerous places in the country both in terms of the assault that it makes on truth as well as health."
"And if you think, Mrs. de Blasio...retard, woman, crook, whatever you are, you think you're gonna get elected to borough president? You will not be elected," Heshy Tischler said.
Harris has branded herself as a "progressive prosecutor," with supporters pointing to the fact that she was ahead of her time as she began her career during the "tough on crime era."
Biden's lead has narrowed in the state since the last Emerson College poll was conducted in August.
"In order to protect students' interest and safeguard teachers' professionalism and public trust in the teaching profession, the education bureau decided to cancel the teacher's registration."
Trump's tweeted claim came after Biden said Monday that if Roe v. Wade were overturned, his "only response to that is pass legislation making Roe the law of the land. That's what I would do."
"Of course, everybody wants to save every life they can―but the question is, towards what end, ultimately?" said Chris Christie in May. He tested positive Saturday.
Fourteen people in the president's orbit have reported positive diagnoses since Friday—more than the number of newly reported cases in the last 24 hours in Belgium, New Zealand, Singapore, Sweden, Taiwan, Thailand or Vietnam.
The former New Jersey governor announced his diagnosis in a tweet, writing: "I just received word that I am positive for COVID-19. I want to thank all of my friends and colleagues who have reached out to ask how I was feeling in the last day or two."
"Senator Johnson feels healthy and is not experiencing symptoms," his office said in a statement. "He will remain isolated until given the all-clear by his doctor."
The president looked "100 percent normal" at the event in Bedminster, John Sette, former chairman of the Morris County GOP, said.
The Democratic candidate is also leading the president in three other toss-up states, including North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, according to the recent poll.
"Out of an abundance of caution, I sought medical advice and was tested for COVID-19," the senator said.
"The doctor looked frustrated as she stepped away, prompting a staffer to say, 'That's all you can do,'" the reporter tweeted.
"I brought those hats out here cause Minnesota's a little on the windy side. And like a genius, I sent them all out and now I'm getting blown to pieces and that's fine," the president told the crowd.
At the senator's eulogy in 2005, Biden described Byrd as "fiercely devoted to his principles," a "friend," "mentor" and a "guide."
"That is one for the big book," a spokesman for the Marion County Sheriff's Department said of the incident.
A bystander captured the altercation on video, which begins with the woman shouting at the employee and telling them: "We're not leaving."
Harris is one of three senators who proposed a bill that would provide monthly direct payments of $2,000 to those earning up to $120,000 a year.
"Today, Secretary Mnuchin and I had an extensive conversation and we found areas where we are seeking further clarification," House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said in a statement. "Our conversations will continue."
"I think we're hopeful that we can get something done," Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said.
"If hearing that this debate is over was music to your ears, you may not be alone," NBC anchor Lester Holt told viewers, adding, "I'm at a bit of a loss for words."