In a recording of the 911 call, obtained by Newsweek, 84-year-old Bruce Barrick told a dispatcher: "This guy's an idiot!"
More than 76.5 million ballots have already been cast in the 2020 election—around 55 percent of the total number of votes in the 2016 election, according to the U.S. Elections Project.
Katie and Robbie Peacock have a Joe Biden flag flying outside their residence in Lafayette, California.
Police recovered propane tanks, torches and possible dynamite sticks from the van at Logan Circle in Center City.
With in-person voting looking very different this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, officials say it is more important than ever for voters to be well-informed.
Keiajah Brooks told the president of Kansas City Board of Police Commissioners: "You age like trash when you're racist."
Nonprofit organizations collaborated on a light show against the backdrop of Camelback Mountain in Phoenix a week before Election Day.
Philadelphia Police shot and killed the 27-year-old Black man in the street, sparking numerous protests.
Richardson, 46, told Newsweek that the U.S. can't have four more years of Donald Trump, who took out full-page newspaper ads calling for Richardson and four men to be hanged.
Benjamin Hovland, the chairman of the U.S. Election Assistance Commission, said recent arson attacks on ballot drop boxes shouldn't have an impact on voters' confidence in the election process.
Boston Police said a carrier discovered mail damaged by fire when emptying the mailbox in the city's Back Bay neighborhood.
The 27-year-old Black man was fatally shot by police in Philadelphia on Monday. His father said he struggled with mental health issues and was on medication.
Michigan's Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson issued guidance earlier this month, banning guns within 100 feet of polling place, clerk's office or absent voter counting board on November 3.
The police chief in Cleveland Heights, Ohio, said officers are taking a social media post reporting the alleged threat "very seriously."
The 72-year-old was one of 13 men who will be elevated to the cardinal's rank, People Francis said in a surprise announcement.
"If any of you see J.K. Rowling, please tell her... Stick to the books!" McKinnon says in the sketch, where she plays a psychic predicting what 2020 has in store for a group of friends.
The president's personal lawyer was roasted this week after it emerged that Sacha Baron Cohen had duped him for a scene that appears in "Borat Subsequent Moviefilm."
The Grammy-winning singer said she was "absolutely thrilled" to be hosting SNL after first appearing on the show as a musical guest in 2008.
The winning numbers in Saturday evening's drawing of the Powerball were 18, 20, 27, 45, and 65. The Powerball was 6 and the Power Play was X2.
Civil unions should "not be restricted to two people of the same sex in a presumed sexual relationship," San Francisco's archbishop Salvatore Cordileone said.
Kaidence Lyons was left with a broken hand, as well as head and knee injuries after the incident at Clear Creek High School in League City, her mother said.
The letter, sent to tenants of a trailer park in Fort Morgan, Colorado, said their rent would not be raised for at least two years if Donald Trump is re-elected.
"Biden's dimensia [sic] is worsening, he is not fit," the billboard, in Fayette County, Pennsylvania, says.
The owner of Roselynn Ice Cream and Diner in Epping said he would only reopen when requirements about mask-wearing are lifted.
Comedian Samantha Bee shared the reimagined version of the iconic opening scene of the 1996 slasher film on Twitter.
Jerry Saffo, 32, died in the shooting outside a Family Dollar store in the Mount Pleasant neighborhood of Cleveland, Ohio.
Thomas Parkinson-Freeman, 23, has been charged with manslaughter, a second-degree felony, after the shooting in Gulfport, Florida.
Peter Madsen fled the Herstedvester Prison brandishing a "pistol-like object" on Tuesday, but was apprehended a short time later.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said he will begin the process to confirm Barrett after the Senate Judiciary Committee votes on her nomination on Thursday.
Jennifer Petersen said she saw fear on students' faces after a man broke into their home in Galt, California.