Amy Coney Barrett has seven children—five biological and two adopted—and her family is very important to her. However, she tends not to speak much publicly about her personal life.
The petition, created late Friday night, asks the U.S. Senate not to replace the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg with under 50 days left to the election.
"Think of it, 29 times. Every single time, nobody said, 'Oh, let's not fill the seat.' We won the election," Trump said.
Speaking to reporters before his North Carolina rally, Trump named two judges to potentially replace the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg—both of them women.
President Donald Trump told reporters before leaving for Saturday's North Carolina rally that the deal will "have nothing to do with China" and will be "totally secure."
Instead, the vice president will attend a rally for the Montana Republican Party that is not connected with the QAnon backers.
Protests raged for the fourth straight night in Rochester, New York in response to the release of the video of Daniel Prude's death in police custody.
Joe Biden led the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing nearly 30 years ago when Anita Hill accused now-Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas of sexual harassment.
"My sources are unimpeachable. I feel very confident with what we have reported," Fox News' Jennifer Griffin said after the president called for her to be fired over her independent confirmation of statements in the Atlantic article.
A Tennessee man received a letter saying his mother had tested positive for COVID-19, despite dying before the first case of COVID-19 was detected in her county.
A new memo released Friday evening by the Office of Management and Budget bans federal agencies from holding any trainings mentioning "critical race theory" or "white privilege."
"The streets of our cities are safer with this violent agitator removed, and the actions that led to his location are an unmistakable demonstration that the United States will be governed by law, not violent mobs," Attorney General Barr said.
"My easy solution for the park rangers and hopefully snipers who are going to be watching for this is to shoot on sight. Shoot, done. No more messing with monuments. You want to mess with a monument? Done, get out," Wendy Bell said.
Ivy Jo Freeman responded to a Thursday report that President Donald Trump had referred to soldiers who died in action as "losers" and "suckers."
Arthur Love IV, the deputy director of the Governor's Office of Community Initiatives, was fired Saturday for sharing memes on social media in support of Kyle Rittenhouse, the alleged Kenosha shooter.
A viral video on TikTok shows a man threatening to sue a Chipotle restaurant for refusing to serve him over not wearing a mask, demanding staff call the police to remove him.
As of Saturday evening, the tweet announcing the 'Black Panther' star's death from cancer had over 5.6 million likes, plus nearly 3 million retweets and comments.
In an email sent today to Shaun King's mailing list, he opened with a paragraph mourning the passing of 'Black Panther' star Chadwick Boseman, before promoting his book 'Make Change.'
The Office of the Director of National Intelligence said that instead of providing briefings on election security, it will only provide finished reports.
The rally was postponed in order to differentiate it from similar rallies put on by the organization Save the Children, which has no connection to the QAnon conspiracy theory.
The creators of an Instagram poll asking students who was planning to go to parties turned the list of respondents over to the administration of Northeastern University, which sent out warning letters to students and their parents.
House lawmakers on Saturday approved $25 billion for the United States Postal Service (USPS) in a rare "emergency" vote Saturday—drawing the ire of Republicans.
In addition to increased demand, some laptops have been reportedly stopped from reaching U.S. shores due to sanctions against Chinese companies that are believed to use forced labor.
Dairy and soybean farmer Rick Telesz says that though he's a registered Democrat, he voted for Donald Trump in 2016, in hopes that Trump would "look after the working man."
President Trump cited a case in Passaic County, New Jersey where 19 percent of votes were thrown out; however, it is unclear how many of those ballots were fradulent.
In the viral video, Officer Harvey Briggs appears to walk up to a man filming a traffic stop Briggs was not involved in, and gets into an argument with the cameraperson, who then says Briggs ripped off his mask.
This week, mainland China sent amphibious armored vehicles to the South China Sea as Taiwan deployed troops to reinforce the Pratas Islands.
Republican Gov. Ron Desantis signed an executive order relaxing requirements for restaurant workers who tested positive for COVID-19. Before returning to work, employees had to provide two negative tests; now, it's up to restaurants to check for symptoms.
Over 100 people were at the party before police arrived, a spokesperson for the police union said; two patrol teams are now self-isolating.
Wilford Brimley, 86, died Saturday morning of a long illness.