"We simply cannot trust this administration to protect the American people, which is why Congress must step in," Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said, adding that the STOP Act will make way for an "essential oversight of the coronavirus response."
In a public safety report published on Tuesday, the Pittsburgh Police Department asked for the public's help in identifying the two men who "apparently shot paintballs at the Black Lives Matter mural Downtown."
In a statement issued on Monday, McConnell said that "President Trump's nominee for this vacancy will receive a vote on the floor of the Senate."
While speaking to NewsmaxTV, U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams said that "this is going to be our most important flu season of our lifetimes."
To easily check your voter registration, the National Voter Registration website provides a number of steps.
"Recent actions by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court have set Pennsylvania up to be the subject of significant post-election legal controversy," Philadelphia City Commissioner Lisa Deeley wrote.
Utah, California, South Carolina and other states had reached their peak earlier but have reported an increasing number of cases in the past weeks.
"We're here with your wake up call @LindseyGrahamSC," tweeted protest organizer Sunrise Movement DC. "RBG's seat will be filled after the election."
His lead over Martha McSally in the polls comes at a crucial moment for Trump's Supreme Court nomination as he could take office as soon as November 30.
"It's definitely different. I would absolutely prefer to be [there] and be able to look at the players in their eyes and them see me on the field," Brennan Pugh, Vardaman High School's head football coach, told Newsweek.
Trump has appointed far more federal judges than his predecessors. Data from Heritage.org shows former President Barack Obama appointed 158 federal judges among 188 nominees, while George W. Bush and Bill Clinton both appointed 203 judges, on 239 and 221 nominees, respectively.
A new New York Times/Sienna College poll shows incumbent GOP Senators in three states at risk of losing in the November 3 election.
"I felt like somebody had just sexually attacked us," Devon Morales, the mother of one of the students in the class, told WLNY News in New York.
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"We've got to get those numbers down. If we don't get them down, then we're going to have a really bad situation in the fall," the nation's leading infectious diseases expert said.
One poll shows Joe Biden holding a large lead over the president among suburban voters, 53 percent to 40 percent.
"I think we're probably looking at late second quarter, third quarter 2021," CDC Director Robert Redfield said when asked about a potential COVID-19 vaccine.
"Dear Fox News," the vet tweeted. "Here's what happens after an ambush (left). Here's what happens after you've made a complete moron out of yourself in front of the entire world (right). Do better, dammit."
Rabbi Scott Kramer of the Montgomery, Alabama synagogue Agudath Israel Etz Ahayem said that the attackers screamed, "F*** Jews" and "go back to the showers."
Lynwood City Manager Jose Ometeotl posted a photo of Malcolm X on Sunday with "Chickens come home to roost" written over it, which the civil rights activist said following the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in 1963.
According to Poweroutage.US, over 440,000 residents were left without power, with at least 234,103 in Alabama, 204,410 in Florida and 5,406 in Mississippi.
The deaths add to the five reported Monday by the state's Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Respondents in South Korea and Denmark were particularly harsh, with 93 percent and 92 percent, respectively, saying the U.S. has done a bad job at handling the pandemic.
"You're gonna see a rigged election," said the U.S. president. "This guy would do anything and he's in charge of the ballots."
Jerome Adams' comments on Monday resembled ones made days earlier by President Donald Trump, which Fauci disagreed with.
"Masks are just a symbol of deception and oppression," Saundra McDowell wrote on Facebook.
Trump's comments come as he faces backlash for holding a campaign rally indoors in Henderson, Nevada, on Sunday night.
In Canada, several thousand anti-mask protesters gathered in Montreal and Vancouver, criticizing the country's response to the novel coronavirus pandemic.
A 26-year-old U.S. citizen was recently accused of sparking a wave of new coronavirus infections in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, a ski town in Bavaria, Germany.
New York Republican Rep. Peter King on Thursday called the recent report of President Donald Trump's administration withholding funds from the FDNY's 9/11 health program "disgraceful."