Syracuse University students were recently captured on video gathering in large crowds across campus, not following social distancing measures and shortly after they received criticism from the university.
A Chicago man recently apologized after he live streamed himself breaking into an ATM during a string of protests and looting incidents in the city.
The poll also found an increasing number of voters seeing a Democratic presidential victory as likely.
The Marijuana Opportunity Reinvestment and Expungement Act was introduced by Harris in the Senate, where it is awaiting action.
Authorities seized 14 weapons from the man's home, including five handguns, rifles and shotguns.
Recent fires in California have so far burned some 340,000 acres in the state.
In Tennessee, teachers can now be required to come back to work or remain in the classroom, even if they have been exposed to the novel coronavirus, according to a new policy.
The U.S. has continued to move closer to a vaccine for the novel coronavirus, but fewer Americans are saying they'd get one, according to a new poll.
The council decided to remove a city ordinance that required standing for the song.
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot on Tuesday suggested that the "lax gun laws" in states such as Mississippi and Indiana is causing the increase in violence in the city.
In Mississippi, 71 of 82 counties have reported positive cases of the novel coronavirus within schools, according to state health officer Dr. Thomas Dobbs.
Arizona students on Monday, held a rally, urging the J.O. Combs School District to hold in-person classes, after 109 members of the teaching staff held a "sick-out" rally in opposition of the school reopening.
A GoFundMe fundraiser for Cannon Hinnant, a 5-year old North Carolina boy who was fatally shot while riding his bicycle, has reached over $780,000 in donations.
New Zealand's Jacinda Ardern said Trump's suggestion that her country was seeing a surge in virus cases was "patently wrong."
Twenty-four states across the U.S., including Texas, Georgia and Florida, have seen cases of the novel coronavirus decrease over the past two weeks.
Black Lives Matter protesters in Colorado on Saturday held a rally calling for the firing of Colorado Springs police officer after he commented "kill them all" on Facebook.
The unpaid money was used to cover public safety and police costs related to the president's campaign rallies.
"I'm delighted we didn't lose 100 percent of our jobs despite the extremely long time we were locked down," President Rodrigo Duterte's spokesman said.
Forty-eight percent of Biden supporters said they were very enthusiastic about voting for him, up from 28 percent in March.
"To all of the customers who have [sworn] at us, yelled, laughed in our faces, threatened negative reviews, name-called, belittled and brought us to tears, we are done," a Facebook post said.
In Colorado, multiple wildfires continue to rage, and large smoke clouds have filled the sky, affecting air quality and raising health concerns for sensitive residents.
Less than half of U.S. residents received a flu vaccine in 2019, according to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Director Robert Redfield, which has prompted major concerns for the upcoming fall season, as the novel coronavirus continues to spread throughout the country.
Thirty-one percent of Republican respondents said Pence would be their first choice, while 17 percent said they'd choose the president's son.
President Donald Trump recently suggested that the U.S. is doing a better job at handling the coronavirus pandemic when compared to other countries, but only 15 percent of Americans agree, according to a new poll.
Presidential candidate Kanye West received a net favorability rating of nearly negative 50, which was the same as President Donald Trump's at his lowest point, according to a new poll.
A majority of Americans say that a negative test result for the novel coronavirus should be required before returning back to work or school, according to a new poll.
Thirty-five percent of respondents had a favorable opinion of Harris, compared with 31 percent that had an unfavorable one.
The trooper was captured on camera ripping a mask off of a person who was filming police near the state's Capitol.
The poll, which was conducted by Politico/Morning Consult, found that only 2 percent of Black voters said they would vote for Kanye West if the election were held today.