Proud Boys merchandise displaying the "stand back and stand by" slogan was removed from Amazon on Wednesday afternoon following a viral tweet.
A chaotic first presidential debate has now lead to a changed structure proposed by the presidential debate commission.
A wedding with 300 guests in Queens was shut down, just one day before New York reported its highest single-day positive COVID-19 cases since early June.
In response to the Florida governor lifting coronavirus restrictions on Friday, a number of local officials have urged residents to continue following safety measures.
Students in two residence halls at CSU are under mandatory quarantine orders that limit students from leaving the buildings.
The St. Louis couple were making copies of a holiday card displaying their gun-toting photo, according to the protester, who posted a video of the incident.
According to reports, there are two survivors who have sustained severe injuries, while the search is ongoing for four more passengers.
In a letter to Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari on Friday, museum director Piotr Cywiński said that he can't stay silent after the conviction and sentencing of 13-year-old Omar Farouq's for offensive words said during an argument with a friend.
Pennsylvania, along with three crucial swing states, plans to extend the deadline for receiving mail-in ballots in order to ensure people get their votes in.
An amendment for the City of Norman, the site of the University of Oklahoma, extends the definition of "public setting" to include private homes when there are more than 25 people gathering.
The mayor of Lake Ozark cites the publicity from the infamous Memorial Day pool party as causing the region to see some of its highest tourism numbers on record.
Hankison, one of the officers involved in the fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor, was indicted for wanton endangerment, a Class D felony in Kentucky.
The widow of former GOP nominee Sen. John McCain shared why she will be endorsing Democratic nominee Joe Biden in the upcoming election.
The tribute to Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died Friday, will be established in her native Brooklyn.
Iowa Senator Joni Ernst sent out a fundraising campaign email detailing the Supreme Court vacancy shortly after the passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was announced.
The ACLU of Michigan is calling on the facility to provide free cups to prisoners in order to minimize the spread of the coronavirus.
The Iowa City School District has placed the teacher on leave after the assignment was posted on social media.
The taxidermy display was covered up at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Pittsburgh after concerns were raised.
Hawaii implements a pre-travel testing program that will allow tourists to present a negative COVID-19 test and avoid the 14-day quarantine.
"The Mayor's office and the Metro Public Health Department remain committed as always to providing timely and transparent information that helps inform our local media and all Nashvillians in the fight against COVID-19," the statement said.
Jae H. Choi was indicted on Tuesday for bank fraud, false statements on a loan application, aggravated identity theft and money laundering.
"I think we have a safe way to return to play," Dr. Curt Daniels told the Columbus Dispatch. "I hope that we will find a way to do so."
While national polls show Biden ahead of Trump by 7 percentage points, most polls in major swing states show no clear or definitive winner.
The new fines, which will go into effect this week, are a "step-down" from the previous issuing of a misdemeanor for masks and gatherings violations.
Broward County Public Schools are expected to begin in person on October 5, but teachers are expected to go back in-person or take a leave of absence.
Bob Woodward says that President Trump is "a bulldozer to the [White House] staff and, quite frankly, to the country" in an interview with Washington Post Live on book's release date.
The 70-year-old victim reportedly sustained serious injuries after the violent attack, including broken bones.
North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein urged voters to "follow the law" amidst President Trump's flagged tweet.
It is mandatory in the State of Pennsylvania to wear a face mask in all public settings, including stores.
Toots and the Maytals released their first studio album in over a decade, 'Got To Be Tough,' on August 28.