Retired U.S. Army Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, a former National Security Council director and impeachment witness, warned that President Donald Trump's efforts to please Russian President Vladimir Putin are a direct threat to American democracy.
"There is a compromise if the speaker [of the House] is willing to move forward," Steven Mnuchin said.
President Donald Trump has been criticized for saying he downplayed the coronavirus crisis earlier this year.
Leading political scientists have dismissed the idea of an illusory Trump landslide victory on 3 November.
Right-wing Rasmussen Reports and Fox News both show Joe Biden as the favored candidate, and all recent national polls show President Donald Trump trailing his opponent.
The president has suggested Democrats do not want a deal as it could boost his chances of a second term in the White House.
The president criticized his Democratic rival for support in Florida from billionaire Michael Bloomberg.
A Republican state senator has said he doesn't believe in the QAnon conspiracy theory despite having the movement's slogan on his car.
The president continues to lead his Democratic rival on the economy in polling, despite trailing significantly on other points.
The former NFL quarterback accused the league of running "propaganda" proclaiming to care about Black lives while it simultaneously undermines fellow free agent Eric Reid for speaking out in support of the Black community.
Democratic Senate candidate Mark Kelly also leads GOP Senator Martha McSally by a significant margin in the southwestern state.
On NBC News' 'Meet the Press' Sunday, Ronna McDaniel responded to reports of Trump playing down the crisis by citing his approach as "calm and steady and methodical."
A larger percentage of U.S. adults say they believe the Democratic presidential candidate has the traits best suited for the job.
Recent polls suggest that Joe Biden already has a narrow advantage over President Donald Trump in the key southern battleground state.
Among independent voters, 65 percent say the Democratic presidential nominee has more respect for the military, while just 35 percent say the same for the president.
23 percent of Americans surveyed said journalist Bob Woodward's revelations had changed their perception of the president.
North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein urged voters to "follow the law" amidst President Trump's flagged tweet.
The New York Times/Siena College poll shows the Democratic contender ahead in Wisconsin, Minnesota, Nevada and New Hampshire.
The rapper's nomination papers for the state missed the deadline by 14 seconds.
Marjorie Greene, a QAnon supporter, won the GOP runoff for the district against opponent John Cowan last month, prompting Trump to call her a "real winner."
"We have been in a challenging period," the GOP senator said. "Regretfully, I can't tell you today we're going to get there."
Georgia Democratic candidate Kevin Van Ausdal cited "personal reasons" for his exit.