A new Pew Research poll quotes a 37-year-old Southerner as saying that former Vice President Joe Biden has their vote "because having Trump as president for another four years will be a disaster for this country."
How long a person can remain immune to COVID-19 after contracting the virus and recovering from it has been the subject of research.
Two internal Democratic polls show Jeff Van Drew slightly behind his Democratic challenger Amy Kennedy in New Jersey's 2nd District.
"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.
"Trump has demonstrated his propensity to weaponize DHS in furtherance of his political ends, which concerns me if the election results do not produce a clear winner," one senior law enforcement official told Newsweek.
The majority of people AARP surveyed also said the payments should be higher.
Employees noticed a large serpent while doing a recent walkthrough of the Odessa store.
A total of 71 percent of respondents said they feared the virus—a statistic which comes as Trump continues to downplay its severity.
The Trump administration and Democratic leaders agreed on another round of direct payments, but their inability to agree on other issues has put the stimulus checks on hold.
It is imperative that Congress act to secure benefits for creators and consumers alike.
Scientists have proposed various estimates for when herd immunity against the novel coronavirus can be reached in a given population.
An Oregon State Police spokesperson said the officers were being moved "back to counties where prosecution of criminal conduct is still a priority."
"Public safety is job one, " said Texas Governor Greg Abbott about the budget cuts, "and Austin has abandoned that duty."
"That's not our game," White House Economic Adviser Larry Kudlow said, "and the president can't accept that kind of deal."
New Zealand health officials are investigating whether a new outbreak of COVID-19, the country's first after more than 100 days, could have been imported through frozen food packaging.
The polls released this week suggest the excitement among American voters for Harris as Biden's pick, who made history as the first Black and South Asian American woman selected as the vice presidential nominee of a major party.
The Normal-type Pokémon is the only option that doesn't already have its Shiny form in "Pokémon Go."
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.
Partisan barbs offered by top lawmakers Thursday amplified just how divided Washington's leaders are over how—or even if—they should further assist the American people in recovering from the pandemic's toll on the U.S. economy.
Although new weekly jobless claims have declined, millions of Americans continue to rely on unemployment benefits.
President Donald Trump said Thursday that Republican senators who "aren't supportive enough" of him will "lose their elections" in November.
Leaders of the U.S, UAE and Israel "spoke today and agreed to the full normalization of relations between Israel and the United Arab Emirates," according to a joint statement by the three nations published Thursday by the White House.
Governor Phil Murphy has also threatened to shut down various bars on the Jersey Shore that have drawn large crowds of young people.
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.
Alphonso Washington, 59, got a room at the Rodeway Inn & Suites in Dania Beach, Florida under a hotel voucher program.
The former vice president was also viewed more favorably than the president in the key election battleground.
More voters said they trust Democrats when it comes to handling jobs, health care and education.
"People in the U.K. have seen the impacts of privatization and want it back into the hands of the public," Senator Bernie Sanders told Newsweek.
"This is someone who's been really strong on environmental issues, on climate, someone who's really strong in energizing a base that feels taken for granted by the Democratic Party," Omar said of Joe Biden's vice presidential pick.