"We've been at war for two decades. No one mentioned finding an end to those wars," Army veteran and CEO of Diesel Jack Media/Ranger Up, told Newsweek.
"It might well have been picked up on Biden's microphone, and it still would have disrupted the proceedings in the hall," Wallace said.
Four percent of the likely voters polled told Quinnipiac pollsters they might change their mind before Election Day.
Judge Reggie Walton said the U.S. Department of Justice had "failed to satisfy its burden" with claims that parts of the Mueller report were privileged information.
"It was good to be there. I felt very comfortable," the president said. "I appreciate all the good words."
While speaking with Fox 32 News in Chicago, Zana Shelton, the boy's mother, explained that her son, Cebastian Lewis, suffers from autism and was unable to keep his mask on during a four-hour Spirit Airlines flight from Las Vegas, Nevada, back to Chicago.
Last night's raucous presidential debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden did little to change the minds of voters in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, a county that the president won in 2016 after it went twice for Barack Obama.
"Today, Secretary Mnuchin and I had an extensive conversation and we found areas where we are seeking further clarification," House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said in a statement. "Our conversations will continue."
Although none of the Trump women were seen wearing face coverings during Tuesday's first presidential debate, they are pictured with masks in a photo from the event on Instagram.
The far-right group has jumped on the president's "stand back and stand by" comments in the hours since Tuesday night's debate.
"It was a very excellent opportunity for me to understand the judicial philosophy of Judge Barrett," the Utah Republican said after the meeting.
Voters said that there was nothing wrong with the ballots themselves but that the envelopes they received were printed incorrectly.
"Currently, 15 students have tested positive and 165 are quarantined. These numbers represent 35% of the total enrollment at the middle school," Long Beach School District Superintendent Jay Smith wrote in the letter. "These numbers represent 35% of the total enrollment at the middle school."
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"They fight! They fight! They fight!" the voiceover in The Lincoln Project ad says as apes fight on screen.
This isn't the first time Trump's been pushed to condemn hate groups and in 2016, Scott said any candidate that doesn't immediately condemn a hate group like the KKK doesn't represent the Republican Party.
The dog was brought to a pet store located in a parking complex to try to bring in business, and while the giant pup may have a face that only a mother could love,
Police are now investigating amid concerns the cash could be part of a money laundering operation.
The country star and songwriter who penned hits for Elvis, Dolly, and others, passed away yesterday.
Matthew Rodriguez, 36, is charged with unlawful assault and battery under color of authority after the incident in a McDonald's parking lot in San Jose, California.
"Trump's allegiances couldn't have been any clearer in that debate if his hair were on fire—and it was. #BidenHarris #TeamHuman #GoliathWillFall," Jim Carrey tweeted on Wednesday.
Op-ed writers from media outlets in France, Spain, Italy, China and Russia were shocked by the tone of the debate between President Donald Trump and the Democratic contender, Joe Biden.
"One of my prayers is that the Republicans will take back their party," the House of Representatives speaker said.
Meghan Markle could make bad publicity worse unless she drops her tabloid privacy case following a setback this week, experts tell Newsweek.
"If hearing that this debate is over was music to your ears, you may not be alone," NBC anchor Lester Holt told viewers, adding, "I'm at a bit of a loss for words."
The far-right group known for inciting violence at anti-racism protests across the country celebrated the president's Proud Boys mention during Tuesday's debate on social media.
Former Vice President Joe Biden drew attention to a neo-Nazi rally in Charlottesville in 2017 following the first presidential debate.
An surge of new paid political ads on Facebook attacking Trump's opponent sparked to life on Wednesday after the president clashed with the Democratic candidate during a debate in Ohio.
Entrepreneurs are making the most of the popularity of Biden's standout quote from the first presidential debate.