On Thursday, a Travis County District Judge issued an injunction blocking the governor from only allowing each county in Texas to have one drop-off location for mail-in ballots.
The latest NPR/PBS Newshour/Marist poll found that Biden leads Trump in the survey among white voters 51 to 47 percent.
The floating billboard displays the message in English, Spanish, and Haitian Creole just hours before his public Q&A is set to begin in the oceanside city.
Caroline Giuliani called on voters to help end Trump "reign of terror" by voting for Joe Biden in the upcoming election.
Joe Biden was turned into the Swamp Thing on a billboard that was hijacked by secret conservative group in Hollywood.
Three of these states—Montana, New Mexico and South Dakota—saw their case counts rise by over 50 percent.
Nearly half of the registered voters polled said Sen. McSally has been "too supportive" of President Donald Trump.
"I hear they have stuff coming out that you wouldn't even believe," Trump told a rowdy crowd in North Carolina.
Stephanopoulous, 59, leads breaking news and major special events coverage for ABC, a position he's held since 2014.
The event will be moderated by Today co-host Savannah Guthrie, who will direct a conversation between Trump and Florida voters.
ABC News is hosting the town hall event, which is scheduled to begin at 8 p.m. ET.
Joe Biden's campaign manager reported more than 1 million new donors contributed to the Democratic nominee's election efforts last month.
The speaker of the Russian Federation Council said she wished the winner of the U.S. election would "realize the importance of restoring and improving ties."
The TV host referenced his firing from "The Tonight Show" in a tweet about the network's controversial decision to host Trump's town hall.
April Reign detailed issues with Ice Cube working with the Trump Campaign in a Twitter thread on Wednesday.
Trump was a huge factor for why participants said their families are doing better or worse than four years ago.
The emails and photos included in the report came from a Trump-supporting computer store owner in Delaware via Rudy Giuliani.
"The timing of the Trump town hall by @NBCNews is just so desperate and disgraceful. Don't you have ANY integrity at all? Have you learned nothing? It's pathetic," "Parks & Recreation" alum Billy Eichner tweeted.
The billionaire entrepreneur enthusiastically tweeted a photo of his basketball arena-turned-voting site this morning.
Hunter Biden's name made headlines again after the New York Post recently published an article that appeared to show emails between him and Vadym Pozharskyi, an adviser to the board at Ukrainian energy firm Burisma Holdings.
Amid the Republican's re-election fight, his limelight on a powerful panel is a double-edged sword: The Trump confidant gets free and uninterrupted airtime. However, some of that attention has provided his Democratic opponent with ammunition to use against him.
Days earlier, Trump called for Attorney General Bill Barr to indict Biden.
During the one-hour televised event in Miami, the Today show co-host will lead a conversation between the president and a group of Florida voters.
"Turn out #Trump aides gave #WallStreet a heads up on how serious the virus was going to be, so they could profit by 'shorting everything,'" Midler tweeted on Thursday.
Billy Eichner, Shakina, and more all knocked NBC's decision to hold the town hall. A group of other celebrities sent a letter to three executives asking to change the town hall.
"Unfortunately you know exactly what you're doing. So does your team, who all hate Trump, and will do all they can to take him down," tweeted Dan Scavino, the White House deputy chief of staff for communications.
The president made the comments amid an ongoing stalemate in negotiations aimed at reaching a bipartisan agreement on a relief package.
"I always believed the department's past leaders were dedicated to the rule of law and the guiding principle that justice is blind," wrote Phillip Halpern, former assistant U.S. attorney, in a new op-ed. "That is a bygone era, but it should not be forgotten."
Trump announced on Thursday that he's "ready to sign" and criticized House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for the two sides failing to reach an agreement on the next stimulus package.