Key differences among the two presidential candidates in terms of their coronavirus response strategies include the roles of federal and state government, foreign policy and education.
Thousands of people have been displaced after a major fire tore through the Moria refugee camp amid unrest over the handling of a recent coronavirus outbreak.
Johnny Lee Peoples, 67, and his 65-year-old partner Cathy Darlene Peoples spent their last moments together at a hospital in Salisbury, Rowan County, after contracting the killer bug.
Also, at least 1,185 people who responded to the Twin Towers attacks are believed to have tested positive for the virus.
Launching on October 30 worldwide, it comes featuring golden studs while the shield is trimmed featuring Louis Vuitton's monogram print.
An Alabama Public Charter School Commission meeting was flooded with pornographic images and references to Adolf Hitler, moments after a group of elementary students exited the Zoom conference.
By using the vaccine as a political tool, Trump is threatening the trust people have in it, and therefore its very value.
The top infectious disease expert and White House coronavirus task force member said the U.S. is the "worst hit country in the world."
The signatories wrote they have a "moral and an ethical responsibility to call attention to the falsehoods and misrepresentations of science recently fostered" by the White House adviser.
A relief package proposed by Senate GOP leadership failed in the upper chamber, with the prospect of a bipartisan agreement on stimulus fading further.
The president told supporters that the U.S. had done the "best job" of any major country as infections topped 6.3 million.
Figures released this month show that 11.5 million people who lost their jobs from the coronavirus pandemic are still out of work.
"It is inexplicable that the agency waited so long to reach out to this vulnerable population," Congressman Richard Neal wrote.
At least 1,294 staffers at the Smithfield plant tested positive for coronavirus. Four of those employees died from the virus this spring.
It's unclear whether any of the teachers contracted COVID-19 at their schools, but their deaths have renewed fears about possible school outbreaks.
California, Florida and Minnesota are among the states that have started distributing the additional jobless funds provided for by Trump's executive memorandum.
"Everybody has it?" a police officer asks the student, according to body camera footage.
Without federal relief in September, 36 percent of small businesses will have to lay employees off or cut their hours.
The failed endeavor by Republicans represented the partisan gridlock that's persisted for months, with few in Washington confident that an agreement to help the American people will be able to pass until after the election.
A cellphone video showed a police officer kneeling on the teenager's neck.
Social media posts showed a large crowd of people around the pool at the Catalyst apartment complex, not far from the Florida State University campus.
The House speaker said the president was "fully aware of the catastrophic nature" of COVID-19 and "hid the facts."
62 Percent of Americans Worried That Politics Will Pressure Rush Approval of COVID Vaccine, Poll Says
Across different political party affiliations, the poll found 85 percent of Democrats said they were worried politics would influence the development of a vaccine, compared to 35 percent of Republicans and 61 percent of independents.
Americans from both political parties support another round of economic impact payments but differences on Capitol Hill have left the payments in limbo.
The board of commissioners in Michigan's Alcona County said state mandates related to the coronavirus are "over-reaching and oppressive" in a resolution last month.
"N95s are still in a shortage," said Mike Schiller, the American Hospital Association's senior director for supply chains. "It's certainly not anywhere near pre-COVID levels."
Daja Tucker climbed through the window of a drive thru restaurant and assaulted staff who had been handing out free food to emergency workers on duty during the COVID-19 crisis.
The Watergate journalist said Trump "is putting his own narrow presidential re-election efforts in front of the safety, health and well-being of the people of the United States."