Kirstie Alley said Monday that Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden makes "these constant gaffes that have these actual racist overtones."
"The only candidate whose microphone will be open during these two-minute periods is the candidate who has the floor under the rules," the Commission on Presidential Debates said Monday.
"I don't care Trump doesn't like black people," 50 Cent said while urging his fans to vote for President Donald Trump because of Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden's plans to increase taxes on the wealthy.
"Packing the Court means one very specific thing: expanding the number of justices to achieve a political outcome," Senator Ted Cruz said Monday.
Might seem random, we know, but Trump just answered a question about UFOs while talking to Fox News.
Vice President Mike Pence is setting out on a "very aggressive" travel schedule—hitting seven states in the next six days, as the Trump campaign trails Democratic rival Joe Biden in public polls two weeks out from Election Day.
While Twitter's actions had little impact on the reach of the story, data shows that Facebook's suppression of the article caused it to reach roughly half the readers that major anti Trump scoops did.
The last time a presidential candidate won the Lone Star State was Jimmy Carter in 1976.
The Trump campaign wrote in a letter to the commission that they agreed to a debate focusing on foreign policy and the topics having little to do with the foreign policy were picked to "insulate Biden from his own history."
The photo used in the ad shows retired astronaut Scott Kelly, not Mark Kelly, the Democrat leading McSally in polls.
Jon Ossoff, the Democratic congressional nominee running against Georgia Senator David Perdue, raised more than $1.8 million over the weekend.
After three days of in-person polls being open, about 15 percent more Democrats than Republicans have cast ballots.
Two-thirds of Republicans agree American society punishes men "just for acting like men," a new survey finds.
The race between Trump and Biden has been tight in Florida, with the latter taking a slight advantage over the past month.
Paul Gosar posted a tweet that featured a photo of Joe Biden's son with what appeared to be a "crack pipe" in his mouth.
Florida joins the rest of the nation in breaking mail-in ballot records amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Each candidate has touted the importance of the election, with voters seemingly agreeing upon its magnitude.
Regina Romero said her city has "made too many sacrifices" to allow coronavirus infections to once again surge.
Trump's reelection campaign has long been likened to the Death Star so it seems the "Star Wars" actor is more than happy to compare Biden to the Jedi that destroyed it.
A number of court decisions have determined how the state's voters can cast their ballots in November's election amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Joe Biden appears to be favored over Donald Trump in Arizona, Florida, Michigan, Pennsylvania, North Carolina and Wisconsin—although the margin is close in some of these battleground states.
Ratcliffe said he's tired of "people using the intelligence community to leverage some political narrative."
Kristen Welker of NBC News will moderate the next presidential debate, taking place Thursday in Tennessee.
CNN anchor Jake Tapper was critical of unfounded suggestions that child pornography was found on a laptop purportedly owned by Hunter Biden.
Suspect Kiara R. Dudley is seen wearing a pro-Bernie Sanders sticker in her booking photo.
The upcoming presidential election may have attracted more conspiracy theories than any in recent history.
The state's 29 Electoral College votes may prove crucial in determining the victor of the race to the White House.
The topic of mail-in voting has been a point of focus and controversy throughout the 2020 election season.
The president's supporters called for Joe Biden to be locked up at rallies in Nevada and Florida over the weekend.
A Republican senator last week said, "Kamala? Kamala? Kamala-mala-mala? I don't know. Whatever," during a Trump rally in Macon. His Democratic challenger then raised nearly $2 million over the weekend.