"American who cares about the rule of law should take comfort that the Supreme Court — including all three of President Trump's picks — closed the book on the nonsense," he said.
"It looks like a fella begging for a pardon filed a PR stunt rather than a lawsuit," the Republican lawmaker said.
South Dakota and Minnesota are among the states that reported the highest average daily cases per 100,000 people in the past week.
The false advert calling for people to cause "as much chaos and destruction as possible" in Nebraska went viral earlier this year.
The highest number of current COVID-19 hospitalizations per million recorded to date was 968 in New York in April, according to data from The COVID Tracking Project.
Daniel Stueck allegedly yelled racist slurs at neighbor, who officers said the 41-year-old was blaming for recent thefts.
Roberto Carlos Silva Jr. was arrested for identify theft days before the shooting, which left two Sonic employees dead and two others wounded.
Roberto Carlos Silva, 23, was booked into jail on suspicion of first-degree murder and first-degree arson after the shooting in Bellevue, Nebraska.
South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem continues to resist widespread public calls for increased mitigation protocols—despite skyrocketing COVID-19 cases reported throughout the state.
The nurse noted "I've seen more people sick than I've ever seen in my life. They just drop so fast" in a video message shared on Twitter.
You have to see her questions to really believe them.
Public health experts estimate that more than 200 million Americans would need to contract COVID-19, or be vaccinated, in order to achieve herd immunity.
Minnesota, Iowa, New Jersey and Nebraska have begun reimposing new coronavirus-related restrictions as hospitalizations soar.
The record increase comes as roughly half of all U.S. states report climbing case counts, with the Midwest seeing a particularly significant uptick.
The 83-year-old state senator led opposition to a bill to reinstate a winner-take-all system for presidential electors in Nebraska during a vote in 2016.
Millions of Americans are set to cast their votes against the backdrop of 231,000 people having died from COVID-19.
"I'm having a great time, I can't feel my body, but I don't really need my body, this is about Trump's body," comedian Blaire Erskine joked.
The anti-Trump PAC attacked President Donald Trump after the president's rally-goers were left stranded in freezing temperatures on Tuesday night.
Trump supporters were stuck in the cold after buses did not show up following the president's Omaha rally. Celebrities criticized Trump and his campaign for the people that were stranded in the cold.
Hundreds were left wandering up to four miles in the cold after coaches failed to pick them up from Eppley Airfield.
"So does it help the president to continue to dismiss—to dismiss this virus and say that we're rounding a corner?" Sandra Smith asked.
Events kick off with Trump set to speak at 2 p.m. Central Time in Lansing, Michigan, at the Avflight building near the Capital Region International Airport.
Weekly new cases in the U.S. have been rising since late September, according to data from the World Health Organization.
The Texas Republican described his initial relationship with Trump as "maybe like a lot of women who get married and think they're going to change their spouse."
President Donald Trump called Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse the "least effective" Republican in the Senate and said he presents a "liability to the Republican Party."
The Nebraska senator was responding to a question about why he frequently criticizes President Donald Trump.
Several states in the Midwest of the country, including North and South Dakota, have reported the highest number of infections per capita in the last week.
States such as Florida, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin have been getting all the attention, but the election's ultimate outcome could be decided by smaller prizes.