Roberta McCain's daughter-in-law, Cindy McCain, announced her death on Twitter.
"While early voting is going well overall, we are experiencing technical issues at @StateFarmArena that are causing delays in voting at that location," Georgia's Fulton County wrote in a tweet.
"As we choose a candidate, decency, honor and personal integrity matter most...Donald Trump has none of these qualities," wrote Tom Rath in his first public endorsement of a Democrat. "Joe Biden has them all in abundance."
"It was in a situation where people were crowded together without wearing masks, so the data speaks for themselves," Dr. Anthony Fauci told CBS News Radio
"The board of elections and vendor BlueCrest determined that 49,669 voters received an inaccurate ballot," the Franklin County Board of Elections wrote in a press release on Friday.
According to data, that was released on Tableau Public by Peter James Walker, at least 37 cases of the new coronavirus were confirmed within 12 days after Barrett's nomination event on September 26. Newsweek reached out to Walker for comment.
"Trump is not your friend dude and it amazes me that people actually like believe that," Brandon Caserta, one of the men charged with conspiring to kidnap Whitmer, said in a video posted to Twitter by American producer and director Robby Starbuck.
Democratic Senate candidate Harrison asked for Graham to be tested for the coronavirus ahead of their second debate.
In an email sent to Newsweek, Commerce Township Supervisor Dave Scott wrote that two signs were booby-trapped "to intentionally harm someone, and the investigation will proceed."
While speaking about Trump and his COVID-19 infection, Pelosi said, "Tomorrow, by the way, tomorrow, come here tomorrow. We're going to be talking about the 25th Amendment, but not to take attention away from the subject we have now."
Tamblyn brought up Kelly's past comments in response to a tweet that Kelly had written, criticizing Kamala Harris for making faces during the vice presidential debate.
"Now what happens is you get better, that's what happens you get better," Trump said. "Now we have drugs now that we didn't even know about four months ago, like Regeneron."
As of October 7, there have been at least 5,618,155 ballots casted, according to data complied by the U.S. Elections Project, which is run by University of Florida political science professor Michael McDonald.
Graham has served as a South Carolina senator since 2003 but several polls show the incumbent senator tied with Harrison.
The survey has 43 percent of Americans saying they think Harris will perform best during the debate, while 37 percent favor Pence.
"As infectious disease epidemiologists and public health scientists we have grave concerns about the damaging physical and mental health impacts of the prevailing COVID-19 policies," the petition says.
The data, released by Rt.live, looks at the Rt value, which is a key metric in finding out how rapidly the virus is spreading.
The poll, which was conducted by USA Today/ Suffolk University, found both Biden and Trump receiving 45 percent of votes among likely voters in Florida.
Shortly after his tweet, a number of Twitter users responded sharing their experiences with the novel virus, the family and friends they lost, as well as the over 200,000 fatalities caused by the virus.
Instagram user Rylie Lansford shared a video of the incident on her page as well as an explainer as to what happened prior to the fight breaking out.
"When I was standing there...I honestly could imagine, accurately I believe, what a Jewish person felt in the '30s in Germany," Bundy said of being asked to wear a mask.
"Listen to the science. If the scientists say that it's safe, the distances are safe, then I think that's fine. I'll do whatever the experts say is the appropriate thing to do," Biden said to reporters before boarding a plane to campaign in Florida.
Like Barr, Pence attended the nomination ceremony for Amy Coney Barrett, now considered by many a COVID-19 "superspreader" event.
The 4 million acres burned is more than double the previous record, with two months left in the fire season.
According to the Manatee County Sheriff's Office, the man admitted to requesting a mail-in ballot for his deceased wife and told officers that he was "testing the system to see if it worked."
"There is a potential risk that transmission occurred at the Duluth rally and other events associated with President Trump's visit," the department wrote.
"It's been against my moral identity to tweet this for the past four years, but, I hope he dies," Zara Rahim, a former staffer to President Barack Obama, wrote in a since deleted tweet.
The first lady reportedly expressed her frustration about the backlash she faced for the president's policy that led to separating immigrant children from their families.
The poll, which was conducted by Data for Progress, surveyed likely voters in three states from September 23 to September 28 and found three Republican Senators—Martha McSally from Arizona, Joni Ernst from Iowa and Susan Collins from Maine—at risk of losing their seat in the November election.