According to the statement issued by Karen Brinson Bell, executive director of the North Carolina State Board of Elections, voting twice in the election is a class 1 felony, "with intent to commit a fraud to register or vote at more than one precinct or more than one time...in the same primary or election."
According to a press release from the Miami-Dade School Police, the student admitted to "orchestrating eight Disruptive Denial-of-Service cyber attacks, designed to overwhelm the district networks."
RealClearPolitics has continued to average several nationally conducted polls to show the margin between the two candidates.
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The Texas Medical Center in Houston, which encompasses over two miles of medical and research facilities, reported 271 COVID-19 positive patients currently occupying ICU beds, an additional 1,334 beds are being used by patients with other illnesses.
The Miami-Dade County school district was hit by second cyberattack on Wednesday, the school's third day of virtual learning.
The former bodyguard of then–North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong Il, says he fears for his life if he is deported to South Korea, after being denied asylum in Canada.
More registered voters trust Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden than President Donald Trump to handle public safety issues, according to a new poll.
There were 56 percent fewer international tourists from January to May compared to a year ago, reports the U.N. World Tourism Organization.
The incident occurred in in Glacier National Park in Montana.
Nearly half of the University of South Carolina's Greek houses were recently placed under quarantine after being exposed to the new coronavirus.
In Texas, an anonymous letter warned residents of merciless shootings if those from Chinese and Indian descent didn't return to their country.
The global average of adults saying they'd get vaccinated was 74 percent, versus 67 percent in the U.S.
The legal threat from the social networking giant came in response to a proposed law in Australia that would force the platform to pay media organizations for sharing journalistic content.
A Florida administrative law judge recommended the Miami-Dade County School Board reinstate a teacher who was suspended for spanking his son in another teacher's classroom.
The protests have been ongoing for three months in the city.
Wildfires continue to rage across California, burning thousands of acres and damaging numerous homes and buildings.
More active duty service members say they plan on voting for Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden than President Donald Trump, according to a new poll.
The GiveSendGo.com campaign has received more than 6,000 donations for the shooting suspect, who is accused of killing two people during the protests in Wisconsin.
U.S. armed forces veterans took to Twitter on Friday, to share their experiences in combat and the values they learned, while criticizing President Donald Trump, using the hashtag #VetsAgainstTrump.
An off-duty security guard was shot on Friday morning at a Wawa convenience store in Philadelphia, after an argument broke out over the store's social distancing policies, according to police.
Georgia State Rep. and civil rights activist Vernon Jones was accosted by Black Lives Matter protesters on Thursday, in Washington, D.C., while walking to his hotel after attending the Republican National Convention at the White House.
The Category 4 storm left six six fatalities, extensive destruction and thousands without power after striking Louisiana and parts of Texas.
Four different law enforcement groups, on Thursday, sent a letter to Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers, asking him to avoid speaking on the recent police shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, "until the facts" are known.
In 1959, Minneapolis Lakers forward Elgin Baylor staged the first boycott of an NBA game over racial injustice experienced during a trip to Charleston, West Virginia with his team.
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Louisiana officials on Wednesday, issued a warning to those not evacuating for Hurricane Laura, telling them to put their next of kin in a Ziploc bag.
The increase in cases among children comes as states across the U.S. wrestle with schools reopening.
The Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department in Washington was recently sued by a family from Lakewood, over a directive that requires all public and private schools in the county to begin the year with online learning.
In comparison, 21 percent said they oppose the postponement of the season, with 12 percent saying they somewhat oppose and 9 percent saying they strongly oppose.