President Donald Trump announced Friday that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention were issuing voluntary guidance that all Americans wear a face covering when in public, before adding "I don't think I'll be doing it."
Other states, including Alabama and Georgia, have only issued the stay at home orders in major cities.
Trump reauthorized funding to help states clear the backlog of more than 100,000 rape kits across the country, despite previous GOP opposition to part of the allocation.
The "fatness" of each state has been revealed in a report compiled by WalletHub, using data from various government and academic sources.
Omar noted that Americans are still being jailed under harsh anti-drug laws, even though several states have already legalised recreational marijuana use.
Republican strategists told The New York Times that they wish Trump would stop his attacks on Joe Biden, arguing that it only elevates the presidential candidate.
Sanders told Iowans Saturday he believed convicted felons should be allowed to vote while incarcerated because "they're still living in American society."
Former Republican Maine Governor Paul LePage warned Americans that white people will no longer have a say in presidential elections should states eliminate the electoral college.
Asked about reports that she was opposed to the legalization of marijuana, Kamala Harris joked: "Half my family is from Jamaica. Are you kidding me?"
Chinese defense company Norinco has reportedly tested the country's own version of the "Mother of All Bombs," known as much for its raw power as its psychological effect.
It is currently unknown when and how the practice of tracking migrants with branded numbers started, according to Yahoo News.
Michigan, Missouri, North Dakota and Utah may soon join 30 other states in the U.S. in adopting some form of legalized weed through ballot-reform measures.
Ten years after the subprime mortgage disaster, this is how much the average house is worth in every state.
The signs, which said "It's okay to be white," also appeared along a neighborhood street in Fort Worth, Texas.
As of Monday, voters in 48 states and Washington D.C. can still register to vote in the midterm elections, but the deadlines are quickly approaching.
From North Dakota to Wyoming, these are the states that pay the most for workers without degrees.
Voters are more confident than they've been in years that the country is safer than it was before 9/11, a new poll indicates.
An analysis of Google search trends determined which states have the most "grateful" grandkids.