Mike Pence's chief of staff has tested positive for COVID-19, while there are reports of other members of his staff having been diagnosed.
"Look what he's done from the beginning. Done everything to try to discourage you, saying he's not sure he'll accept the results," Biden said.
"He's got a mask on that's the largest mask I think I've ever seen, so I don't know if you can hear him," President Donald Trump said of a reporter at the White House on Friday as new cases of COVID-19 approached record levels.
Former Vice President Joe Biden accused rival President Donald Trump of having "given up" on fighting the coronavirus pandemic as Biden outlined his own plan if he wins the November 3 election.
President Donald Trump's campaign said it had its biggest one-day digital fundraising haul ever on the day of the final presidential debate with Democratic rival Joe Biden.
No matter who wins this week's presidential debate, Donald Trump's campaign has already spent weeks laying a foundation to explain his performance—however it may be received—by slamming the non-partisan Commission on Presidential Debates as being secretly in the bag for Democratic rival Joe Biden.
Court filings by the ACLU show that 545 migrant children have still not been reunited with their parents.
Trailing Democratic rival Joe Biden in most major national polls, President Donald Trump and his supporters say a different metric—enthusiasm—is all that matters, and they point to massive crowds at his rallies in key swing states as evidence that he'll pull off a win on November 3.
Atlas slammed COVID policies of young people, tweeting a link to an article about its impacts on children. But none of Atlas' criticisms were discussed by the experts in the story.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell cautioned against doing a large package but Trump wasn't worried about having enough support for another round of relief.
In the video posted by President Donald Trump, "60 Minutes" correspondent Lesley Stahl can be seen not wearing a mask in the presence of other masked individuals in the room.
"We all want to get an agreement because people need it...and our economy needs it,"" said the Speaker of the House Tuesday.
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.
"Every time he goes on television there's always a bomb, but there's a bigger bomb if you fire him. This guy's a disaster," Trump said about infectious diseases expert Anthony Fauci.
New cases in 40 states were reported to be on an upward trend in the latest two-week period.
The Speaker of the House said she is "optimistic" about negotiations, noting that "we've been back and forth on all of this."
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi insisted that there does not need to be a "person-to-person between the speaker and the president" for government to function, one year after she and President Donald Trump spoke for the last time in person during a contentious White House meeting.
Larry Kudlow, director of the National Economic Council, said it would be "almost impossible" to execute a "grand, large" relief package before November 3.
"Y'all have a good chance of winning the White House," Republican Senator Lindsey Graham to Democrats on Thursday.
"I hear they have stuff coming out that you wouldn't even believe," Trump told a rowdy crowd in North Carolina.
Negotiations are ongoing to end a stalemate over a further relief package, with both sides keen for such a deal but a bipartisan deal yet to be reached.
Polling indicates that the last party to reject a stimulus offer is often also stuck with the blame.
President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden have set out on decidedly different paths as they trek toward Election Day—now less than three weeks away.
Health care and the uncertain future of a federal law that mandates coverage for preexisting conditions and other protections is again being thrust into the forefront of the nation's political debate with fewer than three weeks left in the presidential campaign.
The White House is doubling down on its push to reopen the economy, now openly embracing a herd immunity strategy at the urging of some health experts.
President Donald Trump is urging the U.S. Senate to expedite the confirmation of Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett and shift its focus to another coronavirus relief package.
President Donald Trump's three oldest children—Donald Trump Jr., Ivanka Trump and Eric Trump—have taken to the campaign trail, holding dozens of events that often draw capacity crowds, trying to rally support for their father as he trails Joe Biden by double digits in the polls.
Stimulus checks have support from both sides of the aisle, but differences on other provisions of an economic relief package have put the new payments in limbo.
Trump's physician Sean P. Conley and the White House have not indicated whether the president has tested negative.
Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin put forward the administration's most generous plan to date, but both sides of the political aisle rejected it within 24 hours.