Wisconsin's former Attorney General breaks down the effort.
Wisconsin's former Attorney General breaks down the effort.
Over a dozen LGBTQ and progressive groups zeroed in on stances taken by the Trump administration as racist, misogynistic and transphobic, and urged both moderator Susan Page and the debate commission to press Pence on his record.
Stipe Lozina punched and stamped on the woman at least 15 times in a suspected Islamophobic attack.
Lee's announcement came within hours of the bombshell news of Republican President Donald Trump's positive test. Lee was one of several prominent people who did not wear masks in a crowd at the White House on Sept. 26 as Trump introduced U.S. Appeals Court Judge Amy Coney Barrett as his Supreme Court nominee. Cassidy, 63, a Louisiana Republican, decided to self-quarantine for 14 days and contact those with whom he may have had contact after testing positive, according to a statement in August.
Mr Biden invoked phrase while criticising Mr Trump on his still unreleased tax returns.
As President Trump has waged a war on the legitimacy of voting by mail, many Democrats have decided to cast their ballots in person.
The woman's death after she was gang raped allegedly by upper-caste men has caused huge anger in India.
Winds grew stronger Thursday in California's wine country, threatening to escalate a massive wildfire that has burned for days and destroyed hundreds of buildings. More fire crews and equipment were deployed in and around Calistoga, a town of 5,000 people known for hot springs, mud baths and wineries in the hills of Napa County about 70 miles (110 kilometers) north of San Francisco. Winds gusting to 30 mph were forecast to push through the hills Thursday night and Friday, according to the National Weather Service.
‘Fox News Sunday’ anchor and presidential debate moderator Chris Wallace says the Cleveland Clinic advised everyone to wear masks.
The reporter has apologized for the “deeply insensitive” remark.
The handful of mistakes made by election officials this year do not represent a deeper problem and are not evidence of cheating, said one of the leading Republican authorities on elections for the past four decades. He added that President Trump’s rhetoric about the election is “perilous.”
Hundreds of migrants began walking Wednesday night from this city in northern Honduras toward the Guatemala border, testing a well-trod migration route now in times of the novel coronavirus. Calls for a new migrant caravan to leave from the San Pedro Sula bus station Oct. 1 have been circulating on social media for weeks. The caravan comes just two weeks after Guatemala reopened its borders after keeping them sealed for months to slow the spread of COVID-19.
More than 30,000 employees are laid off amid deadlock over a new government bailout package.
President Trump, who has now tested positive for the coronavirus, has a history of playing down its risks and scoffing at the need for precautions.
Fuad Adeyemi, an imam in Nigeria's capital Abuja, respects those who believe that a 22-year-old man accused of sharing a blasphemous message on WhatsApp should be punished. On the same day, the court sentenced a 13-year-old boy, Omar Farouq, to 10 years in prison, also for blasphemy. The sentences caused an international outcry and sparked a broader debate in Nigeria about the role of Islamic law in a country roughly evenly split between a predominantly Muslim north and mainly Christian south.
Harold Easter lay collapsed on the floor of an interview room for nearly eight minutes before an officer arrived
Canada is forming its own forensic examination and assessment team to examine evidence and information after Iran’s Revolutionary Guard shot down a Ukrainian jetliner in January, killing all 176 people on board. The office of Foreign Minister François-Philippe Champagne told The Associated Press the team will collect, organize and analyze all available information, evidence and intelligence about the Jan. 8 crash near Tehran, and will advise the Canadian government on its credibility. The route was popular with those traveling onward to Canada.
President Trump's campaign reportedly did not contact the campaign of former Vice President Joe Biden regarding the president testing positive for COVID-19 following Tuesday's debate.Trump confirmed in a tweet early on Friday that both he and first lady Melania Trump had tested positive for COVID-19, which came after Trump and Biden faced off in the first 2020 presidential debate on Tuesday evening. Citing a senior Biden campaign official, CNN reports that "there was no contact from the Trump campaign or the White House to alert the Biden campaign of possible exposure" to COVID-19.PBS News' Yamiche Alcindor also confirmed as much, reporting that no contact took place between the campaigns and that Biden's team found out Trump had tested positive through news reports.> CONFIRMED: There was no contact from the Trump campaign or the White House to alert the Biden campaign of possible exposure. The campaign learned of the situation from the news reports, a Biden campaign aide tells me.> > — Yamiche Alcindor (@Yamiche) October 2, 2020The aide to Biden told CNN that the campaign believes the risk of exposure is low because "we were never near them" at the event, where Trump's camp ignored a mandatory mask rule. Indeed, epidemiologist Dr. Eric Feigl-Ding previously explained that if Trump was infectious at Tuesday's debate, it still "would have been very low risk for Biden given the distance between them." Biden was reportedly expected to be tested for COVID-19 on Friday morning.More stories from theweek.com Chris Wallace says Trump family actually didn't get tested before debate Trump aides reportedly think he'll 'face a harsh judgment from voters' after COVID-19 diagnosis After coronavirus adviser predicts Trump's 'rapid recovery,' Chris Wallace points out he 'has no training in this area at all'
Here we are, at a moment when mutual miscalculations have in some ways put both the U.S. and China on the back foot. But reason can still prevail.
She defends Barron Trump while speaking about the kinship she feels with other former first children
Police said they knocked and announced themselves for a minute or more before bursting into Breonna Taylor’s apartment, but her boyfriend said he did not hear officers identify themselves, according to Kentucky grand jury recordings released Friday. When police came through the door using a battering ram, Taylor’s boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, fired once. The fear and confusion that played out after midnight inside and outside Taylor's Louisville home was detailed in 15 hours of audio recordings made public in a rare release.