In Deep Red Oklahoma, GOP Fights to Regain Lost Seat
But Horn won't have the element of surprise in this year's contest against Republican state Sen. Stephanie Bice.
Authorities Investigate Fatal Shooting of Black Teen by Cop
While an officer approached the vehicle, it began moving in reverse. Authorities say the officer feared for his safety and opened fire.
Face to Face: Trump and Biden to Meet for Final Debate
Some Trump advisers are urging him to trade his aggressive demeanor for a lower-key style, hoping Biden will get himself in trouble with verbal gaffes.
Missouri City Removes Disputed Confederate General Marker
They also noted the marker was dedicated in 1933 by a chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, which had strong ties to the Ku Klux Klan.
Groups Sue Over Portland Tear Gas Use
Amid allegations that people’s health and the environment are suffering the consequences, five environmental groups on Tuesday sued the Department of Homeland Security.
San Francisco Police Arrest Man in Assault on Trump Backer
It was not immediately known if Adroa Anderson had a lawyer who could speak on his behalf.
California Will Allow Attendees at Pro Sports
Some teams are done for the year and the home of football's 49ers won't immediately ease restrictions.
Conservative Lawyer Floats Challenging Election Outcome
Kaardal represents the Thomas More Society, which is bringing lawsuits seeking to block municipalities in several states from using the grants.
Miami Police Officer Could be Suspended for Wearing Trump Mask While in Uniform
The mayor added that the officer was in line to vote, and the mask violated police department policy because it promoted a political candidate.
COVID-19 Hospitalizations in Wyoming Hit New Record High
Health officials say the increase in hospitalizations mirror an increase of newly confirmed COVID-19 cases reported across the state