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President Donald Trump says his administration plans to sue Nevada after the state's lawmakers passed a bill to mail active voters ballots ahead of the November election amid the coronavirus pandemic.
President Donald Trump has dismissed reports of a NY prosecutor's attempts to get his tax returns, saying it is a continuation of the "witch hunt" against him.
Tropical Storm Isaias is expected to move into the Carolinas as a hurricane late Monday or early Tuesday with heavy rain and wind and a storm surge of up to 5 feet.
Here are the top stories for Monday, August 3rd: NYC prosecutor explains subpoena justication in Trump tax case; Federal judge calls for more pirvacy after shooting; Tropical Storm Isaias threatens Carolinas; California wildfire continues to burn.
In North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, tourists and locals plan to hunker down for Isaias, which is expected hit land later Monday as a minimal hurricane. But many aren’t letting the storm get in the way of their summer plans.
North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper urged residents to take the storm seriously as it increases in intensity and heads toward the state. Isaias is forecast to regain hurricane strength and strike land in coming hours in the Carolinas.
After a three-year halt due to financial problems, work resumed Monday on a Greek Orthodox church being built to replace one destroyed in the attack on the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001.
President Donald Trump says he has fired the chair of the Tennessee Valley Authority, criticizing the federal-owned corporation for hiring foreign workers. Trump also threatened to remove other board members if they hired foreign labor.
President Donald Trump sets a deadline for September 15th for Tik Tok, popular Chinese-owned video app , to be sold to a U.S. company or he will shut it down.
Boutique gym owners are asking to see scientific evidence for keeping their doors closed amid the coronavirus pandemic. Some owners say they can operate safely indoors with COVID safety protocols, like wearing masks and social distancing.
Putting your child on the bus for the first day of school is always a leap of faith for a parent. Now, on top of the usual worries about youngsters adjusting to new teachers and classmates, there's COVID-19.
Florida has more than 490,000 coronavirus cases and around 7,200 related deaths. The state's seven-day average of daily reported deaths was 176, second to Texas in total numbers for the summer resurgence of the pandemic in the Sunbelt states.
Business was growing so strongly at the Montclair Social Club that the owner was constructing an event space in addition to the restaurant. The pandemic shut down those dreams.
Evacuation orders remained in place early Monday for thousands of people after a wildfire in mountains east of Los Angeles exploded in size and forced crews to battle flames in triple-digit heat.
Grammy-winning country duo Dan + Shay released their first new music in 2020, a single they recorded by themselves at home. “I Should Probably Go To Bed” came after their tour abruptly was cut short in March due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Director of the Hayward Gallery Ralph Rugoff talks about how the space is socially distancing friendly, and describes the latest exhibition 'Among the Trees' as a good alternative to leaving the city.
Wilford Brimley, 'Cocoon' and 'Natural' actor, dies at 85; Tamar Braxton pays tribute to boyfriend for 'saving my life'; Bollywood star Amitabh Bachchan recovers from coronavirus.
Crews east of Los Angeles are struggling to contain the "Apple Fire." By Sunday evening, according to the state firefighting agency Cal Fire, the Apple Fire had burned more than 20,500 acres in Riverside County. It was 5% contained.
Here's the latest for Monday August 3rd: More negotiations over coronavirus relief package; Prison attacked in eastern Afghanistan; Tropical Storm Isaias moving north; Wildfire spreading east of Los Angeles.
Joe Biden is facing increased pressure to tap a woman of color as his running mate in the wake of America's reckoning with racism. He says he'll have his pick this month.
Cobb County, Georgia has recently transformed: from a once reliably Republican suburb to a place where more Black women are demonstrating their political power. For many, this election – amid the pandemic and nationwide protests – is do or die.