As many as 30% of Iowa voters could be affected by polling place closures, according to a new analysis by NPR, the Center for Public Integrity and Stateline.
The name of the young ISIS fighter was not revealed in U.S. court proceedings and the records are sealed. NPR has identified the fighter with the help of Iraqi officials and the teenager's family.
An alert warns hospitals and health care providers that there is "credible information of an increased and imminent cybercrime threat."
If no clear winner emerges on election night, experts in global conflict warn that protesters and counterprotesters could clash in the streets, making conditions ripe for potential violence.
Mayor Jim Kenney ordered the curfew amid unrest after the fatal police shooting of the 27-year-old Black man. The city's police commissioner says bodycam footage will be released "in the near future."
President Trump promised to end America's opioid crisis. On his watch overdose deaths flattened in 2018 then surged again to record levels.
"This moment is among the most difficult in our more than 100-year history," CEO Dave Calhoun said. Most of the layoffs will be in Washington state, where Boeing designs and builds many aircraft.
It's one type of business offering a frighteningly good time, with trick-or-treating discouraged and haunted houses seeming even scarier than other years because of COVID-19.
President Trump is appealing to suburban voters by promising they won't have to live near affordable housing. But 50 years after the Fair Housing Act, the truth is housing remains deeply segregated.
Miles Taylor defended his decision to criticize the president anonymously, saying it forced Trump to address the merits of the claims "rather than creating distractions through petty insults."
The shooting death of Walter Wallace by Philadelphia police and the subsequent demonstrations against police brutality saw both major party candidates condemn looting and violent protests.
Illinois is experiencing an upsurge in cases, leading the governor to close indoor dining and bar service in some places in the state. But local leaders are not backing the new guidelines.
Democratic candidates have outraised Republicans in nearly every competitive congressional race in 2020, giving the party a financial edge in the homestretch.
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg, Twitter's Jack Dorsey and Google's Sundar Pichai go before the Senate Commerce Committee to defend Section 230, a law that protects them from lawsuits over users' posts.
The Latino vote will be key across the country, especially in tight races in places such as Arizona and Florida. About one quarter of Latinos, mostly men, steadily support the president, polls show.