According to video posted online and witness accounts, police in Graham, N.C., used pepper spray on a march to drive voter turnout. Activists say at least 17 people were arrested.
Most of the country will "fall back" during Sunday's wee hours. Many sleep researchers say daylight saving time does more harm than good.
The presidential campaigns began the final weekend before Election Day by making efforts to drive up needed support in a handful of key states.
Goni is the most powerful storm so far this year. Evacuations were issued as the typhoon was set make landfall on the country's largest island.
Sometimes you want a really good salad, Garten says. But now is not that time. Her new book, Modern Comfort Food, is packed full of recipes for beef stew, chocolate chip cookies and Boston cream pie.
Affordable, quality child care was hard to come by even before the pandemic and now even more so. It's not for a lack of ideas about how to fix it. Is this the moment those ideas are taken seriously?
The surge is particularly acute in the Midwest and Great Plains. Health experts say the increase is being driven in large part by people who don't exhibit any symptoms.
The Oscar-winning film star with the distinctive Scottish brogue eventually outgrew the 007 role to appear in a range of movies in a career that spanned nearly a half-century.
Millions of dollars are flowing into state legislative races. Redistricting and the coronavirus are expected to be top of the policy agenda in 2021 and party control could mean everything.
The executive order strips protections for thousands of federal workers. The administration says it's needed to get rid of "poor performers," but critics call it an attack on nonpolitical employees.
Data show on-time delivery of first-class mail continues to lag, including in many swing states.
President Trump celebrated the mission at a campaign rally in Pennsylvania on Saturday, saying "we got our young man back."
Rules in several key states don't allow election workers to begin processing or counting mail-in ballots until Election Day, so the winners may not be declared for days.
"We were doing an awful job in an awful time," veteran Garett Reppenhagen said in a StoryCorps conversation. "If I shed any joy to anybody on that base that day, then I think it was all worth it."
A five-way kidney swap was a chain of selfless kindness that allowed several people to help their loved ones and others.