"Don tested positive at the start of the week and has been quarantining out at his cabin since the result," his spokesperson said in a statement.
Managers At A Tyson Pork Plant Placed Bets On How Many Workers Would Get COVID-19, A Lawsuit Alleges
"At least one worker at the facility vomited on the production line and management allowed him to continue working and return to work the next day," the lawsuit alleges.
Despite the rising death toll, simple measures that are effective in reducing the spread of the coronavirus, like wearing a mask, remain politically divisive.
With more than 1.1 million students, New York City has the largest school district in the country.
Trump Fired A Top Election Cybersecurity Official Who Repeatedly Rebuked Baseless Claims Of Voting Fraud
The president's tweet announcing the firing of Christopher Krebs was quickly flagged for, again, spreading voting disinformation.
At Least 17 People Have Tested Positive For COVID-19 After Attending A Wedding With More Than 300 Guests
The wedding violated the county's limit of 30 people, but officials say it's unlikely they'll be able to find all the guests in an effort to limit the outbreak.
Mo3, whose real name was Melvin Noble, ran out of his car when a man carrying a gun started walking toward him on the freeway, police said.
The direction to US attorneys general across the country would break with the DOJ's own policy of not looking into such claims until after an election is certified.
The sudden decision came during the final weeks of Trump's presidency.
"Tears streaming down my face right now."
Trump Was Golfing When He Lost The Election And He Saw People Celebrating On The Way Back To The White House
People had banners, posters, and middle fingers ready to deploy as Trump's motorcade drove past them on the way back to the White House.
Pro-Trump demonstrators chanted to “stop the count” in Michigan, while in Arizona, armed supporters of the president yelled, “Count the votes!”
Some groups said they’re planning to watch the polls but would somehow remain “unseen,” while others said they didn’t want to impede the civic process and would stay home.
The reversal came after the company said they were concerned about looting and unrest.
The "Anonymous” Figure Who Claimed To Be Resisting Trump Actually Defended His Controversial Immigration Policies
“They served as gatekeepers, White House liaisons, executors of policy," one source said of Miles Taylor and his high-ranking DHS colleagues.
The man, identified in local news reports as Walter Wallace Jr., died of his injuries at a nearby hospital, triggering protests.
The killing of a federal officer in Oakland, the shooting of a police station in Minneapolis, and a plot to supply Hamas with weapons weren’t isolated cases, according to a federal indictment.
This Is The Backstory Of The Viral Photo Of A Black Woman Holding Her Son While Waiting In Line To Vote
"This is everything, everything that is going on in America with Black people," she told BuzzFeed News.
A Grand Juror In The Breonna Taylor Case Said They Were Never Asked To Consider Charges Directly Linked To Her Death
"AG Cameron white washed what his office presented to the grand jury," attorneys representing Breonna Taylor's family said. "This failure rests squarely on the shoulders of Daniel Cameron."
A new report finds “Facebook is routinely behind the curve in cracking down on domestic extremists on its platform.”