Washington Examiner, The Boston Herald, and The New York Post have voiced support for President Trump.
Sen. Ted Cruz argued that President Trump's attacks on Hunter Biden won't sway voters.
President Donald Trump said North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese leader Xi Jinping would prefer him to be reelected over Joe Biden, calling them "sharp as a tack."
The Senate Commerce Committee hearing will give lawmakers a chance to confront social media's top executives a week before the election and potentially set the stage for reform of the contentious Section 230 law.
The corporation is purchasing and combining with TD Ameritrade, which means an overlapping of positions that are seeing cuts.
Republican Sen. Susan Collins of Maine chose to vote against Justice Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation on Monday, breaking with her party as she fights a tough reelection battle.
The announcement came just hours after Beijing said it would sanction US firms involved in an earlier arms sales to the democratic self-ruled island.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid are expected to announce coverage for COVID-19 vaccines as early as Tuesday.
California utility company says it's investigating whether its power lines sparked the state's latest blaze.
Microsoft on Tuesday said its profit in the recently ended quarter continued to soar as the pandemic boosted a trend toward business being taken care of in the internet cloud.
The new Facebook capability is designed to let players start games at the social network then switch to downloaded mobile apps without losing any progress.