Donald Trump and Joe Biden are in a close battle for a key battleground state.
U.S. stocks plunged Friday as tech giants reported quarterly results that offered tepid outlooks for 2021, a spike in coronavirus cases and amid a tense political climate.
Two deals with foreign governments and computerized trading were two big reasons for the market meltdown of Oct. 19, 1987.
A letter from 765 economists warned against President Trump, offering 15 bullet points that rejected his administration.
Mike Pence and Kamala Harris got into a heated debate over trade.
A health ministry spokeswoman said 2,685 people tested positive in the past 24 hours, marking the highest single-day number since July 8.
In North Carolina, Biden leads Trump, 48%-44%. In Georgia, Biden has a slim edge of 46%-45%.
Crew Dragon astronauts Douglas Hurley and Robert Behnken returned to Earth on Sunday in a splashdown in the Gulf of Mexico after a 64-day test flight.
The White House Chief of Staff would not directly answer a question as to whether Trump asked him or anyone else in the administration to delay the election.
Appearing on Fox News' "Sunday Morning Features," Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said "Trump has said 'enough' and we are going to fix it" and that Trump would make an announcement “shortly.”
The tropical storm is expected to wreak havoc on Florida's east coast with sustained winds of 65 mph and gusts of 75 mph.
Appearing on CNN's "State of the Union," White House coronavirus response coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx said the coronavirus "is extraordinarily widespread. It's into the rural as equal urban areas."
India has seen infections surge, with more than 48,000 cases recorded over 24 hours.
The hearing involves the extended investigation into the competition between the biggest names in tech.
Under Armour claimed UCLA did not provide unspecified marketing benefits in the 15-year, $280-million deal signed in May 2016.
There could be big names coming and going from Old Trafford.
Ahead of Tuesday's primary, Democrat Stephen N. Smith has garnered national attention for running an inspired gubernatorial campaign.
A top name in the fight against climate change has joined a growing environmental firm.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom expressed positive comments about the COVID-19 response from some of the top companies in Silicon Valley.
Among the signees include Philadelphia Phillies part-owner William Buck, Salesforce’s Peter Schwartz, Ben Cohen from Ben & Jerry’s and Wells Fargo former VP Judy Nagel.