The nation's top infectious disease expert remains concerned that large-scale gatherings like President Trump's campaign rallies will lead to more coronavirus outbreaks.
Harris' lawyers argued for his release pending trial for mental health treatment after losing his mother to cancer and getting bullied in high school.
John Blade is accused of using self checkout and not scanning items
Footprints left by a prehistoric mother and her toddler dodging sabre-toothed cats and wolves have been unearthed in the US. The trackway, the longest set of fossil human prints ever found, stretches for almost a mile - and dates back 13,000 years. It tells the remarkable story of the pair's journey as they made their way across treacherous mudflats with hungry giant predators on their tail. An analysis found the woman was moving at a rapid pace - intermittently carrying and putting down a two-year-old child. British and US scientists say the toddler was "tired and probably cranky" and describe the scene as "the stuff of every parent's nightmare."
MARTUNI, Nagorno-Karabakh (AP) — As the fighting between Armenian and Azerbaijani forces rages on in the separatist territory of Nagorno-Karabakh, its residents are joining volunteer squads to defend their towns. The Ovanisyan family and their neighbors were called Wednesday to receive their Kalashnikov rifles to help protect Martuni, a town close to the front line in the eastern part of the region. The recent fighting in Nagorno-Karabakh erupted on Sept. 27 and has since killed hundreds.
White South African farmers and rival Black protesters hurled abuse and threats at each other on Friday ahead of a court hearing in a murder case that has exposed still simmering racial tensions 26 years after the end of apartheid. The killing of Brendan Horner, a white man whose body was found tied to a pole at his farm in Free State province, sparked riots at the start of this month, and prompted President Cyril Ramaphosa to make a statement urging South Africans to "resist attempts... to mobilise communities along racial lines". The farmers, who accuse the government of failing to protect them from violent crime, arrived in pick-up trucks ahead of the court hearing in the central town of Senekal for Horner's two suspected killers.
The NOAA forecasts a mild winter for the East and South, but that may mean drought for the southern half of the USA.
"I never felt better about my campaign than I do right now," Graham claims as he trails his rival in fundraising
The Broward County Sheriff’s office fired two top administrators after a woman who went into labor in her jail cell was not given medical care despite screams of pain.
The president tweeted an article by The Babylon Bee which joked that Twitter shut down its entire network to defend Democratic nominee Joe Biden.
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The CDC put out a central playbook for how to distribute the shots. But how states will address these guidelines is anything but uniform.
Nice looking website you've got there. It'd be a shame if someone DDoS'd it.