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President Trump said he voted Saturday “for a guy named Trump" in his adopted home state of Florida before jetting off to campaign in three battleground states.
British officials are preparing a rescue strategy to save the UK-US free trade deal if Joe Biden wins the American presidency in a little more than a week amid fears talks could be pushed to one side and indefinitely delayed. UK government figures are ready to reach out to...
At the outset of the pandemic, more African Americans in Mississippi were being infected and killed by coronavirus than white people, a disparity that medical experts blamed on racial health disparities. Initially, Black Mississippians made up approximately 60% of the state’s cases and deaths, according to the state...
“I can’t do it this time," one older voter who backed the president's first run in 2016 told NBC News. "I’m just sick of all of his s---."
President Andrzej Duda apologized "to all those who are exposed to quarantine procedures ... If I had had any symptoms, please believe me, all meetings would have been canceled.”
Italy reported another daily record for COVID-19 cases on Saturday as the government planned further restrictions to contain a resurgence of the pandemic, despite a second night of street protests against curfews ordered this week. Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte has said he wants to avoid a repeat of...
Belarus president Alexander Lukashenko, who is facing an opposition threat of a national strike, spoke by phone with U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Saturday, state media reported. Lukashenko, who is holding on to power despite major protests in recent weeks calling for him to resign, is...
Jonathon Endecott walks from his home to school grounds so he could access WiFi for class and "be like a normal kid again," his mother told CNN.
One billboard shows Trump smiling and gesturing to coronavirus death numbers in the U.S. Another features Kushner next to body bags and a quote he reportedly said in March: " are going to suffer and that's their problem."
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is “lying to the American people” about his son Hunter Biden’s foreign business dealings, claimed Representative Elise Stefanik (R., N.Y.) on Saturday.The House Intelligence Committee member's comments came during an appearance on Fox & Friends Weekend, in which she accused the former vice president...