The reduced congressional schedule means Biden, if he wins, could avoid a lengthy bureaucratic process.
The pandemic has only exacerbated the rift.
Hacktivism is back amid protests over George Floyds death.
Its all about tamping down smaller outbreaks around the nation.
The president is scapegoating the usual subjects: the press, Democrats and now antifa.
About two-thirds worry about the potential for a second wave of coronavirus infections.
The question is no longer whether he will break 20,000, but can he hit 25,000?
He has to meet the moment, one African American pollster said.
The Minnesota senator and potential vice presidential pick for Joe Biden addressed her record, lessons she's learned and what she thinks has to happen next.
The president, in consultation with some aides, decided not to give a speech Sunday about the violent protests over what many see as systemic racial injustice by law enforcement.
In this edition: Why the fires different this time, what the Libertarian Party has to say about the riots and the virus, and a new poll that shows why the president is an underdog.
In increasingly urgent terms, demonstrators called for an end to violence against black Americans.
Facing in the virus an enemy he could not tweet into submission, the president was desperate to change the subject, from pressing bogus conspiracy theories to inflaming tensions over the death of George Floyd.
In cities across America, police wielded batons and fired rubber bullets at crowds.
The pandemic, the economic collapse, the killing of George Floyd and the cities aflame all are battering the country with pain and destruction.
Willful or not, his assessment of the moment is miles from his opponents'.
Both candidates receive mixed reviews from Americans. Trump backers more enthusiastic than Biden supporters.
Since Floyds death Monday, protests have popped up in dozens of cities across the country to call for an end to police officers killing people of color and an end to the nations racial inequities.
His speech struck a different tone from his tweets.
One answer: on the streets of Atlanta, where a police chief meets protesters, vows reform and tells an angry crowd, Im with you.
In pivotal role, Chief Justice John Roberts lays out what is acceptable for governments.
The Fixs Amber Phillips breaks down how President Trump has tried to shift the focus away from the coronavirus pandemic as the 2020 campaign heats up.
City officials say police did not fire during the protest Thursday night and that the shots came from within the crowd.
Trump also abdicated the traditional role of an American president abroad on Friday by announcing he was terminating U.S. membership in the World Health Organization.
Robert R. Redfield says diagnostic testing would have made little difference, describing it like looking for a needle in a haystack.
Trumps suggestion that authorities would be justified in shooting protesters in Minneapolis seemed antithetical to his condemnation of Bejiings crackdown in Hong Kong.
Party officials said they plan to take safety measures to ensure the health of the president and attendees.
Appeals court said he had not shown that officials were indifferent to the threat.
He cited two shootings to prove that looting led to violence, but one of his examples occurred in a city where no looting took place.
Before greenlighting the event, North Carolinas top health official said Republicans must explain how they will keep participants safe.
The former vice president spoke solemnly about the need for every American to confront the systematic racism that has resulted in the deaths and mistreatment of African Americans for centuries.
Polling shows that the presidents normal tweets are received much more positively.
The emergency petitions were filed by religious organizations in California and Illinois.
Cruz suggested that social media companies forfeit protections when they are no longer
eutral. But the law has no such requirement.
Republicans have seized on accounts of what appeared to be unattended or discarded ballots as proof that mailing ballots to all voters opens the door to massive election fraud.
The president revealed his real concern about mail-in voting: Hes worried Republicans will lose more elections.
Nixon won amid the turmoil of 1968, and this crisis could rebound to the presidents benefit.
Trump can't get black voters to see him as an ally when his base wants him to have an iron fist.
Many GOP lawmakers took a pro-mask stand this week.
Twitter is a private company that can regulate its content how it wishes
Tom Frieden, former Centers for Disease Control director, doesnt blame the professionals at the center but says theres been a lack of leadership.
The former vice president has pledged to select a woman. Activists say the times demand a woman of color.
The veteran of many presidential campaigns will help the group of GOP operatives with anti-Trump ads.
President Trump has threatened to pull the convention from Charlotte if Republicans are not allowed to hold a traditional gathering of thousands.
The Latina senator said she wanted to focus on Nevadas struggling economy.
The guidelines are watered down despite evidence that singing may spread the virus.
The testimony from VA Secretary Robert Wilkie came as the White House said President Trump would take the antimalarial drug again if he thought he was exposed to the coronavirus.
In this edition: Why Biden thrives in Trumpian chaos, what new looks at the Sanders campaign say about the left, and what an ad war in New Mexico says about Republican primaries.
A review of voter files suggests that the electoral vote might have been much closer.
Support for protests for freedom from conservatives seems to exclude those critical of police brutality.