- U.S.USA TODAY
States are opening back up, but some still require or recommend visitors self-quarantine for two weeks. Find out where.
- U.S.Associated Press
More than 100,000 mail-in ballots were rejected by California election officials during the March presidential primary, according to data obtained by The Associated Press that highlights a glaring gap in the state's effort to ensure every vote is counted. With the coronavirus pandemic raging, California is part of a growing number of states increasing mail-in balloting to avoid crowds at polling places. President Donald Trump is among those questioning the integrity of vote-by-mail elections while supporters say they are just as reliable as polling places and offer greater flexibility for voters.
- U.S.NBC News
Mayor G.T. Bynum on 1921 slaughter of Black residents: "It should not have taken 99 years for us to be doing this investigation."
- TechnologyABC News Videos
Apple advises users not to cover camera on MacBook laptops because it could cause damage to the display; LEGO set to release video gaming system.
- LifestyleCountry Living
After a quarter-century hiatus, the most hardcore SUV ever is officially back. Meet the new beasts in the 2021 Bronco lineup.
Movie star Johnny Depp concluded five days of testimony in his libel case against Britain's Sun newspaper on Monday, saying his ex-wife Amber Heard had thrown a "haymaker" punch at him on the night he found out he had lost $650 million. The court has heard evidence from the paper's lawyer that Depp violently attacked his former wife on at least 14 occasions over three years from 2013, when enraged by jealously and having consumed large amounts of alcohol or drugs. The actor would become, according to Heard, 34, and by his own account, "the monster", the Sun's lawyer Sasha Wass has told the court.
Naya Rivera's Ex-Husband Ryan Dorsey Makes Emotional Visit to Lake Piru as Search for Actress Continues
Naya Rivera has been missing since July 8