Organizers said more than 116,000 people had pledged to participate in marches or other actions in Washington D.C. and other cities on Saturday.
Midwest Direct, which flew a "Trump 2020" flag at its Cleveland headquarters this summer, was contracted by several counties to print and send ballots.
The social media platform said it would label, instead of block, tweets containing potentially hacked materials unless they're directly shared by hackers.
Tillis, who attended a White House event on Saturday, is at least the second Judiciary Committee member to test positive for the coronavirus.
"'Oh, what about the children that were separated?’ Give me a f**king break,” the first lady said in a secret July 2018 recording.
The White House adviser is reportedly experiencing COVID-19 symptoms. President Trump and the first lady later tested positive.
Louisville, Kentucky, police were told "repeatedly" that no suspicious packages had been received at her address, according to an internal police investigation.
The former "All Things Considered" co-host took aim at NPR as questions were raised about journalist Nina Totenberg's friendship with Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
McCain said that the Democratic presidential nominee is the only candidate in the presidential race who “stands up for our values as a nation.”
There are growing concerns among medical experts that a “perfect storm” of both coronavirus and influenza infections will hit during the U.S. flu season.
The ad uses an image of Biden, captured during an emotional moment as he spoke of the challenges of caring for sick family members, to label him as "weak."
The Democratic presidential nominee mourned the Supreme Court justice's death on Friday. "Ruth Bader Ginsburg stood for all of us," he said.
The agency, which had faced criticism for its earlier guidance, said Friday that everyone who's had close contact with a coronavirus patient should get tested.
The president also said coronavirus cases in the U.S. would be "very low" by Election Day ― which is seven weeks away.