Debates Commission Plans To Cut Off Mics If Trump Or Biden Break RulesThe commission that oversees the general election presidential debates said Wednesday it will be making changes to the format of the remaining two debates.
Kentucky AG Requests More Time To Release Grand Jury Recordings In Breonna Taylor CaseThe grand jury indicted one of the involved officers for firing blindly outside Taylor's home and endangering her neighbors, but no one was charged in her death.
Study Finds Low Risk Of Contracting COVID-19 On Train Or BusThe study from Sam Schwarz Researchers looked at city statistics around the world.
First Debate Descends Into Chaos As Trump And Biden Exchange AttacksThe showdown between President Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden in the first presidential debate Tuesday quickly devolved into interruptions and name-calling as the two candidates went head-to-head on issues including the coronavirus crisis, the economy and the Supreme Court.
Federal Trade Commission: Scammers Sending Fake Texts To Try To Get Personal InformationThe messages could include promises of free prizes or offer help with paying off student loans or information about a package to be delivered to your home.
Defense Attorney Develops Board Game To Teach Players About Interacting With Police OfficersA new board game is teaching players some real-life lessons on how to interact with a police officer.
State Of Emergency Declared In 3 California Counties As Wildfire Scorches Wine CountryCalifornia Governor Gavin Newsom declared a state of emergency in Napa, Sonoma and Shasta counties on Monday night due to two blazes tearing through Northern California.
CBS News: What To Watch For In First Trump-Biden DebateWhen President Trump and Joe Biden meet on stage in Cleveland on Tuesday night, they arrive as two well-known entities.
Strike For Breonna Taylor Aims To Show Essential Role Black Women Play In American EconomyPeople gathered in Zuccotti Park and called for action for the woman who was killed during a botched police raid in Louisville, Kentucky.
CBS News: 7 Takeaways From New York Times Report On President Trump's Tax ReturnsSince entering the White House, Trump has broken with tradition set by his predecessors by not only refusing to release his tax returns but by waging a legal battle to keep them hidden.
Judge Orders Trump Administration To Halt USPS Cuts Ahead Of 2020 ElectionNew York and other states filed a lawsuit against the administration after massive cutbacks cause nationwide service delays.
Report: Trump Paid No Federal Income Taxes In 10 Of Last 15 Years, Only $750 In Both 2016, '17President Donald Trump paid just $750 in federal income taxes the year he ran for president and in his first year in the White House, according to a report Sunday in The New York Times.
Biden: Trump Using Supreme Court Pick As 'Loophole' To Strike Down ObamacareTrump nominated Barrett for the Supreme Court on Saturday, kicking off what is sure to be an intense, partisan confirmation battle in the Senate just weeks before November's election.
President Trump Names Amy Coney Barrett As His Supreme Court NomineePresident Trump announced Judge Amy Coney Barrett as his nominee for the Supreme Court seat left vacant by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death last week, leaving the Republican-controlled Senate little time if they opt to confirm the nominee ahead of Election Day.
Hundreds Sit On Brooklyn Bridge In Protest Of Grand Jury Decision In Breonna Taylor CaseHundreds marched through Brooklyn from the Barclays Center to the Brooklyn Bridge, where they sat defiantly.