President Trump continues his call to open the country amid the pandemic.
It’s going to be a busy week ahead for the Senate. On Saturday, Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced the upper chamber will hold votes on two pieces of legislation.
With barely two-weeks before Election Day, Vice President Mike Pence headed to Pennsylvania to share President Trump’s message to “Make America Great Again.” He visited Reading on Saturday, where he delivered remarks at a rally held at the Reading Regional Airport.
A group of medical experts from around the country known as America’s Frontline Doctors are speaking out against misinformation on the coronavirus. The doctors gathered on the Supreme Court steps in the nation’s capitol Saturday morning to inform Americans not to be afraid of the virus.
Millions of voters have showed up at the polls and sent in their mail-in ballots in what’s being called an “unprecedented” early voting turnout.
Stimulus negotiations heated up this week after the President urged lawmakers to get relief to Americans. Here’s a look at the latest developments.
The governor of New York has threatened to pull state funding from schools and local governments that don’t adhere to lockdown orders.
Defense Secretary Mark Esper recently held a bilateral meeting with his South Korean counterpart at the Pentagon. The officials met on Wednesday to discuss the eventual transition of military command in South Korea from the U.S. to the South Korean government.
President Trump has continued to rally his supporters across the United States, recently meeting with voters in Des Moines, Iowa.