A New York judge ordered the U.S. Postal Service to prioritize election mail Monday and to approve overtime for postal workers.
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Foot Locker, in partnership with Rock the Vote, will turn more than 2,000 corporate-owned stores across the country into voter registration sites starting on Tuesday.
A World War II Marine veteran from Chesapeake, Virginia, celebrated his 96th birthday on Saturday with a car parade.
Police have arrested two suspects in connection with a suspicious police cruiser fire in West Philadelphia early Sunday.
Police arrested nearly 90 protesters at an Abolish ICE demonstration Saturday in New York City's Times Square near the New York Police Department's headquarters, police said.
Sen. Lisa Murkowski, Before Ginsburg's Death, Said She Wouldn't Vote for SCOTUS Nominee Until After Election
Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) said this week before Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death on Friday that she would not vote for a Supreme Court nominee until after the 2020 election.
An anonymous donor pledged to match $150,000 in American Red Cross wildfire relief on the west coast after watching a story on television about a Minnesota resident preparing to fill her disaster relief truck to provide food for those impacted by the fires in Oregon.
A Georgia man says he owes his life to the persistent barking of his neighbor's dog.
Hundreds in Chicago gathered for a "Back the Blue" rally to support the police on Wednesday evening.
A Maine church community came together to replace a church volunteer's stolen tools after he was in the middle of working on a project for the church.
A Massachusetts man installed an electric fence around the Trump 2020 sign in his front yard to keep potential thieves from stealing it.
One of the accused rioters in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, who is being held on $1 million bond, is a Kappa Delta sorority sister and an "ally" of a black rights group at the college she attends.
Domino's Pizza donated $110 million to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, making it the largest donation the hospital has seen in its history.
A Pennsylvania judge set the bail at $1 million each for several protesters who were allegedly rioting in the wake of the police shooting of a knife-wielding man from Lancaster.
An Oregon woman forced a suspected arsonist to the ground at gunpoint after she allegedly noticed the suspect had matches in his hands, according to a video.
The magazine Scientific American backed 2020 Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden in its first-ever presidential endorsement in the magazine's 175-year history.
Voters who have experienced violent anti-police protests in their community are more likely to vote for President Donald Trump in the election, according to a recent poll.
Five Connecticut residents became ill with infections caused by a "flesh-eating bacteria" in the Long Island Sound over the summer, health officials said.
A 94-year-old World War II veteran received the Bronze Star Medal for his service in the Army at the California state capitol on Sunday.
Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden is expanding his staff by 13 members in Texas, a historically red state where Republican candidates often have an advantage.
The Florida beaches may soon become a bit safer to swim in thanks to a 13-year-old's ingenuity to make a device that would prevent drowning.
America's oldest World War II veteran received a military flyover for his 111th birthday on Saturday as the coronavirus changed plans for a more traditional birthday celebration.
Former Democrat Florida gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum opened up in an interview with Tamron Hall scheduled to air next week about the South Beach hotel incident that derailed his political career.
Police arrested five people in Arizona following a months-long operation to combat child exploitation and sex trafficking, including a former detective out on bond for another arrest on the same charges.
San Francisco will allow nail and hair salons, along with hotels and gyms, to reopen indoors with limited capacity on Monday, nearly six months after coronavirus shelter-in-place orders closed the businesses.
The wealthy young college student from New York City accused of rioting in Lower Manhattan allegedly revealed plans to take over luxury apartments abandoned by "white flight," and defend them from other people taking over by tossing bricks off the rooftops.
Thousands of runners who would have completed the Boston Marathon, which was canceled because of the coronavirus, ran the 26.2-mile race virtually this week.
A man whose kayak capsized in 30 feet of water in Lake George, New York, held on to his kayak for dear life until he got rescued by a group of priests on a floating tiki bar.
An eight-year-old Idaho girl battling cancer has received more than 2,000 birthday cards from all 50 U.S. states and around the world.
A 17-year-old cheerleader with Down Syndrome will be featured on a billboard in New York City's Times Square this Saturday.
Two churches in Mobile, Alabama, set up a safe virtual learning space for school-aged children so working parents do not have to choose between providing for their families and staying home with their kids during virtual classes.
Two Delaware women accused of stealing a seven-year old's "Make America Great Again" (MAGA) hat outside the Democratic National Convention have been charged Tuesday with second-degree robbery and felony hate crimes.
Hundreds of people across the country held "Back the Blue" rallies over Labor Day weekend to show their support for law enforcement.
A New Jersey man has San Diego on his mind a lot, so much so that he views a webcam of Ocean Beach every morning to watch the two homeless men clean up the beach for free.
The founder of Jelly Belly jelly beans, David Klein, says he is getting together a series of "treasure hunts" for golden tickets across the country, giving away cash prizes, and a grand prize of a ticket to one of his candy factories as Klein prepares for retirement.
A San Francisco hair salon owner who feuded with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) thanked supporters for their generosity and for helping her raise $300,000 through a crowdfunding effort.
San Francisco Mayor London Breed (D) criticized several "reckless" beachgoers for celebrating Burning Man in her city after the coronavirus pandemic forced the cancellation of the actual festival in Nevada.
A five-year-old Merrick, New York, girl, with help from some first responders and animal control, rescued a swan from a storm drain, according to ABC7NY.
A dramatic video has surfaced of California police officers trying to break up a domestic dispute while saving people from an apartment fire.
A banner mocking Democrat New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo flew over several of New York's most popular beaches Labor Day weekend.
A wealthy college student from New York City was one of the eight rioters accused of smashing windows and spraying graffiti in downtown Manhattan on Friday.
Eight people were arrested on Friday when a group of 150 rioters smashed windows and vandalized the storefronts of lower Manhattan banks and chain stores in New York City, police said.
A federal judge in Detroit has ordered the city's police not to use batons, tear gas, shields, chokeholds, rubber bullets, sound cannons, or any other type of non-lethal force against protesters for the next two weeks.
A New Jersey boat parade supporting President Donald Trump, police officers, and veterans is trying to break a world record on Saturday.
Orange County, California, is offering voters the option to submit a drive-thru ballot this November election season to stem the spread of the coronavirus.
A man has founded a vehicle parade called the "Birthday Brigade" in his Virginia community designed to help kids of all ages celebrate their birthdays during the coronavirus pandemic.
A shocking tweet has been circulating the Internet showing a woman allegedly crouched down while performing a sex act on a man in the middle of a New York City street.
A group of teens joined professional Chicago athletes to transform an old liquor store into a fresh food market on Chicago's West Side.
A homeless woman who has battled drug abuse, addiction, and abandonment successfully applied for a job at a Tennessee Kroger after sleeping in the store's parking lot.
Riot Declared Outside Portland Mayor's Apartment Building: 'This No Longer Has Anything to Do with Black Lives Matter'
Portland Police declared a riot outside the high-rise apartment building where Democrat Mayor Ted Wheeler lives, making 19 arrests Monday night.
Police in Peru arrested clowns attending the funeral of a colleague who died from the coronavirus in an increased effort to enforce lockdown restrictions and slow the spread of the disease.
An online community on Facebook came together to help a Washington family's young dog get treated for a broken leg.
New York City's public schools will not reopen until September 21, under a deal Democrat Mayor Bill de Blasio struck with the teachers' unions at the last minute, officials said.
A dangerous social media challenge on TikTok has resulted in the tragic death of an Oklahoma teenager by overdose.
An American Airlines pilot reported seeing a mystery person flying on a jetpack near aircraft on the runway at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) Sunday evening.
A Massachusetts community is supporting a couple after they were sent a nasty note shaming them for not painting their house.
A three-year-old girl was catapulted up to 100 feet in the sky after getting caught in a giant kite at a festival in Taiwan, according to a video.
The FBI has arrested two Florida women for allegedly sex trafficking two 15-year-old girls.
Rep. Jim Banks (R-IN) introduced legislation on Friday that would make people who were arrested for rioting ineligible for federal benefits.
A suspect knocked a woman to the ground on a New York City subway platform in an alleged rape attempt in broad daylight on Saturday.
An anonymous tipster led the police to rescue nearly 80 sick cats from a home in Missouri and arrest two suspects on animal abuse charges.
A Wisconsin woman upset by the violence in Kenosha launched a recall effort on Friday against Democrat Gov. Tony Evers.
A community in San Jose, California, is helping out a special education teacher who lost his fiancee in April and lost his home to the California wildfires.
Many in the mainstream media were gawking on Twitter Thursday night about those not wearing masks at the Republican National Convention (RNC) on the White House's South Lawn.
Rep. Jeff Van Drew (R-NJ) told the Republican National Convention Thursday night that the party he once knew turned from "liberal to radical" after seeing members of the far-left "Squad" take charge of the Democratic Party.
A man allegedly attacked a woman wearing a Make America Great Again (MAGA) hat at a Back the Blue rally in Oregon.
A judge denied a request to end the probation early of a former student convicted of making false rape claims against two former Sacred Heart University football players.
Hundreds of former aides to former President George W. Bush and the late Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) announced Thursday that they are endorsing Democrat Joe Biden for president.
Dozens of downtown Minneapolis businesses have been looted and destroyed by several rioters after a rumor surfaced that the police killed a man on Nicollet Mall.
Civil rights leader Clarence Henderson spoke at the Republican National Convention Wednesday, saying, "If you do vote for Biden, you don't know history."
Counselor to the president, Kellyanne Conway, said at the Republican National Convention Wednesday night thatTrump helped her "shatter a barrier" in politics by becoming the first woman to run a successful presidential campaign.
A Houston police officer shot and killed a gunman who opened fire and hit a patrol vehicle with officers inside, according to police.
In the neighborhoods of Portland where protesters and police have clashed for days with no end in sight, many residents say living near the protests feels similar to "living in a war.
Tiffany Trump, President Donald Trump's youngest daughter, said Tuesday night at the Republican National Convention (RNC) that people have to recognize they are being "manipulated" by the media and big tech.
Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden released a 2020 campaign attack ad via Twitter on Tuesday night featuring Kimberly Guilfoyle's words during the RNC: "The best is yet to come.
Protesters supporting the Black Lives Matter movement have been gathering outside of one New Jersey business for weeks after the owner of the business put up an "All Lives Matter" sign.
More than 550,000 mail-in ballots were rejected nationwide this primary season, according to a recent report released by National Public Radio.
CLAIM: President Donald Trump "removed regulatory barriers" for coronavirus patients.
Montana Business Owner: My Company Was ‘One of the First’ to Receive PPP Loan, Was a ‘Lifesaver’ Thanks to Trump
A Montana coffee shop owner said Monday during the Republican National Convention that her business would not be alive today if it were not for a Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan handed out by the Trump administration during the coronavirus shutdowns.
Two Democrat Super PACs created a $7.5 million advertising campaign on Monday to encourage voters to vote-by-mail in several states crucial to flipping the White House and the Senate to Democrat control.
Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden admitted in an interview Sunday night with ABC News's Robin Roberts that he should not have suggested that voters who were undecided about supporting him or President Donald Trump "ain't black.
More than 300 Illinois residents banded together to support police officers in Champaign, Illinois, after their police department had been vandalized.
The year 2020 just keeps getting better and better with a pandemic, an intense election season, and now an asteroid headed towards Earth the day before Election Day.
Boisterous left-wing protesters demonstrating against the Republican National Convention intimidated diners at a Charlotte, North Carolina, restaurant Saturday night while they clogged up the streets.
Two 18-year-old men from Hingham, Massachusetts, are accused of stealing a "thin blue line" flag from someone's home and posting the act on social media.
A former Army Green Beret allegedly committed espionage, conspiring with Russia's foreign intelligence arm, the GRU, and giving them national defense information between 1996 and 2011, prosecutors said Friday.
An anonymous donor and an auto body shop worked together to surprise a veteran who gives back to his community with a car.
Two tropical storms are making their way across the Caribbean, headed for a historic double-threat if it makes landfall on the U.S. Gulf Coast, according to a video.
Several left-leaning organizations, including MoveOn, the Working Families Party, and the NAACP, organized a protest called #SaveThePostOfficeSaturday, which asks Americans to demand that Postmaster General Louis DeJoy resign from his position.
Ex-GOP Rep. Susan Molinari: 'Next Year, I Hope We're Listening Less to the Russians and More to Dr. Fauci'
Former Rep. Susan Molinari (R-NY), who once lobbied for Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and Russia, said at the Democratic National Convention Thursday night that we will be "listening less to the Russians" and more to Dr.
Three officers with the Tuscaloosa, Alabama, Police Department rescued about a dozen people who were stranded due to flash flooding on Tuesday evening, according to dash cam footage.
Democrat New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed a bill into law Thursday, expanding absentee voting in New York to any state resident who wishes to vote by mail if they are concerned about the coronavirus.
A foster family adopted their second child in a virtual adoption ceremony in the age of the coronavirus.
Democrat New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio's wife has 14 staffers paid on a $2 million budget as New York City deals with a budgetary crisis of not being able to maintain city parks or make regular trash pickups.
The Democratic National Convention featured former Women's March leader Linda Sarsour in one of its caucus meetings for the Muslim Delegates and Allies Assembly.
President Donald Trump's 2020 campaign sued New Jersey on Tuesday over the state's decision to let residents choose whether they want to mail in their ballots or vote in person.
Former Secretary of State John Kerry claimed Tuesday during the Democratic National Convention that the Obama administration stopped the Ebola virus before it became a pandemic.
Officials in Richmond, Virginia, have approved a proposal for a 200-foot mural bearing the phrase "Black Lives Matter" to be painted near the state's capitol building.
Prosecutors recommend that an Indiana woman who pleaded guilty to financially aiding the Islamic State (ISIS) receive a maximum of ten years in prison at her upcoming sentencing.
A pair of newlyweds turned their canceled wedding into a way of giving back to the community by donating their reception food to an Ohio women's shelter.