Monthly Archives: September 2020
High winds that spread new fires this week in the Napa and Sonoma wine country and in a far northern area of the state were reduced to breezes, but vegetation remained ripe for burning in high temperatures amid very low … Continue reading
In the final segment of the contentious debate between Trump and Democrat Joe Biden, Trump launched into an extended argument against mail voting, claiming without evidence that it is ripe for fraud and suggesting mail ballots may be “manipulated.”
The realistic-looking videos feature ‘Putin’ and ‘Kim’ talking about democracy and the importance of voting.
Attorney General Daniel Cameron’s office filed a motion asking a court in Louisville for a week’s delay to allow the names of witnesses and their personal information, including addresses and phone numbers, to be redacted.
The planes have been grounded since March 2019, after the second fatal crash.
U.S. President Donald Trump mentioned the Proud Boys during the debate Tuesday evening, calling on them to ‘stand back and stand by.’
The Commission on Presidential Debates, a nonpartisan group that has organized the events since 1988, said it would make unspecified changes to the format to prevent chaos.
Seagram’s liquor fortune heir Clare Bronfman appeared in federal court in Brooklyn.
Oregon Public Broadcasting reported that deputizing the Portland officers gives federal prosecutors the option to charge anyone arrest by those officers with federal crimes, which often come with more severe penalties than the state crimes for which local police usually … Continue reading
Pushed by moderator Chris Wallace, and at one point by rival Joe Biden, Trump also pushed back on scientific findings that his environmental rollbacks would increase climate-damaging pollution.