American Headline News for 11 Oct 2020
With Bill Burr hosting, of course 'SNL' did a Boston sketch.
Even as Democrats held out for more concessions over funding and provisions, it was the deep divisions among Republicans that were standing in the way.
One suspect was in custody following a shooting at a Denver protest that killed one person, authorities said.
For the first time on network TV, attorneys on both sides of the case speak with "48 Hours" about the viral video of the fatal shooting -- what they say it shows and what it doesn't.
For many Gen Zers and Millennials, the coronavirus pandemic has not only affected their financial stability, but has had a devastating impact on their health and families as well. CNN's Kyung Lah... reports.
Delta weakened as it moved across Louisiana and into Mississippi, leaving hundreds of thousands of people without power.
For the first time since August, the U.S. is reporting more than 50,000 coronavirus infections for a third straight day. More than 7.6 million Americans have been infected thus far and nearly 214,000... people nationwide have died. Lilia Luciano has the latest.
HARRISBURG, Pa. -- A federal judge in Pennsylvania on Saturday threw out a lawsuit filed by President Donald Trump's campaign, dismissing its challenges to the battleground state's poll-watching law... and its efforts to limit how mail-in ballots can be collected and which of them can be counted. The ruling by U.S. District Judge J. Nicholas...
President Trump took a step even Richard M. Nixon avoided in his most desperate days: openly ordering direct, immediate government action against specific opponents, timed to serve his re-election... campaign.
Eric Trump, the president's son, appeared on ABC's "This Week."
Coronavirus hospitalizations are on the rise. WHO discourages lockdowns. 11 states set 7-day records for new infections. World also struggling.
Rep. Cedric Richmond, D-La., national co-chair of Joe Biden's presidential campaign, appeared on ABC's "This Week."
A newborn baby in the United Kingdom has finally been allowed to leave the hospital after he was born premature and weighed less than two pounds, according to a report.
The Black Caribbean community in Broward County are energized by Harris ticket
"The shootings are the result of an argument at a card game," the sheriff's office said.
Newly emerged photos show Ghislaine Maxwell at a Manhattan event for a group fighting sex trafficking.
Democrat Jaime Harrison, who is challenging Sen. Lindsey Graham, raised more cash in a quarter than any other U.S. Senate candidate in history.
President Trump considered ripping off his dress shirt to reveal a Superman T-shirt when he was released from the hospital after being treated for the coronavirus, according to a report.
As President Donald Trump stood on a White House balcony Saturday -- spewing mistruths about his opponent's plan for policing and claiming the coronavirus is "disappearing" while hundreds of people... watched from below -- it was clear that his illness has taught him very little and he will continue to endanger Americans until Election Day.
At least 17 passengers killed, 29 injured when a bus collided with a train in Cha Choeng Sao province near Bangkok.
Six red foxes and three coyotes were confiscated, while another 47 illegal wolf-dog crossbreeds were found on the grounds of Howling Timbers, in Muskegon.
Nearly 6 in 10 disapprove of how Trump has handled the coronavirus outbreak.
Nahla al-Nadawi's voice is filled with love as she gently asks her son why the flower he drew is black.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has for nearly two decades taken strides to transform Ankara's place in the world. Today, his dreams seem further from reach than ever before.
As the U.S. conspiracy theory goes global, it has found fertile ground in the putsch fantasies and anti-Semitic tropes long popular on Germany's far-right fringe. Counterterrorism officials worry.