President Trump Contracting COVID-19 Sent Reverberations Through CongressChristini Ruffini reports during a House subcommittee hearing, Democrats wish the president well and also criticized him for his handling of the pandemic
President Trump Has Mild Symptoms After Testing Positive For COVID-19Natalie Brand reports both the President and First Lady tested positive.
President Trump And First Lady Melania Test Positive For COVID-19Natalie Brand reports the couple is quarantining.
New Board Game Teaches People How To Interact With The PoliceElise Preston reports the game was developed by a defense attorney and aims to teach children and adults how to respond if they are stopped by the police.
President Trump Calls New York Times Report About His Taxes "Fake News"Debra Alfarone reports the bombshell report reveals a sharp discrepancy between the President’s public images and his private practices in business.
Survey: Many Parents Plan To Skip Flu Shots For Their KidsNancy Chen reports survey found a one in three parents said it was unlikely their child would get a flu shot this year.
New York Times Bombshell Report On Donald Trump's Tax HistoryLaura Podesta reports the article claims Trump paid just $750 in federal income taxes in both 2016 and 2017.
Services Honors Life Of Justice Ruth Bader GinsburgChristina Ruffini reports even in her death, she's breaking another barrier.
Louisville Preparing For More Protests After Grand Jury Decision in Breonna Taylor CaseNadia Romero reports a grand jury decided not to charge three police officers in Taylor's death.
Two Police Officers Shot In Louisville ProtestLaura Podesta reports protesters were angry that a grand jury decided not to charge three officers in the Breonna Taylor's death.
President Trump Contradicts CDC Director Over Plans For A VaccineNatalie Brand reports President Trump contradicted his own health expert over vaccine distribution timing.
Western Wildfires Scorch Three Million AcresJonathan Vigliotti reports more than 16,000 firefighters are trying to put out the flames.
Hurricane Sally Expected To Make Landfall Near Alabama/Mississippi State LineNancy Chen reports the biggest concern is the slow-moving nature of the storm, and the potential for flooding.
September 11th Observances Different This Year Due To PandemicNancy Chen reports a disagreement over health precautions led to two separate remembrances in Lower Manhattan.
More Than A Dozen People Have Died In Western States WildfiresDanya Bacchus reports the deadliest is California's North Complex Fire, which has killed at least 10 with more people still missing.
Pandemic Will Change 911 ObservancesLaura Podesta reports Friday's anniversary of 9/11 is going to look a lot different compared to years past, due to the coronavirus.
Firefighters Battle Scores Of Western WildfiresDanya Bacchus reports some of the fires have turned deadly.
New Bob Woodward Book Claims President Trump Downplayed Threat Of CoronavirusLaura Podesta reports the book discloses President Trump *knew the coronavirus was deadly around the same time he publicly downplayed the threat".
Thousands Of Firefighters Battling Wildfires In Western StatesDanya Bacchus reports three firefighters are in a Fresno, California hospital after battling the Dolan Fire.
Strong Winds Expected To Fuel California's Raging WildfiresElise Preston reports the state has already seen a record two million acres burn this year.
California Continues To Battle Record Breaking WildfiresElise Preston reports thousands of firefighters are battling nearly two dozen infernos.
White House On The Defense After Damaging Stories Leaked From MemoirBofta Yimam reports Donald Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen is set to release a book detailing his work for the president.
Kennedy Loses Race For First Time In MassachusettsLaura Podesta reports Senator Ed Markey, an incumbent who has been in politics for forty years, prevailed in Tuesday's primary against the 39-year-old Joe Kennedy, grandson of Robert F. Kennedy.
President Trump, Joe Biden Trade Barbs Over Violent ProtestsLaura Podesta reports President Trump heads to Kenosha, Wisconsin on Tuesday to thank law enforcement officers and view the damage following the protests that broke out after Jacob Blake was shot by a police officer.