President Trump is at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center with COVID-19. He's being treated with a steroid and an experimental drug. Plus, the Supreme Court begins a new term on Monday.
Presidential debate organizers are planning changes. During the wait for election results, there are fears conspiracy theories will spread. And, some COVID-19 tests are getting faster and cheaper.
An overview of the presidential debate, which had shouting, insults and interruptions. Fewer people may vote by mail than expected, why? And, coronavirus cases are on the rise in New York City.
President Trump and Joe Biden will face off in their first presidential debate. More than a million people have died globally of COVID-19. And, a wildfire threatens California's wine country.
With six weeks before the election, President Trump and GOP senators seem determined to confirm a Supreme Court Justice before voters cast ballots. And the U.S. COVID-19 death toll nears 200,000.
Contradicting CDC, Trump says COVID-19 vaccine could be ready by the end of 2020. A top HHS official is on leave after accusing government scientists of sedition. And, Sally brings torrential rain.
The U.S. still doesn't have enough personal protective equipment. A nurse blows the whistle on an ICE detention center in Georgia. And, lawmakers are out with a damning report on Boeing and the FAA.
Fires continue to rage in the West Coast. The Senate failed to advance another COVID-19 relief bill. And, Microsoft says the Russian hackers who disrupted the 2016 election are back.
Republican convention to make the case: four more years for President Trump. FDA authorizes an emergency treatment for COVID-19. And, the shooting of a black man by Wisconsin police sparks protests.
A roundup of the first night of the Democratic National Convention. Amid postal changes, states consider changing mail-in ballot rules. And, students move back in at the University of Georgia.