Worried about voter suppression? Lawyers set up national hotline to answer questions about election laws
Thousands of lawyers are volunteering with Election Protection, a nonpartisan hotline, to help voters across the country navigate election changes.
Even though fewer people are traveling, the holidays will still be the biggest travel period since the COVID-19 pandemic began. See what to expect.
'A fanciful reality': Trump claims Black Lives Matter protests are violent, but the majority are peaceful
The USA TODAY Network talked to residents in Portland, Milwaukee, Detroit, Chicago and Louisville to find out how protests have affected their cities.
There's some significant games in Week 8 of the college football season and our staff makes bold predictions for the biggest showdowns Saturday.
Jim Carrey captures and exaggerates the parody-worthy parts of Joe Biden's persona that make him relatable and the perfect antidote to Donald Trump.
Voting 2020 live updates: President Trump expected to cast Florida ballot; Delaware voters won't be forced to wear masks
President Trump expected to vote in West Palm Beach. Delaware voters don't have to wear masks. Advice on how to vote. Latest news from across the U.S.
Mike Espy's Senate race in Mississippi is getting a fresh look from Democrats, including Barack Obama. Here's why
Democratic Senate candidate Mike Espy is getting new attention in deeply red Mississippi as donations pour in after Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death.
'No child should be away from their mom': Trump policies make it nearly impossible for refugees to come to US
The Trump administration has limited the number of refugees allowed into the country to 15,000 applicants.
The abrupt slow down in modern life has given people a chance to deepen relationships and create new rituals together.
New Yorker writer and CNN commentator Jeffery Toobin was suspended for exposing himself on a Zoom call, but his punishment should have been worse.
Grand County Sheriff Brett Schroetlin said the couple called family before their deaths, telling them they could smell the smoke.
The Dodgers have rewritten their recent October narratives of flailing. Game 3 showed they have a collection of elite offensive performers.
Rays' Randy Arozarena ties MLB record for home runs in a postseason, breaks Derek Jeter's rookie hits mark
Randy Arozarena's eighth home run of the 2020 postseason tied him with Barry Bonds, Carlos Beltran and Nelson Cruz for baseball's record.
Making his first college start, Graham Mertz completed 20-of-21 passes for five touchdowns as Wisconsin rolled Illinois in the Big Ten's opener.
Walker Buehler, who didn't allow a hit until the fifth inning, dominated Game 3, striking out 10 Rays' batters. Dodgers take 2-1 World Series lead.
Antonio Brown is getting another chance in the NFL despite facing multiple allegations of sexual assault and misconduct.
Jimmy Kimmel shares video of three-year-old Billy's health struggles to show 'what this election is about'
Jimmy Kimmel is opening up about his three-year-old son Billy's health struggles two weeks ahead of the upcoming presidential election.
According to Kelly's campaign, the story injects a false but new line of attack against by allies of his Republican opponent.
The University of Nevada announced Friday that former star quarterback Colin Kaepernick will be inducted into the school's athletics hall of fame.