Biden becoming president will not make COVID-19 disappear and return the country back to normal. Just vote for whatever form of abnormal you prefer.
USA TODAY"Biden becoming president will not make COVID-19 disappear and return the country back to normal. Just vote for whatever form of abnormal you prefer," writes Glenn Harlan Reynolds for @usatodayopinion.
President Donald Trump's tweet about "big" problems with mail-in ballots was labeled by Twitter as part of its pledge to stop election disinformation.
USA TODAYHours after Twitter announced it would preemptively debunk false information about voting by mail and election results, the tech company only waited about 30 minutes to put a label on one of the president's tweets.
The infectious diseases doctor said the frequency of meetings has also "diminished" over time as the White House focused on the economy and reopening the country.
USA TODAYDr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's leading infectious disease expert, said Friday that President Donald Trump has not attended a coronavirus task force meeting in "several months" and the meetings themselves have greatly "diminished."
A team of fact checkers corrects false claims from Trump and Biden on COVID-19, Russia, minimum wage and more at the final presidential debate.
USA TODAYNot only are COVID-19 cases up, so too are hospitalizations and deaths. However, during the debate, President Trump blamed the higher numbers on testing, which is not true. Extensive testing will identify more cases, but only if those infections exist. bit.ly/35kFaD2pic.twitter.com/2aHZxIlKH6
A USA TODAY analysis shows county COVID-19 cases grew at a faster rate after at least five of Trump's rallies across three states since mid-August.
USA TODAYAs President Trump jetted across the country holding campaign rallies during the past two months, he didn’t just defy state orders and federal health guidelines. He left a trail of coronavirus outbreaks in his wake.
Trump used a typical White House holiday announcement to accuse "radical activists" of seeking to undercut Christopher Columbus' legacy.
USA TODAYAdvocates for Native Americans have sought to change the federal holiday to Indigenous Peoples Day, arguing that celebrating Columbus ignores the explorer's widespread use of slavery and genocide against indigenous populations.