Ireland’s Supreme Court has issued a ruling declaring that the bread served at Subway does not actually meet the legal definition of “bread” because of its sugar content.
Hundreds of thousands more Americans -- a sum total of 837,000 -- filed for unemployment insurance last week, the Department of Labor said Thursday.
The surge also comes as 1.2 million Wisconsinites have already started the voting process by mail, momentum which Trump aims to capitalize on when he visits Saturday.
Experts tell ABC News President Trump’s inflammatory comments at the debate heightened concerns over the potential for intimidation or violence at the polls.
Trump refused to denounce white supremacy and militia groups during the first debate.
Democrats and Republicans are involved in hundreds of lawsuits across the country relating to the upcoming election
NYC reported its highest daily positivity rate since June on Tuesday, as elementary schools started welcoming students back and a day before indoor dining returned.
A Marine F-35 fighter jet crashed in California following a mid-air collision with a Marine refueling plane that later landed safely.
ABC News fact checks the first presidential debate of 2020 between President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee for president Joe Biden.
President Trump's Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett on Tuesday began meeting senators -- all Republicans for now -- ahead of her confirmation hearings.