Now that Twitter has censored Trump, it should be interesting to see how this feud plays out following an executive order on Thursday.
Georgia Governor Brian Kemp (R) admitted on Wednesday he did not know COVID-19 could pass without symptoms.
On Sunday, Senator Rand Paul announced he is the first U.S. Senator to test positive for COVID-19 via his Twitter.
Wichita Mayor Brandon Whipple announced in a video on Facebook he has self-quarantined after a possible COVID-19 exposure.
Ted Lieu claimed in a tweet that the Los Angeles County Fire Department is low on personal protective equipment for COVID-19 cases.
Abbott issued a waiver that allows restaurants to deliver alcoholic beverages with food purchases to customers.
Reps. Mario Diaz-Balart and Ben McAdams are officially the first members of Congress that have tested positive for coronavirus.
Garth Brooks was accused of wearing a Bernie Sanders jersey on Instagram while wearing a Barry Sanders jersey in Detroit this week.
The Democrat's second budget proposal since Governor Laura Kelly took office recommends taxing Kansans for digital goods and services.
In the days leading up to thousands of armed demonstrators coming to Virginia, Governor Ralph Northam has declared a state of emergency that bans firearms