An investigation by Bellingcat, an Internet research organization, and other media outlets, revealed that for years, Russian agents secretly followed Alexei Navalny.
The Census Bureau has yet to release the 2020 census results, which are undergoing quality checks. Based on government records, it estimates the population has grown by as much as 8.7% since 2010.
Recent polls show consistent support among Scots for leaving Great Britain. Many in Scotland think Prime Minister Boris Johnson is poorly suited to handle the pandemic and trust Scottish leaders more.
Black Lives Matters signs from two historic Black churches were destroyed. William Lamar IV says his congregation will keep its "desire to make this nation what it claims to be, but never has been."
"Our war against the virus is not over yet, but this week we're taking a major step toward our eventual victory," Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar said.
Wes Wheeler, president of UPS Healthcare, told NPR Sunday that the first shipment of Pfizer-BioNTech vaccines is on its way to sites in all 50 states, complete with dry ice and Bluetooth technology.
State officials say they were blindsided this week by a Justice Department lawsuit alleging brutal and unconstitutional conditions in the state's prison system.
Rep. James Clyburn says the Trump Administration may have deliberately tried to "conceal and destroy evidence that senior political appointees interfered" with the CDC's coronavirus response.