Amy Coney Barrett's first votes on the Supreme Court could include two big topics affecting the man who appointed her.
Deaths per day from the coronavirus in the U.S. are on the rise again, just as health experts had feared, and cases are climbing in practically every state, despite assurances from President Trump over the weekend that “we’re rounding the turn, we’re doing great.”
It’s no secret that Sacha Baron Cohen was chased off stage after pranking a gun rights rally early this past summer, but on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert Monday night, Cohen shared video of the incident. Cohen said he only got found out because he wasn’t the only one at the rally under cover. A Black Lives Matter protest had sent some of their own into the rally incognito to check out the situation after militia groups had been antagonistic, and some BLM protesters were planning to confront them. Instead, one of the BLM protesters who was there under cover recognized Cohen as he led a sing-along of an incredibly racist, hateful song, and the word got out. The video shows young men rushing the stage and Cohen making a quick exit to a waiting vehicle. We are then shown inside the vehicle as Cohen fights to keep the door closed as rally goers hindered his escape. Cohen also revealed that one man who rushed the stage reached for his gun but was stopped by a security guard.
The leader of the controversial company NXIVM, Keith Raniere, faces a possible life sentence for sex trafficking and racketeering. ABC's Elizabeth Schulze reports.
More than 150,000 people have been forced to flee their homes as gusty Santa Ana winds make the fires uncontrollable. ABC's Megan Tevrizian reports.
Senate Republicans confirmed Barrett with a 52-48 vote, cementing a conservative majority on the court. ABC's Mona Kosar Abdi reports.
The new Disney+ movie tells the true story of a high school senior who lost his battle with cancer. ABC’s Will Ganss talks to his mom, Laura, and Neve Campbell, who plays her in the film.
Prior to their Psycho themed tango on Monday’s “Dancing With the Stars,” partners AJ McLean and Cheryl Burke dealt with a real life horror. During Sunday’s rehearsal, Burke fell and audibly smacked her head against the ground. “I was completely mortified,” recalled McLean. “I was with her every second. She's family now. I got to protect her, just like she does for me.” Burke was cleared to dance by the medical staff and did a great job. After the performance she was all smiles, even though she was still a little sore. “I'm actually doing okay,” said Burke. “You know, I go in and out a little bit. I think I hurt my rotator cuff more than my neck but I'm hard-headed, thank God.”
Saskatchewan Party Leader Scott Moe laid out his government’s plan in its fourth majority mandate, including enhancing supports for those with disabilities, affordability for seniors and balancing the budget by 2024. He also touted his government’s ongoing fight against the federal carbon tax, which he said would continue.
Saskatchewan Party Leader Scott Moe said he was happy with the results of the 2020 provincial election that returned his Saskatchewan Party to a fourth-consecutive majority, saying the party was “humbled” by the support and they planned to build a “strong Saskatchewan for everyone.”
Saskatchewan’s NDP Leader Ryan Meili addressed voters on Monday following the projected win for the Saskatchewan Party, saying it was an “exciting campaign” and that the election is about “what we can achieve together.”
During night three of 'The Voice's' blind auditions Monday, 30-year-old Houston diva DeSz closed out the night with a powerful performance of Toni Braxton's "Unbreak My Heart." However, DeSz's audition wasn't the first big audition she nailed. Last year, Desz auditioned for "this guy on Instagram," only to later find out that she had made Kanye West's choir for his Easter Sunday Service at Coachella in 2019. Following Coachella, DeSz toured the world with Kanye's choir. However, on Monday night, the singer decided it was time to set out to become her own artist. "I hope they hear my life story," DeSz stated before stepping out in front of the coaches for her blind audition. DeSz became the only four-chair turn of the night. All four coaches went head-to-head for DeSz as Kelly Clarkson stated, "I don't know if you know this, but I turned around, like, light-years before everyone else. First of all, the fact that you chose that song means that you just set the bar, and it's pretty high, because you're insane." Unfortunately, we have to wait until Tuesday night's episodes when they blind auditions continue to find out DeSz's decision.
Former premier and leader of the Saskatchewan Party Brad Wall spoke on Monday after Global News projected a majority government in the province's election. Moe said that it was a “big achievement” for current leader Scott Moe and the party to get its fourth-consecutive mandate. He also praised Moe for his party’s leadership throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
Barefoot Republic, a Christian camp in southern Kentucky aims to bring kids and families together from different backgrounds, races and beliefs in hopes of fostering life-changing relationships.
The National’s Andrew Chang speaks with Rev. Al Sharpton about the U.S. presidential election, the fight against racial injustice, the COVID-19 pandemic and his new book: Rise Up: Confronting a Country at the Crossroads.
A push to support Black-owned businesses followed the police killing of George Floyd and months of Black Lives Matter protests and some Black entrepreneurs say they’ve seen follow-through on those promises.
Several potential COVID-19 vaccines are seeing early results from Phase 3 trials, with AstraZeneca saying its has shown results in older and younger participants. Meanwhile, Moderna is so positive about its results it has applied to make its vaccine available earlier.
The presidential race in Texas is closer than it’s been for 50 years, but some are concerned about the roadblocks facing many voters, which some consider voter suppression.
They are the fastest-growing voting bloc in the country and 115 are running for Congress this year. “Nightline” speaks to one who is running and those working to get out the vote in Texas.
Several European countries are struggling to keep up with significant spikes in COVID-19 cases, with some already running out of ICU beds. The World Health Organization warns the continent needs "serious acceleration" in the fight against coronavirus, while people are getting fed up with restrictions.