A leaked internal memo claims that despite the majority of opinion polls, the race between the two men in Pennsylvania is close-fought and could go down to the wire.
The coronavirus took centre stage at last night’s vice-presidential debate.
Tonight in Salt Lake City it is time for Mike Pence and Kamala Harris to take the stage.
Channel 4 News has seen a hospital review into the death of a nurse at Luton and Dunstable University Hospital.
The city of Portland – there have been demonstrations against racial injustice and police brutality for 68 consecutive days.
Today was meant to be a big milestone for the leisure and beauty industries in England, but owners are having to re-write their business survival plans and customers hoping for some more normality have seen it slip further away.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is facing continued protests over charges of corruption and unease at his handling of the coronavirus pandemic.
The killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis last month started a wave of protests around the world demanding justice for victims and reform of institutions.
President Trump has threatened to “close down” the social media platform Twitter – after it flagged up two of his posts for fact checking – linking to an article describing Mr Trump’s claims about postal ballot fraud as “unsubstantiated”.
The former US president Barack Obama has condemned the country’s lack of leadership during the pandemic – declaring that ‘a lot of them aren’t even pretending to be in charge’.
So how does a city renowned for its noise and celebration, cope with a disease that’s brought so much silence, sobriety and loss?
In Enfield, North London, more than a third of care homes there have seen at least one Covid-related death, according to the local council.
We’re led to believe though that, having refused to quarantine the vast majority of passengers arriving in the UK earlier, the government will now move to do so, as lockdown starts to ease.
Trials of the new NHS track and tracing app are set to begin this week on the Isle of Wight – but there are still questions over how fast and how far it can be rolled out nationwide.
There are still questions over how reliable the existing Covid-19 home test kits really are.