The most important story on Thursday -- and I am not just saying this because I work with them -- was written and reported by CNN's Manu Raju and Ted Barrett.
• Senate panel approves more subpoenas for probe into FBI's Russia investigation
Not only are Michigan health officials dealing with the coronavirus, but they're also trying to contain the spread of a rare mosquito-borne disease.
For a moment during the early days of the Trump administration, then-Defense Secretary James Mattis thought the US might be on the threshold of war that could go nuclear.
CNN's Brianna Keilar says "misinformation is a virus unto itself and Fox News is the vector." She breaks down the misleading and false claims on the coronavius pandemic broadcast by the network.
• Mayor says Barr's suggestions to charge her are 'chilling' • Analysis: Trump has finally found his ultimate wingman in William Barr • Ex-DOJ lawyer: Barr irresponsible and arrogant • Opinion: Barr's undermining of the election is downright dangerous
A federal judge in eastern Washington said Thursday that he will issue a nationwide order blocking some recent changes made by the US Postal Service that slowed down mail and could threaten mail-in voting.
President Donald Trump loves Twitter, often tweeting countless times a day. In early September, the President tweeted his thoughts about how lucky the American people are to "have me as your President." Chris Cillizza explains the hidden meaning revealed in this tweet.