Biden, in his first address since formally accepting the Democratic presidential nomination, accused Trump of failing to guard American safety amid the pandemic and turmoil in Wisconsin and Oregon. The speech drew criticism from the president, who was expected to travel to Kenosha, Wis., on Tuesday.
A judge can scrutinize the Justice Department's unusual request to drop the criminal case against former Trump national security adviser Flynn, an appeals court ruled.
The EPA completed a set of new guidelines for disposing of coal ash and wastewater from coal-fired power plants, changes critics say could allow more pollutants.
Lebanon named its ambassador to Germany as the country's next prime minister, an appointment unlikely to placate protesters.
India and China accused each other of moving troops across their disputed border in recent days in violation of agreements.
A House panel said it planned to subpoena DeJoy for documents related to mail delays, even as the USPS committed to providing weekly service-level updates.
The administration proposed a rule that would allow Medicare to approve coverage of some innovative medical devices the same day they are approved by the FDA.
Died: John Thompson, 78, famed basketball coach.