With just 46 days until the November election, headlines continued to be filled with coverage and surrounding issues this week.
The wildfires across most of the West received national coverage.
Images, stories and video turned the conversation to climate change and the ambivalent stance on the issue from both Republicans and Democrats.
Criticism was also aimed at President Donald Trump treating the devastating fires and storms throughout the South similarly to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Conversation surrounding the election has also pointed fingers at major cable news outlets for their different approaches on questioning the presidential candidates, and Biden’s approach to winning over voters.
Trump presided over a historic peace deal that was signed this week between Israel, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain in an effort to normalize relations in the Middle East.
The Big Ten announced Wednesday that it would start a revised football schedule next month.
The news drew criticism from many who are concerned about rising COVID-19 case numbers from universities around the country.
The rising numbers in many areas where students have returned to school has been concerning to many worried about another wave of cases going into the fall and winter.