Rocked by More Violent Protests, Cities Call in National Guard
A person runs while a police vehicle is burning during a protest over the death of George Floyd in Los Angeles on Saturday. Protests across the country have escalated over the death of George Floyd who died after being restrained by Minneapolis police officers on Memorial Day. (AP Photo/Ringo H.W. Chiu)
The full Minnesota National Guard was activated for the first time since World War Two after four nights of civil unrest that has spread to other U.S. cities. Minnesota Governor Tim Walz said the deployment was necessary because outside agitators were using protests over the death of George Floyd to sow chaos, and that he expected Saturday night's demonstrations to be the fiercest so far. [Full Story]
Bob and Doug Take Off! NASA Resumes Human Spaceflight from US Soil
SpaceX, the private rocket company of billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk, launched two Americans toward orbit from Florida on Saturday in a mission that marks the first spaceflight of NASA astronauts from U.S. soil in nine years.... [Full Story]
US Food Prices See Historic Jump and Are Likely to Stay High
As if trips to the grocery store weren't nerve-wracking enough, U.S. [Full Story]
Pope Presides Over Virus Prayer in Hint Normalcy Returning
Pope Francis prayed Saturday for an end to the coronavirus pandemic [Full Story]
How to Lose 52 Pounds of Fat Every 28 Days
SPONSOR: Lose weight from the comfort of home. [Full Story]
Virus Spawns Pandemic of Christian Persecution
The coronavirus pandemic has triggered a sharp uptick in Christian [Full Story] |
Clyburn Laments 'Timing' Wrong for Klobuchar for VP
House veteran and majority whip Rep. Jim Clyburn, D-S.C., thinks the [Full Story]
Silicon Valley in Panic After Truth Is Exposed
SPONSOR: This secret leaves Americans speechless [Full Story]
Taliban Leadership in Disorder in Wake of Coronavirus
Coronavirus has crippled the Afghan Taliban, sending the organization [Full Story]
Trump, Biden Turn Down Counterintelligence Briefings, Suggesting Distrust of FBI
The campaigns for President Donald Trump and Joe Biden have [Full Story] |
Homeland Security Contract Officer Killed, Another Injured in Oakland
One Federal Protective Services officer was killed and another [Full Story] |
Young People Now 'High Risk' Group for Catching COVID
Young people, once thought to be virtually bulletproof against [Full Story] |
Air Force Alters 'Wild Blue Yonder' to Be Gender Neutral
The Air Force is making a move to show "proper respect," amending its [Full Story]
Alan Dershowitz to Newsmax TV: Overcharging Raises Acquittal Risk
Overcharging George Floyd's killer runs the risk of acquittal [Full Story] |
China Says US Action on Hong Kong 'Doomed to Fail'
The mouthpiece of China's ruling Communist Party said U.S. moves to [Full Story]
Michael Reagan: Time for US to Hang Out 'Open for Business' Sign
Americans have a better chance of surviving COVID-19 than government. [Full Story]
Merkel Won't Attend G7 Summit in Person If US Goes Ahead
Chancellor Angela Merkel will not personally attend a meeting in the [Full Story]
Federal Government to Begin Purchasing Uranium for National Reserve
The federal government will look to begin purchasing uranium for the [Full Story]
Biden Cancels Fundraiser Featuring Mueller Prosecutor
Joe Bidens campaign has dropped plans for a Tuesday fundraiser [Full Story]
Virus Sparks Round-the-Clock Rush to Fill US Gold Vaults
The scramble to jump on one of the hottest gold trades in years -- by shipping bullion to New York -- has sparked what may be one of the largest ever physical transfers of the metal. [Full Story]
Will Grocery Shopping Ever Be the Same Again?
The coronavirus pandemic has set the food shopping industry on fire. A tidal wave of consumers stocking up on products has prompted a shortage of key items on shelves and a dramatic uptick in online and curbside pickup. [Full Story]
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