AG Barr Sends Riot Teams to DC, Miami
Washington, D.C., police charge a barricade in the street during a demonstration against the death of George Floyd near the White House Sunday. (Roberto Schmide/AFP via Getty Images)
Attorney General William Barr is sending federal riot teams to Washington D.C. and Miami to give local law enforcement agencies some help in handling violent George Floyd protests, USA Today reports. [Full Story]
CNN Chief Jeff Zucker May Run for NYC Mayor
CNN President Jeff Zucker left open the prospect of contending in the election for New York City mayor next year in an interview with The New York Times over the weekend.... [Full Story]
BET Founder Wants US Govt to Provide $14T for Reparations for Slavery
The founder of Black Entertainment Television Robert Johnson wants [Full Story]
High Court Declines to Take Sanders Supporters' Lawsuit
The Supreme Court is declining to revive a lawsuit by supporters of [Full Story]
Wall Street, Fed Fly Blind as Virus Upends Stress Tests
U.S. financial regulators, banks and their investors will get their [Full Story]
Facebook's Zuckerberg Faces Employee Blowback Over Ruling on Trump Comments
Facebook employees critical of CEO Mark Zuckerberg's decision not to [Full Story]
Virus Spawns Pandemic of Christian Persecution
The coronavirus pandemic has triggered a sharp uptick in Christian [Full Story] |
Supreme Court: Immigrants Who Fear Torture Can Appeal Deportations
Immigrants facing deportation can now appeal the ruling to send them [Full Story]
Supreme Court Declines to Take Bernard Madoff Trustee Case
The Supreme Court is leaving in place a ruling that allows the [Full Story]
Putin Sets July 1 for Vote to Extend His Rule for Years
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday set a July 1 date for a [Full Story]
US Supreme Court Upholds Puerto Rico Financial Oversight Board Appointments
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday upheld appointments to Puerto Rico's [Full Story]
Derek Chauvin Moved to Maximum Security Prison
Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis policeman charged with murder [Full Story]
US Judge Weighing Fight over Trump Ex-Adviser Flynn to Respond on Case
The U.S. judge weighing whether to drop a criminal case against [Full Story]
Iran Says Scientist Jailed in US to Return in Days
Tehran said Monday that scientist Sirous Asgari, one of more than a [Full Story]
Philadelphia's New Voting Machines Under Scrutiny in Tuesday's Elections
When Pennsylvania holds primary elections on Tuesday, some election [Full Story]
Protesters in Some Cities Target Confederate Monuments
Protesters demonstrating against the death of George Floyd, a [Full Story]
Artist Christo, Known for Wrapping Landmarks, Dies
Christo, the Bulgarian-born artist best known for his temporary [Full Story]
Dems to Interview Ousted State Department Watchdog
Members of three House and Senate committees will interview former [Full Story]
RNC Sets Wednesday Deadline for Convention Response
The Republican National Committee says it wants to hear from North [Full Story]
Giuliani Slams Twitter for Trump Fact-Checking
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani criticized Twitter on Sunday [Full Story]
France Says Twitter Would Be Welcome If It Leaves US
Twitter Inc. would be welcome to move to France should the [Full Story]
Rep. Demings Calls For National Look At Police Abuse
Rep. Val Demings, D-Fla., a former Orlando police chief, said Sunday [Full Story]
Rabbi Steven Burg: Anti-Semitic Attacks Making Some 'Cynical' of Protests
Condemning the random vandalism and anti-Semitic attacks in Los [Full Story]
Protesters Spark Fears of a Spike in Coronavirus Cases
Mass protests over the death of George Floyd could trigger a second wave of coronavirus cases, experts fear. As people across the country gather to protest police brutality, health care experts predict that the cases of COVID-19 will rise. On Sunday alone there was an... [Full Story]
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