Trump Presses NYC to Activate National Guard as Violence Intensifies
Police officers arrests a large group of people at Radio City Music Hall in New York on Monday night. (AP)
American cities erupted in violence and destruction in a seventh straight night of unrest, with several police officers shot or run over, amid boasts and threats from President Donald Trump to send in troops to "dominate the streets." In New York, protests Monday night were punctuated by people smashing shop windows near Rockefeller Center and breaching the doors of Macy's flagship store on 34th Street, littering the pavement with broken glass. [Full Story]
Biden Slams Trump's Church Photo Op During Philadelphia Speech
Joe Biden on Tuesday blistered President Donald Trump a day after police drove back peaceful protesters near the White House so Trump could pose with a Bible before a damaged church... [Full Story]
Putin Signs Russia's Nuclear Deterrent Policy
President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday endorsed Russia's nuclear [Full Story]
Pentagon Launches Plasma Drive to Fight Coronavirus
The Department of Defense has initiated a drive for plasma from [Full Story]
Tucker Carlson: Floyd Protests 'Singular Test' of Trump's Presidency
Fox News host Tucker Carlson gave a 30-minute speech Monday night [Full Story]
Mark Cuban Writes 'Dear White People' Letter
Mark Cuban is the latest public figure to speak out against racial [Full Story]
Experts: President Has Right to Send Military to Put Down Violent Demos
Despite protests from some governors, President Donald Trump has the [Full Story]
Confederate Monuments Targeted by Protests Come Down
The base of a massive Confederate monument in Alabama's largest city [Full Story]
Zuckerberg Leaves Racial Justice Leader Frustrated After Call
Facebook Inc. Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg hosted a nearly [Full Story]
Box-Office Revenue Seen Plunging 50 Percent Due to Coronavirus Closures
Box-office revenue reportedly could plunge about 50% because of [Full Story]
A Tug-of-War Between Bulls and Bears Is Muddling Risk Indicators
It used to be understood that if haven assets rise, then the risky [Full Story]
Washington Post Inks Partnership With Local News Outlets
The Washington Post has added more local news outlets to its network, [Full Story]
Morici: Too Few Babies and Immigrants Threaten Growth
Our prosperity and security depend on having more working-age [Full Story]
Coronavirus Likely Traced to Horseshoe Bats in US-China Research
A report by an an international group of mostly American and Chinese [Full Story]
Judge Awards Carole Baskin Control of Joe Exotic's Zoo
A federal judge in Oklahoma has awarded ownership of the zoo made [Full Story]
Rod Rosenstein in Spotlight Again for Role in Russia Probe
Former Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is scheduled to testify [Full Story]
Twitter Suspends Benny Johnson Over Protester Picture
Benny Johnson, the chief creative officer at conservative group [Full Story]
Congo Faces 2nd Ebola Outbreak
Health officials have confirmed a second Ebola outbreak in Congo, the [Full Story]
Twitter Restricts Rep. Matt Gaetz's Tweet 'Glorifying Violence'
Twitter on Monday restricted a tweet by Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla. [Full Story]
With Rallies Halted and Tweets Fact-Checked, Trump Campaign Turns to Smartphone App
Should President Donald Trump and Twitter ultimately part ways, his [Full Story]
Biden Looks to Clinch Nomination as 7 States, DC Vote
Joe Biden could seize the number of delegates needed to formally [Full Story]
Iran: Scientist Acquitted in US Trade Secrets Case Freed
An Iranian scientist imprisoned in the U.S. after being acquitted in [Full Story]
Russian Vote Could Extend Putin's Rule
Putin postponed the original vote, which had been set for April 22, [Full Story]
Flynn Judge Defends Refusal to Rubber-Stamp Dismissal of Case
The judge overseeing Michael Flynn's prosecution defended his [Full Story]
San Francisco, Silicon Valley Rents Drop as Tech Braces for Mass Exodus
The cost of rent in the San Francisco Bay area and Silicon Valley reportedly has dropped at a dramatic pace, as layoffs and the increased flexibility of working from home drove a double-digit drop in some of the nation’s most expensive housing markets amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. [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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