Even though the 2020 election hasn't taken place yet, Donald Trump is announcing plans to campaign against Alaska Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski
Sen. Kamala Harris took to the Senate floor to blast Sen. Rand Paul for standing in the way of bipartisan anti-lynching legislation.
Donald Trump voted in the Florida primary but announced this week that he really lives in New York, which means he committed voter fraud.
Rep. Elissa Slotkin (D-MI), a former Pentagon official on the House Armed Services committee, thinks time is running out to protect the military from Trump.
Health care personnel and others now run the risk of arrest during their commutes.
This is the second time this week he's made the call and broken from Trump on the need for a military response to the anti-racism protests.
Federal law enforcement officers are operating on American streets without identification, which experts say breeds a culture of impunity.
Our reporters and photographers were on the ground at protests in cities across the country. Here’s what they saw on Thursday.
Flanked by the family of Mr. Floyd, the Rev. Al Sharpton said, “It’s time to stand up and say, ‘Get your knee off our necks.’”
Officers were forceful in dispersing demonstrators who stayed out past curfew in the Bronx, Manhattan and Brooklyn.
Lisa Murkowski and John Kelly joined earlier criticism of President Trump by former defense secretary Jim Mattis, while a memorial for George Floyd and new revelations in the Ahmaud Arbery shooting reflected the nation’s continued passions.
D.C. officials view White House show of force as an unnecessary escalation against largely peaceful demonstrations and fear federal moves to wall off more city land.
Sen. Lisa Murkowski said the quiet part out loud.
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Kelly called Mattis “an honorable man” and described Trump’s Twitter attack on the former Defense secretary as “nasty.”
The former president, in a virtual roundtable, called on all mayors to review their police departments’ use of force policies.
His statement comes as protests continue across the country and around the world after the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
At his fortified White House, President Donald Trump is under verbal assault from the top ranks of the nation's military.
Attorney General Barr an other department leaders addressed how the administration is coordinating its response to unrest across the country in remarks on Thursday.
President Trump Thursday evening slammed John Kelly, his former chief of staff, for defending James Mattis, his former Defense secretary, after Mattis criticized the president for his response to the nationwide protests.
Twitter on Thursday removed a video tribute to George Floyd posted by President Trump’s reelection campaign, claiming it had run afoul of the website’s policy on copyrighted material.
New York Police Department (NYPD) Commissioner Dermot Shea on Thursday apologized for the department’s racial bias and use of excessive force amid ongoing protests against police brutality of black Americans and the
President Trump won't make an expected trip to his resort in Bedminster, N.J., this weekend, as nationwide protests demanding justice for George Floyd are expected to continue.
Republican Arkansas Sen. Tom Cotton blasted the New York Times for walking back a decision to publish his op-ed arguing President Trump invoke the Insurrection Act to stop riots.
President Trump pledged to unseat Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski after she praised former Defense Secretary James Mattis’s rebuke of the president.
A New York state judge ruled NYPD officers can now keep any peaceful protester arrested for violating the New York City curfew for over 24 hours.
Ukrainian prosecutors found no evidence of wrongdoing by Hunter Biden after an audit of thousands of old case files.
Retired Marine CPT John M. Dowd lashed out at former Defense Secretary James Mattis in a letter shared Thursday by President Donald Trump.
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Chiara de Blasio New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio has no love for the NYPD. In 2017 “several hundred cops” turned their backs in protest as Mayor de Blasio delivered a eulogy for slain Officer Miosotis Familia. During the presidential debates in 2019 De Blasio attacked the NYPD again and accused police officers of…
Trump's decision to share an inflammatory letter from his former lawyer is a laughable way to respond to criticism from a four-star general.
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Thousands of demonstrators poured into streets across the nation, marching over the Brooklyn Bridge and gathering outside City Hall in Seattle.
Sen. Lisa Murkowski’s comments stood out as most GOP lawmakers remained silent, blamed the media for stirring controversy or voiced support for Trump on Thursday.
President Donald Trump on Thursday shared a letter on Twitter that referred to the peaceful protesters who were forcibly dispersed from a park near the White House on Monday evening as "terrorists."
The Rev. Al Sharpton’s fiery eulogy was an indictment of systemic racism and President Donald Trump’s leadership.
Senate Democrats introduced legislation Thursday to limit presidential power under the Insurrection Act after President Trump warned that he could deploy active military troops into U.S. cities.
Democratic senators decried a proposed amendment on an anti-lynching bill put forward by Republican Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul in a raw, emotional exchange on Thursday.
Lisa Murkowski President Trump on Thursday evening ripped into RINO Senator Lisa Murkowski of Alaska. Murkowski praised Mattis’ attack on President Trump as “true and honest and necessary and overdue.” Former Trump administration Secretary of Defense Gen. James Mattis blasted President Trump over his handling of the George Floyd protests and riots in comments published…
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