Monday on the NewsHour, The New York Times releases a blockbuster investigative report on President Trump’s taxes and business dealings.
The administration’s effort comes as federal officials and health experts warn that a second wave of coronavirus infections could be
The former campaign chief’s wife, Candice Parscale, called police Sunday afternoon.
On the menu today: Wall Street braces itself for November, trouble in commercial real estate, and a look at exponential-growth
He was also apparently unaware that the Times stated in its own report that the records do not show “any
The ruling from the U.S. District Court in Washington D.C. will allow TikTok’s owner extra time to receive approval.
The executive board school principals union unanimously voted, calling on the pair to relinquish control of the school system to
A Somali whistleblower working in the sheriff’s office helped O’Keefe record evidence of a cash-for-votes scheme.
On this edition for Sunday, September 27, the partisan battle over the confirmation of SCOTUS nominee, Judge Amy Coney Barrett,
Reading Time: 4 minutes The enormous outpouring of respect and admiration for Ruth Bader Ginsburg last week surprised even the
Trump’s Middle East strategy has scored major successes, but in Europe, he will have to deal with the competing vision
Israel was used to counterinsurgency warfare, but Hezbollah was a different challenge.
On this edition for Saturday, September 26, Amy Coney Barrett is President Trump’s nominee to the Supreme Court in our
The nomination kicks off what is expected to be a tempestuous Senate confirmation battle less than six weeks before the November
Reading Time: 3 minutes Election officials are working double time to ensure that every properly submitted ballot is counted as
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The big question is, Can they get it done before Election Day?
Montreal writer John Buell’s haunting novels foreshadowed current furors.
Deputy Richard “Ted” Lehnhoff was wounded in the shooting and was flown to a hospital for treatment where he is
State Representative Attica Scott was part of a large group that was told to disperse but failed to do so.
Sergeant Ethan Kaskin of the Anderson City (NC) Police Department was killed early Friday morning in a head-on vehicle collision.
Friday on the NewsHour, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg becomes the first woman and the first Jewish American to lie in
It was reported Friday that the president had selected Barrett ahead of Trump’s official announcement, which is expected to come
Republicans are dodging the health-care question instead of leveling with the voters.
Faced with thousands of conservative opposition demonstrators camping out in the streets of Mexico City since he took office, the administration
(Tim Warner/Getty Images) As week three of the National Football League’s season begins, players are still kneeling during the national
The author appeared to definitively put the controversy to rest in an interview published Wednesday.
Paul’s medical condition has not yet been confirmed.
Reading Time: 2 minutes A Virginia City’s Playbook for Urban Renewal: Move Out the Poor (Dan) The author writes, “The
Friday’s attack came amid the trial of 14 suspected accomplices to the 2015 shooting.
Reading Time: 14 minutes America faces a daunting array of problems: homeless people on our streets, a frayed democracy, roads
Creating a nation of shut-ins would solve nothing while causing vast economic and personal harm.
In one video, Nate Ferrier, president of the Kings County (CA) Deputy Sheriff’s Association, asked Siri, “Where are the terrorists?” Siri
Two officers with the Louisville Metro Police Department were shot and wounded as what had been a mostly peaceful protest
Three teenagers have been arrested and charged with aggravated robbery following an incident in which they allegedly drew weapons and
The so-called “primary sub-source” for the Steele dossier was suspected of being a possible Russian agent and a “threat to
Thursday on the NewsHour, President Trump stirs controversy by refusing to commit to accepting an election defeat and peaceful transition
President Trump’s rhetoric has been shameful — and he has not been alone in that.
The secretary of state’s remarks came after the Justice Department charged an NYPD officer on Monday with spying for China.
Nomadland follows in the tradition of The Grapes of Wrath.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Federal Agencies Tapped Protesters’s Phones in Portland (Dana) From the Nation: “This summer, Portland looked like
A dauntless supporter of Israel, House Appropriations Committee Chairwoman Nita Lowey (D-NY) will retire in January after over thirty years in
“I think the only way to determine the actual legality of this is to have it referred to the Department
Reading Time: 5 minutes Election Day will be November 3, but there’s little agreement on anything else. In America Decides
It’s time to dismantle the current model of federal funding of academic research.
An officer with the Lisle (IL) Police Department is being lauded as a hero in the community after he rushed
An officer with the Reading (MA) Police Department has been indicted for allegedly shooting a man at a call for
First-degree wanton endangerment is considered a Class D felony, punishable with fines of up to $10,000 and up to five
Two police officers have been shot in Louisville, Ky., amid riots following the announcement of an indictment in the shooting
Wednesday on the NewsHour, one Louisville police officer is charged on a lesser count in the Breonna Taylor shooting case,