Thursday on the NewsHour, the Supreme Court announces two decisions regarding access to President Trump’s financial documents. Plus: Multiple U.S.
The Bill of Rights be damned.
President Trump has threatened to veto any legislation that would change the name of bases including Forts Bragg, Lee, and
A New York prosecutor may pursue the president’s financial information. Congress, though, must relitigate its case in lower courts.
The Senate majority leader made his comments when asked by the Cincinnati Enquirer whether he would attend the convention.
Dr. Ronny Jackson (Alex Wong/Getty Images) Everything is bigger in Texas. In Texas’ 13th district Republican primary runoff, Josh Winegarner
Reading Time: 2 minutes Some US Health Officials Lament a Coronavirus Crisis That Didn’t Need to Happen (Reader Steve) The
Letitia James has called to end the mayor’s ability to appoint the police commissioner and to oversee the hiring and
Reading Time: 2 minutes During the coronavirus pandemic, education has been one of the most disrupted sectors in our unsettled
America’s leading good guy sticks to what works in Greyhound.
The bill would limit the use of deadly force to instances where de-escalation tactics have failed or are not feasible
Pushback from the village’s residents was immediate. Petitions started floating around online to keep the pair together — and a
A Montgomery, AL, police detective was killed Monday morning in an apparent domestic violence related incident and her ex-boyfriend was
Today’s decision was a small victory, but it will take a more sweeping decision to offer some finality to debates
Wednesday on the NewsHour, the Trump administration steps up pressure on schools to resume in-person classes in the fall —
The GOP proposal will likely include aid to schools, hospitals, and businesses, along with liability protections for companies.
Reading Time: 4 minutes The US Chamber of Commerce and other business groups have courageously… Wait a minute! What the
Wednesday, July 1, was meant to be the day on which the Israeli government officially annexed 30% of the occupied
The country’s experience should make us weary of technocratic promises.
A victory for the Little Sisters of the Poor, but the case will drag on.
Reading Time: 3 minutes What’s Wrong With WhatsApp (Chris C.) The author writes, “WhatsApp groups can not only breed suspicion
Roberts’ fall at the Chevy Chase Club on June 21 left him with a head injury that required sutures.
Valery Tsepkalo is an opposition candidate for president of Belarus.
The governor authorized the deployment of up to 1,000 National Guard troops in the wake of violence in Atlanta over
The Acadis Readiness Suite includes tools for delivering and tracking online training in real-time, managing scheduling, and maintaining inventory.
An officer with the Denver Police Department has been terminated from his job after what a supervisor called an extraordinary
Tuesday on the NewsHour, confirmed U.S. cases of coronavirus near 3 million, and hospitals in some hard-hit states are filled
Almost the entire national political media have completely and constantly misreported the president’s public remarks and policies.
Activists behind a boycott of Facebook by major advertisers said a virtual meeting with CEO Mark Zuckerberg showed the platform
Pictured is a screenshot from a Trump campaign ad captured via YouTube. President Donald Trump’s 2020 television and digital media
Pictured is President Donald Trump. (Photo by Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post via Getty Images) An energy drink company that donated
A review of Alex Edmans’s Grow the Pie: How Great Companies Deliver Both Purpose and Profit.
Pictured is Alabama Senate candidate Jeff Sessions. (Photo by Elijah Nouvelage for The Washington Post via Getty Images) The Alabama
For peddlers of ideology, free inquiry is a business risk — hence the obsession with stamping out samizdat.
Reading Time: 3 minutes What We Know About the Killing of Elijah McClain (Chris C.) The author writes, “According to
A two-pronged initiative by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the Department of Homeland Security is set to substantially increase Israel’s
Universities are required to certify by July 15 whether they will offer some in-person classes or operate on an online-only basis.
“COVID-19 has literally hit home. I have had NO symptoms and have tested positive,” Bottoms tweeted.
Reading Time: 6 minutes From Toledo to Tennessee, Atlanta to Alaska, an army of anonymous, unheralded volunteers is toiling in
An officer with the Toledo Police Department was shot and killed over the Independence Day weekend, according to Toledo Chief
A woman reportedly attempted to assault an officer with the Canandaigua (NY) Police Department on Saturday night after she locked
An off-duty officer with the Clarkstown (NY) Police Department leaped into action when he saw a small girl in danger
Monday on the NewsHour, the U.S observes a muted holiday weekend as the novel coronavirus spreads with alarming speed across
The order has been criticized for possibly leading to additional deaths in nursing homes, which have appeared as a major
Reading Time: 3 minutes President Donald Trump claims America “has been gripped by professional anarchists” and he knows what to
Reading Time: 5 minutes — ANALYSIS — After the deaths of George Floyd and other Black men and women at
Several U.S. social media companies have ceased reviewing requests by Hong Kong authorities to search residents’ data, following China’s implementation
Portland police have responded to 17 shootings so far this month, a 240 percent increase when the city saw five
Vanessa Neumann, the U.K. ambassador of self-declared President of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, claims that she is working closely with the
The Supreme Court’s decision comes four months before the 2020 presidential election, which projections suggest could be a closer contest