It bears no resemblance to reality — not in police forces, and not in America.
We’ll know more clearly in the coming weeks, as the epidemiological data on the George Floyd protests come in.
The nine-term Iowa congressman lost the race to state Senator Randy Feenstra.
“Governor Cooper is still in Shelter-In-Place Mode, and not allowing us to occupy the arena as originally anticipated and promised,”
Reading Time: 5 minutes In Greenville, MS, not long ago, workers at a commercial laundry were told to stay put
Tuesday on the NewsHour, it has been a full week of protests across parts of the U.S. in response to
While city police made over 650 arrests on Monday night alone, New York City Police chief Terrence Monahan said that
On riots, force, and the president.
Police officers wearing riot gear push back demonstrators outside of the White House, June 1, 2020 (JOSE LUIS MAGANA/AFP via
We are seeing now what happens when the rule of law breaks down. It is frightening, but it is hardly
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Video footage of the incident posted on social media shows a vehicle moving rapidly towards an intersection and driving straight
With all the protests and anger and violence across the country, a justified discussion about policing has begun on our
St. Louis P.D. chief John Hayden said that the four officers had been hospitalized but had sustained non-life-threatening injuries.
Federal park police used rubber bullets and tear gas to clear protestors from Lafayette Square.
The Australian High Court has ruled that correspondence between the Queen and the Governor-General of Australia, her viceroy in the
Monday on the NewsHour, unrest spreads across the U.S. in response to the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis police
President Trump promised that he “will fight to protect” the nation in an address from the Rose Garden Monday night
At least 13 Biden campaign staffers wrote on Twitter on Friday and Saturday that they have donated to the Minnesota
There is a time for careful nuance, and then there is a time for the foghorn.
Reading Time: < 1 minute It’s Bigger Than Buildings. America Is Burning. (Lisa P.) From the Boston Globe: “You can
Obama decried the looting in response to the death of George Floyd, saying it was “compounding the destruction” of inner-city
(Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) On Thursday President Donald Trump signed an executive order aimed to strip long-standing legal protections for internet
Police denied an application by the group that organizes the vigil, stating that the decision was due to concerns regarding
A number of stores, many of them in the upscale Soho neighborhood in Lower Manhattan, were looted on Sunday evening
Reading Time: 2 minutes People across the country are fighting to make sure their votes count. Election integrity is at
They hide the rotten apples under the guise of privacy protection.
The riots only layer another injustice on top of the one done to George Floyd.
On this edition for Sunday, May 31, chaos and clashes across the nation continue as some protests over the murder
The national security state and the military are joining forces with the police and national guard to counter the nationwide
Reading Time: 5 minutes — OPINION — Back in 2015, when President Donald Trump announced his candidacy at Trump Tower
It wasn’t a perfect show, but today’s critics give it short shrift.
Competing in the ultimate physical, social, and mental challenge, contestants demonstrate how much excellence human beings are capable of.
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On this edition for Sunday, May 30, the latest on the nationwide protests as demonstrations flare across the country over
The official complaint submitted to a Minnesota district court answers some questions, but raises others.
Reading Time: 6 minutes When US universities shut down in the middle of the semester due to the coronavirus pandemic,
The president faces a much tougher road to reelection than most seem to think.
In A Land Apart, Flannery Burke explores a distinctive region that is an integral part of our nation.
Reading Time: < 1 minute The COVID-19 pandemic has not made relations between opposing political factions any easier. In a
Friday on the NewsHour, protests continue to grip Minneapolis after the death of George Floyd at the hands of city
Nonviolent protests serve to unite people and build sympathy, while riots sow division, destroy the economy, and endanger lives.
Klobuchar declined to bring charges against multiple Minneapolis police officers involved in shootings during her tenure as attorney for Hennepin
The extrajudicial killing of African-American man George Floyd by Police Officer Derek Chauvin sparked a storm of protests both in
The judge ruled that the health department was in error not to renew the license of the St. Louis clinic.
The former prosecutor faces scrutiny over decisions not to prosecute police officers in Minneapolis.
Reading Time: 2 minutes The Pandemic Is the Right Time to Defund the Police (Chris) From the New Republic: “Even
The 3rd Precinct building was breached around 10 p.m. as rioters set fires both inside and outside the building.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, elected officials of both parties have a moral responsibility to ensure that every American who wants
Thursday on the NewsHour, Americans observe the tragic mark of 100,000 COVID-19 deaths, but the pandemic’s impact keeps growing. Plus: