The building that housed the pawn shop, Max It Pawn, was burned to the ground on May 28.
Reading Time: 9 minutes This article is part of a series on economic inequality in the US. In 2014, Dani
The mayors who surrender parts of their cities to left-wing ‘protesters’ are tacitly endorsing lawlessness themselves.
Tuesday on the NewsHour, congressional deliberations over an economic rescue package intensify, but Senate Republicans appear deeply divided over the
The president should have realized by now that he can’t look past or talk by the virus.
The president noted that states in the South and West of the U.S. are experiencing a rise in coronavirus cases.
(Tom Williams/CQ-Roll Call, Inc via Getty Images) Super PACs directly connected to party leaders in the House and Senate are
The Trump administration warned in May that China was attempting to steal or set back American research on a coronavirus
The New York Times’s chief critic has launched a campaign to end the merit-based “blind audition” hiring process for orchestras.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Theranos Destroyed Patient Test Data, Prosecutor Alleges (Reader Steve) The author writes, “Assistant U.S. attorney Vanessa
Montana Governor and Senate candidate Steve Bullock (Joshua Lott/Getty Images) With less than four months to go until Election Day,
The Holy Land Foundation case, on which I based my book “Injustice, The Story of the Holy Land Foundation,” included five
The deal was reached early Tuesday morning after nearly five days of intense negotiations.
The largest teachers union in the state sued Governor DeSantis on Monday to overturn an emergency order requiring schools to
Reading Time: 14 minutes If you lived in Massachusetts the past three months you really did not want to get
Monday on the NewsHour, the novel coronavirus continues to surge across regions of the United States, and Congress considers new
Mark and Patricia McCloskey also face a misdemeanor charge of fourth-degree assault, the Associated Press reported.
A defense of free inquiry & robust debate draws strong opposition from the left.
The United Kingdom keeps dozens of army operatives — “respectable mercenaries” in its own words — to help prop up
The suspected shooter was an attorney who argued a case before Salas in 2015.
“As a minister I have a Biblical obligation to have people come together to meet,” said Pastor Greg Fairrington of
Reading Time: 2 minutes Iranian State Hackers Caught With Their Pants Down in Intercepted Videos (Mili) The author writes, “Iranian
A shooter disguised as a Federal Express delivery driver appeared at Salas’s home in North Brunswick around 5 p.m. on
Fourteen states in the south and west are reporting record numbers of coronavirus hospitalizations, from North Carolina to Texas.
Reading Time: 8 minutes An international treaty initially created in 1980 to protect children from being abducted has now become
Shootings and other crimes spike in the poorest neighborhoods when cops pull back.
On this edition for Sunday, July 19, global confirmed coronavirus cases exceed 14.3 million and 600,000 deaths with more than
Conservative activist Manny Sethi and Trump-endorsed Bill Hagerty are running nearly neck and neck in the GOP primary.
Reading Time: 7 minutes Critics charge that the recent campaign to remove statues of Confederate Civil War figures is an
There is trouble for Republicans in Texas — in November and beyond.
Even in a Holocaust-adjacent movie, what’s the point of ramming home the same point in a hundred sickening ways?
On this edition for Saturday, July 18, remembering John Lewis, a Civil Rights Movement leader and a longtime member of
Reading Time: 11 minutes — BOOK REVIEW — It would be ironic, but not unimaginable, if the only person who
Will it bring us together and revive local communities ─ or drive us apart and exacerbate class divisions?
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Hannibal Lecter, for example, and the cowboy who keeps 30 paces from either of his dueling foes
Radicals from the 1960s and 1970s now hold powerful positions in government and academia
Friday on the NewsHour, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation’s top infectious disease expert, shares an update on the coronavirus pandemic.
The consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic have already devastated the world. Over 14 million people have tested positive for the
The president praised the work of federal authorities earlier this week at the White House, promising that the violence Portland would
The media has decided there’s more emotional satisfaction in failure than in performing the function with which the public entrusts
For centuries, France has been a bastion of universalism. But the country is witnessing the gradual fracture of its Enlightenment
(JEFF KOWALSKY/AFP via Getty Images) As Republicans around the country struggle to keep up with their Democratic rivals’ fundraising, a
Reading Time: 2 minutes ‘Outright Lies’: Voting Misinformation Flourishes on Facebook (Bethany) The author writes, “Analysis … shows that Facebook
Bowman, a former public middle school principal, received 55.5 percent of the vote compared to Engel’s 40.4 percent, with 100
The lawsuit calls the city’s new mask requirements “void and unenforceable.”
“If you look at the Trump campaign and what they’re doing, you know they’re only speaking to their base,” Ducklo
Reading Time: 18 minutes Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s the most dangerous demagogue of them all? Father Coughlin? Huey
Thursday on the NewsHour, President Trump changes his campaign staff as the COVID-19 pandemic worsens. Plus: The politics of wearing
“I am not afraid of the city being sued,” Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms said at a Thursday press conference.