Trump to Seek Alternate City to Host RNC after N.C. Gov. Says He Cannot Guarantee “Full Capacity” Event

“Governor Cooper is still in Shelter-In-Place Mode, and not allowing us to occupy the arena as originally anticipated and promised,”

Police Chief: Arrested Looters in NYC Are Immediately Released Because of Bail-Reform Law

While city police made over 650 arrests on Monday night alone, New York City Police chief Terrence Monahan said that

‘Mayhem’: Four St. Louis Cops Shot, Police Chief Questions Goal of Riots

St. Louis P.D. chief John Hayden said that the four officers had been hospitalized but had sustained non-life-threatening injuries.

D.C. Mayor Slams ‘Shameful’ Decision to Disperse Protesters with Tear Gas for Trump Church Visit

Federal park police used rubber bullets and tear gas to clear protestors from Lafayette Square.

Police Disperse Protesters with Tear Gas, Rubber Bullets Outside White House as Trump Addresses the Nation

President Trump promised that he “will fight to protect” the nation in an address from the Rose Garden Monday night

NYPD Counterterrorism Head Says Organized Groups Planned Looting in Wealthy Neighborhoods

A number of stores, many of them in the upscale Soho neighborhood in Lower Manhattan, were looted on Sunday evening

Minnesota Riots Hurt Klobuchar’s VP Nomination Prospects, According to Biden Ally

Klobuchar declined to bring charges against multiple Minneapolis police officers involved in shootings during her tenure as attorney for Hennepin

Trump Admin. Plans to Expel Grad Students Affiliated with China’s Military

The proposed expulsion would affect roughly 3,000 individuals, a small percentage of the 360,000 Chinese students currently in the U.S.

Rosenstein to Testify to Senate Committee Probing Russiagate Origins

Rosenstein is slated to testify on June 3 during the first public hearing of the committee’s probe.

Zuckerberg, Dorsey Spar over Twitter’s Trump Fact-Check

Zuckerberg criticized Twitter for its fact-check of Trump’s prediction that mass voting-by-mail would lead to fraud.

Trump Admin. to End Waivers that Allow Some Foreign Businesses to Work on Iranian Nuclear Sites

It is unclear if the companies involved in work at Iran’s nuclear sites would cease their involvement in response to

DOJ Drops Insider Trading Probe Into Three Senators, Still Investigating Burr for Coronavirus Sell-Off

The Justice Department has dropped insider-trading investigations into three senators but remains focused on Senator Richard Burr.

N.C. Gov Says Reopening Relies on ‘Data and Science’ after Trump Threat to Move Republican National Convention

North Carolina entered phase two of its reopening on Friday, when Cooper allowed more businesses including hair salons and restaurants to

China Warns U.S. Pushing to ‘Brink of New Cold War’ with Coronavirus Accusations

Continuing trade negotiations have been threatened as the two countries trade barbs over the coronavirus pandemic.