Catholic Priests, Orthodox Jews Sue Cuomo & De Blasio over Coronavirus Restrictions

The lawsuit claims that the governor, mayor, and attorney general violated the First Amendment and due-process rights of the plaintiffs

North Korea Deems Talks with U.S. A Failure, Vows to Continue Nuclear Build Up

North Korea’s foreign minister said the U.S. had not followed through in its negotiations with the communist nation.

Cuomo Says New York’s Christopher Columbus Statue Represents ‘The Italian-American Legacy,’ Supports Keeping It

Statues of Columbus in Virginia, Massachusetts, and Minnesota were targeted on Tuesday night as protests continue against racism and police brutality.

Milley Apologizes for Attending Trump’s Church Photo-Op: ‘I Should Not Have Been There’

“My presence in that moment, and in that environment, created a perception of the military involved in domestic politics,” the

Biden: Trump ‘Is Going to Try to Steal This Election’ Through Voter Fraud Allegations

Biden’s claims come after he said in April that Trump “is gonna try to kick back the election somehow.”

‘They Folded Like House of Cards’: McConnell Mocks NYT for Caving to Critics of Tom Cotton’s Op-ed

Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell accused the New York Times of lying about the substance of Senator Tom Cotton’s controversial op-ed.

GOP Senators Ask FCC to ‘Clearly Define’ Section 230 Protections for Big Tech

They argue that the law has been abused and that social media companies favor certain political viewpoints.

N.J. Gov. Phil Murphy Says He ‘Can’t Imagine’ Enforcing Social Distancing Rules on Protesters

The governor attended protests in Hillside and Westfield, two of the more than 130 protests across New Jersey over the

Not-So-Retiring Retired Military Leaders

In a time of crisis, their synchronized chorus of complaints, falsehoods, and partisan appeals to resistance threaten the very constitutional

Prominent Reporters Falsely Accuse Trump of Suggesting George Floyd Would Be Happy about Jobs Numbers

Some reporters immediately cast the president’s recent reference to Floyd as part of his celebration of the positive economic outlook.

W.H. Economics Adviser Stephen Moore: ‘We Don’t Need’ More Covid Relief Legislation after Positive Jobs Report

“There’s no reason to have a major spending bill. The sense of urgent crisis is very greatly dissipated by the

N.Y. Judge Extends Initial Detention Period for Looters Due to Civil Unrest

Holding facilities in the city have seen an increase in suspects arrested either for looting or peacefully protesting after an