‘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

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.

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

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.

‘A Year’s Worth of Suicide Attempts in the Last Four Weeks’: California Doctor Calls for End to Lockdown

“We’ve never seen numbers like this, in such a short period of time,” Dr. Mike deBoisblanc said.

Supreme Court Temporarily Blocks Release of Mueller Grand Jury Docs

The court granted requests by the Justice Department to allow time to prepare briefs to make the case against releasing

Lindsey Graham: ‘This Is the Time’ to Push for Infrastructure Bill

“It really is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to give a facelift to the country” Graham said regarding the bill.

DOJ Claims California’s Lockdown Shows ‘Unequal Treatment of Faith Communities’

Eric S. Dreiband wrote in a letter to Newsom that the state’s determination showed an “unequal treatment of faith communities.”

Zuckerberg Calls for ‘Clear Regulatory Framework’ to Counter Chinese Internet Censorship

The Facebook founder said he was worried about China’s model “spreading to other countries.”

Trump Threatens to Make World Health Organization Funding Cut Permanent

The WHO must “actually demonstrate independence from China” and “commit to major substantive improvements,” the president said.

‘Grossly Incompetent’: Trump Attacks Obama in Response to Criticism of His Handling of Pandemic

In a speech to graduates on Saturday, the former president leveled thinly-veiled criticism at his successor.

McConnell Says He Was ‘Wrong’ to Claim That Obama Administration Left No Pandemic Plan

“They did leave behind a plan. So I clearly made a mistake in that regard,” the majority leader said.

Biden Says if Voters Believe Tara Reade, ‘They Probably Shouldn’t Vote for Me’

The former vice president said, “I wouldn’t vote for me if I believed Tara Reade.”

Three Million Workers File for Unemployment in Past Week, Bringing Crisis Total to 36 Million

Some 21.8 percent of the U.S. workforce is now unemployed, due to mass business closures imposed to mitigate the spread

Trump Admin. to Extend Border Restrictions Until Coronavirus No Longer Poses a ‘Danger’

The president signed an executive order in March implementing the restrictions and the order was renewed in April.

House Republicans to Probe Use of Chinese-Made Drones by U.S. Law Enforcement

U.S. intelligence agencies have warned that drones by Da Jiang Innovations could be used by the Chinese government to spy