Rep. Sharice Davids (D-KS03) is a top target for Republicans this cycle.(Whitney Curtis/Getty Images) As Republicans look to take back Kansas’
Those conspiracy theorists who have clung to a stubborn faith in the president look set to soon find that he’s
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images) Controversial liability protections for businesses that are a top priority for the
It is really not that hard to tell the good guys from the bad guys. Or at least it shouldn’t
Reading Time: 2 minutes Oil Giants Help Fund Powerful Police Groups in Top US Cities (Chris C.) The author writes,
Senator Tom Cotton (Tom Brenner/Getty Images) A “dark money” group launched by allies of Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) is spending
President Trump said it is a response to Germany’s reluctance to spend a greater share of its gross domestic product
“If you have goggles or an eye shield, you should use it,” he said in an interview with ABC News
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Councilman Keith Young, said full funding should wait until a planned Sept. 22 strategy for Asheville PD divestment.
“That plan includes the robust presence of Oregon State Police in downtown Portland,” Acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf said.
Both officers crouching over the girl and tapped her back as she lay on her side near the pool, her
Wednesday on the NewsHour, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell weighs in on the outlook for pandemic relief legislation. Plus: Tech
The NBA received multiple employee complaints that instructors in China were physically abusing pupils, and that students were not receiving
Rogen claimed he was “fed a huge amount of lies about Israel” growing up, and he now questions the legitimacy
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The stench of the CIA and its covert operations in oil-rich Libya has long followed General Khalifa Haftar. But now another
School systems can provide what they’re currently offering for well under half of their revenues.
(Captured via YouTube: “Lose” – Plains PAC) Outside groups are injecting over $10 million into Kansas’ Senate race to blanket
Officers from the Border Patrol as well as ICE have been deployed to augment personnel from the Federal Protective Services
Reading Time: 2 minutes Tracking What Happens to Police After They Use Force on Protesters (Mili) From ProPublica: “As protests
Mayor Jenny Durkan had rejected the deployment of tactical forces sent to the city last week, saying it did not
If huge sums of money must be dispensed, let’s at least target them properly.
The Federal Protective Service, U.S. Marshals Service and U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents were tired and frustrated. They didn’t
Two officers with the Aurora (CO) Police Department were shot while conducting a pursuit of a suspect who had allegedly
A man has been arrested after allegedly attempting to run over a police officer in Georgia late last week.
Barr brings out the worst in them, which is saying something.
Tuesday on the NewsHour, Attorney General William Barr testifies in front of the House Judiciary Committee in a long-delayed, combative
Senate Republicans criticized their party’s own coronavirus relief bill in public comments and during a private lunch with Senate GOP
Michael Shellenerger makes a good case for a hopeful, pragmatic, populist environmentalism.
Instead, she says she will encourage people to vote cast “a vote against Donald Trump.”
(Missy Ryan/ The Washington Post via Getty Images) The White House last week announced loosened restrictions on the sales of
Reading Time: 2 minutes On Portland’s Streets: Anger, Fear, and a Fence That Divides (Gerry) The authors write, “To the
Dr. Stella Immanuel has press on White house steps challenging the validity of COVID scare tactics and then accuses the COVID promoters of taking Hydroxychloroquine themselves when denouncing the cure.
Democrats see a pickup opportunity in the wake of the impending retirement of Rep. Susan Brooks of Indiana. (Photo by
The much-anticipated antitrust hearing originally scheduled for Monday, July 27 has been moved to Wednesday for the ostensible purpose of
Facebook chief executive officer will argue that any weakening of U.S. companies will cede territory to Chinese companies.
Reading Time: 5 minutes The moment that college student Kecheng Du saw a tweet from President Trump saying only “China!,”
If they wanted reform, they could pursue it. But they just want to destroy.
Deputy Dylan Pickle and Deputy Zach Wilbanks were transported to a nearby hospital where Pickle succumbed to his injuries.
The non-profit news organization ProPublica obtained and then published in an online database the disciplinary records of nearly 4,000 officers
Chief Terence Monahan was referencing officer hesitation caused by the city’s new law that criminalizes even accidentally kneeling or sitting on a
Monday on the NewsHour, Senate Republicans unveil their proposal for the next coronavirus relief bill. Plus: Clashes continue between protesters
A proposal from two Senate Republicans would bolster Americans’ education options during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.
Studies of those imprisoned on firearms charges show that most often they obtain their weapons by stealing them or buying
Mayor Ted Wheeler has condemned the deployment of federal officers to the city, accusing the Trump administration of “abuse” of
A U.S. warship and military aircraft were spotted traveling southwest from Japan towards China yesterday afternoon, in what some fear is
The four most reliably conservative justices were not confident that they would get a fifth vote from Roberts.
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Protests have been nearly constant in Oregon’s largest city since the police custody death of George Floyd in May.