More than 100 people and bikers gathered Saturday on the Tarrant County Courthouse’s steps in Fort Worth, Texas, to show support for law enforcement.
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Judicial Watch Sues Virginia County Over Secret Democrat Officials’ Meeting on Police Response to BLM Riot
Democrat supervisors violated Virginia’s Freedom of Information Act/open meeting law by holding a meeting in secret
Ohio’s high-profile bailout of nuclear plants is just one of several questionable schemes between lawmakers and energy companies.
Domestic and foreign investors, many with marijauna industry ties, seized upon the nation’s public health disaster.
The United States set a record for coronavirus cases on Saturday, with more than 5 million people now infected, according to a Reuters tally, as the country’s top infectious diseases official offered hope earlier this week that an effective vaccine might be available by year-end.
The top U.S. counterintelligence official on Friday warned that Russia, China and Iran will all try to interfere in the 2020 presidential election, with Russia already trying to undercut presumptive Democratic candidate Joe Biden.
Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich discussed the push made by the progressive left in America to undermine the traditional education system.
Police: Rioters Throw Rocks, Chunks of Concrete at Portland Officers
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Saturday reported 4,920,369 cases of the new coronavirus, an increase of 62,042 cases from its previous count, and said that the number of deaths had risen by 1,340 to 160,220.
Former lawman Joe Arpaio, the nationally known Arizona sheriff who found common cause with President Donald Trump on a hard-line stance against illegal immigration, narrowly lost his bid to regain his old job, vote tallies showed on Friday.
As COVID-19 cases spike and hospital bed space dwindles in Alaska’s largest city, Anchorage officials on Friday won a key ruling in favor of a ban on indoor restaurant dining after a standoff over the issue moved to court.
The soaring number of COVID-19 cases in the United States has far outstripped many local health departments’ ability to trace the contacts of those infected, a step critical in containing the virus’ spread.
U.S. deaths from the coronavirus pandemic exceeded 160,000 on Friday, nearly a quarter of the world’s total, according to a Reuters tally, as the country debates whether schools are ready to reopen their doors in the coming weeks.
Jerry Falwell Jr., a leading evangelical ally of President Donald Trump, has taken an indefinite leave of absence from his posts as president and chancellor of Liberty University, the Christian school he has run for more than a decade, its board of trustees said on Friday.
In a reversal from a few years ago, many officials who oversee U.S. election technology and outside security experts now worry less about hacking in the November elections than about misinformation and logistics such as a shortage of poll workers and slowdowns at the U.S. postal service.
The Pentagon said on Friday it awarded United Launch Alliance (ULA)and SpaceX $653 million in combined military launch contracts.
U.S. President Donald Trump vowed on Friday to act unilaterally to suspend payroll taxes for all Americans through the end of 2020 and possibly longer and extend supplemental unemployment benefits and other coronavirus aid if no deal can be reached with Democrats on a new spending bill.
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Friday after talks with Democratic lawmakers on coronavirus relief broke down that he did not want to provide aid to Democratic-run cities and states and would go “a different way.”
U.S. President Donald Trump will host a visit of Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi to the White House on Aug. 20 to discuss challenges posed by the coronavirus pandemic as well as security, energy and economic issues, the White House said in statement on Friday.
Dozens of U.S. states, cities and counties on Friday urged a federal court to block President Donald Trump from carrying out what they called a “flagrantly unconstitutional” directive to exclude undocumented immigrants when apportioning congressional seats.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on Friday said all school districts in his state, once the epicenter of the nation’s COVID-19 crisis, could open for in-person learning in the fall based on their current low infection rates of the coronavirus.
U.S. President Donald Trump will hold a news conference at 7 p.m. EDT (2300 GMT) on Friday from his golf property in Bedminster, New Jersey, where he is spending the weekend, the White House said.
President Donald Trump’s ban on transactions using popular Chinese messaging app WeChat will cut ties to families and friends in China, millions of users in the U.S. fear, as they become the latest casualties in the standoff between the two nations.
A $1 billion project to harness carbon dioxide emissions from a Texas coal plant suffered chronic mechanical problems and routinely missed its targets before it was shut down this year, according to a U.S. Department of Energy report.
U.S. authorities have discovered an unfinished 1,300-foot (400-meter) tunnel under the U.S.-Mexico border, calling it an unusually sophisticated smuggling route complete with ventilation and a rail system.
Nearly 600 children were admitted to U.S. hospitals with a rare inflammatory syndrome associated with the novel coronavirus over four months during the peak of the pandemic, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said in a report on Friday.
In Portland, Oregon, where anti-racism protests have sometimes turned violent, a furry llama stands out from the crowd to bless demonstrators and law enforcement with soothing hugs.
A California woman who worked for the mastermind behind the U.S. college admissions scandal agreed to plead guilty to a racketeering conspiracy charge, federal prosecutors said on Friday.
The United States will need to have independent experts review COVID-19 vaccine candidates before approval, the country’s top drug regulator said on Friday, offering reassurance that his agency would not cut corners in the race to roll out a vaccine.
Twenty-eight U.S. farm groups asked the U.S. Department of Agriculture on Friday to extend the deadline for farmers to apply for coronavirus assistance payments and try harder to reach more growers hurt by the pandemic.
At least 100,000 people are expected to attend the 10-day annual Sturgis motorcycle rally in South Dakota’s Black Hills opening on Friday, with its economic heft overriding concerns it could be a coronavirus super-spreading event.
National Rifle Association members who have been alleging corruption within the gun lobby’s leadership for years have cautiously welcomed a lawsuit from New York state that threatens to dissolve the foremost champion of gun rights in the United States.
A federal judge on Friday granted the U.S. government’s request to immediately end the Paramount Decrees, a set of antitrust rules from the late 1940s and early 1950s that ended Hollywood’s monopoly on producing, distributing and exhibiting movies.
The head of the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) on Friday said the agency faces a “dire” financial position even as it posted a slightly narrower third-quarter loss amid soaring package demand during the coronavirus pandemic.
Portland protesters aggressively confronted two elderly women who reportedly tried to stop some of the flagrant criminal activity
Attorney General William Barr stopped to thank a group rallying in support of the police in front of a police precinct in Virginia, according to a video captured by Justice Department spokeswoman Kerri Kupec.
A U.S. appeals court on Friday dealt the administration of President Donald Trump a major legal setback, ruling against its bid to block a Democratic-led congressional panel’s subpoena for testimony from former White House Counsel Donald McGahn.
Biogen Inc and Japan’s Eisai Co Ltd said on Friday the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has granted an expedited review for the marketing application of their potential blockbuster Alzheimer’s drug aducanumab.
Former U.S. National Security Advisor Brent Scowcroft, who served two presidents in that job and played a central role in the first U.S. war in Iraq in the 1990s, died on Thursday at age 95, a spokesman for former President George H.W. Bush said on Friday.
First Oprah Winfrey gave up her usual place on the cover of O magazine to Breonna Taylor. Now she is posting billboards of the slain emergency room technician, seeking criminal charges for the police who killed the Black woman in her own apartment.
Qatar Airways will resume flights to two additional destinations in the United States, Houston and Philadelphia, from Aug. 12, the company said on Friday.
The gap in the U.S. jobless rate between whites and Blacks widened for a third straight month in July, making the gulf between the races the widest in more than five years, Labor Department data released on Friday showed.
U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer urged the White House to join them again on Friday in talks on proposals for coronavirus relief.
White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said more talks were expected on Friday between the White House and Democrats on further coronavirus relief aid after negotiations appeared to have stalled the day before.
With congressional Democrats and White House negotiators so far unable to agree on a deal to salve the heavy economic toll of the coronavirus pandemic, President Donald Trump has threatened to bypass Congress with an executive order.
Electricity provider Con Edison said in a tweet that it is investigating a power outage in Manhattan Friday morning.
The U.S. is projected to see the worst reversal of fortune this year