Several faith leaders, Democrats and some Republicans have voiced dismay about the nakedly political optics of the president brandishing a Bible after threatening to deploy the military against protesters.
Banging on fences erected near the White House and marching through the city to the U.S. Capitol, the largely peaceful protesters included high schoolers and stay-at-home moms, young parents and toddlers, elderly couples and large families.
Attorney General William P. Barr’s personal directive, according to a Justice Department official, prompted a show of aggression against a crowd of largely peaceful protesters that drew widespread condemnation.
Democrats have said they are expanding their investigation into the firing of former inspector general Steve Linick as they try to learn more about the sidelining of independent watchdogs in several agencies.
While protests against police violence and racial discrimination are common in France, community organizers say they have struggled to achieve the sort of recognition and outcry of support that U.S. activists have gotten.
The owner of a Louisville barbecue spot was shot in an exchange of gunfire with police and members of the National Guard, fueling unrest in a city already roiled by protests over police-involved violence.
The administration is investigating digital services taxes being enforced or considered by several U.S. trading partners, signaling that the president is determined to pursue his “America First” trade offensive despite a pandemic and the worst social unrest in more than half a century.
A Washington-based tech group supported by Facebook and Google is arguing that President Trump’s order threatens to “curtail and chill constitutionally protected speech” during the 2020 presidential election.
We’re all living in a takeout world these days. But there’s one simple way to relive the clatter of plates, the buzz of a packed restaurant and the pleasure of sitting down to a meal with loved ones, and that’s just by firing up a film.