On Thursday night, Louisville police arrested Kentucky state Rep. Attica Scott (D) along with a handful of other protesters.

“They’re applying on-campus rules to these children, even though they’re learning virtually in their own homes,” said the family's attorney, Chelsea Cusimano.

The officer, whose name has not been made public, is now also the subject of an independent investigation from the King County Sheriff’s Office at the request of Seattle police, the department said in a news release.


Ma'Kiya Congious, 19, is the latest in a long series of employees who have been fired or disciplined for using their face masks to express support for the Black Lives Matter movement.

Missouri Gov. Mike Parson (R) is in quarantine, causing him to postpone campaign events and reschedule the gubernatorial debate.

“The biggest challenge for us that we’re experiencing right now is people are just being dishonest,” said Washington Ozaukee Public Health Department Officer Kirsten Johnson.

As the Trump administration blazes forward on its efforts to build a wall at the U.S.-Mexico border, the clash at Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument on Monday underscores escalating efforts by Indigenous groups to protect their ancestral lands.

So much vitriol has flowed at the couple, who weren’t identified by police, that authorities are urging locals to accept that family will now face some justice in court.

Tony Spell, the pastor at Life Tabernacle Church, was charged in March with six misdemeanors for allegedly violating a state emergency order.

Kentucky’s largest city is bracing for what may be the most explosive development yet in the high-profile fallout over Taylor’s death.

Lambda Chi Alpha is self-suspended indefinitely, and the university's Equal Opportunity Office is investigating the matter.

In front of a large crowd of mostly maskless supporters not adhering to social distancing in Swanton, Ohio, Trump again publicly downplayed the pandemic.

On Monday, the Texas Rangers arrested Falls County Sheriff Ricky Scaman on sexual assault and other charges after two other government employees said he groped them and verbally harassed them

Jay Butler, the CDC’s deputy director for infectious disease, said the Friday update saying it was “possible” that the virus spreads via airborne transmission was posted in error.

The charges have renewed calls for Kentucky state Rep. Robert Goforth, a staunch Trump supporter who had previously been accused of sexual assault, to resign.

Jake Gardner had died “at his own hand,” his attorney announced, on the same day he was scheduled to return to Omaha to face four felony charges, including manslaughter, in the May death of James Scurlock.

Almost 30 students were sent home to quarantine for two weeks after a student went to class days after a positive test for the novel coronavirus.

Both the FBI and local law enforcement in Oregon have urged people to stop spreading false claims that extremists are starting wildfires.

A self-proclaimed “no-masker,” Paul Van Noy told the worshipers gathered at Candlelight Christian Fellowship on July 22 that his first reaction to the threat of a local mask ordinance was that he would resist complying with it.

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