In an exclusive interview, Kyle Rittenhouse said he bought a gun with stimulus money. The first man he shot had just left a psychiatric hospital.
The letter carrier told investigators on Monday that his allegations were based on ‘assumptions’ after he overheard snippets of a conversation among co-workers standing nearly out of earshot in a noisy mail facility in Erie, Pa.
A Pennsylvania postal worker whose claims have been cited by top Republicans as potential evidence of widespread voting irregularities recanted to U.S. Postal Service investigators.
The president’s allies pushed unsubstantiated claims their observers at Philadelphia vote counting were barred.
Voters encounter disparate pandemic policies depending on where they live.
The men protested Michigan’s lockdown and increasingly wore clothing associated with the "boogaloo" movement in the months before they were charged in cases related to a plot to kidnap the governor.
These Americans will have to navigate unfamiliar territory and overcome multiple hurdles.
The Utah Citizens' Alarm is a self-styled militia that formed in response to protests for racial justice this spring.
The campaign signed an agreement pledging to limit attendance at the Duluth, Minn., event to 250 people. Officials estimate more than 2,500 came.
Analysis of arrests in 15 cities reveals most George Floyd protesters were charged with misdemeanors and lived within the metro area where they were arrested
The incident comes as tensions have flared at other early-voting sites across the country after President Trump called on his supporters to monitor polling places for potential fraud.
The footage, covering dozens of hours of Council for National Policy meetings in February and in August, offers an inside view of the group’s obsessions, fears and plans at a pivotal moment in the conservative movement.
Barrett has had an active role in the organization, as have her parents, according to documents and interviews that help to fill out a picture of her involvement with a group that keeps its teachings and gatherings private.
Videos and photos show president frequently flouted guidelines
Carole Griffin of Alabama alleged that Truman A. Morrison III assaulted her when she was 16 and he was 32. Morrison said “sexual touching” of the teenager was “wrongheaded” but said he does not believe he forced himself on her.
Candidates and their guests were on the honor system and, unlike other attendees, were not required to be tested ahead of time by the Cleveland Clinic, a sponsor of the debate.
Over the summer, the president drew on an obscure law to summon National Guard troops from across the country, a request that split states along partisan lines, according to interviews and internal Guard documents.
Working from home, government officials scramble to keep up with requests.
A stranger attacks a jogger in D.C., sparking a four-year courtroom saga and a campaign for justice.
President Trump’s potential Supreme Court pick could face scrutiny for staying on — and becoming a key voice — in a federal court decision expected to limit voting by poor former inmates.