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Jun 03 2020
In the aftermath of President Trump’s deplorable assault on peaceful demonstrators in Lafayette Square and his threat to use the military against Americans, we heard — finally — some candid and unvarnished discussion of police abuse from a surprising array of people.
Perhaps most important to the public debate were the voices of religious leaders who denounced Trump’s use of violenceJennifer Rubin
Sep 03 2019
Walmart on Tuesday announced major changes to its stance on ammunition sales, following two deadly and “horrific” shootings at Walmart stores over the summer.
The retailer is calling on the government to do more in the wake of a larger wave of mass shootings across the country, including one as recently as this weekend in Odessa, Texas.
Walmart is also asking customers at WalmartCNBC
Nov 24 2015
A Russian warplane was downed near the Syria-Turkey border Tuesday as Turkish officials said the country shot down a jet for violating its airspace according to reports.The Blaze
Nov 06 2020
Democratic lawmakers expressed frustration with party leaders over the loss of several congressional seats, saying House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and others oversold their prospects and didn’t adequately protect members from being attacked as socialists.
Party leaders had predicted gains in the House, but instead are taking losses. House Republicans had picked up a net gain of five seats byWall Street Journal (News)
Dec 02 2020
President Trump on Tuesday night threatened to veto a defense bill if it does not include the repeal of a legal shield for internet companies, throwing down the latest gauntlet in a fight over a piece of must-pass legislation.
Trump’s warning took aim at Section 230, which gives tech companies protections for third-party content posted on their platforms and allows them to make "goodThe Hill
Jul 14 2020
In the summer of 1832, a mysterious scourge that had come all the way from Asia loomed over the city of New York, having ravaged London, Paris, and Montreal. Medical officials collected data showing that the disease—cholera—was spreading along the newly opened Erie Canal and the Hudson River, heading straight to New York City. But New York’s leaders did not attempt to regulate traffic comingThe Nation
Sep 14 2017
President Trump’s supporters are apoplectic and lashing out at “Amnesty Don” for pursuing a deal with Democratic leaders to protect young immigrants who were brought to the U.S. illegally as children.The Hill
May 13 2020
Advice from the top U.S. disease control experts on how to safely reopen businesses and institutions during the coronavirus pandemic was more detailed and restrictive than the plan released by the White House last month.
The guidance, which was shelved by Trump administration officials, also offered recommendations to help communities decide when to shut facilities down again duringAssociated Press
Feb 21 2020
Saturday’s ‘first-in-the-west’ vote brings a diverse electorate more in line with the demographics of America and the party.
As Nevada prepares for the caucuses that could reshape the US presidential race, Democratic voters here remained divided on who is the best candidate to end the tumultuous presidency of Donald Trump.
But across the state, Democratic primary voters agreedThe Guardian
Jun 03 2019
Beijing’s latest missive struck a newly measured tone, despite accusing Washington of scuttling negotiations, while Mexico sends a delegation to Washington to discuss immigration issues
China and Mexico both signaled a willingness to negotiate with Washington over escalating trade issues, while the Trump administration took to the airwaves to defend its use of tariffs to gainWall Street Journal (News)