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Black Lives Matter protests taking place in the UK took a violent turn, with police officers guarding Boris Johnson's Office attacked.
"American Horror Story" actor Evan Peters has apologized for retweeting a message praising the police for tackling and detaining looters during the ongoing nationwide riots.
Ferguson, Missouri, made history Tuesday when it elected city council member Ella Jones as its first ever black mayor.
Wednesday on CNN’s “New Day,” House Majority Whip James Clyburn (R-SC) said he gives President Donald Trump low marks. However, he indicated Trump had not reached the same level as one of his predecessors, Woodrow Wilson. Clyburn accused Trump of
Google is facing a $5 billion class-action lawsuit over allegations that the internet giant invaded the privacy of millions of users by tracking their internet usage through Chrome browsers that were set to private or "incognito" mode.
President Donald Trump in an interview on Tuesday mocked former Vice President Joe Biden for continuing to wear a mask.
Defense Secretary Mark Esper told Pentagon reporters at a briefing Wednesday morning that he was not aware he would be accompanying President Trump to St. John's church for a "photo op" on Monday.
"I've always felt that he got away with murder, that was my feeling, a very strong feeling," Trump said in an interview with Fox News host Brian Kilmeade's radio show.
Polling across six swing states shows a tightening presidential race, as President Trump and Joe Biden (D) find themselves neck and neck, according to a Change Research/CNBC survey released this week.
Protester Zachary Bornstein was arrested on felony charges of defacing a monument on the campus of the University of Mississippi on Saturday. Bornstein reportedly teaches geometry to junior high school students in Hollandale, Mississippi. In response to the vandalism, the university has decided to relocate the monument.
During a June 3 interview on the Brian Kilmeade Show, President Trump observed that Americans buy guns for safety, yet Democrats want to take them away.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has been criticized by civil rights leaders and faced internal turmoil with employees over his decision on how to handle President Donald Trump's posts on his platform. Civil rights groups issued a joint statement after meeting with Zuckerberg stating: "We are disappointed and stunned by Mark's incomprehensible explanations for allowing the Trump posts to remain up."
A man is facing federal charges after he allegedly set fire to a Chicago Police Department car — all while wearing a Joker mask, which partially obscured his face.
A new poll has revealed that young and college-educated Americans are more likely to support the recent riots that have taken place in major cities around the nation. 58 percent of respondents with a four-year degree agreed that riots are "fully or partially justified," including such acts as burning a police station down.
Holding back tears, actor Ashton Kutcher said in an emotional video that people saying "All Lives Matter" as pushback against the phrase "Black Lives Matter" need to be educated on race relations rather than canceled or attacked.
TEL AVIV - Iran, Russia, China, and Turkey are celebrating the "collapse" of the U.S., the Jerusalem Post reported, with the aim of furthering their own economic interests and engaging in an Middle East arms race.
The U.S. services sector rebounded more than expected in May from April’s steep decline. The sector shrank for a second consecutive month in May, according to the monthly survey of non-manufacturing businesses conducted by the Institute for Supply Management. But
Tuesday on CNN, syndicated radio host Charlamagne tha God called presumptive Democratic Party nominee Joe Biden's legislative history in the Senate "racist."
Social media giant Twitter recently claimed that it's not attempting to take down all misinformation on the platform, only that with "the highest potential for harm." Breitbart News has documented numerous examples of misinformation that did not receive a "fact check" by Twitter, as well as for threats of violence that remained on the platform for extended periods.
The Chancellor has found an ingenious scheme to ensure the UK never recovers from the lockdown: a 'green industrial revolution.'