Monthly Archives: July, 2020
Herman Cain, the former Republican presidential candidate and affable business magnate, died Thursday after being hospitalized for coronavirus. Cain, 74, first went to an Atlanta hospital for treatment on July 1, his staff had said.
Members of the Minneapolis City Council supported the idea of abolishing their city’s police department after George Floyd‘s death in police custody, but a recent vote indicates that the city may not be in any rush to follow through with the plan.
Seattle police who executed a search warrant of a van abandoned near a series of weekend fires recovered pyrotechnics, weaponry and riot gear believed to have been used during demonstrations in the area, officials announced.
Political investments made over several years by George Soros and other left-wing donors to support district attorneys may be starting to pay off as many push for new practices that would reduce prosecutions and incarcerations, Fox News reports.
Tuesday Instagram reportedly flagged a post on Madonna’s account after the iconic singer reposted the same coronavirus video that was shared by President Trump that prompted Twitter to remove his tweet.
Detroit Police Chief James Craig joined “Tucker Carlson Tonight” Tuesday to discuss why the city has been spared the violent protests happening in other urban centers across the U.S.
The United States has the “right attorney general at the right time,” referring to William Barr’s testimony at the House Judiciary Committee yesterday, Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C., said on Wednesday.
Democrat lawmakers in California are looking at a plan to provide up to $600 in weekly unemployment payments to jobless state residents if Congress does not renew the benefit.
A fresh round of stimulus checks for Americans still reeling from the coronavirus pandemic is seeming more and more likely.
Thousands of Christians across California continue to sing and hold worship services in defiance of Gov. Gavin Newsom‘s coronavirus lockdown guidelines.