Terrorism experts fear outbreak of violence by pro-Trump 'Boogaloo' fans around 2020 election
It’s not a secret that Donald Trump has been winking and nudging his True Believers with the suggestion that maybe they should start using their guns and other kinds of violence to defend his presidency. So it probably is no surprise that terrorism experts believe some of those same people are indeed preparing to engage in domestic terrorism around the 2020 election. “Both the anti-quarantine protests that the far-right orchestrated in April and May and the recent civil unrest have accelerate...
Police unions have helped shield officers from accountability. Now they’re facing unprecedented backlash
More than 85% of police contracts in major cities around the country include language limiting oversight or discipline of officers, according to an analysis by Campaign Zero, a criminal justice reform advocacy group.
Have Americans Warmed to Calls to ‘Defund the Police’?
As they learn more about it, voters have shown some receptiveness to the phrase, polling suggests. But they largely want to reinvest resources, not eliminate departments.
Laid-off Boeing workers to get extra federal help that doubles what most unemployed get
Boeing workers will be eligible for benefits for nearly twice as long as most other recently laid-off workers, under a program meant to protect workers hurt by foreign competition, not by virus-driven industry downturns.
Gov. Inslee will require Washington businesses to turn away customers without coronavirus facial coverings
As cases rise, Inslee adds requirements for businesses and prepares changes to Washington’s coronavirus reopening plan
Coronavirus testing supplies from the Trump administration are arriving unlabeled or poorly packaged, state health secretary sa
A day after her potentially explosive book gets go-ahead, Mary Trump asks court to lift restraining order against her
Mary Trump once stood up to her uncle Donald. Now her book describes a ‘nightmare’ of family dysfunction.
Democrats say troop threats should be pursued 'relentlessly'
Pelosi and Schumer said Trump, who has downplayed the threat, was "soft" on Russian President Vladimir Putin and distracted by less important issues