With just weeks to go until Election Day, Democrat Joe Biden clapped back at Donald Trump over Trump's criticism that Biden's anti-vaccine in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
She may have spoken for a few short minutes, but who could have guessed that Abby Johnson could have done so much political damage in so short a time?
Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden made good on his pledge to name a woman as his running mate by selecting his one-time rival, Sen Kamala Harris of California.
In an interview with CNN's Don Lemon, Actor Terry Crews rather controversially questioned the agenda of the Black Lives Matter organization.
Conservatives and Republicans have been wrong to frame the issue of wearing face masks as one of "freedom," when it's more properly one of public safety, according to a former Republican congressman.
Despite requests from tribal officials to stay away, Donald Trump visited Mt Rushmore in South Dakota for an observance of Independence Day which amounted to nothing more than the latest salvo in Trump's culture war.
Rep. Slotkin on Russia Offering Bounties To Kill Americans: ‘Mind-Blowing’ That this Was Left Unanswered
Among those lawmakers of both parties on Capitol Hill angered by a report that Russian operatives paid Afghan insurgents bounties for targeting American troops is a House Democrat who is a former CIA officer and Defense Department official.
Columnist Clarence Page on Juneteenth Rallies, Protests: ‘This Younger Generation Giving Me a Lot of Hope for the Future’
The Black Lives Matter protests have been a real historical watershed moment in US history, according to Pulitzer Prize-winning newspaper columnist Clarence Page.
The Black Lives Matter protests which have broken out nationwide, including Seattle, Wash., in the wake of the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis police custody, will no doubt change the course of US policing, according to Carmen Best, chief of the Seattle police department since 2018.
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As he delivered the eulogy at George Floyd's funeral, the Rev Al Sharpton touched on NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell's recent apology for the league's treatment of quarterback Colin Kaepernick, saying that instead of apologizing, a pro team ought to sign the former San Francisco 49er.