Kenosha Shooter’s Defense Portrays Him as American Patriot
The dramatic rhetoric has helped raise nearly $2 million to pay for the 17-year-old’s defense against homicide charges in the killing of two protesters.
McConnell, Pelosi Dispute Trump, Vow Peaceful Power Transfer
Sen. Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., vowed an “orderly transition” as has been done since the nation's founding.
Trump Won’t Commit to Peaceful Transfer of Power if He Loses
The president, who uses mail-in voting himself, has baselessly claimed widespread mail voting will lead to massive fraud.
Wyoming Utility Supports Recycling Wind Turbine Blades
Some wind energy critics have raised concerns over the environmental ramifications of having a buildup of blades.
Grand Jury Indicts 1 Police Officer in Breonna Taylor Death
A grand jury has indicted one officer on criminal charges six months after Breonna Taylor was fatally shot by police in Kentucky.
Frenemies: Romney, GOP Reunite on Plan for Ginsburg Seat
The president said he expects to name his nominee on Saturday.
‘Unfathomable’ US Death Total From Coronavirus Hits 200K
That's according to the count kept by Johns Hopkins University, based on figures from state health authorities.
Romney OKs Voting on Court Nominee, All but Assures Approval
That all but ensures President Donald Trump has the backing needed to push the nomination over Democratic objections so close to the November election.
Cuban-American Judge From Florida on Trump List for High Court
Trump said Monday he has about five people on the shortlist.
Closing Time: UK Pubs Must Close Early as COVID Cases Soar
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is set to announce new measures on Tuesday.