Hundreds Ransack Downtown Chicago Businesses After Shooting
Over several hours, police made more than 100 arrests, and 13 officers were injured, including one who was struck in the head with a bottle.
Postal Service Emerges as Flashpoint Heading Into Election
The current signs aren't promising. Mail is piling up.
Native Mascots Still a Sticking Point in High School Sports
Momentum is building during a nationwide push for racial justice following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis and the NFL team in Washington dropping the Redskins name.
US Tops 5 Million Confirmed Virus Cases, to Europe’s Alarm
Much of the incredulity stems from the fact that America had the benefit of time, European experience and medical know-how to treat the virus.
Pres. Trump’s End-Run Around Congress Raises Questions
Democratic leaders are calling it a pre-election ploy that would burden cash-strapped states.
States Race to Pass Policing Reforms After George Floyd’s Death
Law enforcement’s reaction to the state-level push has been mixed, with police groups supporting some measures and opposing others.
Schools Face Big Virus Test as Students Return to Classroom
Some administrators warn parents to expect periodic closures of classrooms or entire schools.
AP Fact Check: Trump Misleads on Mail Ballots, Virus Vaccine
It was a week of relentless attacks by President Donald Trump and his allies on mail-in voting for the November election, and truth took a beating at every turn.
Virus Aid Talks Collapse; No Help Expected for Jobless Now
That’s after a last-ditch effort by Democrats to revive collapsing Capitol Hill talks on vital COVID-19 rescue money ended in disappointment.
Q&A: What’s up With Trump’s Orders on TikTok and WeChat?
But it’s far from clear what the administration intends to actually do.