Trump claims he just happened to be inspecting the White House bunker, not hiding in it, during Friday's huge protests in DC
Trump in a Fox News Radio interview with Brian Kilmeade said that his visit to the bunker was during the day and "much more for an inspection."
Trump's Pentagon chief opposes Insurrection Act, says sending in active-duty troops to tackle unrest should be 'last resort'
Esper said sending in the active-duty military should only be done "in the most urgent and dire of situations."
Research shows there are at least 6 proven ways to reduce police brutality — and 2 strategies that don't work
Body cams and bias trainings don't work well. Strict policies around use of force, as well as federal oversight and police union contracts, do.
Davos, the elite conference attended by billionaires and heads of state, will allow anyone to attend virtually in 2021
In years past, armed guards blocked access to the event's host city for the duration of the conference.
Despite a decline leveling off at around 20,000 new cases a day as states reopen, infections are climbing in some parts of the country.
The US plans to ban Chinese passenger airlines, retaliating as Chinaa彩平台 hinders US airlines from resuming flights to its country
The US ban on Chinese passenger airlines comes as the latest in a tit-for-tat between the two countries as tensions mount.
A former Bloomberg saleswoman says male employees encouraged women to "dress provocatively," ranked "Hot Bloomberg Girls," used the internal chat system to "stalk" women, and looked up skirts, according to a lawsuit
Bloomberg LP has been sued yet again, this time by a woman who claims she was sexually harassed and retaliated against for complaining.
NYC mayor Bill de Blasio and his family have been at the forefront of the city's political scene since he first assumed office.
The architect of Sweden's no-lockdown plan suggested the strategy was a mistake based on what we now know about the coronavirus
State epidemiologist Anders Tegnell said if Sweden had had the knowledge it had today, its response would have likely been harsher.
Chinaa彩平台 warns the UK to 'step back from the brink' after Boris Johnson offers 3 million Hong Kong citizens refuge in Britain
The move dramatically escalates the growing row between Beijing and London.
Palantir has faced scrutiny over its military contracts and ties to Cambridge Analytica.
Teresa Leger Fernandez defeats Valerie Plame in the Democratic primary for New Mexico's third district
New Mexico's third district is overwhelmingly Democratic, meaning Leger Fernandez is heavily favored to win the general election.
Herrell defeated Claire Chase and Chris Mathys in the GOP primary for a top swing district Democrats narrowly won back in 2018.
Boris Johnson told Italy's prime minister the UK had been aiming for coronavirus herd immunity, new documentary reveals
Italian health minister Pierpaolo Sileri said Johnson's early COVID-19 plan was pursuing herd immunity in an interview with Channel 4's Dispatches.
This American flag is 100-feet taller than the Statue of Liberty and weighs in at 340 pounds, according to the company.
Trump tweets that the RNC was 'forced to seek another state' for convention as North Carolina says it will stick to COVID-19 measures
Gov. Cooper responded to Trump's tweets, saying that it was "unfortunate" that they couldn't reach an agreement on a scaled-down version of the RNC.
The Justice Department reportedly granted DEA temporary power to conduct 'covert surveillance' on demonstrators at the George Floyd protests
Three DEA sources told Buzzfeed News that it exemplifies the DOJ potentially abusing its power to smear the protests protected by the First Amendment.
The US military moved 1,600 soldiers into positions outside the nation's capital and has them on alert to respond to protests if necessary
The Pentagon says these troops, which include a quick-reaction force, were brought in as "a prudent planning measure."
Embattled Rep. Steve King is defeated by GOP primary challenger Randy Feenstra in Iowa's 4th congressional district
King, who has a years-long history of making racist and incendiary comments, was stripped of his committee assignments in January 2019.
This year, Montana has highly competitive races for its governorship, the US Senate seat held by Sen. Steve Daines, and its open at-large House district.
Thousands protested outside Los Angeles mayor's house, as the public also voiced outrage at LAPD during an emotional Zoom town hall
The peaceful protest outside LA Mayor Eric Garcetti's official residence only grew as the 6 p.m. local time curfew approached.
Defense Secretary Mark Esper says he 'didn't know' where he was going when he walked with Trump through a park aggressively cleared of protesters moments before
Esper said he thought he was going to look at a vandalized bathroom in the park and had 'no idea' protesters had been forcefully removed.
FBI 'has no intelligence' indicating Antifa was linked to weekend violence in the George Floyd protests, despite Trump and Republicans' claims
The FBI and other federal agencies have warned, however, that far-right groups will try to incite violence in the George Floyd protests.
GOP Sen. Joni Ernst is among the Republicans fighting for re-election in a tough race as the coronavirus pandemic puts her seat in play.
"You may not have been able to stop President Trump from directing this appalling use of force, but you could have chosen to oppose it," he wrote.
LIVE UPDATES: Republican Victoria Spartz and Democrat Christina Hale win their respective primaries in Indiana's 5th congressional district
Spartz and Hale will face off this November in the traditionally red seat in the Indianapolis suburbs and exurbs, to replace retiring GOP Rep. Susan Brooks.
"Our Air Force is a reflection of our society, so, by extension, this is an Air Force issue," one Air Force official said on Facebook.
Polls closed at 8 p.m. ET, but several races will not be called until next week after the governor allowed absentee ballots in some counties to be accepted through June 9.
Trump is using thousands of US government workers to quell protests. His critics label it a 'dictator' move.
The National Guard patrols D.C and military helicopters buzz over Washington as Trump seeks to impose "law and order" on thousands of protesters.
'Lay down your arms, uphold your oath': Former military leaders and lawmakers resoundingly blast Trump's idea of deploying US troops on American streets
"I call on all our proud young men and women in uniform ... to lay down your arms, uphold your oath, and join this new march for freedom."
Nine states and the District of Columbia are holding presidential, congressional and/or other down-ballot primaries. Follow along for live results here.
The US Air Force's top general says all Americans 'should be outraged' by George Floyd's death and the actions of the police
"There is no room for bigotry, hatred or small mindedness in our force. Period. Every member of our team needs to know we have their back," he said.
'We don't know any more than you know': Lawmakers in the dark about how Trump is using military against protests
The White House and the Pentagon haven't explained how the US military will be used in response to nationwide protests, a top Democrat said Tuesday.
Trump's tear gas photo-op was 'frightening' to authoritarianism experts, who warn that his behavior will only get worse without 'fierce opposition'
Some scholars say Trump is too erratic and incoherent to be labeled an authoritarian, but that it doesn't make him "any less dangerous."
George W. Bush says it remains a 'shocking failure' that African Americans are 'harassed and threatened in their own country'
"It remains a shocking failure that many African Americans ... are harassed and threatened in their own country," Bush said.
The Trump administration was just hit with the first lawsuit challenging its executive order targeting social-media companies
The lawsuit argues that Trump's executive order violates the First Amendment.
Police in Columbus identify a 'person of interest' that Donald Trump called an 'anarchist' on Twitter
Columbus police say they have "identified" the man, who was initially misidentified as The Nationals lead singer Aaron Dessner.
Gun sales are surging amid protests across the US, and one Wall Street analyst says Joe Biden's polling lead could accelerate them even more
Gun stocks have easily outperformed the market at large since March as firearm purchases soar in the wake of coronavirus lockdowns.
Army researchers say it's 'reasonable to expect' some form of coronavirus vaccine by the end of the year
It's "reasonable to expect that there will be some form of a vaccine that could be available," a senior Army vaccine researcher said Tuesday.
Companies are pushing for new protections from coronavirus lawsuits, and Senate Republicans agree. Here's everything we know about what's in the works.
Businesses are worried about facing lawsuits if customers or workers get sick from the coronavirus. Republicans are working on a plan to help.
Democratic Congressman Elliot Engel caught on a hot mic saying he 'wouldn't care' to speak about Black Lives Matter protests if he wasn't facing a primary challenge
Engel is facing his first strong primary challenge in 20 years from Jamaal Bowman, a progressive former Bronx middle school principal.
Meena Harris pivoted from her career as a lawyer to embarking on a new venture as a social justice entrepreneur.
'I don't know. I wasn't there': Most GOP Senators decline to condemn law enforcement tear-gassing peaceful protesters for Trump's church photo op
Two GOP Senators both told NBC that they couldn't stop to comment on the matter because they were "late for lunch."
Mark Zuckerberg defends Facebook's decision to allow Trump's post in internal meeting even as employees protest and resign
Facebook is facing the largest employee revolt in its 16-year history. Some have staged virtual protests over the decision, and some have resigned.
House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, Speaker Nancy's Pelosi's top deputy, is facing his strongest Democratic primary challenge in several cycles.
Because of the pandemic, the city will for the first time conduct the election largely with mail-in ballots, delaying final results.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was speechless for over 20 seconds after he was asked to respond to the use of force on peaceful protesters in DC so Trump could pose for a photo
Justin Trudeau paused for over 20 seconds before responding: "We all watch in horror and consternation what's going on in the United States."
A Facebook software engineer publicly resigned in protest over the social network's 'propagation of weaponized hatred'
Facebook is facing an unprecedented employee revolt — and now workers are starting to resign.
Pentagon officials try to distance the military's top leaders from Trump's controversial photo-op and the forceful clearing of protesters
A senior official reportedly said Esper and Milley thought they were going out to see troops when federal police forcibly cleared demonstrators.