"We almost felt a duty to come down here to say this is how we do this peacefully.”
“It’s a ghost town."
The removals come after thousands of troops headed to the Capitol were vetted by the FBI for ties to extremist groups.
Park Police Officers Worried That Chronic Understaffing Could Endanger The Public. Then The Capitol Riot Happened.
“People were screaming for help on the radio. It was pure chaos. It sounded like officers were constantly asking for help in certain areas and things were totally out of control,” one officer said.
Trump supporters are planning and preparing for more inauguration-related rallies, but they will no longer be able to use GoFundMe to help them get there.
“Patriots inside, baby!” Derrick Evans, a newly elected member of the state's House of Delegates, shouted as he livestreamed on Facebook.
For Tammy Tate, a nurse at a Missouri hospital, this wave is like watching a train about to crash, knowing that it could be stopped in time — if people would listen.
The country’s third-largest police department notified employees of the ban after BuzzFeed News showed that its officers were using Clearview AI, a facial recognition platform that has taken data from Facebook and other social media platforms.
A confrontation in Arizona shows the messy and hostile reality of a country still divided.
While news junkies debate how accurate this year’s election forecasts were, experts warn the whole enterprise could be distorting the way candidates campaign and voters vote.
Pro-Trump demonstrators chanted to “stop the count” in Michigan, while in Arizona, armed supporters of the president yelled, “Count the votes!”
Prompted by misinformation about hidden and fake ballots, Michigan residents sent callouts on Facebook for help to challenge the vote counting process.
We've made it to Election Day and it hasn't been easy (understatement of 2020), but concerns about incidents at polling places are still very real. Here's what to do if you feel threatened trying to vote.
They Don’t Trust The Government Or The Police To Protect Them After The Election, So They’re Taking Matters Into Their Own Hands
"We are preparing for an extended period of protest that will make the summer look like camp. People have this idea that it’s all going to be over after the election. It’s not," a BLM activist said.
“Unfortunately, this is a Utah product,” US Attorney John Huber said. “White supremacy gangs, we own it and we aren’t proud of it.”
Trump Said Don’t Let COVID Dominate Your Life. These Millennials Don’t Know If They Will Ever Get Better.
“Why is his life more valuable than mine? Then he mocks this illness that has ruined my life.”
The company’s new funding announcement identifies two previously unknown board members.
Dozens of older adults with disabilities waited up to 72 hours for assistance without food, water, or power. A variety of federal, state, and local agencies essentially said the residents' welfare was not their responsibility.
In New Orleans, Carrie Stuckwisch is exhausted. She's worn out from months of post-COVID-19 symptoms. She's tired of people not believing her. And she's weary that she and others in the Burnout Generation are starting over, yet again.
Rosalie Lewis, a trailblazing postal service worker, her husband, and three of her family members died from inhaling generator fumes.