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.
10 People Are Dead And Hundreds Of Thousands Are Without Power After Hurricane Laura Pummeled Louisiana
“Putting my life back together seems like an impossible task right now,” one resident said. “It’s going to take a long time for everyone to rebuild and move on.”
The Fires Burning In California Right Now Are Already Among The Worst In History And The Season Is Just Starting
Destructive groups of simultaneously burning wildfires have torched more than 1 million acres — about the size of Rhode Island.
COVID Is Making Younger, Healthy People Debilitatingly Sick For Months. Now They’re Fighting For Recognition.
Across the globe, scores of COVID “long-haulers” have been fighting for doctors to believe and help them. On Friday, they finally got a meeting with the World Health Organization.
Brian Kolfage filled the board of directors with Trump supporters, visited the White House, and was often photographed with members of the Trump family.
FEMA Told Congress It Had “Very Little Knowledge” About The Coronavirus Response Before March. New Documents Show It’s Been Deeply Involved Since The Beginning.
“In my mind, this is kinda like a hurricane brewing off the coast of Africa with potentially huge effects that could develop very fast," a FEMA official wrote in an email on Feb. 3.
"We just started this process, and frankly we have no choice but to get involved," Trump said. "This bloodshed must end. It will end."
The retail giant's policies require workers to look “professional,” but employees say managers ignored it until some employees started wearing masks that Costco calls “political.”
Following a BuzzFeed News investigation into donor confusion between the California-based foundation and the Black Lives Matter movement, authorities are stepping in.
"The Black Lives Matter Foundation" Raised Millions. It's Not Affiliated With The Black Lives Matter Movement.
Employees of Apple, Google, and Microsoft have raised millions of dollars for the Black Lives Matter Foundation thinking it's the international racial justice movement seeking to end police brutality. That couldn’t be further from the truth.
Beyoncé sent a letter to Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron urging him "to bring justice for Breonna Taylor, and demonstrate the value of a Black woman's life."
Police Said A Black Man Hanged Himself. Officials Are Calling For An Outside Investigation Into His Death.
"My brother was not suicidal," the man's sister said during a rally. "He wasn't."
“We cannot live in fear, because when we live in fear, we are being controlled,” said Moore County Clerk Brenda McKanna. “Even if I get it a second time, I’m for our nation opening back up.”