Portland rioters hurled a massive Molotov cocktail into a crowd of officers, broke windows and lit part of a police precinct on fire in riots that followed a grand jury’s decision to indict one of three Louisville police officers involved in the March death of Breonna Taylor.
President Donald Trump announced Wednesday that he will sign an executive order to ensure that babies who are born alive receive proper medical care.
New Jersey ranked the worst, having the highest taxpayer burden of $57,900 per taxpayer, meaning each taxpayer would need to pay $57,900 to pay New Jersey’s debt. Rounding out the bottom 10 were Delaware, Kentucky, California, Vermont and New York.
The First Circuit Court of Appeals in Boston has ruled that private sector workers who have refrained from union membership cannot be charged for union lobbying as a condition of employment.
If President Donald Trump replaces the deceased Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg with a conservative stalwart, then attempts to pull back on the president’s environmental regulatory rollbacks through the courts could be thwarted, some academics and legal experts say.
Sixty-one percent of Americans surveyed now say that they would not get a first-generation coronavirus vaccine as soon as it available, an Axios-Ipsos poll shows.
Former vice president Joe Biden said in 2016 that he would have considered a Supreme Court justice nominee in an election year if the president had consulted the Senate on the nominee.
The Black Lives Matter movement is linked to more than nine-in-10 riots across the country, according to a recent study.
Support for the Black Lives Matter movement has fallen since June, dropping more than 12 percentage points over the past three months among non-black Americans, according to a poll published Thursday.
States that enforced certificate of need (CON) laws during coronavirus shutdowns increased mortality rates for COVID-19 patients and others, a new assessment of state laws has found.
The state of education in New Hampshire in the age of COVID-19 is a tale of two opposites. Public schools throughout the Granite State are struggling to keep students, while its private schools are enjoying an increase in enrollment.