Chicago had at least 106 people shot, 13 of them fatally, over Father's Day weekend.
Video from Columbus, Ohio shows dozens of police officers aggressively dispersing a crowd with pepper spray, including a man who is a double amputee.
White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said a second stimulus package will not come until after July and will focus on small businesses and investors.
An ad published in The Tennessean warned "Islam" is going to set off a nuclear bomb in Nashville on July 18.
White House Trade Advisor Peter Navarro rebuffed criticism over President Donald Trump asking to slow coronavirus testing down.
House Judiciary Chairman Jerrold Nadler said Attorney General Bill Barr deserves impeachment, but such a move is futile due to the GOP Senate majority.
A solid majority of Americans say they disapprove of the job the president has done in response to the pandemic.
Tulsa County set a third-straight daily record for new coronavirus cases this weekend just as thousands of rallygoers descend upon the city for President Donald Trump's first campaign rally in months.
A federal judge denied the Trump administration's request to block publication of former national security adviser John Bolton's book set for release on Tuesday.
At least two people were shot and one was killed inside Seattle's Capitol Hill Organized Protest (CHOP) area early Saturday morning, and police say they are investigating despite abandoning the closest station to protesters earlier this month.
Only 14 percent of Americans say they are very happy with their lives, according to a new nationwide tracking survey which found U.S. adults are the unhappiest they've been since 1972.
A white Virginia man was charged with multiple misdemeanor counts of brandishing a firearm that he pointed at four black men on bikes who the suspect said were on "private property."
The Russian president touted his government's ability to contain and minimize coronavirus deaths better than the United States, despite his country's reported death toll being widely criticized internationally.
Senator James Lankford said he supports passing federal legislation to ban the use of police chokeholds across the United States.
The congressman said that protesters should aim to "deconstruct" the U.S. policing system that targets young black people, not to simply "defund the police."
At least seven police officers in Minneapolis have resigned from the department amid protests over the May 25 death of George Floyd, and city officials say six more are currently in the process of leaving.
Several men in New Jersey mocked anti-police brutality protesters by re-enacting the death of George Floyd, who was killed when several Minneapolis police officers pressed their knees into his neck and back on May 25.
Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear announced his administration will begin working to end health care inequalities in black communities, with the aim of providing coverage to "100 percent" of the state's African-American communities.
Local North Carolina officials have remained defiant, labeling the Democratic governor's executive order "unconstitutional," and setting up a political showdown across state government.
A final public viewing of George Floyd, whose May 25 death at the hands of Minneapolis police officers sparked national protests, will take place in Houston, Texas Monday afternoon.
About 650,000 people and counting have signed a petition demanding the Buffalo Police Department fire officer Aaron Torgalski, who was recorded on video last week shoving an elderly man to the ground as he attempted to hand back a helmet.
Colorado Republican State Senator Rob Woodward was criticized following a Friday Senate floor speech about a debt collection bill.
He defended use of force against Lafayette Park protesters last week prior to President Trump's St. John's Church photo-op.
The former secretary of state said he believes President Donald Trump tells lies constantly, because the Republican Party and the Congress let him do anything he wants.
Jacob Frey was met with profanities and kicked out of a Saturday protest after he was asked a yes-or-no question about abolishing the city's police department.
He offered a scathing rebuke Saturday of Chinese government officials and their country's state-run media outlets for producing "obscene propaganda" that looks to capitalize on U.S. civil unrest.
The Utah Republican senator continued offering his support for the George Floyd-inspired protests against racism and police brutality Saturday.
Police, business owners and protest organizers have prepared the District of Columbia for what may be the largest demonstrations yet against racism and law enforcement violence against black Americans.
Federal officers risk up to one year in prison and fines if they fail to help any individual in custody who suffers unnecessary pain, injury, or death as a result of the failure to obtain or provide immediate medical attention.
Only 3 percent of black Americans said they "strongly approve" of President Donald Trump's response to George Floyd's death and the ensuing protests the incident sparked.