Taylor's death, along with George Floyd and Ahmaud Arbery's, sparked national protests and calls for police reform.
The Massachusetts senator's proposed legislation could cost Donald Trump around $39 million.
The first president to have his photograph taken while in office was William Henry Harrison.
The French health minister, Croatian finance minister and Greek prime minister are receiving a lot of attention for their vaccination photos.
In an age of unprecedented government spending and debt—and unconstitutional government power and control—more members of Congress become millionaires while in office than ever before.
It all started with an angry tweet from Dean Browning, who unsuccessfully ran for congress earlier this year.
Momcilo Krajisnik, a Bosnian Serb former wartime official, was taken to a hospital last month after developing pneumonia.
The exact cause of the death of Seoul Mayor Park Won-sun remains under investigation.
Politicians are using coronavirus as an excuse to thwart legitimate public records requests.
Scott Walker was criticized for using public funds to pay for over 800 flights after he appeared to mock Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez for allegedly spending almost $300 on a haircut.
"I love bagpipes to tell you the truth," Dobbs said. "And I love an attorney general who can do this."
Three politicians were arrested following Wednesday's action.
New York Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez plans to give her colleagues a class on "the most effective ways to engage constituents on Twitter."
Representative Matt Shea's manifesto also called for stopping all abortions and outlawing same-sex marriage.
Unsurprisingly, Democrats were not eager to have more politicians like Trump.
At least eight people were killed in a shooting at Santa Fe High School in Texas on Friday.
A military conflict with Russia could escalate toward a nuclear war, a regional expert told Newsweek.
A new poll shows American voters think the majority of Congress is afraid of the NRA and support companies like Dick's Sporting Goods, which announced it will stop selling assault-style rifles or raise the age restriction to 21.
Gun control advocates may see this as war of attrition, but businesses cutting ties with the NRA might not be doing so to take a moral stand—it's just good business.
"They go to the central Politburo party's events, and have to sleep with people there, even if they don't want to."
Douglas Schifter took to Facebook to blame local politicians for his financial struggles as a livery cab driver.
"You don't suffer some of the wounds these patients suffered and just move on with life," he said.
"I've been molested by women and never complained," he tweeted.