The FBI has opened more than 300 domestic terrorism investigations against rioters since George Floyd's death in Minneapolis kicked off nationwide unrest, a federal attorney revealed Tuesday in a hearing on Capitol Hill on Antifa and violent protests.
White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany said Tuesday that Democrats are “fundamentally unserious” about coronavirus relief negotiations after they rejected two proposals by Republicans to temporarily extend unemployment benefits while talks continue.
Former National Security Adviser John Bolton on Tuesday accused Democrats of having taken the “opportunity” of the impeachment inquiry and having driven it “straight into a ditch” by turning it into a partisan fight.
California Democrats Reps. Adam Schiff and Ro Khanna on Tuesday called for congressional leadership to provide for the "mass distribution" of free face coverings and masks to all Americans in the next coronavirus stimulus relief bill.
Atlanta Public Schools announced they would postpone the first day of school to August 24, two weeks later that scheduled, and would require students to wear masks when they are in school buildings amid the coronavirus pandemic.
President Trump on Tuesday slammed "false" ads from the pharmaceutical industry following his executive order to lower prescription drug prices last month, saying he is "the first" president to "take them on."
With the clock ticking, a leading adviser to Joe Biden says the former vice president will use the next week to week and a half to "spend some time" with the roughly half dozen or so contenders who have likely made his short list for running mate.
New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham said that she will not use coronavirus concerns to prevent people from protesting, but spoke out against political candidates campaigning door to door because it would be a "terrible idea" during the pandemic.