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News Brief: George Floyd Protests Continue, Minneapolis Police Under Investigation

2 monthes ago   |   By NPR

Large protests continue nationwide for George Floyd. Minnesota filed a discrimination complaint against the Minneapolis Police Department. And, the Senate GOP prepares to look into Joe Biden's family.
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FBI attorney to plead guilty for altering email in Russia probe

FBI attorney to plead guilty for altering email in Russia probe

A former FBI attorney is preparing to plead guilty to altering an email used to obtain a surveillance warrant on former Trump campaign aide Carter Page. The attorney, Kevin... Read more ...

Pompeo lashes out as U.N. Security Council rejects extension to Iran arms...

Pompeo lashes out as U.N. Security Council rejects extension to Iran arms embargo

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Friday condemned the United Nations Security Council for rejecting a U.S. resolution to extend the arms embargo on Iran. The council voted to... Read more ...

Postal Workers Union Endorses Biden-Harris As Trump Threatens USPS

Postal Workers Union Endorses Biden-Harris As Trump Threatens USPS

The president has used baseless voter fraud claims to justify his continued reluctance to fund the postal service ahead of the election. Read more ...

Barr's Investigation of Russia Probe Getting First Guilty Plea

Barr's Investigation of Russia Probe Getting First Guilty Plea

A former FBI lawyer will plead guilty to making a false statement in the first criminal case arising from US Attorney John Durham's investigation into the probe of ties between... Read more ...

California's Ban On High-Capacity Magazines Declared Unconstitutional

California's Ban On High-Capacity Magazines Declared Unconstitutional

A three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said the law violates the U.S. Constitution's protection of the right to bear firearms. Read more ...

Donald Trump's Brother Robert Hospitalized In New York

Donald Trump's Brother Robert Hospitalized In New York

The president's younger brother is "very ill," sources told ABC News. Read more ...

Trump signals willingness to compromise on USPS funding

Trump signals willingness to compromise on USPS funding

President Donald Trump suggested Friday that he would be open to approving additional funding for the U.S. Postal Service if congressional Democrats agree to his legislative... Read more ...

Obama: Trump is trying to ‘kneecap' Postal Service

Obama: Trump is trying to ‘kneecap' Postal Service

Former President Barack Obama condemned President Donald Trump in a new interview over his efforts to “actively kneecap” the United States Postal Service in order to frustrate... Read more ...

New York museums, bowling alleys and gyms cleared to reopen

New York museums, bowling alleys and gyms cleared to reopen

New York museums, bowling alleys and gyms that have been shuttered for months will soon be allowed to reopen, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Friday, marking a significant turning point... Read more ...

Government Watchdog Says Homeland Security Leaders Were Not Legitimately...

Government Watchdog Says Homeland Security Leaders Were Not Legitimately Appointed

Chad Wolf is "acting secretary" of DHS. Ken Cuccinelli is "senior official performing the duties of deputy secretary." The Government Accountability Office says the... Read more ...