A nearly all-white jury found three White men from the U.S. state of Georgia guilty of killing a young unarmed Black man in a case that tested racial bias in the American justice system.
An 8-year-old boy became the sixth person to die after a car plowed into Sunday’s Christmas parade in the U.S. state of Wisconsin, his family said.
Some members of Antifa are responding to the acquittal of Kyle Rittenhouse last week by getting guns themselves.
The U.S. teenager who shot and killed two men but was acquitted of all charges has condemned President Joe Biden for calling him a “white supremacist.”
A vehicle rammed into a Christmas parade in the U.S. state of Wisconsin, killing five people and injuring dozens Sunday, prompting police to fire shots at the suspect, several sources confirmed.
U.S. teenager Kyle Rittenhouse who shot and killed two men during racial justice protests has been acquitted on all counts.
About 500 Wisconsin National Guard troops are on standby outside Kenosha in the event of trouble following a verdict in the high-profile Kyle Rittenhouse homicide trial.
Democratic Party leadership in the US House of Representatives removed about $1 billion of funding for Israel’s Iron Dome defense system on Tuesday.
Delivering a victory to private and religious schools, the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled Friday that, while the state’s Department of Health does have legislated power to shut schools in emergency situations like the COVID-19 pandemic, local health authorities do not have that power, Fox6 reports. The conservative majority court gave the ruling in a 4-3 decision.
A Wisconsin federal judge ordered a temporary halt to a $4 billion race-based federal relief program for farmers on Thursday.
Months after President Biden snubbed Canadian officials by canceling Keystone XL, an impending showdown over a second crude oil pipeline threatens to further strain ties between the two neighbors that were frayed during the Trump administration.
For thousands of years of human agriculture, the intrinsic nature of a seed — the capacity to reproduce itself — prevented it from being easily commodified. Grown and resown by farmers, seeds were freely exchanged and shared.
The Supreme Court on Monday rejected two of pro-Trump attorney Sidney Powell’s lawsuits challenging 2020 electoral results in Arizona and Wisconsin, two states then-PresidentTrump lost to now President Joe Biden.
Washington is locked down and U.S. law enforcement officials are geared up for pro-Trump marches in all 50 state capitals this weekend, erecting barriers and deploying thousands of National Guard troops to try to prevent the kind of violent attack that rattled the nation January 6.
Protesters gathered outside several statehouses across the United States on Wednesday to rally in support of President Trump as Congress moved to certify the results of the electoral college in favor of Joe Biden and demonstrators in Washington, D.C. stormed the Capitol building.
More than 100 state legislators from contested battleground states have asked Vice President Mike Pence to delay by 10 days the congressional certification of the elections in their states so they can have more time to investigate irregularities and illegalities.
The U.S. Census Bureau will miss for the first time a year-end deadline for handing in numbers used for divvying up congressional seats, in a setback for President Donald J. Trump.
The Trump campaign filed a petition with the Supreme Court to challenge a decision from Wisconsin’s high court that attempted to toss out more than 50,000 votes and overturn the results of the election.
Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman Ron Johnson, a Wisconsin Republican, says it would not surprise him if there are more lawmakers in the Capitol beyond California congressman Eric Swalwell who were compromised by the Chinese.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled against President Trump in his election challenge on Monday.