Mary Trump, President Donald Trumps niece, on Tuesday called on the president to step down.
When President Trump wore a mask in public for the first time, his allies treated it as a political win. It marked a major shift from his previous stance of forgoing face coverings during this pandemic.
Trump's comments come as the president continues to struggle to find a unifying message after the death of George Floyd that sparked nationwide protests and reckoning on race inequality in America.
Frustrated, some Republicans have become anti-Trumpers: This guy couldnt lead his way out of a wet frickin paper bag
The scene in the new Trump family tell-all is familiar: The future president being affectionate with Ivanka, while treating Don Jr. and Eric roughly and even with disdain.
A Tuesday report from Bloomberg claimed that President Donald Trump is “struggling” to cope with the resurgence of the coronavirus pandemic and racial justice protests that have swept the ...
"I represent 3 million teachers, support staff, secretaries, bus drivers, and any one of us is more qualified than Donald Trump and Betsy DeVos to talk about what we need to reopen schools safely," Lily Eskelsen García said.
Left-wing actor and director Rob Reiner proclaimed on Monday that President Trump is "murdering Americans," linking his brazen statement to the number of U.S. fatalities connected to the coronavirus.
Donald Trump claimed Barack Obama and Joe Biden 'stopped testing' for COVID-19...three years before the disease was discovered.
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A party that refuses to look reality in the eye cannot govern
And Trump sent a lawyer to stop him.
How Americans who profess no racial hatred could contribute to patterns of segregation.
Surveys show that white folks still aren't supporting the issue as much as Black people.
President Donald Trump on Tuesday downplayed police violence against Black people, saying that "more white people" are killed by police officers.
In an interview with CBS News, the president also said, "I know people who like the Confederate flag, and they're not thinking of slavery."
President Trump dismissed the notion that black Americans are killed by police in disproportionate numbers, telling CBS News that police kill white Americans too.
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President Trump said Tuesday that "more White people" are killed by police than Blacks, and told an interviewer it was "a horrible question to ask."
In an interview with CBS News, the president also said he views the flying of the Confederate flag as an issue of freedom of speech.
WASHINGTON (AP) President Donald Trump bristled Tuesday at a reporter's question about police killing African Americans and defended the right to display the Confederate flag as he continued to...
The president appeared to launch into full-on attack mode when asked about the issue of Black people dying at the hands of police.
In an interview with CBS News, the president also said he believed waving the Confederate flag was a matter of freedom of speech.
Voters in Alabama and Texas are casting their ballots in runoffs for House and Senate, and Maine voters are voting in the states primary.
The Kentucky Republican Party is demanding Sen. Mitch McConnells Democratic challenger apologize after posing for a photo with a supporter who hanged a Trump effigy in 2017.
Its one of a number of runoffs and primaries held Tuesday.
With both parties battling for control of the Senate, its possible control will come down to one or even two general-election runoffs in Georgia on January 5, if candidates dont win a majority in November.
In todays voting, Jeff Sessions is hoping to win back his old Senate seat in Alabama, and other key races are taking place in Texas and Maine.
In this edition: A guide to Tuesday's primaries and runoffs, a look at the ads shaping those races and, as was inevitable, a a look at jockeying ahead of the 2024 presidential primary.
Three key Senate matchups are on the line as voters in Alabama, Maine and Texas cast their ballots Tuesday.
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Viral videos, virtual 5ks, and mask-making: Local candidates have gotten creative to reach voters.
The Democratic Senate battle between former Air Force helicopter pilot M.J. Hegar and longtime state Sen. Royce West in Texas has reached a fever pitch ahead of the states runoff election on Tuesday.
As Texas tries to contain a raging coronavirus outbreak, voters go to the polls for runoff elections that could see a Black nominee for U.S. senator.