TheNew York Times published an editorial on the first day of Memorial Day weekend asking: "Why Does the U.S. Military Celebrate White Supremacy?"
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Several Democrats who have insisted on strict stay-at-home orders -- including the wearing of face masks when out of doors -- have been caught violating the rules that they wish to impose on others for fear of spreading the coronavirus.
TheNew York Times has devoted the entire front page of its Sunday edition to a list of names of those who have died from the coronavirus.
Judge Emmet G. Sullivan, who is presiding over the trial of former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn, has hired Beth Wilkinson, an attorney who also represented Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh in his confirmation fight.
Former Lt. Col. Allen West (Ret.) was involved in a motorcycle accident on Saturday in Texas and is now recovering, according to a statement released exclusively to Breitbart News.
House Democrats objected to Trump sending 200 ventilators to Russia to help coronavirus patients there. (He promised 250 to Nigeria.)
Audio resurfaced Thursday in which Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) suggested that her husband, John Bessler, had taken hydroxychloroquine during his battle against coronavirus, from which he later recovered.
The NAACP responded to Joe Biden's claim by noting that it had never endorsed him, and that it does not endorse political candidates in an official capacity.
The City of San Francisco opened its first officially-sanctioned homeless camp this week, located outside City Hall.
Fact check - CLAIM: Joe Biden called on Trump to shut down the country's economy "one week earlier" to deal with coronavirus. VERDICT: FALSE.
President Donald Trump should preemptively pardon former President Barack Obama for any crimes he may have committed in "Obamagate," the effort by the previous administration to frame the incoming one for "Russia collusion.
Former Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA) and Judicial Watch sued California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Thursday over his May 8 executive order allowing all voters in the state to vote by mail -- whether they had formally requested to do so, or not.
President Donald Trump has scored a major foreign policy success in recent weeks, as Iran has reportedly begun pulling its forces out of Syria slowly. The likely reason: economic pressure caused by U.S.
Former Vice President Joe Biden could be the "most liberal president in modern U.S. history," according toPerry Bacon Jr., senior writer at fivethirtyeight.com.
The D.C. Circuit ordered Judge Emmet G. Sullivan to respond by June 1 to Michael Flynn's petition to have him removed from the case.
Former Vice President Joe Biden hired a "senior adviser" on Wednesday who said in 2017 that no one who has been "accused of sexual harassment or assault" should run for public office.
An investigation by a local news station in Detroit, Michigan, found Wednesday that the state government bears some of the responsibility for the poor oversight that contributed to the failure of the Edenville and Sanford Dams.
Fact check - CLAIM: It is legal for Michigan to send unsolicited applications to vote by mail to every registered voter in the state. VERDICT: UNCLEAR.
Sidney Powell, the attorney for former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn, said Wednesday that she would like to see the transcripts of his calls with then-Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak declassified and released.
Former Vice President Joe Biden, who vowed Tuesday not to fire inspectors general, could not remember that President Barack Obama had fired AmeriCorps Inspector General Gerald Walpin in 2009 while he was investigating a key ally.
The Civil Rights Division of the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) warned California Gov. Gavin Newsom Tuesday that his reopening plan discriminates against religion and must be modified to allow for religious services to reopen.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission revoked the license for the Edenville Dam complex in central Michigan -- which breached Tuesday -- in 2018 because of concerns that the dams would not be able to withstand heavy flooding.
Former Vice President Joe Biden renewed his accusation that President Donald Trump is ignoring antisemitism -- even though the president condemned it at length, once again, just a few weeks ago.
The radical New Black Panther Party launched a nationwide boycott of "Chinese merchants" on Tuesday -- including restaurants, beauty salons, and other businesses -- to protest China's treatment of Africans, among other grievances.
Michael Flynn's lawyer filed a petition with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia on Tuesday, seeking a "writ of mandamus" to compel a federal district court to dismiss the charges against him, as the Department of Justice (DOJ) requested last week.
Half of the 15,000 hotel rooms leased under Operation Roomkey, California's program to provide emergency housing to the homeless during the coronavirus pandemic, are empty.
The San Francisco Bay Area went two consecutive days without recording a single death from coronavirus on Sunday and Monday -- the first time that has happened since March.
The State of California is offering $500 each to illegal aliens as part of a $75 million coronavirus relief program -- even as it asks federal taxpayers for help paying for its $54 billion deficit.
President Donald Trump mocked the media Monday for asking him about the firing of State Department Inspector General Steve Linick last Friday, who was apparently looking into claims that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo had asked astaffer to walk his dog, amongother personal errands.
Neil Cavuto criticized the president, but seemed taken aback moments later when he interviewed a doctor who said while the drug might not be good for some, "it may be beneficial and potentially life-saving for others," and that people should consult their doctors.
House Democrats told the Supreme Court on Monday they need access to secret grand jury materials because they are still investigating President Donald Trump in connection with Russia "collusion" and may want to impeach him, again.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) told reporters Monday morning in Albany that the state was now making nursing homes its "top priority" -- nearly two months after a directive requiring them to take in coronavirus patients.
Former Vice President Joe Biden vowed Monday to stop the Keystone XL pipeline "for good" if elected president.
Of the 69 pages, only 27 are the actual "playbook," and only 17 of those deal with international pandemics. It downplays border restrictions and relies on the WHO.
Lilly Wachowski, the younger half of the sibling duo behind theMatrixmovies, ripped entrepreneur Elon Musk and White House adviser Ivanka Trump on Sunday for mentioning the "red pill," a reference to a key symbol in the trilogy.
Rep. Rodney Davis (R-IL), ranking member of theCommittee on House Administration, introduced a bill last week to ban the practice of "ballot harvesting," which allows anyone to deliver unlimited numbers of ballots on others' behalf.
CNN's Jake Tapper was hit by a wave of criticism on social media Sunday after he accused President Donald Trump of "launching an unprecedented smear campaign against any rival," with many accusing him and CNN of hypocrisy.
Obama came under muted criticism -- most of it from Republicans -- in 2009 when he fired AmeriCorps Inspector General Gerald Walpin, who had pursued an investigation of Kevin Johnson, the former NBA star and mayor of Sacramento, California.
President Donald Trump is being criticized by his opponents after firingState Department Inspector General Steve Linick on Friday night. Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) called it a "threat to accountable democracy.
Both Republicans and Democrats in Congress are failing to take the looming public sector job crisis seriously. And Pelosi has been purely cynical.
White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany shot down a question from a member of the White House Press Corps on Friday about the views she held on same-sex marriage as a Harvard Law School student in 2015.
Exclusive -- Tara Reade's Lawyer: If Joe Biden Does Not Remember Her, He Should 'Open Up His Record'
Douglas Wigdor, the attorney for Tara Reade, told Breitbart News on Friday morning that former Vice President Joe Biden's claim not to remember her is all the more reason for him to consent to opening up his Senate records.
Former Vice President Joe Biden said on Thursday evening that if voters believed Tara Reade, the former Senate staffer who has accused him of sexual assault, "they probably shouldn't vote for me.
Former Vice President Joe Biden told MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell on Thursday evening that he had not been aware of any "criminal investigation" of Michael Flynn before leaving office in January 2017.
A Joe Biden presidency would function as a regency, run by Obama alumni in pursuit of Sanders policies. The real power would be behind the scenes.
Politiconoted in its nightly bulletin Thursday that Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis "looks more right than those who criticized" his response to the coronavirus pandemic, and that media bias is one of the reasons he is polling worse than other governors.
Newly-released State Department documents suggest that former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch knew more about Burisma, the corrupt company tied to Hunter Biden, than she told the House impeachment inquiry last year.
Retired federal judge John Gleeson, who was appointed Wednesday to present arguments against letting Michael Flynn go free, ruled in 2012 that it would be an "abuse of discretion" for the court not to allow the government to drop a prosecution.
Former Vice President Joe Biden announced a new economic "task force" Wednesday that includes Stephanie Kelton, a former adviser to Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) who is an advocate of the controversial "Modern Monetary Theory" (MMT).
Fresno County Sheriff Margaret Mims said Tuesday that she would not be able to enforce Gov. Gavin Newsom's stay-at-home orders because she was too busy re-arresting accused criminals set free under the state's new "zero-dollar bail" policy.
Democrats declined to require Dr. Rick Bright, the "whistleblower" who appeared before the House on Thursday, to testify under oath.
Retired Judge Who Will Argue Against Michael Flynn Said Case 'Reeks of Improper Political Influence'
The retired federal judge who was appointed Wednesday to argue that Michael Flynn should be held in criminal contempt of court for changing his guilty plea published an op-ed in theWashington Post Monday criticizing the Trump administration.
Judge Emmet G. Sullivan will consider whether to find former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn in criminal contempt of court after the Department of Justice (DOJ) moved last week to drop its prosecution of Flynn for lying to the FBI.
The revelation of the names of Obama officials who may have asked for Michael Flynn to be "unmasked" raises urgent new questions.
Assemblywoman Christy Smith (D-Santa Clarita) conceded defeat to Republican Mike Garcia on Wednesday afternoon in the special election in California's 25th congressional district, giving Republicans their first pickup in the state in 22 years.
Acting Director of National Intelligence Richard Grenell responded to a congressional request Wednesday by submitting a declassified list of Obama administration officials who had requested names be "unmasked" from Nov.
Dozens of surfers flocked to Los Angeles County beaches as they opened, officially, on Wednesday morning for recreation.
An attorney for Tara Reade, the former Joe Biden staffer who alleges he sexually assaulted her in 1993, told Breitbart News Tuesday evening that Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer's (D-NY) defense of Biden earlier Tuesday was "nonsensical.
Fox News' Ed Henry reported Tuesday evening that Acting Director of National Intelligence Richard Grenell has declassified information calling into question the conclusion that Russia interfered in the 2016 election to help Donald Trump.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) said Tuesday that former Vice President Joe Biden's response to sexual assault claims by former staffer Tara Reade are "sufficient," even though Biden refuses to release his Senate papers.
White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany called out Sen. Elizabeth Warren for presiding false statistics on the coronavirus pandemic on Tuesday.
The U.S. Supreme Court held oral arguments Tuesday in a pair of cases focusing on efforts by Democrats and prosecutors in New York to obtain President Donald Trump's private financial and business records, including his personal tax returns.
Former Vice President Joe Biden admitted Tuesday morning that he had known about efforts to investigate incoming National Security Advisor Michael Flynn in January 2017 -- after initially claiming that he did not know about it.
CBS News White House correspondent Weijia Jiang made a thinly-veiled accusation of racism against President Donald Trump on Monday afternoon when he spoke about China in response to one of her questions at a press briefing in the Rose Garden.
The Republican primary race in Iowa's second congressional district is heating up after a video of State Sen.Mariannette Miller-Meeks (R-Ottumwa) emerged recently in which she identified herself as "pro-choice.
Andrew Cuomo Backs Down: Hospitals Can No Longer Send Coronavirus Patients to Nursing Homes in New York
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo reversed his controversial policy Sunday that had required nursing homes to accept coronavirus patients -- even though the elderly are at far greater risk than other people from the impacts of the disease.
Simply by taking a stand, Eric Dreiband said, the DOJ had encouraged several local governments to back down from extreme coronavirus measures that discriminated against religious institutions.
Politico reported Monday that Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) is the likeliest running mate for former Vice President Joe Biden -- and chose a curious turn of phrase to report the news.
Democrats have delayed legislation, made layoffs more attractive than hiring, and shamed public companies out of applying for PPP.
NBC News'Meet the Press was forced to acknowledge Sunday that it had edited an interview of Attorney General William Barr in a way that made it look like he did not care about the rule of law, leaving out his comments on exactly that issue.
CNN's Jake Tapper Does Not Challenge Atlanta Mayor Bottoms For Blaming Trump for Ahmaud Arbery Shooting
CNN's Jake Tapper asked Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms about the Ahmaud Arbery shooting on Sunday -- and did not question or challenge her when she blamed the "rhetoric" of President Donald Trump for the shooting.
Democrats claimed the L.A. County Registrar -- a Democrat -- had discriminated against minorities. He obliged by setting up an in-person voting station in Lancaster.
Former President Barack Obama warned Friday that the "rule of law is at risk" because former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn will no longer be prosecuted.
Conservative radio host and litigator Mark Levin noted Thursday onThe Mark Levin Show that he had been vindicated in his early suspicions that the outgoing Obama administration had staged a "silent coup" against President Donald Trump.
Hollywood director Rob Reiner, a consistent and vehement opponent of President Donald Trump, decided Friday to see how many conspiracy theories about Trump he could fit into Twitter's 280-character limit.
Here are seven things you need to know about the new developments in the Michael Flynn case -- and about what happens next in the saga.
Former Vice President Joe Biden sounded class warfare themes in an economic speech streamed live on Twitter on Friday, accusing President Donald Trump of favoring "the wealthy" even before the coronavirus pandemic.
President Donald Trump's reelection campaign is demanding to know more about former Vice President Joe Biden's role in the outgoing Obama administration's failed effort to take down Gen.
Newsom has closed the beaches of Orange County. But it won't last, and it can't, because even in California, people will only put up with so much bullshit.
Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper admitted to the House Intelligence Committee in July 2017 that he was not aware of any direct evidence of collusion between Russia and the Trump campaign.
Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) reacted to news that the Department of Justice (DOJ) was dropping its case against former National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn (Ret.) on Thursday by calling it an example of "white privilege.
TheNew York Times reported Thursday that New York City had become the primary source of coronavirus infections throughout the rest of the United States by early March, thanks to travel to and from the city.
Joe Biden could still prosecute former National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn (Ret.) for perjury if the former vice president defeats President Donald Trump in the November election.
The Department of Justice is reportedly dropping its prosecution of former National Security Adviser General Michael Flynn (Ret.), according to the Associated Press.
The Department of Justice is reportedly dropping its prosecution of former National Security Adviser General Michael Flynn (Ret.), according to the Associated Press.
Brandon Van Grack, one of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's handpicked prosecutors, has withdrawn from the case against former National Security Adviser General Michael Flynn (Ret.).
Chris Christie Slams Obama DOJ After Supreme Court Overturns Bridgegate Convictions; Update: Trump Responds
Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie slammed President Barack Obama's Department of Justice (DOJ) on Thursday, after the U.S. Supreme Court tossed out the convictions of two aides involved in "Bridgegate.
The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health worries that the Chinese masks that California ordered may not meet American safety standards.
Joe Biden would give Palestinians hundreds of millions of American taxpayer dollars per year without any commitment to stop rewarding terrorism or to renew negotiations.
Nancy Pelosi has tried this "swastika" tactic before, against the Tea Party. And the last time she did it, she lost the House.
Washington Post opinion writer Jennifer Rubin praised New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday for his approach to coronavirus without mentioning his directive forcing nursing homes to accept COVID-19 patients.
Former President Barack Obama endorsed State Assemblywoman Christy Smith (D-Santa Clarita) on Tuesday, wading into the May 12th special election to replace Katie Hill.
South African Police Arrest Family, Including Breastfeeding Mom, While Feeding the Poor During Coronavirus
A South African man and his fiancée were arrested with their 21-month-old daughter Monday while feeding poor residents of a community near Cape Town after their toddler ran onto a beach and he ran to retrieve her.
Martin Tolchin, a founder ofPolitico and formerNew York Times correspondent in Washington, DC, published a letter to the editor of the TimesTuesday calling for a Joe Biden "coronation" regardless of claims of sexual assault.
Two Wisconsin residents sued state and local officials Monday over a stay-at-home order that bans religious gatherings of more than nine people, and all public protests, while allowing larger gatherings in stores and other settings.
First-term Democrat Rep. Harley Rouda of California was spotted on a private beach in Orange County -- even as he supported Gov. Gavin Newsom's (D) criticism of communities that kept their beaches open to the public.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Monday that the state may begin to reopen its economy Friday, entering the next phase of his recovery plan.
Pulitzer Prize to New York Times Essay Falsely Claiming American Revolution Was Fought to Preserve Slavery
Historians were outraged by Hannah-Jones's false claim, which the Times was forced to correct. She won the Pulitzer anyway.
The City of Laguna Beach in Orange County, California, reached a deal with Governor Gavin Newsom (D) on Monday that will allow it to reopen city beaches in a four-phase process starting Tuesday.
NYT op-ed: "Democrats need to begin formulating an alternative strategy for 2020 — one that does not include Mr. Biden."