- ‘White power’ video was a glimpse into political discourse in ‘America’s friendliest’ retirement communityby By Cleve Wootson on 4 Luglio 2020 at 13:31
Political arguments in the Villages have led at times to physical confrontations, prompting some septuagenarians to pack pepper spray and stun guns.
- Coronavirus update: Trump says U.S. has ‘made a lot of progress’ controlling the pandemic as the country logs 26th straight day of record average case totalsby By Derek Hawkins, Marisa Iati and David Nakamura on 4 Luglio 2020 at 12:44
Officials and health experts were watching nervously to see if the public would heed warnings to limit the size of their gatherings and take other steps to slow the virus.
- America on its 244th birthday: Dark skies, canceled parades, but also new hopeby By Marc Fisher on 4 Luglio 2020 at 10:00
Frightened and isolated by the novel coronavirus, many Americans see protests over racial inequality as a step toward national renewal.
- A small Missouri city thought it had dodged the coronavirus. Now, it’s hitting home.by By Griff Witte on 4 Luglio 2020 at 10:00
It seemed this spring that the pandemic sweeping America had passed Joplin by. Now that it has arrived following a rapid statewide reopening, however, it’s hitting the region with a vengeance.
- Before the coronavirus, CDC made similar errors with Zika testsby By David Willman on 4 Luglio 2020 at 09:14
The CDC sidelined an effective Zika test in favor of a more complex one that failed about one-third of the time.
- July 4 celebrations beset by coronavirus cancellations, closures, restrictions nationwideby By Arelis Hernández and Ben Guarino on 3 Luglio 2020 at 16:59
Few places are more patriotic than Texas, where festivities will be dampened by rising coronavirus cases.
- “The Cursed Platoon,” Part 2by By Madhulika Sikka, Maggie Penman, Alexis Diao, Ted Muldoon, Reena Flores, Jordan-Marie Smith, Linah Mohammad and Rennie Svirnovskiy on 3 Luglio 2020 at 16:00
Clint Lorance had been in charge of his Army platoon for three days when he ordered them to kill three Afghans on a dirt road. After a second-degree murder conviction, Lorance was pardoned by Trump, hailed as a hero. His troops suffered a different fate.
- Coronavirus update: Trump speaks at Mount Rushmore as U.S. sets record for new casesby By Kim Bellware, Jacqueline Dupree and Meryl Kornfield on 3 Luglio 2020 at 15:59
Anxieties among state leaders are high heading into the Fourth of July weekend as nearly 40 states see their infection rates rise.
- Police chief fires 3 Colorado officers over photo taken near memorial site for Elijah McClainby By Nick Miroff on 3 Luglio 2020 at 11:16
McClain died last summer in Aurora, Colo., after he was placed in a chokehold and injected with a heavy sedative by paramedics.
- When a community in Utah was hit by the coronavirus, a network of volunteers went into actionby By Emily Giambalvo on 3 Luglio 2020 at 10:00
An outbreak at a meatpacking plant left families in need of help, and a devoted group has provided it.
- Coronavirus detectives couldn’t get partygoers to answer the phone. So they issued subpoenas.by By Teo Armus on 3 Luglio 2020 at 09:59
The legal strategy used for coronavirus contact tracing in Rockland County, N.Y., shows just how difficult it may be to get Americans to comply with this key part of many pandemic response plans.
- Oklahoma officers charged with murder after using Tasers more than 50 times in man’s death, investigators sayby By Timothy Bella on 3 Luglio 2020 at 07:53
The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation announced Thursday that Wilson, Okla., police officers Joshua Taylor, 25, and Brandon Dingman, 34, were charged in connection with the 2019 death of 28-year-old Jared Lakey.
- After he shot and killed an unarmed teen driver, a Kansas police officer was paid a $70,000 severanceby By Tom Jackman on 3 Luglio 2020 at 05:03
Officer Clayton Jenison fired 13 times into van being driven by suicidal teen. Prosecutor ruled killing justifiable.
- An 8-year-old organized his own Black Lives Matter protest. Hundreds marched alongside him.by By Marisa Iati on 2 Luglio 2020 at 14:06
Nolan Davis, who is multiracial, told the crowd of adults and children that he worries about black people getting hurt.
- U.S. sets record for new coronavirus cases, surpassing 55,000by By Kim Bellware, Siobhán O'Grady, Hamza Shaban, Hannah Knowles, Jacqueline Dupree, Felicia Sonmez, Colby Itkowitz, Steven Goff and Michael Brice-Saddler on 2 Luglio 2020 at 14:02
President Trump speculated in a Fox Business interview that the virus was “going to sort of just disappear” at some point, but many other officials are far less optimistic.