U.S. Sen. Tammy Duckworth Hits Back At Trump And Carlson: 'These Titanium Legs Don't Buckle'"Attacks from self-serving, insecure men who can't tell the difference between true patriotism and hateful nationalism will never diminish my love for this country -- or my willingness to sacrifice for it so they don't have to. These titanium legs don't buckle," she wrote in a New York Times op-ed.
U.S. Sen Tammy Duckworth Demands More Details On Russian BountiesDuckworth sent a new letter to Defense Secretary Mark Esper on Thursday voicing her frustration with the information provided by the Pentagon to date.
Sen. Tammy Duckworth, Who Lost Her Legs Serving In Iraq, Hits Back After Tucker Carlson Suggests She Hates America"Does @TuckerCarlson want to walk a mile in my legs and then tell me whether or not I love America?" Duckworth wrote on Twitter.
Sheboygan Police Officer Placed On Administrative Leave After Shooting, Killing Black ManKevan Ruffin's family thinks he was suffering from a mental health episode and police should have held back because they knew his history.
Indiana Priest Suspended After Calling Black Lives Matter And Antifa Protesters 'Maggots,' 'Parasites' And 'Serpents In The Garden'In a June 28 bulletin to his parish, Father Theodore Rothrock compared antifa and Black Lives Matter organizers to the Taliban in "the obliteration of our history."
Summer Violence Could Overwhelm Coronavirus Precautions At Cook County Jail"I'm probably 500 people away from where this can't work," said Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart.
'We Were In Fear Of Our Lives'; St. Louis Couple Seen Pointing Guns At Protesters Who Marched On Mayor's HomeA group of 300 protesters, chanting "resign Lyda, take the cops with you," marched after St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson read the names and addresses of demonstrators calling for police reform during a Friday afternoon Facebook Live video.
FAA Authorizes Boeing To Begin Test Flights Of Grounded 737 Max PlanesBoeing has received clearance to begin test flights of its troubled 737 Max jet, a spokesperson for the Federal Aviation Administration said Sunday. The test flights of could begin as early as Monday.
2 Killed, 1 Critically Wounded In Shooting At Bunn-O-Matic Warehouse In Springfield; Gunman Found DeadTwo employees were killed and another was critically injured Friday morning at a warehouse in central Illinois, all apparently shot by a coworker who was found fatally shot in his car later in the day, police said.
Indiana Police Officers On Leave For Chokehold Use Days After Department's BanPolice departments around the world have moved to ban the dangerous neck restraints in recent weeks.
Missouri Woman Asked Merriam-Webster To Update Its Definition Of Racism; Dictionary Will Make The Change"I was super happy because I really felt like that was a step in a good direction for a lot of positive change for a lot of different positive conversations that can really help change the world and helps change how people view things," Kennedy Mitchum said.
Michael Jordan Says 'This Is A Tipping Point' For Racism In Society"This is a tipping point. We need to make a stand. We've got to be better as a society regarding race," Jordan said.
Boeing Is Building The 737 Max Again, Even Though It Is Not Yet Approved To FlyThe company temporarily stopped building the plane in January, before the COVID-19 pandemic hit most of the world's airlines.
Biker Bar Opens For Memorial Day Weekend Bash In Violation Of Gov. JB Pritzker's Stay-At-Home OrderPoopy's Pub opened the gates on Friday, and the bikers came from near and far. Not on the menu: social distancing or masks.
Notre Dame Plans To Bring Students Back To Campus 2 Weeks Early And Will Skip Fall BreakSeveral other universities also plan to scrap fall break and end the semester early, citing the increased risk of sending thousands of students back home and then back to campus.