Thomas Jefferson’s original “rough draft” of the Declaration of Independence, written in June 1776, includes dozens of edits from historical figures including John Adams and Benjamin Franklin.
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Fifty-one percent of liberals and 45 percent of Democrats told a pollster that too few of their fellow Americans are willing to fill construction, technology, hospitality, and other service jobs, regardless of pay.
ABC reported on a National Park Service study that said national parks have a racist past and need to increase appeal to minorities.
Joe Biden told reporters on Wednesday that he has taken a cognitive test, used to detect mental issues, but his campaign will not specify what exactly that means or if it will release the results of whatever test he took – if he actually took a test.
Minnesota Gov. Walz asks Trump for disaster declaration after George Floyd riots trigger over $500M in damages
Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz has asked President Trump for a federal disaster declaration in his state due to “extensive fire damage” in the unrest that followed George Floyd’s death in Minneapolis police custody on Memorial Day.
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy said Thursday he will introduce legislation that will block federal funding for states that do no protect their historical monuments and statues.
Thursday on MSNBC, 2018 Georgia Democratic gubernatorial nominee Stacey Abrams said her organization Fair Fight was “pushing to make sure vote from home is real,” in light of the coronavirus pandemic.
Former Southern District of New York U.S. Attorney Geoffrey Berman will testify next week before the House Judiciary committee in a closed door hearing – just weeks after President Trump fired him.
Republican members of Congress remain divided on reforming qualified immunity, even as a GOP senator has proposed a bill that curbs protections officers currently enjoy.
UK Government To Give Over 3 Million Hong Kong Citizens Path To UK Citizenship After Passage Of National Security Law
The British government will offer over 3 million Hong Kong citizens a pathway to citizenship, Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced Wednesday.
Seattle police on Wednesday forcefully cleared out “CHOP,” the infamous protest zone in the Capitol Hill neighborhood, after weeks of protests that culminated with two fatal shootings that forced the city’s Democrat leadership to finally act after facing weeks of mounting scrutiny.
Three Democratic senators – Dianne Feinstein of California, Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota and Bob Casey of Pennsylvania – introduced legislation Wednesday to create a bipartisan commission on the Trump administration’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic.
Mayor Eric Garcetti said that Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) officers who felt demoralized by recent protests and budget cuts should take heart and “remember why they became police officers.