Fifty shootings were reported to have occurred throughout the United States over the weekend, including 10 mass shootings - defined as those that injure four or more people.
Country star Jason Aldean's wife, Brittany, hit out at Vice President Kamala Harris' tweet about the "long weekend" ahead of Memorial Day.
At the conclusion of the G7 Summit that marked his first overseas trip as leader of the free world, President Joe Biden declared: America is “back at the table” and “back in the business of leading the world” as he reaffirmed that the US will be participating closely in global issues.
Over the span of six hours, mass shootings in four different U.S. cities left 38 people wounded and six people dead. Beginning around 9 PM on Friday and ending early Saturday morning, mass shootings took place in Austin, Cleveland, Chicago, and Savannah. Savannah Police Chief Roy Minter, Jr. told reporters that "It’s very disturbing what we’re seeing across the country and the level of gun violence that we’re seeing across the country. It’s disturbing and it’s senseless.”
The EU risks irrelevance if it doesn’t seek new purpose – and it won’t find it in the fantasy of power projected by the G7
Biden arrives in the United Kingdom for an eight-day trip to Europe to tackle Covid, taxes and trade
He arrived in the United Kingdom for an eight-day trip to Europe to tackle Covid, taxes and trade.
Fatal incidents in California, Texas and Illinois marred the holiday weekend.
On Thursday, Andrea Widburg reported on the unanimous Supreme Court decision in Fulton v. Philadelphia holding that Philadelphia violated the Catholic Social Services’ First Amendment rights when it barred organizations opposed to gay marriage
The event, spread out through the city’s dealerships, brought a model tried elsewhere to one of the sector’s major capitals.
The pastor who turned a church from drug den to a place for recovery. The former addict who set up a centre to help those facing the same battles. The everyday people who decided enough was enough. Richard Hall visits the West Virginia communities driving change from the ground up