Joe Biden continued to tear into President Trump at a Tuesday fundraiser in Aspen, Colorado, accusing him of fomenting a culture of hate.
Racism is stitched into the very fabric of the supposed ‘land of the free’ – it’s a tenet of the fundamentalist States, which the president courts to his very great advantage – as evidenced in the recent El Paso and Dayton mass shootings
President Donald Trump has often railed about an "invasion of illegals" at the southern border, words echoed in a screed the El Paso shooting suspect apparently posted.
Close US allies have long warned their citizens about the risks of exploring the New World, with online advisories that often categorize domestic mass shootings as simple terrorism -- and also warn about the astronomical cost of American healthcare for visitors.
President Donald Trump's words linked to more hate crime? Some extremism experts say data suggests a correlation between heated rhetoric from top leaders and reports of hate crimes
EL PASO, Texas (AP) " President Donald Trump has often railed about an "invasion of illegals" at the southern border, words echoed in a screed the El Paso shooting suspect apparently posted that called the attack that killed 22 people at a Walmart his response to an "Hispanic invasion of Texas."Some extremism experts believe that may not be an accident. They say historical data suggests a link between heated rhetoric from top political leaders and ensuing reports of hate crimes, only [
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) spoke to CNN's Don Lemon Monday and discussed President Trump's supposed role in the mass shootings that ravaged communities in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, proclaiming that Trump has "created plenty of space for hate" and adding that hateful people "celebrate" the president.
President Donald Trump tried to blame a lot of things Monday for a series of horrific shootings over the weekend. What he didn't do was take any of the blame onto himself or pledge to change his rhetoric.
For all they blather on about patriotism, the unctuous Republicans are the ones who really despise their country
Five men were arrested after being found on the rooftop of a luxury high-rise in Midtown East on Sunday night. [ more › ]
Sen. Chris Murphy said that “Congress also contributes to the violence,” citing inaction by lawmakers in recent days and the failure to pass major gun reforms.