Gov. Ralph Northam

Democratic Governors Deny Pentagon's Request For National Guard Troops

Governors in New York, Virginia, Pennsylvania and Delaware rejected the Pentagon's request to send troops to Washington, D.C.


1:07People in airport
Ng Han Guan / AP

Trump Administration To Ban Chinese Airlines From Flying To U.S.

3:03Police officer and protesters
Associated Press

Should Police Reform Start With Union Contracts?

1:31George Floyd's son, Quincy Mason, and attorney Ben Crump
Jim Mone / AP

Minnesota Charges 3 More Officers In Connection With Floyd's Death

0:36A sign is seen at the entrance to a hall for a college test preparation class.
Alex Brandon / AP

College Board Ends At-Home SAT Testing Plan

0:55University of Southern California in Los Angeles
Reed Saxon / AP

USC Plans To Return To In-Person Classes For Fall Semester

1:35Congressional Black Caucus Chair Karen Bass
House Television / AP

Congressional Black Caucus Focusing On Police Reform Legislation

1:32A line of DC National Guard members stand in Lafayette Park as demonstrators gather to protest the death of George Floyd
Alex Brandon / AP

Active-Duty Troops Ready To Deploy On To Washington, D.C. Streets

Police gather en masse as protests continue at the Minneapolis 3rd Police Precinct, Wednesday, May 27, 2020, in Minneapolis
Star Tribune / AP / Carlos Gonzalez

Minneapolis Public Schools Votes To End $1.1M Contract With Police

1:16James N. Miller
U.S. Department of Defense

Pentagon Adviser Resigns, Says Esper Violated His Oath Of Office

1:57Voters cast ballots while wearing masks.
Andrew Shafer / Newsy

7 States, D.C. Hold Presidential Primaries Amid Protests And Pandemic

2:05Protesters gather at a memorial for George Floyd
John Minchillo / AP

Minnesota Launches Civil Rights Investigation Into Minneapolis PD

0:57Attorney General William Barr in Lafayette Park
Alex Brandon / AP

AG William Barr Made Decision To Clear White House Protesters

1:45President Donald Trump
Patrick Semansky / AP

Republican Senators Split On President Trump's Response To Protests

2:46Atlanta protesters and police
John Bazemore / AP

Charges And Policy Changes Begin Amid Nationwide Protests

5:35There have been at least 100 police attack incidents involving the press.
Newsy / Associated Press

Breaking Down How Police Have Targeted Press During Protests

3:24President Trump holds a Bible at St. John's Episcopal Church

Faith Leaders React To President's Bible Gesture Amid Protests

2:40Children sit at table
LM Otero / Associated Press

How Can Parents Help Their Kids Navigate The News?

2:12Protesters face police
Alex Brandon / AP

President Trump Threatens To Send Military To End Violent Protests

1:01Police in the area where a tanker truck rushed to a stop among protesters on an interstate
John Minchillo / AP

Authorities Say Truck Driver Did Not Intend To Drive Into Protesters

1:08People confront police officers during a protest over the death of George Floyd in Chicago.
Nam Y. Huh / AP

Lawmaker To Introduce Bill Aimed At Letting Victims Sue Police

0:59Military vehicle in Washington, D.C.
AP / Alex Brandon

At Least 200 Active-Duty Military Police To Be Deployed In D.C.

1:39Black posts on Instagram in support of "Blackout Tuesday"

'Blackout Tuesday' Is Reaching Millions, But Not In The Way Intended

1:26Demonstrators gather in Lafayette Park to protest the death of George Floyd, Monday, June 1, 2020, near the White House.
Alex Brandon / AP

D.C. Reports Spike In COVID-19 Cases Amid Protests

1:58Protestor runs with American flag upside down in front of burning building in Minneapolis
AP / Julio Cortez

Pres. Trump Wants Supreme Court To Revisit Flag Burning Case


George Floyd Independent Autopsy Lists Asphyxia As Cause Of Death

1:52President Trump walks past police in riot gear after he spoke outside St. John's Church across from the White House
Patrick Semansky / AP

President Trump Threatens Insurrection Act Amid Protests

1:17Police arrive at Macy's mall after it was broken into by people hours after a solidarity rally
Wong Maye-E / AP

Curfews Don't Prevent 7th Night Of Protests In The U.S.

1:45Remdesivir drug

Gilead Shares Early Results Of Remdesivir Trial In COVID-19 Patients

0:55White House in rainbow-colored lights
Pablo Martinez Monsivais / AP

Study: Same-Sex Marriage Generated $3.8B In The U.S. Over 5 Years

AP Photo/Patrick Semansky

President Trump Aims To Use Active Duty Military Amid Unrest