Since President Donald Trump took office, the image of the U.S. has suffered across many regions of the globe. As our new 13-nation survey illustrates, America’s reputation has declined further over the past year among many allies and partners.
White supremacists will remain the most “persistent and lethal threat” in the United States through 2021, according to Department of Homeland Security draft documents. The most recent draft report predicts an “elevated threat environment at least through” early next year, concluding that some US-based violent extremists have capitalized on increased social and political tensions in 2020.
Trump suggested Wednesday during his visit to Wilmington, North Carolina, that people who vote by absentee ballot should “check their vote” by attempting to vote in person as well.
The following is a message to North Carolina voters from Karen Brinson Bell, executive director of the North Carolina State Board of Elections:
Attempting to vote twice in an election or soliciting someone to do so also is a violation of North Carolina law.
Federal spending records show that taxpayers have paid Trump’s businesses more than $900,000 since he took office. At least $570,000 came as a result of the president’s travel, according to a Post analysis.
When Rabbi Susan Talve heard that Patricia and Mark McCloskey would be among the speakers addressing the Republican National Convention, she decided she could no longer stay quiet.
“It’s so upsetting that they have a national audience,” Talve said. “It’s upsetting we make heroes out of people who hate.”
“They are bullies,” she said. “The fact that they’re speaking at the convention is a win for bullies.”
Angry, maskless spectators forced themselves into the Idaho House special session on the coronavirus pandemic Monday, shattering a glass door, rushing into the gallery that had limited seating because of the virus and forcing lawmakers to ask for calm in a crowd that included a man carrying an assault-style weapon.
Following 46 cases of bleach ingestions in the North Texas Poison Center region since the start of August, experts are again warning people that drinking the chemical won’t prevent COVID-19.
‘Like Armageddon’: Rotting food, dead animals and chaos at postal facilities amid cutbacks.
At a mail processing facility in Santa Clarita in July, workers discovered that their automated sorting machines had been disabled and padlocked.
And inside a massive mail-sorting facility in South Los Angeles, workers fell so far behind processing packages that by early August, gnats and rodents were swarming around containers of rotted fruit and meat, and baby chicks were dead inside their boxes.