The Defense Department has still drafted contingency plans for how to deploy active-duty military if needed, according to documents.
Facebook Inc. Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg told staff at a companywide meeting that he won't change his mind about a decision to leave up posts shared by U.S. President Donald Trump last...
Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, when asked about U.S. President Donald Trump possibly calling in the military to quell protests, paused for more than 20 seconds before responding that...
Mayor Bill de Blasio doubled down on a citywide curfew, moving it up from 11 p.m. the night before, but rejected urging from President Donald Trump and an offer from Gov. Andrew Cuomo to bring in the National Guard.
Many of the protests broke out in places where the virus is still circulating widely in the population.
Twitter Inc on Tuesday appointed Patrick Pichette, a former chief financial officer at Google, as the social network's board chairman, marking the first time in Twitter's history that an outsider will...
An elderly Rohingya refugee has become the first person to die from coronavirus in the world’s largest refugee settlement in Bangladesh, where there are fears the disease could spread fast due to overcrowding. The 71-year-old man died on May...
Authorities in the Siberia city of Norilsk on June 2 declared a state of emergency after a diesel fuel leak seeped into a local river, threatening an ecological disaster in the fragile Arctic environment.
Just a few months ago, 17-year-old Taylor Cassidy was spending hours flailing her arms in an attempt to pick up the latest dance move the "Renegade."
‘We can be forgiven for believing president is more interested in power than principle’
Officers shot and Trump makes ‘baffling and reprehensible’ visit to pope shrine
Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba has discussed ongoing conflict with Russia-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine, Kyiv’s relationship with NATO, and the issue of Russia-annexed Crimea with German officials during a one-day visit to Berlin.
Memorial march organised by rappers who worked directly with dead man’s family
Biden’s lead over Trump in November election polls grows to 10 percentage points
The deaths, as well as widespread peaceful protests, have at times been overshadowed by the shocking images of heavy-handed police tactics, vandalism and arson.
"It's made us all look at ourselves internally, externally and realize this in particular, this death, is certainly not part of the profession of policing," McFee said.
The violent dispersal of peaceful protests near the White House the night before was a potent symbol of Trump's policing tactics and a physical manifestation of the rhetorical culture war he has stoked since before he was elected.
Chanting “I can’t breathe,” thousands marched peacefully through Australia’s largest city, while thousands more demonstrated in the Dutch capital of The Hague and hundreds rallied in Tel Aviv.
The biggest mistake you can make is to ask Black people to perform the labour of teaching you about what they are experiencing and how you should behave.
#BlackoutTuesday involves posting a black square on a social media platform.
In-person voting numbers were down in every state as many voters were encouraged to vote by mail because of the coronavirus pandemic.
In memory of George Floyd, and to spread the word about police brutality in the United States and Canada, thousands of people in Fredericton participated in a peaceful march.
A Russian media group linked to a close associate of President Vladimir Putin has produced an anti-gay political ad ahead of a vote on constitutional amendments that would open the door for the former KGB colonel to remain in power until 2036.
1km queue to vote as Jacob Rees-Mogg says it’s time for parliament to return to normal
U.S. has raised security, espionage concerns about Huawei's access to critical networks.