The Senate passed a substantial emergency relief bill on Wednesday night that would provide aid to small businesses, hospitals, and Americans suffering from the impact of the coronavirus outbreak. More>>
A new poll from Gallup shows that President Donald Trump’s approval rating for his handling of the coronavirus is now at 60 percent. More>>
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi debuted a 1,120-page coronavirus rescue bill after Democrats tanked the Senate proposal on Sunday night. More>>
The National Rifle Association (NRA) canceled its April 16-19, 2020, Annual Meeting scheduled to be held in Nashville, Tennessee. More>>
Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee (R) on Thursday made clear his support for ending the requirement that law-abiding citizens obtain a permit before being able to carry a gun for self-defense. More>>
President Trump’s firing of John Rood, the top policy official at the Pentagon, is a sign the agency is not immune from an effort to purge from influential positions across the administration “snakes” who do not support the president, according to four current and former officials. More>>
A gunman and six innocents are dead following a shooting near Molson Coors headquarters in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
UPDATE 5:40 pm ET — Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett (D) spoke to reporters and confirmed “multiple people…have died, including the shooter,” in the attack near Molson Coors headquarters. He said police were “continuing their sweep to be sure that nothing more was occurring.” More>>
A federal appellate court on Wednesday ruled that President Trump’s administration can, in fact, withhold federal funds from sanctuary jurisdictions that insist on shielding criminal illegal aliens from arrest and deportation. More>>
SiriusXM Patriot, in coordination with Breitbart News, will premiere a limited four-part series titled, “Disorder at the Border,” which chronicles the day-to-day experiences of United States Border Patrol agents. More>>
A group of gunmen shot a radio personality outside her home in Ciudad Juarez, which abuts El Paso, Texas. The murder marks the second for a journalist in Mexico in 2020. Last year, the country suffered 11 similar homicides with most of the cases still unsolved.
The murder took place Tuesday evening in the Barreal neighborhood, the Crimes Against Women Unit of the Chihuahua Attorney General’s Office revealed. According to authorities, 37-year-old Aracely Alcocer Carmona, better known by her radio name “Barbara Greco,” was standing outside of her home with her father when a group of unknown gunmen shot her. More>>